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Staffan Marklund

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Postadress : Institutionen för klinisk neurovetenskap (CNS), K8, Försäkringsmedicin Alexanderson, Berzelius Väg 3, Plan 6 171 77 Stockholm
Leveransadress : Berzelius Väg 3, Plan 6 171 77 Stockholm

Om mig

Jag blev filosofie kandidat 1970 i socialvetenskap vid Umeå universitet, och disputerade i Umeå i sociologi 1975. Jag vistades 1983 som gästforskare vid dels Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA, och dels vid University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA. Under 1986-1987 var jag gästforskare vid University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australien.

Åren 1984-1988 hade jag en docenttjänst i socialpolitik vid Delegationen för social forskning (nuvarande FAS), Stockholm. Jag var åren 1989-1999 professor i sociologi och socialpolitik vid Umeå universitet och 1991-1992 gästprofessor vid York University, Toronto, Kanada.

Jag arbetade åren 1999-2007 som professor i arbetshälsovetenskap vid dåvarande Arbetslivsinstitutet. Mellan 1999 och 2007 var jag redaktör för tidskriften Arbete och Hälsa och är sedan 2003 ledamot av Stockholms regionala forskningsetiska kommitté.

Jag utnämndes den 1 maj 2008 till professor i arbetshälsovetenskap vid Karolinska Institutet och är sedan 2015 professor emeritus.

Forskningsbeskrivning

Jag studerar framförallt socialförsäkringen samt sjukfrånvarons orsaker och konsekvenser, bland annat betydelsen av olika faktorer i arbetslivet och arbetsmiljön för sjukfrånvaro respektive för att dessa perioder har blivit längre

Dokument

Publikationer

Association between adjustment latitude and sickness presence - A panel study of Swedish employees
Johansson G, Gustafsson K, Marklund S
International journal of occupational medicine and environmental health 2015;28(3):507-18

Interaction Effects of Social Isolation and Peripheral Work Position on Risk of Disability Pension: A Prospective Study of Swedish Women and Men
Gustafsson K, Marklund S, Aronsson G, Wikman A, Floderus B
PloS one 2015;10(6):e0130361-

Previous sickness presence among long-term sick-listed in Norway and Sweden: A retrospective study of prevalence and self-reported reasons
Marklund S, Aronsson G, Johansen V, Solheim Lj
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WELFARE 2015;24(4):376-387

The actions of the social insurance agency regarding long-term sickness absentees before and after a medical assessment--a study of 384 case files
Marklund S, Lundh G, Gustafsson K, Linder J, Svedberg P, Alexanderson K
Disability and rehabilitation 2015;37(18):1683-91

Associations between health and combinations of sickness presence and absence
Gustafsson K, Marklund S
Occupational medicine (Oxford, England) 2014;64(1):49-55

Associations between prognosed future work capacity among long-term sickness absentees and their actual work incapacity two years later
Lundh G, Gustafsson K, Linder J, Svedberg P, Alexanderson K, Marklund S
Work (Reading, Mass.) 2014;49(2):245-55

Peripheral labour market position and risk of disability pension: a prospective population-based study
Gustafsson K, Aronsson G, Marklund S, Wikman A, Floderus B
BMJ open 2014;4(8):e005230-

Positive and negative reasons for sickness presenteeism in Norway and Sweden: a cross-sectional survey
Johansen V, Aronsson G, Marklund S
BMJ open 2014;4(2):e004123-

Social integration, socioeconomic conditions and type of ill health preceding disability pension in young women: a Swedish population-based study
Gustafsson K, Aronsson G, Marklund S, Wikman A, Hagman M, Floderus B
International journal of behavioral medicine 2014;21(1):77-87

Does social isolation and low societal participation predict disability pension? A population based study
Gustafsson K, Aronsson G, Marklund S, Wikman A, Floderus B
PloS one 2013;8(11):e80655-

Psychological factors are related to return to work among long-term sickness absentees who have undergone a multidisciplinary medical assessment
Gustafsson K, Lundh G, Svedberg P, Linder J, Alexanderson K, Marklund S
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 2013;45(2):186-91

Activities and sources of income after a period of long-term sick leave--a population-based prospective cohort study
Wikman A, Wiberg M, Marklund S, Alexanderson K
BMC public health 2012;12():745-

