About the Journal

La Medicina del Lavoro is a bimonthly magazine founded in 1901 by L. Devoto, and then directed by L. Preti, E. Vigliani, V. Foà, P.A. Bertazzi (Milan). Now directed by A. Mutti (Parma), it is the official Journal of the Italian Society of Occupational Medicine (SIML), aimed at training and updating all professionals dealing with occupational diseases.

Language: Englis
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L’impegno della SIML per l’aggiornamento e la formazione professionale durante la pandemia di COVID-19

La prolungata situazione emergenziale che ha messo a dura prova il nostro Paese, specie in alcune sue regioni, ha rappresentato anche per i Medici del Lavoro un terreno di impegno e innovazione rispetto ai contenuti tradizionali della professione, delineata nel sintetico inquadramento proposto dall’editoriale che apriva il numero 2 del vol. 111 di questa rivista (5). ....


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COVID-19 impact and vaccine effectiveness among healthcare workers of a large University Hospital in Lombardy, Italy

Marco Mendola, Fabio Tonelli, Francesca Stefania Garletti, Daniela Greco, Michela Fiscella, Isabella Cucchi, Maria Cristina Costa, Paolo Carrer
Abstract 13 |

Occupational hand dermatitis web survey in a university hospital during COVID-19 pandemic: the SHIELD study

Dr. Angela Rizzi, Riccardo Inchingolo, Dr. Marinella Viola, Dr. Luca Boldrini, Dott. Jacopo Lenkowicz, Dott. Franziska Michaela Lohmeyer, Francesco Maria De Simone, Prof. Domenico Staiti, Dr. Caterina Sarnari, Prof. Antonio Gasbarrini, Prof. Eleonora Nucera
Abstract 14 | PDF Downloads 1

Current Issue

Vol. 112 No. 3 (2021)

Published: 15-06-2021

Editorial

COVID-19: a further step forward in the long journey of Occupational Medicine

Antonio Mutti
Abstract 232 | PDF Downloads 123

Page 179-182

Commentaries, Perspectives, Insights

SARS-CoV-2 tests in occupational settings: what you look for is what you get

Luca Ferrari, Simona Nigro, Lorenzo Bordini, Michele Carugno, Valentina Bollati
Abstract 239 | PDF Downloads 38

Page 183-193

Exposure to glyphosate and risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma: an updated meta-analysis

Paolo Boffetta, Catalina Ciocan, Carlotta Zunarelli, Enrico Pira
Abstract 399 | PDF Downloads 191

Page 194-199

Original articles

How workers’ emotional dissonance explains the association between customers’ relations, burnout and health in an Italian supermarket chain

Michela Vignoli, Greta Mazzetti, Daniela Converso, Dina Guglielmi
Abstract 193 | PDF Downloads 63

Page 200-208

The role of colleague incivility in linking work-related stressors and job burnout. A cross-sectional study in a sample of faculty administrative employees

Sara Viotti, Chiara Guglielmetti, Silvia Gilardi, Gloria Guidetti
Abstract 178 | PDF Downloads 68

Page 209-218

Temporal trend in the compensation claim applications for work-related COVID-19 in Italy

Alessandro Marinaccio, Adelina Brusco, Andrea Bucciarelli, Silvia D'Amario, Sergio Iavicoli
Abstract 141 | PDF Downloads 81

Page 219-228

Work-family conflict during the Covid-19 pandemic: teleworking of administrative and technical staff in healthcare. An Italian study

Chiara Ghislieri, Monica Molino, Valentina Dolce, Domenico Sanseverino, Michele Presutti
Abstract 292 | PDF Downloads 157

Page 229-240

COVID-19 and post-traumatic stress disorder among nurses: a descriptive cross-sectional study in a COVID hospital

Ilaria Marcomini, Cristina Agus, Laura Milani, Roberto Sfogliarini, Annamaria Bona, Marco Castagna
Abstract 411 | PDF Downloads 173

Page 241-249

Short communication

Effectiveness of BNT162b2 vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 among healthcare workers

Emanuele Sansone, Emma Sala, Mara Tiraboschi, Elisa Albini, Massimo Lombardo, Annamaria Indelicato, Cristina Rosati, Maria Beatrice Boniotti, Francesco Castelli, Giuseppe De Palma
Abstract 429 | PDF Downloads 215

Page 250-255

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