Bibliometric analysis of research on mental health in the workplace in Canada

Archambault, É., Côté, G., and Gingras, Y.

(2004). Bibliometric analysis of research on mental health in the workplace in Canada, 1991–2002. HealthcarePapers, 5(2), 133–140.

Abstract

This paper uses the Medline biomedical papers database to measure scientific production on mental health in the workplace (MHWP) during the 1991–2002 period at the world, Canadian, provincial, urban, institutional and researcher levels. The level of scientific output has doubled at the world level and tripled at the Canadian level during the last 12 years. At the provincial level, Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia and Alberta are leading in absolute number of papers. Ontario largely dominates both in terms of output and on a per capita basis. At the level of cities, Toronto and Montreal are the largest producers of papers on MHWP. The most important institutions in terms of papers on MHWP are McMaster University, Université de Montréal, the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia and the University of Western Ontario. The universities with the largest number of active researchers in MHWP are McMaster University, Université Laval and York University.

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