When I’m not interviewing a researcher or working on an article for Safety+Health, I love seeing what other writers are exploring in the area of workplace safety and health. Here are a few articles that have caught my eye recently:
This month, researchers from Ohio State University and the University of Louisville received a three-year, $870,000 grant from NIOSH to develop a virtual simulation training program for home health care workers.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, hearing damage and loss of limbs have emerged as some of the defining injuries of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. A new study adds spinal trauma to the list.
Who hasn’t felt emotionally and physically exhausted after routinely putting in extra hours or taking on extra work? Some recent studies offer insight into one factor behind overworking and the potential negative impact of long hours.