Disability pension among young women in Sweden, with special emphasis on family structure: a dynamic cohort study
Floderus B, Hagman M, Aronsson G, Gustafsson K, Marklund S, Wikman A
BMJ open 2012;2(3):-

Is gender policy related to the gender gap in external cause and circulatory disease mortality? A mixed effects model of 22 OECD countries 1973-2008
Backhans M, Burström B, De Leon Ap, Marklund S
BMC public health 2012;12():969-

Medically certified sickness absence with insurance benefits in women with and without children
Floderus B, Hagman M, Aronsson G, Marklund S, Wikman A
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 2012;22(1):85-92

CONSEQUENCES OF SICKNESS PRESENCE AND SICKNESS ABSENCE ON HEALTH AND WORK ABILITY: A SWEDISH PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
Gustafsson K, Marklund S
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 2011;24(2):153-65

Disability, sickness, and unemployment benefits among long-term sickness absentees five years before, during, and after a multidisciplinary medical assessment
Gustafsson K, Lundh G, Svedberg P, Linder J, Alexanderson K, Marklund S
Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare 2011;4():25-31

GENDER POLICY DEVELOPMENTS AND POLICY REGIMES IN 22 OECD COUNTRIES, 1979-2008
Backhans Mc, Burstrom B, Marklund S
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH SERVICES 2011;41(4):595-623

Trends in long-term sickness absence in Sweden 1992-2008: the role of economic conditions, legislation, demography, work environment and alcohol consumption
Lidwall U, Marklund S
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WELFARE 2011;20(2):167-179

Workplace interventions for neck pain in workers
Aas Rw, Tuntland H, Holte Ka, Roe C, Lund T, Marklund S, et al
COCHRANE DATABASE OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS 2011;:CD008160-

Work-family interference and long-term sickness absence: a longitudinal cohort study
Lidwall U, Marklund S, Voss M
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 2010;20(6):676-81

LONG-TERM SICKNESS ABSENCE: CHANGES IN RISK FACTORS AND THE POPULATION AT RISK
Lidwall U, Bergendorff S, Voss M, Marklund S
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 2009;22(2):157-68

Work status, work hours and health in women with and without children
Floderus B, Hagman M, Aronsson G, Marklund S, Wikman A
OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE 2009;66(10):704-10

Health and disability pension - An intersection of disease, psychosocial stress and gender. Long term follow up of persons with impairment of the loco motor system
Kaiser Po, Mattsson B, Marklund S, Wimo A
WORK-A JOURNAL OF PREVENTION ASSESSMENT & REHABILITATION 2008;31(2):209-19

Organizational impact on psychosocial working conditions
Bolin M, Marklund S, Bliese P
WORK-A JOURNAL OF PREVENTION ASSESSMENT & REHABILITATION 2008;30(4):451-9

Self-reported health in mothers: The impact of age, and socioeconomic conditions
Floderus B, Hagman M, Aronsson G, Marklund S, Wikman A
WOMEN & HEALTH 2008;47(2):63-86

The relationship between perceived employability and subsequent health
Berntson E, Marklund S
WORK AND STRESS 2007;21(3):279-292

Predicting perceived employability: Human capital or labour market opportunities?
Berntson E, Sverke M, Marklund S
ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY 2006;27(2):223-244

What is healthy work for women and men? - A case-control study of gender- and sector-specific effects of psycho-social working conditions on long-term sickness absence
Lidwall U, Marklund S
Work (Reading, Mass.) 2006;27(2):153-63

Illness, disease, and sickness absence: an empirical test of differences between concepts of ill health
Wikman A, Marklund S, Alexanderson K
JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH 2005;59(6):450-4

Sickness absence and early retirement at two workplaces - effects of organisational intervention in Sweden
Goine H, Knutsson A, Marklund S, Karlsson B
SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE 2004;58(1):99-108

The impact of psychosocial 'markers' on the outcome of rehabilitation
Kaiser Po, Mattsson B, Marklund S, Wimo A
DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2001;23(10):430-5

Must the welfare state diminish to survive? Postindustrial society and deregulation theory
Marklund S
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WELFARE 1996;5(3):135-142

FORCED TO WORK AND LIBERATED FROM WORK - A HISTORICAL-PERSPECTIVE ON WORK AND WELFARE IN SWEDEN
Lindqvist R, Marklund S
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WELFARE 1995;4(4):224-237

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