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  1. Biological markers of chronic musculoskeletal pain.
  2. The Association Between Self-Reported Cigarette Smoking and Spinal Pain is Not Explained by Serum Cotinine Levels
  3. Cross-cultural adaptation of Delphi definitions of low back pain prevalence in French (Delphi DOLBaPP-F)
  4. Quality of Diabetic Foot Ulcer Care: Evaluation of an Interdisciplinary Wound Care Clinic Using an Extended Donabedian Model Based on a Retrospective Cohort Study
  5. Shoulder Rotator Cuff Disorders: A Systematic Review of Clinical Practice Guidelines and Semantic Analyses of Recommendations
  6. Physical activity and disability in patients with noncardiac chest pain: a longitudinal cohort study
  7. Does Serum Vitamin D Concentration Modify the Association Between Arthritis and Cardiovascular Diseases in Both Sexes?
  8. Tools Appraisal of Organizational Factors Associated with Return-to-Work in Workers on Sick Leave Due to Musculoskeletal and Common Mental Disorders: A Systematic Search and Review
  9. Incidence of shoulder pain in 40 years old and over and associated factors: A systematic review
  10. Incidence of panic disorder in patients with non-cardiac chest pain and panic attacks
  11. Evaluation of the Quebec Healthy Enterprise Standard
  12. The Consensus on Exercise Reporting Template (CERT) applied to exercise interventions in musculoskeletal trials demonstrated good rater agreement and incomplete reporting
  13. The Revised-Panic Screening Score for emergency department patients with noncardiac chest pain.
  14. Work Absenteeism and Presenteeism Loss in Patients With Non-Cardiac Chest Pain
  15. Vitamin C is not the Missing Link Between Cigarette Smoking and Spinal Pain
  16. What are private sector physiotherapists’ perceptions regarding interprofessional and intraprofessional work for managing low back pain?
  17. Publishing the best basic and applied pain science: open science and PAIN
  18. Heart-focused anxiety and health care seeking in patients with non-cardiac chest pain: A prospective study
  19. Psychosocial work factors and social inequalities in psychological distress: a population-based study
  20. A closer look at the relationships between panic attacks, emergency department visits and non-cardiac chest pain
  21. Efficacy of workplace interventions for shoulder pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  22. Inter-Professional Practices of Private-Sector Physiotherapists for Low Back Pain Management: Who, How, and When?
  23. Workers’ characteristics associated with the type of healthcare provider first seen for occupational back pain
  24. Consensus on Exercise Reporting Template (CERT): Explanation and Elaboration Statement
  25. Determinants and predictors of absenteeism and return-to-work in workers with shoulder disorders
  26. Association Between the Type of First Healthcare Provider and the Duration of Financial Compensation for Occupational Back Pain
  27. Which Characteristics are Associated with the Timing of the First Healthcare Consultation, and Does the Time to Care Influence the Duration of Compensation for Occupational Back Pain?
  28. Serum vitamin C and spinal pain: a nationwide study
  29. Consensus on Exercise Reporting Template (CERT): Modified Delphi Study
  30. Physical Activity and Exercise Interventions in the Workplace Impacting Work Outcomes: A Stakeholder-Centered Best Evidence Synthesis of Systematic Reviews
  31. Efficacy of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for rotator cuff tendinopathy: a systematic review
  32. Efficacy of exercise therapy in workers with rotator cuff tendinopathy: a systematic review
  33. Mental Health Interventions in the Workplace and Work Outcomes: A Best-Evidence Synthesis of SystematicReviews
  34. Social Support and Supervisory Quality Interventions in the Workplace: A Stakeholder-Centered Best-Evidence Synthesis of Systematic Reviews on Work Outcomes
  35. A consensus definition and rating scale for minimalist shoes
  36. The efficacy of therapeutic ultrasound for rotator cuff tendinopathy: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  37. Chiropractors' Characteristics Associated With Physician Referrals: Results From a Survey of Canadian Doctors of Chiropractic
  38. Reliability, validity, and responsiveness of a Canadian French adaptation of the Western Ontario Rotator Cuff (WORC) index
  39. The Efficacy of Manual Therapy for Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
  40. Social position modifies the association between severe shoulder/arm and knee/leg pain, and quality of life after retirement
  41. Job Demand and Control Interventions: A Stakeholder-Centered Best-Evidence Synthesis of Systematic Reviews on Workplace Disability
  42. Psychometric properties of self-reported questionnaires for the evaluation of symptoms and functional limitations in individuals with rotator cuff disorders: a systematic review
  43. Diagnostic accuracy of ultrasonography, MRI and MR arthrography in the characterisation of rotator cuff disorders: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  44. Standardised method for reporting exercise programmes: protocol for a modified Delphi study
  45. Cross-cultural adaptation of the delphi definitions of low back pain prevalence (German DOLBaPP)
  46. Prediction of poor outcomes six months following total knee arthroplasty in patients awaiting surgery
