Professor of Occupational Health Engineering, School of Public Health. Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran. - No 41, Italy Avenue, Keshavarz Blvd, Tehran, IRAN. - firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com - +98-21-88997048 . Fax: +98-21-88950647
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Approval date: 2016, Nov, 30
Starting date: 2016, Dec, 22
Goals: 1. Determination of socioeconomic and socially-psychological factors affecting health in Tehran University of Medical Sciences. 2. Determining the status of social capital, lifestyle of the staff, occupational safety and health status of the workplaces, occupational stress, physical, mental, spiritual, and social and staff health status affecting health in the staff of Tehran University of Medical Sciences. 3. Determination of distribution (incidence and prevalence) of disorders and cardiovascular diseases, common cancers, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases, accidents and occupational diseases, immigration and mortality among staff of Tehran University of Medical Sciences.
Study population: Staff of Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Sampling method and sample size: A recall of all personnel who have direct employment with Tehran University of Medical Sciences. (Formal, contractual, contractual) Minimum sample size 6,000 and maximum 10,000 people over 3 years.
Data Collection:All staff information is included in the study program with the coordination of human resources of the university. After the recall and initial registration of the volunteers, data collection is done by attending the attendance at the center of the study.
Follow up Methods: The follow-up will be conducted on-the-spot in order to repeat the examinations of at least three and a maximum of five years. Interacting with participants through a designed app for the study will be done on a regular basis. * Follow-up Duration is estimated at 20 years.
Main Exposures: General information, Socioeconomic status, Occupational records and covered insurance, Clinical information, Reproductive history questions (women), Oral health, Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire (COPSOQ), Quality of Life, Social Capital Questionnaire, Conflict Questionnaire Work and Family, Kessler K10, Aggression Questionnaire (AGG), (CD-RISC 10), Suicidal Behavior and Behavioral Questionnaire (SC), Food Frequency Questionnaire, International Health Questionnaire, Blood Pressure, Blood and Urine Test, Anthropometry, Dynamometer, Body composition, spirometery, audiometry, optometry, electrocardiography, DASS-42, SAS smartphone addiction, ROSE Questionnaire
Outcomes: Occupational and non-occupational diseases. Including cardiovascular diseases, cancers and metabolic syndrome. * Death * Accidents * Migration