Faculty Member

Selahadin Ibrahim MSc

Email Address(es)
sibrahim@iwh.on.ca
Office Phone
(416) 927-2027 x 2156
Office Address
Institute for Work and Health 481 University Avenue, Suite 800 Toronto, ON M5G 2E9
Division(s)/Office
Epidemiology Division
Position
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

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Honours & Awards

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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)