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  • Emina Hadzibajramovic

    Prominent publications by Emina Hadzibajramovic

    KOL Index score: 10972

    OBJECTIVE: This study analyzes longitudinal associations between self-reported leisure-time physical activity (PA) and perceived stress, burnout and symptoms of depression and anxiety.

    METHOD: Cohort data collected in 2004 and 2006 from health care and social insurance workers in western Sweden (2694 women; 420 men) were analyzed. Cox regression was conducted to examine associations between baseline levels of PA and mental health (MH) problems 2 years later.

    RESULTS: Cross-sectional ...

    Also Ranks for: Mental Health |  depression anxiety |  burnout symptoms |  physical activity |  lpa mvpa
    KOL Index score: 10768

    OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the influence of perceived stress and musculoskeletal ache/pain, separately and in combination, at baseline, on self-rated work ability and work performance at two-year follow-up.

    METHODS: Survey data were collected with a 2-year interval. Health care workers participating at both waves were included. Inclusion criteria were good self-reported work ability and unchanged self-rated work performance at baseline, resulting in 770 participants; 617 women and 153 men. ...

    Also Ranks for: Perceived Stress |  musculoskeletal pain |  work ability |  psychological surveys |  follow studies
    KOL Index score: 10191

    BACKGROUND: Experiencing work-related stress constitutes an obvious risk for becoming sick-listed. In primary health care, no established method to early identify, advise and treat people with work-related stress exists. The aim was to evaluate if the use of the Work Stress Questionnaire (WSQ) brief intervention, including feedback from the general practitioner (GP), had an impact on the level of sickness absence.

    METHOD/DESIGN: In total 271 (intervention group, n = 132, control group, ...

    Also Ranks for: Sick Leave |  primary health |  early identification |  workrelated stress |  12 months
    KOL Index score: 8124

    AIM: This paper is a report of a cohort study of healthcare workers' work attendance, and its long-term consequences' on health, burnout, work ability and performance.

    BACKGROUND: Concepts and measures of work attendance have varied in the scientific literature. Attending work in spite of being sick can have serious consequences on health. There is little knowledge on which individual and work-related conditions that increase work attendance and the long-term impact on health and ...

    Also Ranks for: Healthcare Workers |  work attendance |  health performance |  sick leave |  social support
    KOL Index score: 7653

    ObjectiveThe aim of this study was to assess the construct and predictive validity of a new instrument for self-rating of stress-related Exhaustion Disorder (s-ED).MethodsPublic healthcare workers and social insurance officers, 85% females, were included (N = 2,683) in a longitudinal study. The s-ED instrument, based on clinical criteria for Exhaustion Disorder, was used at baseline to classify participants into three categories: non-s-ED, light/moderate s-ED and pronounced s-ED. Other ...

    Also Ranks for: Sickness Absence |  work ability |  reported exhaustion |  depression anxiety |  sick leave
    KOL Index score: 7538

    Socio-acoustic studies were conducted in residential areas in Sweden exposed to different levels of road traffic noise. The objectives were to evaluate exposure–effect relationships between road traffic noise and sleep quality and to compare sleep assessed by sleep logs and wrist-actigraphy for children and parents. The main study involved interviews with 160 children (9–12 years old) and 160 parents. Half of the families also participated in an in-depth study in which their sleep was ...

    Also Ranks for: Road Traffic Noise |  sleep quality |  children parents |  exposure relationship |  residential areas
    KOL Index score: 7423

    BackgroundA relevant, but overlooked question is if self-reported physical activity and aerobic fitness are differently related to mental health.PurposeTo examine the relation between mental health and level of self-reported physical activity (SRPA) and aerobic fitness (AF), and whether AF mediates the relation between SRPA and mental health.MethodsParticipating in the study were 177 voluntary subjects (49% men, 51% women) with a mean age of 39 years. Symptoms of depression and anxiety ...

    Also Ranks for: Mental Health |  physical activity |  aerobic fitness |  depression anxiety |  single item
    KOL Index score: 7347

    Burnout as a concept indicative of a work-related state of mental exhaustion is recognized around the globe. Numerous studies showed that burnout has negative consequences for both individuals and organizations but also for society at large, especially in welfare states where sickness absence and work incapacitation are covered by social funds. This underlines the importance of a valid and reliable tool that can be used to assess employee burnout levels. Although the Maslach Burnout ...

    Also Ranks for: Burnout Assessment Tool |  psychometric properties |  new measure |  questionnaires adult |  validity bat
    KOL Index score: 5456

    BACKGROUND AND AIM: Workplace Social Capital has been suggested as a useful concept when addressing organizational and social factors of the work environment. The overall aim of the present study is to establish and evaluate the construct validity of a measure of Workplace Social Capital based on the operationalization suggested in the third version of the Copenhagen Psychosocial questionnaire.

    METHODS: The present study is based on data collected as part of a validation and development ...

    Also Ranks for: Workplace Social Capital |  copsoq iii |  construct validity |  work environment |  psychosocial questionnaire
    KOL Index score: 4302

    BACKGROUND: In the last few years, so-called "common mental disorders", including adjustment disorder and stress-related exhaustion, have outrivalled musculoskeletal disorders as being the leading cause of long-term sick leave in Sweden. Cardiorespiratory fitness level defined as "the maximal amount of physiological work that an individual can do as measured by oxygen consumption" has in many studies shown to reduce the risk of several life-style related diseases and moreover to improve ...

