Explore the latest in occupational health from The JAMA Network, including recent advances in understanding employee and worker exposures and long-term health.
This Viewpoint examines racial bias in the health care workplace.
This Viewpoint discusses the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education changes in resident duty hour requirements from the perspective of residency program directors.
This population epidemiology study estimates county-level patterns in mortality rates for chronic respiratory diseases in the United States from 1980 through 2014.
This case series examines 18 employees of a company that produced herbal medicines who experienced unusual pruritic dermatitis.
This cross-sectional survey study evaluates perceived discrimination experienced by physician mothers and desired workplace changes.
This study examines physician burnout using data from American Board of Family Medicine application questionaires.
This systematic review and meta-analysis evaluates the effectiveness of controlled interventions to reduce burnout in physicians.
This Viewpoint explains the importance of ergonomics education in dermatology and dermatologic surgery to prevent muscoloskeletal injuries.
This JAMA Performance Improvement article uses the case of an on-duty nurse attacked by a patient to discuss how to treat potentially violent patients while ensuring the safety of health care personnel.
This study characterizes the chemical composition and ultrafine particle content of the plume generated during laser hair removal.
This Viewpoint examines employers’ use of wellness program analytics to predict pregnancy.
This study assesses working status and productivity change in the first 3 years following surgery for severe obesity.
This population epidemiology study uses Nationwide Emergency Department Sample data to describe rates of chemical burns to the eye in the United States in 2015 and 2016, and associated risk factors and costs.