RCTs of ergonomic interventions

Westgaard, Rolf H.
April 2010
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Apr2010, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p1
Academic Journal
The article reports on the criticisms against research that assess ergonomic interventions that aim to improve the musculosketal health of workers for having a poor quality.


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