Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cohort study, Gerontology, Demography, Public health and Prospective cohort study. The concepts of her Cohort study study are interwoven with issues in Sleep in non-human animals, Psychiatry, Cohort and Risk factor. Her Risk factor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Absolute risk reduction, Relative risk, Publication bias, Myocardial infarction and Hazard ratio.
Her work deals with themes such as Body mass index, Whitehall Study, Psychosocial, Job strain and Social support, which intersect with Gerontology. Her Demography research includes elements of Permanent employment, Socioeconomic status, Absenteeism and Confidence interval. Jane E. Ferrie combines subjects such as Job security, Epidemiology, Self-rated health, Mental health and Unemployment with her study of Public health.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gerontology, Cohort study, Demography, Risk factor and Prospective cohort study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Odds ratio, Job strain, Public health, Socioeconomic status and Cohort in addition to Gerontology. Her Cohort study research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mental health, Psychiatry, Epidemiology and Hazard ratio.
Her work in Demography covers topics such as Body mass index which are related to areas like Obesity. Her Risk factor study incorporates themes from Surgery, Relative risk, Lower risk, Dementia and Publication bias. Her Prospective cohort study research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Blood pressure, Metabolic syndrome, Physical therapy, Pediatrics and Confounding.
Jane E. Ferrie mainly investigates Cohort study, Risk factor, Gerontology, Job strain and Demography. The various areas that Jane E. Ferrie examines in her Cohort study study include Odds ratio, Obesity, Hazard ratio, Prospective cohort study and Occupational safety and health. Her Risk factor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Relative risk and Dementia, Disease.
Her Gerontology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as All cause mortality. As a part of the same scientific family, Jane E. Ferrie mostly works in the field of Job strain, focusing on Meta-analysis and, on occasion, Epidemiology, Psychosocial and Geriatrics. Her research investigates the connection between Demography and topics such as Absolute risk reduction that intersect with issues in Myocardial infarction.
Her primary areas of investigation include Cohort study, Risk factor, Gerontology, Job strain and Relative risk. Her studies in Cohort study integrate themes in fields like Odds ratio, Prospective cohort study and Obesity. Her research in Prospective cohort study focuses on subjects like Cohort, which are connected to Physical therapy and Confidence interval.
Her Risk factor research incorporates elements of Socioeconomic status and Occupational safety and health. As a member of one scientific family, Jane E. Ferrie mostly works in the field of Job strain, focusing on Meta-analysis and, on occasion, Heart disease, Geriatrics, Dementia and Depression. Her Relative risk research incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Demography and Clinical psychology.
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Job strain as a risk factor for coronary heart disease: a collaborative meta-analysis of individual participant data.
Mika Kivimäki;Mika Kivimäki;Mika Kivimäki;Solja T. Nyberg;G. David Batty;G. David Batty;Eleonor I. Fransson;Eleonor I. Fransson;Eleonor I. Fransson.
The Lancet (2012)
Effects of chronic job insecurity and change in job security on self reported health, minor psychiatric morbidity, physiological measures, and health related behaviours in British civil servants: the Whitehall II study
J E Ferrie;M J Shipley;S A Stansfeld;M G Marmot.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2002)
Dietary pattern and depressive symptoms in middle age
Tasnime N. Akbaraly;Eric J. Brunner;Jane E. Ferrie;Michael G. Marmot.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2009)
Factors underlying the effect of organisational downsizing on health of employees: longitudinal cohort study
Mika Kivimäki;Jussi Vahtera;Jaana Pentti;Jane E Ferrie.
Sickness absence as a global measure of health: evidence from mortality in the Whitehall II prospective cohort study
Mika Kivimäki;Jenny Head;Jane E Ferrie;Martin J Shipley.
A Prospective Study of Change in Sleep Duration: Associations with Mortality in the Whitehall II Cohort
Jane E. Ferrie;Martin J. Shipley;Francesco P. Cappuccio;Eric Brunner.
Long working hours and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke : a systematic review and meta-analysis of published and unpublished data for 603 838 individuals
Mika Kivimäki;Mika Kivimäki;Markus Jokela;Solja T. Nyberg;Archana Singh-Manoux;Archana Singh-Manoux.
The Lancet (2015)
Associations of C-reactive protein and interleukin-6 with cognitive symptoms of depression: 12-year follow-up of the Whitehall II study.
D. Gimeno;M. Kivimäki;E. J. Brunner;M. Elovainio.
Psychological Medicine (2009)
What does self rated health measure? Results from the British Whitehall II and French Gazel cohort studies
Archana Singh-Manoux;Pekka Martikainen;Jane Ferrie;Marie Zins.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2006)
Gender-Specific Associations of Short Sleep Duration With Prevalent and Incident Hypertension: The Whitehall II Study
Francesco P. Cappuccio;Saverio Stranges;Ngianga-Bakwin Kandala;Michelle A. Miller.
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