Changes in self-rated health and subjective social status over time in a cohort of healthcare personnel

@article{Thompson2014ChangesIS,
  title={Changes in self-rated health and subjective social status over time in a cohort of healthcare personnel},
  author={M. Thompson and M. Gaglani and A. Naleway and S. Thaker and Sarah Ball},
  journal={Journal of Health Psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={1185 - 1196}
}
  • M. Thompson, M. Gaglani, +2 authors Sarah Ball
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Health Psychology
  • As part of a prospective cohort study of 1354 female and 347 male healthcare personnel, we examined the stability of subjective social status over ~7 months and the prospective association between subjective social status and self-rated health status. Most (82%) subjective social status ratings were stable (within ±1 point). Lower baseline subjective social status among healthcare personnel was associated with more subsequent reports of fatigue and headache and worsening global self-rated… CONTINUE READING
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