Faculty Member

Selahadin Ibrahim MSc

Email Address(es)
Office Phone
(416) 927-2027 x 2156
Office Address
Institute for Work and Health 481 University Avenue, Suite 800 Toronto, ON M5G 2E9
Epidemiology Division
Assistant Professor
SGS Status
Associate Member
Appointment Status
Status Only

Research Interests

  • Structural equation models
  • Multilevel models
  • Categorical and Counted data models
  • work stressors and health

Primary Teaching Responsibilities


Honours & Awards


Current Research Projects


Representative Publications

  • Ibrahim, S. A., Scott, F., Cole, D. C., Shannon, H. S., & Eyles, J. (2001). Job strain and self-reported health among working women and men: An analysis of the 1994/5 Canadian National Population Health Survey. Women & Health. Volume 33, Numbers 1/2 2001. ISSN: 0363-0242. Published by The Haworth Medical Press.
  • Cole, D. C., Ibrahim, S. A., Shannon, H. S., Scott, F., & Eyles, J. (2001). Work correlates of back problems and activity restriction due to musculoskeletal disorders in the Canadian national population health survey (NPHS) 1994-5 data. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 58, 728-734. pages 115-124 Published by The Haworth Medical Press
  • Sullivan T, Kerr MS, Ibrahim SA : Job stress in health care workers: highlights from the National Population Health Survey 1994/95. Hospital Quarterly, Summer 1999
  • Cole DC, Ibrahim S, Shannon HS, Scott F, Eyles. Work and life stressors an psychological distress in the Canadian working population: a structural equation modeling approach to analysis of the 1994 National Population Health Survey. Accepted. Chronic Diseases in Canada
  • Cole DC, Ibrahim S, Shannon HS. (2005) Predictors of work-related musculoskeletal disorders in a population cohort.: Am J Public Health. 95: 1233-37
  • Shannon HS, Ibrahim SA, Robson LS, Zarinpoush F. Changes in job stressors in the Canadian working population. Can J of Public Health (in press)
  • Breslin FC, Ibrahim S, Hepburn G, Cole D. Understanding stability and change in psychological distress and sense of coherence: A four year prospective study. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. (in press)