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Construction Workers Struggle with a High Occurrence of Mental Distress and this is Associated with Their Pain and Injuries

Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: September 2014 - Volume 56 - Issue 9 - p e80-e81
doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000254
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In the article by Jacobsen and Reme (J Occup Environ Med. 2013;55:1197–1204), Table 1 on page 1200 had several number errors. The total number of workers without mental distress is now changed from n = 139 to n = 144. The columns with education are now alternated (1, 9, 10, 4 vs 8, 66, 40, 25) because the category of participants was switched during publication, as was the case for complaints of musculoskeletal pain in the ankle/feet (11 vs 31).

TABLE 1-a
TABLE 1-a:
Sociodemographic, Health, and Work Characteristics of Construction Workers (n = 172) With and Without Substantial Mental Distress (HSCL ≥1.50) Collected From Four Greater New England Construction Sites, August 2012
TABLE 1-b
TABLE 1-b:
Sociodemographic, Health, and Work Characteristics of Construction Workers (n = 172) With and Without Substantial Mental Distress (HSCL ≥1.50) Collected From Four Greater New England Construction Sites, August 2012
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