Published outside the Kela series

This page lists details of English-language publications by our researchers which have been published outside our own series in 2019. The publications are listed alphabetically according to the author's name.

Blomgren Jenni, Jäppinen Sauli, Pekkala Johanna, Rahkonen Ossi. Socioeconomic differences in paid sickness allowances in Finland. Abstract. European Journal of Public Health 2019; 29 (S4): 128.

Elfving Pia, Kautiainen Hannu, Virta Lauri, Kaipiainen-Seppänen Oili, Puolakka Kari. Mortality in SLE patients compared to population controls in Finland in years 2000–2015. Poster presentation at the Annual European Congress of Rheumatology EULAR 2019, Madrid, 14.6.2019. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 2019; 78: 796.

Helne Tuula. Being matters. A holistic conception of wellbeing in the shift towards strongly sustainable societies. In: Bonnedahl Karl Johan, Heikkurinen Pasi, eds. Strongly sustainable societies. Organising human activities on a hot and full earth. Abingdon: Routledge, Routledge Studies in Sustainability, 2019: 229–246.

Helne Tuula, Hirvilammi Tuuli. Having, Doing, Loving, Being: Sustainable well-being for a post-growth society. Julkaisussa: Chertkovskaya Ekaterina, Paulsson Alexander, Barca Stefania, toim. Towards a political economy of degrowth. London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019.

Karhula Maarit E, Tolvanen Asko, Hämäläinen Päivi I, Ruutiainen Juhani, Salminen Anna-Liisa, Era Pertti. Predictors of participation and autonomy in people with multiple sclerosis. American Journal of Occupational Therapy 2019; 73 (16): 1–10.

Kausto Johanna, Verbeek Jos H, Ruotsalainen Jani H, Halonen Jaana I, Virta Lauri, Kankaanpää Eila. Self-certification versus physician certification of sick leave for reducing sickness absence and associated costs. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2019; 5: CD013098.

Kouvonen Anne, Mänty Minna, Harkko Jaakko, et al. Effectiveness of internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy in reducing sickness absence among young employees with depressive symptoms. Study protocol for a large-scale pragmatic randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 2019; 9 (10): e032119.

Kristensen Kasper Bruun, Karlstad Øystein, Martikainen Jaana E et al. Nonaspirin nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug use in the Nordic countries from a cardiovascular risk perspective, 2000–2016. A drug utilization study. Pharmacotherapy 2019; 39 (2): 150–160.

Kronholm Erkki, Jousilahti Pekka, Laatikainen Tiina et al. Trajectories in hypnotic use and approaching death. A register linked case-control study. Sleep Medicine 2019; 57: 153–161.

Lallukka Tea, Kronholm Erkki, Pekkala Johanna, et al. Work participation trajectories in 1,098,748 Finns. Determinants and the incidence of sickness absence. Abstract. European Journal of Public Health 2019; 29 (S4): 128–129.

Lallukka Tea, Kronholm Erkki, Pekkala Johanna, et al. Work participation trajectories among 1,098,748 Finns. Reasons for premature labour market exit and the incidence of sickness absence due to mental disorders and musculoskeletal diseases. BMC public health 2019; 19 (1): 1418-019-7753-6.

Linna Miika, Vuoti Sauli, Silander Katariina ym. Impact of anti-dementia medication on the risk of death and causes of death in Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease 2019; 71 (4): 1297–1308.

Malham Mikkel, Jakobsen Christian, Paerregaard Anders, Virta Lauri, Kolho Kaija-Leena, Wewer Vibeke. The incidence of cancer and mortality in paediatric onset inflammatory bowel disease in Denmark and Finland during a 23-year period. A population-based study. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 2019; 50 (1): 33–39.

Muilu Paula, Rantalaiho Vappu, Kautiainen Hannu, Virta Lauri, Eriksson Johan Gunnar, Puolakka Kari. Increasing incidence and shifting profile of idiopathic inflammatory rheumatic diseases in adults during this millennium. Clinical Rheumatology 2019; 38 (2): 555–562.

Perhoniemi Riku, Blomgren Jenni, Laaksonen Mikko. Determinants of disability pension applications and awarded disability pensions in Finland, 2009 and 2014. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2019; [Epub ahead of print].

Perhoniemi Riku, Blomgren Jenni, Laaksonen Mikko. Sources of income following a rejected disability pension application. A sequence analysis study. Disability & Rehabilitation 2019; [Epub ahead of print].

Perhoniemi Riku, Blomgren Jenni, Laaksonen Mikko, Tuulio-Henriksson Annamari. Psychotropic drug purchases among Finnish disability pension applicants with mental disorders. Abstract. European Journal of Public Health 2019; 29 (S4): 592 .

Pirkola Sami, Nevalainen Jaakko, Laaksonen Mikko, ym. The importance of clinical and labour market histories in psychiatric disability retirement: analysis of the comprehensive Finnish national-level RETIRE data. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2019; online first.

Rebane Katariina, Aalto Kristiina, Haanpää Maija et al. Therapeutic approach in juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Emphasizing pain medication and newly initiated disease modifying antirheumatic drugs. Abstract at the Annual European Congress of Rheumatology EULAR 2019, Madrid, 15.6.2019. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 2019; 78: 1346.

Salminen Anna-Liisa, Heiskanen Tuija, Suomela-Markkanen Tiina. A multiform, group-based rehabilitation program for visually impaired young people to promote activity and participation. A pilot study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019; 16 (19). DOI: 10.3390/ijerph16193682.

Suur-Uski Johanna, Pekkala Johanna, Blomgren Jenni, Pietiläinen Olli, Rahkonen Ossi, Mänty Minna. Occupational class differences in long-term sickness absence due to breast cancer during 2005–2013. A population-based study among Finnish women. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019; 16: 3477.

Valkama Katja, Miettinen Sari, Koskinen Raija. People with ID in the middle of reforming the Finnish social and health care. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 2019; 63 (7): 724.

Valkama Katja, Miettinen Sari, Koskinen Raija. People with intellectual disabilities and smart welfare services. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 2019; 63 (7): 724.

Viikari-Juntura Eira, Leinonen Taina, Virta Lauri et al. Early part-time sick leave results in considerable savings in social security costs at national level. An analysis based on a quasi-experiment in Finland. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health 2019; 45 (2): 203–208.