Positive and negative reasons for sickness presenteeism in Norway and Sweden: a cross-sectional survey

@inproceedings{Johansen2014PositiveAN,
  title={Positive and negative reasons for sickness presenteeism in Norway and Sweden: a cross-sectional survey},
  author={Vegard Johansen and Gunnar Aronsson and Staffan Marklund},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVES This article investigates various reasons for sickness presenteeism (SP), that is, going to work despite illness. The research questions asked is: What are the main reported reasons for SP in Norway and Sweden? DESIGN Cross-sectional survey in Norway and Sweden. Use of binomial logistic regression analysis. PARTICIPANTS A random sample of people aged between 20 and 60 years was obtained from complete and updated databases of the Norwegian and Swedish populations. A postal… CONTINUE READING
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