Meta‐analysis of predictors of favorable employment outcomes among individuals with bipolar disorder

@article{Tse2014MetaanalysisOP,
  title={Meta‐analysis of predictors of favorable employment outcomes among individuals with bipolar disorder},
  author={S. Tse and S. Chan and K. Ng and L. Yatham},
  journal={Bipolar Disorders},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={217 - 229}
}
Although several studies have reported on predictors of employment in individuals with bipolar disorder (BD), the magnitude of the impact of these variables is unclear as no previous studies have estimated the collective effect sizes (ESs). The present meta‐analysis estimated ESs and explored which of these variables are associated with positive employment outcomes. 
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