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Vol. 10, Issue 1 (2021)

Computers users and postural issues amid COVID-19: A study of WFH

Author(s):
Anjali Gairola and Garima Pant
Abstract:
Pandemic has compelled people from different sectors, like industrial, education, IT etc., to perform their office work from home. Work from home has become a new normal. Work from home policy has changed the work scenario completely; a single area is utilized as domestic space as well as workplace. Lack of physical boundaries making it more complicated to create a balance between work and family life. Present study is focused on workplace problems and associated WMSDs among the workforce working from home. Unavailability of specifically designed computer station at home is playing a significant role in physical discomfort among users. Yoga and workplace exercises along with design alterations work as remedial action for prevention of WMSDs faced due to prolonged unnatural postures.
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The Pharma Innovation Journal
How to cite this article:
Anjali Gairola, Garima Pant. Computers users and postural issues amid COVID-19: A study of WFH. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(1):512-522.

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