His main research concerns Gerontology, Demography, Public health, Injury prevention and Physical therapy. His study in Gerontology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Body mass index and Shift schedule. His Demography research focuses on subjects like Social support, which are linked to Moderation and Distress.
In his research on the topic of Public health, Health care, Socioeconomic status and Self-rated health is strongly related with Mental health. Peter M. Smith has researched Injury prevention in several fields, including Workers' compensation, Demographic economics and Human factors and ergonomics. His Physical therapy research integrates issues from Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Brief Pain Inventory, Quality of life and Reliability, Cronbach's alpha.
Peter M. Smith mainly investigates Injury prevention, Demography, Gerontology, Human factors and ergonomics and Workers' compensation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nursing, Physical therapy, Suicide prevention and Environmental health in addition to Injury prevention. His Environmental health study incorporates themes from Public health and Vulnerability.
His work deals with themes such as Logistic regression, Epidemiology, Hazard ratio, Confidence interval and Community health, which intersect with Demography. He usually deals with Gerontology and limits it to topics linked to Psychosocial and Social support, Job control, Clinical psychology and Odds. His work carried out in the field of Workers' compensation brings together such families of science as Rehabilitation, Health care, Health psychology, Mental health and Sick leave.
Mental health, Demography, Workers' compensation, Psychological intervention and Injury prevention are his primary areas of study. His research in Mental health intersects with topics in Cross-sectional study, Stressor, Clinical psychology and Anxiety. His studies deal with areas such as Logistic regression, Odds, Hazard ratio, Community health and Confounding as well as Demography.
His work in Logistic regression addresses subjects such as Exertion, which are connected to disciplines such as Gerontology. His research in Workers' compensation intersects with topics in Rehabilitation, Health psychology, Health care and Accreditation. He has included themes like Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics in his Injury prevention study.
Peter M. Smith mostly deals with Mental health, Health psychology, Demography, Workers' compensation and Anxiety. His Demography research incorporates elements of Hazard ratio, Confidence interval and Community health. His Confidence interval research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Working age, Incidence, Cohort study and Shift work.
His work deals with themes such as Justice, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Clinical psychology, which intersect with Workers' compensation. Peter M. Smith combines subjects such as Quantile regression and Human factors and ergonomics with his study of Injury prevention. His research in Anxiety focuses on subjects like Depression, which are connected to Cross-sectional study, Environmental health, Epidemiology and Health care.
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Workplace mental health: developing an integrated intervention approach
Anthony Daniel LaMontagne;Anthony Daniel LaMontagne;Angela Martin;Kathryn May Page;Kathryn May Page;Nicola J Reavley.
Age‐related differences in work injuries: A multivariate, population‐based study
F. Curtis Breslin;Peter Smith.
American Journal of Industrial Medicine (2005)
Trial by fire: a multivariate examination of the relation between job tenure and work injuries
F Breslin;Peter Smith.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2006)
Evaluation of the measurement properties of the Epworth sleepiness scale: A systematic review
Tetyana B. Kendzerska;Peter M. Smith;Peter M. Smith;Romina Brignardello-Petersen;Romina Brignardello-Petersen;Richard S. Leung;Richard S. Leung.
Sleep Medicine Reviews (2014)
The prevalence and incidence of work absenteeism involving neck pain: a cohort of Ontario lost-time claimants.
Pierre Côté;Vicki Kristman;Marjan Vidmar;Dwayne Van Eerd.
The prevalence of over-qualification and its association with health status among occupationally active new immigrants to Canada
Cynthia Chen;Peter Smith;Cameron Mustard.
Ethnicity & Health (2010)
Age related differences in work injuries and permanent impairment: a comparison of workers’ compensation claims among adolescents, young adults, and adults
C Breslin;M Koehoorn;P Smith;M Manno.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2003)
Measurement properties of the QuickDASH (disabilities of the arm, shoulder and hand) outcome measure and cross-cultural adaptations of the QuickDASH: a systematic review.
Carol Anne Kennedy;Carol Anne Kennedy;Dorcas Beaton;Dorcas Beaton;Peter Matthew Smith;Peter Matthew Smith;Dwayne van Eerd.
Quality of Life Research (2013)
Comparing the risk of work-related injuries between immigrants to Canada and Canadian-born labour market participants
Peter M. Smith;Cameron A. Mustard.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2009)
A multi-group cross-lagged analyses of work stressors and health using Canadian National sample
S Ibrahim;Peter Smith;C Muntaner.
Social Science & Medicine (2009)
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