Journal Articles

  1. & The new junior doctors’ contract: an occupational health and safety perspective. Occupational Medicine 66(9), 686-688.
  2. & Investigating the factorial structure and availability of work time control in a representative sample of the Swedish working population. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 44(3), 320-328.
  3. & Systematic review of the relationship between quick returns in rotating shift work and health-related outcomes. Ergonomics 59(1), 1-14.
  4. & Work time control, sleep & accident risk: A prospective cohort study. Chronobiology International, 1-11.
  5. & Quick returns and night work as predictors of sleep quality, fatigue, work–family balance and satisfaction with work hours. Chronobiology International 33(6), 759-767.
  6. & Chronic effects of shift work on cognition: findings from the VISAT longitudinal study. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 72(4), 258-264.
  7. & The impact of work time control on physicians' sleep and well-being. Applied Ergonomics 47, 109-116.
  8. & Author response to “Time of day of cognitive tests might distort shift-work study results”. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 72(5), 382-382.
  9. & Work Time Control and Sleep Disturbances: Prospective Cohort Study of Finnish Public Sector Employees. SLEEP
  10. & The tiring anaesthetist. Anaesthesia 69(1), 6-9.
  11. & Alexithymia and Burnout in Nursing Students. Journal of Nursing Education 52(11), 627-633.
  12. & Systematic review on the association between employee worktime control and work–non-work balance, health and well-being, and job-related outcomes. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health
  13. & Effects of Age, Gender, and Retirement on Perceived Sleep Problems: Results from the VISAT Combined Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Study. SLEEP 35(8), 1115-1121.
  14. & Shiftwork and Metabolic Dysfunction. Chronobiology International 29(5), 549-555.
  15. & The Effects of Age and Shiftwork on Perceived Sleep Problems. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 53(7), 794-798.
  16. What constitutes an unsafe work schedule?. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health 37(3), 169-172.
  17. & The impact of shift patterns on junior doctors' perceptions of fatigue, training, work/life balance and the role of social support. Quality and Safety in Health Care 19(6), 1-4.
  18. & Review of studies that have used the Standard Shiftwork Index: Evidence for the underlying model of shiftwork and health. Applied Ergonomics 39(5), 550-564.
  19. & The impact of free-time activities on sleep, recovery and well-being. Applied Ergonomics 39(5), 653-662.
  20. & Moderators of the Relationship Between Long Work Hours and Health.. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 10(4), 465-476.
  21. & Shift work, safety and productivity. Occupational Medicine 53(2), 95-101.
  22. The impact of rest breaks upon accident risk, fatigue and performance: A review. Work & Stress 17(2), 123-137.

Book Chapters

  1. & Recovery from demanding work hours. In Maria C.W. Peeters, Jan de Jong, Toon Taris (Ed.), An introduction to contemporary work psychology. (pp. 196-219). Wiley Blackwell.

Conference Contributions

  1. & (2017). Nurses' strategies for managing sleep when starting shift work – implications for interventions targeting sleep behaviours in a shift work population. Presented at Sleep Medicine,, e73 doi:10.1016/j.sleep.2017.11.209
  2. & (2017). Shiftwork and the use of prescription medication for sleep, anxiety and depression: a prospective cohort study. Presented at Sleep Medicine,, e330 doi:10.1016/j.sleep.2017.11.968