  47. Interprofessional practices of physiotherapists working with adults with low back pain in Québec’s private sector: results of a qualitative study
  48. Efficacy of surgery for rotator cuff tendinopathy: a systematic review
  49. Physiotherapy practice in the private sector: organizational characteristics and models
  50. The efficacy of oral non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for rotator cuff tendinopathy: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  51. Cumulative Incidence of Functional Decline After Minor Injuries in Previously Independent Older Canadian Individuals in the Emergency Department
  52. A prospective cohort study to refine and validate thePanic Screening Scorefor identifying panic attacks associated with unexplained chest pain in the emergency department
  53. Determinants of pain, functional limitations and health-related quality of life six months after total knee arthroplasty: results from a prospective cohort study
  54. Effort-reward imbalance and video display unit postural risk factors interact in women on the incidence of musculoskeletal symptoms
  55. Obstacles to and Facilitators of Return to Work After Work-Disabling Back Pain: The Workers’ Perspective
  56. A standard measure of persistent bodily pain that is quick and easy to use, valid and stable over time
  57. Intervention Study on Psychosocial Work Factors and Mental Health and Musculoskeletal Outcomes
  58. Self-Efficacy and Health Locus of Control: Relationship to Occupational Disability Among Workers with Back Pain
  59. A validity-driven approach to the understanding of the personal and societal burden of low back pain: development of a conceptual and measurement model
  60. Five questions predicted long-term, severe, back-related functional limitations: evidence from three large prospective studies
  61. The impacts of pre-surgery wait for total knee replacement on pain, function and health-related quality of life six months after surgery
  62. Validation of an Adaptation of the Stress Process Model for Predicting Low Back Pain Related Long-term Disability Outcomes
  63. The burden of wait for knee replacement surgery: effects on pain, function and health-related quality of life at the time of surgery
  64. Waiting for total knee replacement surgery: factors associated with pain, stiffness, function and quality of life
  65. Regional Differences in Rehabilitation Needs, Rehabilitation Access, and Physical Outcomes Among Multiple Trauma Survivors
  66. Interaction between postural risk factors and job strain on self-reported musculoskeletal symptoms among users of video display units: a three-year prospective study
  67. Low-back-pain related disability: An integration of psychological risk factors into the stress process model
  68. Agreement between a self-administered questionnaire on musculoskeletal disorders of the neck-shoulder region and a physical examination
  69. Risk factors and prevention for spinal cord injury from diving in swimming pools and natural sites in Quebec, Canada: A 44-year study
  70. A Consensus Approach Toward the Standardization of Back Pain Definitions for Use in Prevalence Studies
  71. An interdisciplinary clinical practice model for the management of low-back pain in primary care: the CLIP project
  72. Predicting Discharge of Trauma Survivors to Rehabilitation
  73. An interdisciplinary guideline development process: the Clinic on Low-back pain in Interdisciplinary Practice (CLIP) low-back pain guidelines
  74. Does patient-physiotherapist agreement influence the outcome of low back pain? A prospective cohort study
  75. Determinants of “return to work in good health” among workers with back pain who consult in primary care settings: a 2-year prospective study
  76. Does back pain prevalence really decrease with increasing age? A systematic review
  77. Patient-Physiotherapist Agreement in Low Back Pain
  78. Training the Next Generation of Researchers in Work Disability Prevention: The Canadian Work Disability Prevention CIHR Strategic Training Program
  79. Psychological distress confirmed as predictor of long-term back-related functional limitations in primary care settings
  80. A clinical return-to-work rule for patients with back pain
  81. Prevalence of musculoskeletal pain and associated factors in the Quebec working population
  82. Back-Related Functional Limitations Among Full-Time Homemakers: A Comparison With Women Employed Full-Time Outside the Home
  83. Impact of transfer delays to rehabilitation in patients with severe trauma
  84. Psychosocial job factors and the one-year evolution of back-related functional limitations
  85. Scapular behavior in shoulder impingement syndrome
  86. Formal education and back pain: a review
  87. Validation d'un instrument de mesure pour évaluer l'accès à l'ordinateur chez les personnes ayant une déficience physique
  88. A Comparison of Pain, Functional Limitations, and Work Status Indices as Outcome Measures in Back Pain Research
  89. Predicting long-term functional limitations among back pain patients in primary care settings
  90. Formal Education and Back-Related Disability
  91. Length of stay in a comprehensive rehabilitation programme for chronic low-back pain and residual disability five years after discharge
  92. Coping with low-back pain: Remaining disabilities 5 years after multidisciplinary rehabilitation