    Also Ranks for: Cardiorespiratory Fitness |  physical activity |  longitudinal studies |  sleep disturbances |  depression anxiety
    KOL Index score: 3741

    BACKGROUND: Psychosocial stress at work has been recognised as one of the most important factors behind the increase in sick leave due to stress-related mental disorders. It is therefore important to be able to measure perceived work stress in a way that is both valid and reliable. It has been suggested that the Stress-Energy Questionnaire (SEQ) could be a useful tool for measuring mood (stress and energy) at work and it has been used in many Scandinavian studies. The aim of the study is ...

    Also Ranks for: Construct Validity |  stress energy |  female health |  psychometric properties |  rasch model
    KOL Index score: 3442

    Attention is a basic cognitive function necessary in most daily activities. Beneficial effects on cognitive abilities after exposure to nature have been reported. To explore if relaxation indoors and in nature differently affect directed attention and physiological measures, 51 participants (39 women) were measured on directed attention with the Necker Cube Pattern Control Test before and after a guided progressive relaxation session indoors and outdoors in nature. Additionally, systolic ...

    Also Ranks for: Directed Attention |  blood pressure |  heart rate |  relaxation intervention |  natural environments
    KOL Index score: 3013

    PurposeBurnout is a mental condition described as being a result of long-term stressors commonly related to psychosocial factors at work. The aim of the present study was to investigate longitudinal relationships between job demands, decision authority, effort and reward, and symptoms of burnout, as well as the joint effects of job demands and decision authority, and of effort and reward.MethodsThe data came from a four-wave longitudinal cohort study of Swedish health care workers. ...

    Also Ranks for: Effort Reward |  psychosocial factors |  longitudinal studies |  questionnaires sweden |  health personnel
    KOL Index score: 2918

    ProblemRegular physical activity (PA) can prevent sleep complaints and improve sleep among people with sleep disorders, whereas nocturnal shift work is linked with a higher risk of sleep problems. The present study examines the prospective contribution of PA and nocturnal shift work to the development of subjective sleep complaints.MethodsData is based on 1406 health care workers (M = 45.67 years, 88% women). Physical activity and sleep complaints were assessed via self-reports twice ...

    Also Ranks for: Sleep Complaints |  physical activity |  shift workers |  swedish health
    KOL Index score: 1888

    BACKGROUND: Psychosocial stress at work is one of the most important factors behind increasing sick-leave rates. In addition to work stressors, it is important to account for non-work-related stressors when assessing stress responses. In this study, a modified version of the Stress-Energy Questionnaire (SEQ), the SEQ during leisure time (SEQ-LT) was introduced for assessing the affective stress response during leisure time. The aim of this study was to investigate the internal construct ...

    Also Ranks for: Leisure Time |  stressenergy questionnaire |  low energy


    Emina Hadzibajramovic: Influence Statistics

    Sample of concepts for which Emina Hadzibajramovic is among the top experts in the world.
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    stressrelated exhaustion depression #2
    symptoms stressrelated exhaustion #2
    exhaustion disorder time #2
    stressrelated exhaustion time #2
    measured åstrand #2
    sweden cardiorespiratory fitness #2
    relaxation indoors nature #3
    relaxation indoors #3
    environmental physiological measures #3
    nature relaxation indoors #3
    resultsthe concurrent analysis #3
    time concurrent effects #3
    component stressrelated symptoms #3
    directed attention nature #3
    concurrent effects demands #3
    environmental directed attention #3
    natural environment environmental #3
    decision authority effort #3
    energy scale problems #4
    srpa mental #4
    stressenergy questionnaire population #4
    dif seq #4
    stressenergy questionnaire seq #4
    seqlt #4
    srpa mental health #4
    methodsparticipating #4
    stress energy scales #4
    seqlt rasch analysis #4
    srpa aerobic fitness #4
    leisuretime stress #4
    stress items model #4
    increasing sickleave rates #4
    model scale problems #4
    incentives sickness #4
    attendance balanced #4
    balanced work attendance #4
    selfreported symptoms burnout #4
    seq seqlt #4
    sickness attendance requirements #4
    seqlt aim #4
    work attendance health #4
    scale problems problems #4
    seq aim #4
    performance sickness attendance #4
    mental health srpa #4
    leisure time seqlt #4
    seq leisure #4
    symptoms exhaustion disorder #4
    scale seq #4
    stress scale seq #4

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    Emina Hadzibajramovic:Expert Impact

    Concepts for whichEmina Hadzibajramovichas direct influence:Workplace social capital,  Work performance,  Work attendance,  Directed attention,  Road traffic noise,  Mental health,  Work ability,  Sickness absence.

    Emina Hadzibajramovic:KOL impact

    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Emina Hadzibajramovic has influence:Physical activity,  Work ability,  Perceived stress,  Mental health,  Depressive symptoms,  Sick leave,  Traffic noise.



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    Institute of Stress Medicine, Region Västra Götaland, Gothenburg, Sweden. | Biostatistics, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, Institute of Medicine, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden. | Health Metrics, Department of Public