TH-P01-041-interactive - Effects of psychological and social work factors on multisite pain: the role of sleep problems as mediator

Track:
Work stressors
What:
Interactive Poster Presentation
When:
1 hour 30 minutes
Where:
O'Brien Foyer
Discussion:
0
 
Employee stress and burnout
Work stressors
TH-P01-041-interactive
Effects of psychological and social work factors on multisite pain: the role of sleep problems as mediator
J. Vleeshouwers*
 
 
Content: Relations between psychological/social work factors and sleep problems have long been acknowledged. So has teh relationships between these work factors and multisite pain. I a recent study we suggested sleep problems may mediate the relationship between work-family dissonance and work related support on back pain, neck pain, and headache. In the current study we will investigate whether sleep problems may mediate the relationship between a large number of psychological and social work fatcors, including quantitative demands, job control, role clarity, and leadership, and multisite pain outcomes. The study will incorporate a three-wave full panel design. Data are collected on organizational level among 63 Norwegian companies, and comprises participants from a wide range of occupations. Structural equation modelling will be implemented to establish direct and indirect effects.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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