Project: The role of health problems and medication in accidental injury at work: A population-based case-control study using the General practice Research Database

Ongoing

This project was submitted on 23/01/2014

This project will carry out a detailed analysis on the relationship between health problems and risk of accidental injury at work. Using the General Practice Research Database, the study will explore the association of accidental injury with illness and prescribed medication. If found the associations will be characterised and risks assessed in terms of different time windows of exposure prior to injury. Any attributable proportion of injuries will also be assessed.

Ageing, Human factors & behavioural safety, Occupational health & wellbeing, Risk management
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Organisation: Southampton University

University
MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit
University Rd,
Southampton,
SO17 1BJ,
UK
023 8059 5000

Principal Investigator: Professor Keith Palmer

Other Researchers: Dr Clare Harris, Dr Cathy Linaker and Professor David Coggon

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