Peer-Reviewed Papers

Performing research that illuminates crucial issues affecting the health and safety of workers is central to our mission at Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health.

Our faculty and trainees publish roughly 80 peer-reviewed studies a year, spanning a wide breadth of research areas. Topics we study range from depression and suicidal ideation among law professionals to violence against emergency medical services responders to musculoskeletal disorders among railroad workers. Here are some of the recent papers we've published.  

Recent Publications


Ergonomics and Safety

Industrial Hygiene

Occupational Injury Prevention

Occupational Medicine

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