Her Physical therapy study frequently links to other fields, such as Back injury. Her Back injury study frequently links to other fields, such as Physical therapy. She integrates several fields in her works, including Occupational safety and health and Injury prevention. Her study deals with a combination of Injury prevention and Epidemiology. Annalee Yassi incorporates Epidemiology and Occupational safety and health in her studies. The study of Pathology is intertwined with the study of Randomized controlled trial in a number of ways. Her Pathology research extends to the thematically linked field of Randomized controlled trial. Surgery is closely attributed to Shoulders in her study. Much of her study explores Shoulders relationship to Surgery.
Her Back injury study which covers Physical therapy that intersects with Rehabilitation. In her work, she performs multidisciplinary research in Rehabilitation and Physical therapy. Her study focuses on the intersection of Injury prevention and fields such as Poison control with connections in the field of Emergency medicine. Her Emergency medicine study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Poison control. She connects relevant research areas such as Population, Occupational exposure and Occupational medicine in the domain of Environmental health. In most of her Population studies, her work intersects topics such as Environmental health. She merges many fields, such as Occupational medicine and Occupational safety and health, in her writings. She integrates Occupational safety and health with Injury prevention in her research. She integrates many fields, such as Law, Public relations, Legislation, Politics and Social science, in her works.
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Basic Environmental Health
Annalee Yassi;Tord Kjellström;Theo de Kok;Tee Guidotti.
Repetitive strain injuries
The Lancet (1997)
Biomechanical analysis of peak and cumulative spinal loads during simulated patient-handling activities: a substudy of a randomized controlled trial to prevent lift and transfer injury of health care workers
D Daynard;A Yassi;J.E Cooper;R Tate.
Applied Ergonomics (2001)
A randomized controlled trial to prevent patient lift and transfer injuries of health care workers.
A Yassi;J E Cooper;R B Tate;S Gerlach.
Return-to-work: The importance of human interactions and organizational structures.
Margaret N. Friesen;Annalee Yassi;Juliette Cooper.
Work-a Journal of Prevention Assessment & Rehabilitation (2001)
Work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
Current Opinion in Rheumatology (2000)
The epidemiology of back injuries in nurses at a large Canadian tertiary care hospital: implications for prevention.
A Yassi;J Khokhar;R Tate;J Cooper.
Occupational Medicine (1995)
Early intervention for back-injured nurses at a large Canadian tertiary care hospital: an evaluation of the effectiveness and cost benefits of a two-year pilot project
A. Yassi;R. Tate;J.E. Cooper;C. Snow.
Occupational Medicine (1995)
All hands on deck: Transdisciplinary approaches to emerging infectious disease
Margot W. Parkes;Margot W. Parkes;Leslie Bienen;Jaime Breilh;Lee Nah Hsu.
The three-year economic benefits of a ceiling lift intervention aimed to reduce healthcare worker injuries.
Rahul Chhokar;Chris Engst;Aaron Miller;Dan Robinson.
Applied Ergonomics (2005)
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