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The impact of overtime and long work hours on occupational injuries and illnesses: new evidence from the United States
  1. A E Dembe1,
  2. J B Erickson2,
  3. R G Delbos2,
  4. S M Banks1
  1. 1University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA
  2. 2Environ Health Sciences Institute, USA
  1. Correspondence to:
 Associate Professor A Dembe
 Center for Health Policy & Research, University of Massachusetts Medical School, 222 Maple Avenue, Higgins Building, Shrewsbury, MA 01545, USA; Allard.Dembeumassmed.edu

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  • Competing interests: This study was based on secondary analysis of publicly available national survey data and did not involve any direct contact with human subjects. It received an exemption from the institutional review board at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The conduct of the study and preparation of this article has involved no competing interests for any of the authors.

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  • Competing interests: This study was based on secondary analysis of publicly available national survey data and did not involve any direct contact with human subjects. It received an exemption from the institutional review board at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The conduct of the study and preparation of this article has involved no competing interests for any of the authors.

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