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Perceived risk from occupational stress: a survey of 15 European countries
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    Perecived risk from stress is not objective risk from stress

    Dear Editor

    Gimeno, Amick, Benavides and Benach [1] raise a number of issues with a paper recently published in Occupational and Environmental Medicine.[2] It is important that researchers cross-examine others’ findings and conclusions, as well as explain and defend their own findings and conclusions, so that debate can proceed that is both informed and useful for policy and practice.

    In the original...

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  • Published on:
    Bias and caution
    • David Gimeno, Postdoctoral fellow
    • Other Contributors:
      • Benjamin C. Amick III, Fernando G. Benavides, and Joan Benach.

    Dear Editor

    A recent article by Daniels [1] in this journal presented occupational stress data from the 15 European Union (EU) countries.

    Cross- national comparisons contribute to our scientific understanding of how and why health-related indicators (i.e. stress) are unequally distributed across countries and provide clues and guidelines for researchers, policy makers and trade unions at the EU level. Howeve...

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