Employment restrictions among persons with ICD-10 anxiety disorders: characteristics from a population survey.

@article{Waghorn2005EmploymentRA,
  title={Employment restrictions among persons with ICD-10 anxiety disorders: characteristics from a population survey.},
  author={Geoffrey R Waghorn and David Charles Chant},
  journal={Journal of anxiety disorders},
  year={2005},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={642-57}
}
Disability, employment, and employment restrictions among persons with ICD-10 anxiety disorders were investigated at a population level in comparison to persons without disability or long-term health conditions. Data were provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) collected in a 1998 national survey. Multistage sampling obtained a probability sample of 37,580 individuals in the household component of the survey. Trained lay interviewers using ICD-10 computer-assisted interviews… CONTINUE READING