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About me

Post doctoral researcher and Resident Physician in Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

Education

PhD 2014, Lund University

MD 2014, Karolinska University Hospital

MD 2010, Linköping University

Research description

My main research focus is precarious employment conditions and health but also the importance of a sustainable working life. Precarious employment is a comprehensive term that captures several aspects of work including insufficient wages, vulnerability, lack of rights and temporary contracts. The increase in precarious work is a challenge that may seriously affect work environment and workers' health in many parts of the world, including Sweden. Limited information is available on the health effects associated with these type of working conditions and research data is scarce, which requires us to develop new methods and sampling strategies.

Project manager of Precarious Employment in Stockholm and its effects on health – Methodological development and implications for labor force surveys and register-based research PREMIS. The project is financed by FORTE and is a collaboration with researchers from Lund University, Universitat Pampeu Fabra in Barcelona and the department of public helath at KI. Read more about PREMIS by following this link.

Project manager of COARSE, a project where the aim is to examine the magnitude of under-reporting of occupational injuries in Swedish registers and the factors that can be linked to these differences. The second objective is to make better estimates of the most important risk factors for occupational accidents in Sweden. The expected results may have implications for future inspections and preventive measures. The project is financed by FORTE and involves researchers from University Massachusetts, the Occupational Health Surveillance Program of Massachusetts and the Department of Public Helath at KI.

Project coordinator of the WE Program, an intervention study among sugar cane workers in El Salvador preventing heat stress and chronic kidney disease of unknown causes. The project is financed by the Dutch National Postcode Lottery. 

Project coordinator of Sustainable Work 2020, an advocacy platform for Horizon 2020. Financed by Vinnova. Visit the project website to join the network. 

Teaching portfolio

I currently supervise a PhD student and several graduate students completing their masters thesis.

I also teach and supervise students on the medical program at KI and serve as mentor for two PhD students and four medical students.

Publications

Intervention to reduce heat stress and improve efficiency among sugarcane workers in El Salvador: Phase 1
Bodin T, García-trabanino R, Weiss I, Jarquín E, Glaser J, Jakobsson K, et al
Occupational and environmental medicine 2016;73(6):409-16

Precarious employment is a risk factor for poor mental health in young individuals in Sweden: a cohort study with multiple follow-ups
Canivet C, Bodin T, Emmelin M, Toivanen S, Moghaddassi M, Östergren Po
BMC public health 2016;16():687-

Road traffic noise, air pollution and myocardial infarction: a prospective cohort study
Bodin T, Björk J, Mattisson K, Bottai M, Rittner R, Gustavsson P, et al
International archives of occupational and environmental health 2016;89(5):793-802

Annoyance, Sleep and Concentration Problems due to Combined Traffic Noise and the Benefit of Quiet Side
Bodin T, Bjork J, Ardo J, Albin M
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH 2015;12(2):1612-28

Survey context and question wording affects self reported annoyance due to road traffic noise: a comparison between two cross-sectional studies
Bodin T, Bjork J, Ohrstrom E, Ardo J, Albin M
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 2012;:14-

Road traffic noise and hypertension: results from a cross-sectional public health survey in southern Sweden
Bodin T, Albin M, Ardo J, Stroh E, Ostergren Po, Bjork J
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 2009;:38-

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