Employment status in multiple sclerosis: impact of disease-specific and non-disease-specific factors.

@article{Krause2013EmploymentSI,
  title={Employment status in multiple sclerosis: impact of disease-specific and non-disease-specific factors.},
  author={Ivonne Krause and S. Kern and Antje Horntrich and Tjalf Ziemssen},
  journal={Multiple sclerosis},
  year={2013},
  volume={19 13},
  pages={1792-9}
}
BACKGROUND Multiple sclerosis (MS) is associated with high rates of early retirement (ER). OBJECTIVES A German cohort of MS patients and healthy control subjects (HCs) were compared cross-sectionally to investigate disease- and non-disease-specific factors that are associated with employment status (ES) in MS and to identify predictors of ES in MS. METHODS A total of 39 ER MS patients, 48 employed MS patients, and 37 HCs completed a brief neuropsychological battery and questionnaires… CONTINUE READING
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