A special issue of IJERPH, edited by our members David Hallman and Svend Erik Mathiassen, welcomes high-quality manuscripts on determinants and health effects of physical activity at work, considered from a 24/7, time-use epidemiology perspective.

The issue will include studies addressing compositions of time spent in various activities at and outside work, as well as other studies that can contribute to a better understanding of health beyond the effects of a single movement-related behavior in only one domain. More information about the special issue can be found here.