Seventh International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders PREMUS 2010
The Local Organizing Committee thanks all the participants for their excellent contributions.
Over the four days of the conference, PREMUS 2010 has bring together about 650 scientists, students, practitioners in occupational health and safety, ergonomists, industrial engineers and policymakers, with the express intent of promoting cross-disciplinary, trans-disciplinary, and translational research into the aetiology and prevention of work-related MSDs.
PREMUS 2010 has over 370 presenters from 37 countries and five continents providing the foundation for an exciting conference. The program includes seven keynote discussions of state-of-the-art issues in work-related musculoskeletal research and intervention, and 22 symposium sessions organized by participating researchers and practitioners. There are 25 other parallel sessions with podium presentations and poster sessions each day. Several abstracts have been submitted by new researchers and students, and this demonstrates the vitality of the research on work-related musculoskeletal disorders around the world.
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Congratulations to the winners of the 2010 of the competition for the best paper to be presented at PREMUS 2010!
The Scandinavian Journal of Work Environment & Health
has sponsored the competition. In addition to receiving a cash prize, the winning papers have been considered for publication as a theme in the Journal. A few additional authors has been invited to submit their papers to the Journal for publication
Carisa Harris - First prize:
'Workplace and Individual Factors in Wrist tendinosis in blue collar workers: The San Francisco Study'. Harris C., Eisen E., Goldberg R., Krause N., Rempel D.
Jean-Baptiste Fassier - Second prize:
'Implementing return to work interventions for workers with low back pain - a conceptual framework to identify barriers and facilitators'. Fassier J.B., Durand M.J.
And Loisel P.
William Shaw - Third prize:
'Development of the return-to-work self-efficacy (rtwse) questionnaire: psychometric properties and predictive validity'. Shaw W.S., Linton S.J., Huang Y.H. and Pransky G.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2010 Best Poster Award!
'Changes in ergonomic exposures of nursing assistants following a no-lift program in nursing homes. Kurowski A., Boyer J., Fulmer S.,
'Eighth International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal
Disorders (PREMUS), July 2013, Busan, Korea'
Organizing committee: Dong Mug KANG, Busan National University, Busan, Korea
We will very pleased to see each other again in Busan, Korea, in July 2013!
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