Return to work after a workplace-oriented intervention for patients on sick-leave for burnout - a prospective controlled study

@inproceedings{Karlson2010ReturnTW,
  title={Return to work after a workplace-oriented intervention for patients on sick-leave for burnout - a prospective controlled study},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn Karlson and Peter J{\"o}nsson and Birgitta P{\aa}lsson and Gunnel L Abj{\"o}rnsson and Birgitta Malmberg and Britt Larsson and Kai {\"O}sterberg},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND In the present study the effect of a workplace-oriented intervention for persons on long-term sick leave for clinical burnout, aimed at facilitating return to work (RTW) by job-person match through patient-supervisor communication, was evaluated. We hypothesised that the intervention group would show a more successful RTW than a control group. METHODS In a prospective controlled study, subjects were identified by the regional social insurance office 2-6 months after the first day… CONTINUE READING

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