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occupational mortality

Occupational status and all-cause mortality A study with health insurance data from Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Occupational and environmental cancer incidence and mortality in China

A cohort study to estimate occupational mortality risks in Navarra

First Analysis of Mortality and Occupational Radiation Exposure based on the National Dose Registry of Canada

Occupational Magnetic Field Exposure and Cardiovascular Mortality in a Cohort of Electric Utility Workers

Occupational Exposure to Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields and Mortality from Cardiovascular Disease

Analysis of Occupational Asbestos Exposure and Lung Cancer Mortality Using the G Formula

Inequalities in male mortality by occupational class, perceived status and education in Russia, 1994–2006

Influence of Occupational Accidents and Deaths Related to Lifestyle on Mortality among Merchant Seafarers

Trends in occupational mortality among middle-aged men in Sweden 1961-1990.

Occupational female breast and reproductive cancer mortality in British Columbia, Canada, 1950–94

Postservice Mortality of US Air Force Veterans Occupationally Exposed to Herbicides in Vietnam: 15-Year Follow-up

The Combined Relationship of Occupational and Leisure-Time Physical Activity With All-Cause Mortality Among Men, Accounting for Physical Fitness

Increased Mortality Risk for Workers With a Compensated, Permanent Occupational Disability of the Upper or Lower Extremities: A 21-Year Follow-up Study

Strategies for Using the National Death Index and the Social Security Administration for Death Ascertainment in Large Occupational Cohort Mortality Studies

Does Sickness Absence Due to Psychiatric Disorder Predict Cause-specific Mortality? A 16-Year Follow-up of the GAZEL Occupational Cohort Study

Occupational risk factors for mortality from stomach and lung cancer among rubber workers: an analysis using internal controls and refined exposure assessment.

 

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Rates and causes of death in relation to different jobs, occupational and socioeconomic groups, or social class. Because some occupations have older incumbents than others (e.g. judges) allowance for age bias is made by comparing either standardized mortality ratios for those aged 15–64 years or related but less familiar indices, such as comparative mortality figures or proportional mortality ratios.

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