A Scoping Literature Review of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Among South Asian Immigrant Women in Canada

Iffath U.B. Syed & Farah Ahmad
Global migration has recently garnered intense interest from a public health standpoint. Topics concerning migration, such as push-pull theories, resettlement stress, the healthy immigrant effect, cultural assimilation, and occupational health issues, are increasingly being studied. The occupational health of migrant workers — particularly female workers — is an especially important area for research. Migrant women have an increased vulnerability to occupational musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in low-paid and gendered occupations such as those in the textile,...
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