Browsing Faculty of Psychology by Subject "Sickness absence"
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Do gastrointestinal complaints increase the risk for subsequent medically certified long-term sickness absence? The HUSK study (BioMed Central, 2011-07-29)Background: Gastrointestinal complaints are very common in the general population and very often co-occur with common mental disorders. We aimed to study the prospective impact of gastrointestinal complaints on long ...Peer reviewedJournal article
Is there an increase in duration of long-term sickness absence in Norway from 1994 to 2007? A registry based study (The University of Bergen, 2012-04-15)Background: Sickness absence in Norway is high despite improvements in key indicators of public health. The pull and the push models attribute the high levels of sickness absence to choice vs. coercion, respectively. ...Master thesis