Below you find the research that have been funded within the National Programme on Working Life Research in 2017. All links below lead to the Swecris database. The database enables you to search, compare and produce statistics for Swedish research projects.
Working Life Research 2017
61 million SEK has been allocated for the call to the period 2017-2019.
Immigrants’ legal status, integration and life course patterns in Sweden (In swedish)
Early labour market outcomes of young adults (YOUNGWORK)
How has Sweden´s recent education reforms affected the labor market for teachers and the youth labor market entry?
Inclusion measures targeting those far from the labour market
Labor market exclusion of ethnic minorities – the role of social networks
Sick leave among those in paid work aged above 65: cohort studies of the Swedish total population
Measuring physicians’ attitudes towards disability pension applicants with mental illnesses in Sweden: A vignette-based questionnaire
Back to work? Sick people´s experiences of Swedish sick insurance politics
Stronger together? A micro-history of collective action and working life in turn of the last century Sweden
Online medical records with patient access: How do they affect doctors´ practice, profession and patient relations?
Managing healthcare by numbers
Short inter-shift intervals and their effects on sleep, fatigue, performance and safety in the healthcare sector
Self-employment, precarious work and health inequality in Sweden
Bending the bars of the iron cage: Bureaucracy and the politics of administrative simplification
Exposure to welding fumes in Swedish workplaces and risk of lung cancer (WELDCANCER)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and occupational exposures classified by job exposure matrices (JEM) in 17 countries
The impact of shift and night work on the risk of myocardial infarction, hypertension, atrial fibrillation, stroke and diabetes. A cohort study among health care workers in Stockholm
Key business indicators as risk factors for occupational accidents in Sweden (KIROS)
Work related psychosocial exposure and development of diabetes
The importance of physical workload for the development of disorders, work ability and exit from working life for employees with musculoskeletal disorders – a 12-year follow-up
The effect of respirable dust on small airway lining fluid lipid composition
Granted applications within the call “Working Life Research 2017”