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Factors reported to influence the return to work of cancer survivors: a literature review
An overview is provided of research into the return to work of cancer survivors, examining both the rate of return to work and factors impacting this return. A series of literature searches wasExpand
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Reliability and validity of instruments measuring job satisfaction--a systematic review.
BACKGROUND Although job satisfaction research has been carried out for decades, no recent overview of job satisfaction instruments and their quality is available. Aim The aim of this systematicExpand
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Prognostic factors for duration of sick leave in patients sick listed with acute low back pain: a systematic review of the literature
Background: The percentages of patients with acute low back pain (LBP) that go on to a chronic state varies between studies from 2% to 34%. In some of these cases low back pain leads to great costs.Expand
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Cancer survivors and unemployment: a meta-analysis and meta-regression.
CONTEXT Nearly half of adult cancer survivors are younger than 65 years, but the association of cancer survivorship with employment status is unknown. OBJECTIVE To assess the association of cancerExpand
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Breast cancer survivors' views of factors that influence the return-to-work process--a qualitative study.
OBJECTIVES Accumulating evidence suggests that most employed breast cancer survivors are able to return to work but often experience difficulties in the process. The objective of this study was toExpand
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The Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS): detecting anxiety disorder and depression in employees absent from work because of mental health problems
Aims: To (1) evaluate the psychometric properties and (2) examine the ability to detect cases with anxiety disorder and depression in a population of employees absent from work because of mentalExpand
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Patient Expectations of Treatment for Back Pain: A Systematic Review of Qualitative and Quantitative Studies
Study Design. A systematic review of qualitative and quantitative studies. Objectives. To summarize evidence from studies among patients with low back pain on their expectations and satisfaction withExpand
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Problem based learning in continuing medical education: a review of controlled evaluation studies
Reviews of undergraduate medical education cautiously support the short term and long term outcomes of problem based learning compared with traditional learning. The effectiveness of problem basedExpand
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Predicting the duration of sickness absence for patients with common mental disorders in occupational health care.
OBJECTIVES This study attempted to determine the factors that best predict the duration of absence from work among employees with common mental disorders. METHODS A cohort of 188 employees, of whomExpand
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Supervisory behaviour as a predictor of return to work in employees absent from work due to mental health problems
Aims: To study supervisory behaviour as a predictive factor for return to work of employees absent due to mental health problems; and to explore the association between conditional factors andExpand
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