Ergonomics

Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety-4

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Pub. date
January 2001
Editors
Bittner, A.C., Champney, P.C.
Volume
4 of Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety
Price
US$146 / €132
ISBN print
978-1-58603-174-9
Subject
Ergonomics, Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology

Tussen Mens en Plek

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Pub. date
January 2001
Editors
Wijk, M., Luten, I.
Price
US$28 / €23
ISBN print
978-90-407-2222-6
Subject
Ergonomics

Isometric and isoinertial force exertion in product handling

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Pub. date
January 2000
Author
Voorbij, A.I.M.
Volume
6 of Physical Ergonomics Series
Price
US$39 / €32
ISBN print
978-90-407-2064-2
Subject
Ergonomics, Physics

Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety

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Pub. date
January 1999
Editor
Lee, G.C.H.
Volume
3 of Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety
Price
US$152 / €138
ISBN print
978-90-5199-486-5
Subject
Ergonomics, Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology

Aging in Europe

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Pub. date
January 1999
Editors
Schroots, J.J.F., Fernández-Ballesteros, R., Rudinger, G.
Volume
17 of Biomedical and Health Research
Price
US$138 / €125
ISBN print
978-90-5199-382-0
Subject
Ergonomics, Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology

Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety

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Pub. date
January 1998
Editor
Kumar, S.
Volume
2 of Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety
Price
US$164 / €149
ISBN print
978-90-5199-393-6
Subject
Ergonomics, Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology

Gerontechnology

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Pub. date
January 1997
Editors
Graafmans, J., Taipale, V., Charness, N.
Volume
48 of Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Price
US$131 / €119
ISBN print
978-90-5199-367-7
Subject
Ergonomics, Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology

Gerontechnology

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Pub. date
January 1992
Editors
Bouma, H., Graafmans, J.
Volume
3 of Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Price
US$116 / €105
ISBN print
978-90-5199-072-0
Subject
Ergonomics, Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology

Documenting and Decoding the Dynamics Between Work and Pain

February 25, 2019 - Amsterdam, NL – Workers suffering from chronic pain takes an immense toll on both employees and employers. Whether the pain that individuals experience is physical or psychological, constant or intermittent, or caused by work conditions or brought to the job, its effect on their productivity and wellbeing is a huge problem. Not surprisingly, work and pain are the subjects of a growing body of research, as technological advances transform healthcare at the same time as they created new challenges.