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  • ...au/SiteCollectionDocuments/HW-PA-SittingLess-Adults.pdf Heart Foundation's Sitting Less for Adults] guide.</div> == Example studies linking sitting with chronic disease ==
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  • ...comfortably, maintaining the normal lordotic curve. The worker needs to be sitting at an angulation of 95-110 degrees. ...tion.Also the monitor must not be greater than 30 degrees below the seated workers eye level. The monitor needs to be positioned directly in front of the subj
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  • *Feet are pointing down, which means she can‟t get them flat if she is sitting. === Sitting with Carer ===
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  • ...e male white-collar workers were more likely to report TSP (17%) than male workers in other occupational categories * Upper grade female white-collar and professional workers were more likely to report TSP<ref>Fouquet N, Bodin J, Descatha A, Petit A,
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  • ...or muscles, tilting the pelvis, and can change how the person walks. See [[Sitting Ergonomics And The Impact on Low Back Pain]] [[File:Office worker.jpeg|alt=Desk workers|thumb|Desk workers ]]
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  • '''Movement:'''&nbsp;Large muscles for sitting, standing, walking, running. Small muscles for pointing, picking up things, ...ed Village Children – A guide for community health workers, rehabilitation workers,&nbsp;and families, David Werner, The Hesperian Foundation, Berkeley (1999)
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  • ...eek JH, Ijaz S, Hermans V, Pedisic Z. Workplace interventions for reducing sitting at work (Cochrane Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2018;(6) ...hancing our understanding of how we can improve functional capabilities of workers and develop cost effective interventions.<ref name=":0" />
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  • *Balance education in sitting and standing
 ...r of axillary crutches when patient can fully transfer and balance both in sitting and standing
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  • ...ck pain and its relationship with sitting behaviour among sedentary office workers.] Applied Ergonomics, 81, p.102894.</ref> ...procedures of an organisation. It also takes the effects of technology on workers, processes, and the greater organisation into consideration.
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  • ...Leary S, Johnston V. Workplace-based interventions for neck pain in office workers: systematic review and meta-analysis. Physical therapy. 2018 Jan 1;98(1):40 ...need for workplace interventions to reduce and prevent neck pain in office workers, as well as reduce costs and improve productivity.<ref name=":0" />
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  • === sitting on a chair, couch, or bed to feed === [[Image:Feeding sitting.JPG]]
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  • ...BP).<ref name="Makhsous">Makhsous M, Lin F, Hendrix RW, Helper M, Zhang L. Sitting with adjustable ischial and back supports: biomechanical changes. SPINE 200 ...h proportion of occupational disability costs<ref name="Poitras" />. &nbsp;Workers' compensation claims for LBP account for 70% of all compensation costs. Sur
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  • ...ls are educational and training programs with lessons given to patients or workers by a therapist with the aim of treating or preventing [[Low Back Pain|low b ...sure is supposed to be twice as high as while standing. The correct way of sitting: both feet supported on the ground, situated below the knees at waist level
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  • ...ore erector spinae activation. Similarly, sway standing postures and slump sitting postures decrease activity in the internal oblique and multifidus muscles a #Sitting with the lumbar spine flexed with the head and shoulders forward of the spi
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  • [[File:Sitting posture.jpg|thumb|Sitting posture ]][[Ergonomics]], often referred to as "Human Factors" ergonomics, ...incidence rate were awkward or tiring body positions, keyboard work (desk sitting), repetitive actions, and poor manual handling.
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  • <div></div><div>Sitting is a useful position to use when dressing because:</div>
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  • ....ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26956624/ Computer vision syndrome among computer office workers in a developing country: an evaluation of prevalence and risk factors]. BMC * Sitting posture: Sitting in bent back position is a risk factor associated with CVS.<ref name=":6" /
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  • ...and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) report, approximately three out of every five workers in the EU-28 report MSDs (most common types are backache and upper extremit * 60% of EU workers report MSDs as their most serious work-related health problem.
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  • ...f the Cervical Spine and Stiffness of Upper Trapezius Myofascial Tissue in Sitting Posture. PM R. 2019; 11(5): 476-482. </ref><ref name=":3">Park SK, Yang DJ, Palpate upper trapezius in a weight bearing position (i.e. sitting / standing) and check for tension. Normally, this muscle should be relaxed
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  • ..., Psychologists, Audiologists, Dietetics, Social Workers, Community Health Workers, Nurses, Medical Doctors, Managers, Researchers, Educators, Minsters of Hea ...e’ll expect you to work hard for your completion certificate! You won’t be sitting back and watching webinars, we’ll expect you to undertake reading tasks,
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