COVID-19 - articles published in WORK

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The COVID-19 crisis is affecting many lives, and also research initiatives. IOS Press acknowledges the contributions of medical professionals, researchers, and first responders who are on the frontlines of the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. We also appreciate the time and efforts of our editors, authors, and reviewers during this difficult time. All COVID-19 content published in IOS Press journals is openly available.

 

WORK COVID-19 Content / Articles Openly Available

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Recommendations for working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic (and beyond)
by Sandra Lopez-Leon, et al.

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The most cited and co-cited COVID-19 articles: Knowledge base for rehabilitation team members
by Rafet Irmak

WORK | Letter (Openly Available)
Modification of existing occupational therapeutic protocols in response to new normal life after COVID-19
by Sahar Soheili, et al.

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Systematic infection control in Greek physiotherapy practices during the COVID-19 pandemic
by Eleftherios Paraskevopoulos and Maria Papandreou

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Risk of COVID-19 infection in workplace settings and the use of personal protective equipment
by Leila Omidi, et al.

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Research on reducing burnout in health care workers in critical situations such as the COVID-19 outbreak
by Mohammad Babamiri, et al.

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Home-based exercises during the COVID-19 quarantine situation for office workers: A commentary
by Ardalan Shariat, et al.

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Practical, rapid, and cost-efficient interior architectural precautions for prevention of COVID-19 in the workplace
by Gurkan Ozenen

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Home-based fundamental approach to alleviate low back pain using myofascial release, stretching, and spinal strengthening during the COVID-19 pandemic
by Ardalan Shariat, et al.

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Individual, interpersonal and economic challenges of underemployment in the wake of COVID-19
by Manjeet Kaur, et al.

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A “new normal” following COVID-19 and the economic crisis: Using systems thinking to identify challenges and opportunities in disability, telework, and rehabilitation
by Tiago S. Jesus, et al.

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Research on the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic on work stress of returning workers in china: a study based on empirical analyses of industrial enterprises
by Qiang Yang, et al.

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Let’s get back to work: Preventive biological cycle management of COVID-19 in the workplace
by Mehdi Jahangiri, et al.

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A review of studies on the COVID-19 epidemic crisis disease with a preventive approach
by Maryam Feiz Arefi and Mohsen Poursadeqiyan

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The role of Yoga in working from home during the COVID-19 global lockdown
by Kanupriya Sharma, et al.

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Novel stretching and strength-building exercise recommendations for computer-based workers during the COVID-19 quarantine
by Ardalan Shariat, et al.

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Rising incidence of musculoskeletal discomfort in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis
by Amirhossein Memari, et al.

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Potential benefits of yoga in pregnancy-related complications during the COVID-19 pandemic and implications for working women
by Pooja Nadholta, et al.

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Sedentary lifestyle among office workers and coronary heart disease risk factors due to the COVID-19 quarantine
by Mahboubeh Ghayour Najafabadi, et al.

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Knowledge and practice regarding prevention of COVID-19 among the Saudi Arabian population
by Ammar Ahmed Siddiqui, et al.

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Telehealth in school-based practice: Perceived viability to bridge global OT practitioner shortages prior to COVID-19 global health emergency
by Cynthia Abbott-Gaffney and Karen Jacobs

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Human factors and ergonomics in the context of COVID-19: Planning for concepts insertion in a productive systems discipline
by Rosley Anholon, et al.

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The health effects of quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic
by Maryam Feiz Arefi, et al.

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utting the world back to work: an expert system using big data and artificial intelligence in combating the spread of COVID-19 and similar contagious diseases
by Said Tkatek, et al.

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E-Learning perception and satisfaction among health sciences students amid the COVID-19 pandemic
by Maria S. Abbasi, et al.

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During COVID-19, which is more effective in work accident prevention behavior of healthcare professionals: Safety awareness or fatalism perception?
by Özgün Ünal

WORK | Case Report (Openly Available)
Ultrasonographic approach for a foot ganglion after sewing masks in COVID-19 pandemic: Blessing in disguise
by Laura Hrehová, et al.

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The effect of COVID-19 quarantine on physical and social parameters of physical education providers and youth sport coaches
by Sanaz Faraji, et al.

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Dilemma in the foreign lands during COVID-19: An outlook of expat health care professionals with a take on a social perspective
by Namdeo Prabhu and Rakhi Issrani

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Self-perceived competency of the medical faculty for E-Teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic
by Shaur Sarfaraz, et al.

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Seafarers’ well-being in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study
by Ana Slišković

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The hierarchy of preventive measures to protect workers against the COVID-19 pandemic: A review
by Fatemeh Dehghani, et al.