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Workplace bullying and subsequent sleep problems – the Helsinki Health Study
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health
Objective The associations between workplace bullying and subsequent sleep problems are poorly understood. This study aims to address this evidence gap. Methods We used the Helsinki Health Study questionnaire survey data at baseline in 2000-2002 and follow-up in 2007 (N=7332). The 4-item Jenkins sleep questionnaire was used in both surveys. Two measures of workplace bullying asked whether the respondent had (i) reported being bullied and (ii) observed bullying. Logistic regression models weredoi:10.5271/sjweh.3137 pmid:21116599 fatcat:2fiohermmzau3hvpc2o3qitbpa