Sara E. Luckhaupt, MD, MPH; James M. Dahlhamer, PhD; Gabriella T. Gonzales, BS; Ming-Lun Lu, PhD; Matthew Groenewold, PhD; Marie Haring Sweeney, PhD; Brian W. Ward, PhD
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Financial Support: All authors are federal government employees, with the exception of Ms. Gonzales, who was a medical student at the time of this study. The NHIS and preparation of this manuscript were completely funded by the U.S. government.
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Reproducible Research Statement:Study protocol: Available from the National Center for Health Statistics' Ethics Review Board Protocol #2015-08. Statistical code: Available from Dr. Dahlhamer (e-mail, email@example.com). Data set: Available at www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis/nhis_2015_data_release.htm.
Luckhaupt SE, Dahlhamer JM, Gonzales GT, Lu M, Groenewold M, Sweeney MH, et al. Prevalence, Recognition of Work-Relatedness, and Effect on Work of Low Back Pain Among U.S. Workers. Ann Intern Med. [Epub ahead of print 14 May 2019]:. doi: 10.7326/M18-3602
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