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2018
Biswas, A., Smith P. M., and Gignac M. A. M. (2018).  Access to showers and change rooms at work associated with active commuting among older workers: Findings from a national population survey. Journal of Applied Gerontology, ePub ahead of print, Abstract
Dobson, K. G., Gilbert-Ouimet M., Mustard C. A., and Smith P. M. (2018).  Association between dimensions of the psychosocial and physical work environment and latent smoking trajectories: a 16-year cohort study of the Canadian workforce. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 75 (11), 814-821. Abstract
Dobson, K. G., Ibrahim S., Gilbert-Ouimet M., Mustard C. A., and Smith P. M. (2018).  Association between psychosocial work conditions and latent alcohol consumption trajectories among men and women over a 16-year period in a national Canadian sample. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 72 (2), 113-120. Abstract
Lanthier, S., Bielecky A., and Smith P. M. (2018).  Examining risk of workplace violence in Canada: A sex/gender-based analysis. Annals of Work Exposures and Health, 62 (8), 1012–1120. Abstract
Biswas, A., Smith P. M., and Gignac M. A. M. (2018).  Naturally occurring workplace facilities to increase the leisure time physical activity of workers: a propensity-score weighted population study. Preventive Medicine Reports, 10 (June), 263-270. Abstract
Fan, J. K., and Smith P. M. (2018).  Self-reported work conditions in Canada: examining changes between 2002 and 2012. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 109 (5-6), 882-890. Abstract
2015
Wong, I. S., Smith P. M., Mustard C. A., and Gignac M. A. M. (2015).  Health and occupational outcomes among injured, nonstandard shift workers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 57 (11), 1244-1249. Abstract
Bielecky, A., Chen C., Ibrahim S., Beaton D. E., Mustard C., and Smith P. M. (2015).  The impact of co-morbid mental and physical disorders on presenteeism. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, 41 (6), 554-564. Abstract