The annual costs of cardiovascular diseases and mental disorders attributable to job strain in France

@inproceedings{SultanTaeb2013TheAC,
  title={The annual costs of cardiovascular diseases and mental disorders attributable to job strain in France},
  author={H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Sultan-Ta{\"i}eb and J F Chastang and Malika Mansouri and Isabelle Niedhammer},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Work stress has become a major occupational risk factor in industrialized countries and an important economic issue. The objective was to estimate the annual costs of coronary heart diseases (CHD) and mental disorders (MD) attributable to job strain exposure according to Karasek's model in France for the year 2003 from a societal perspective. METHODS We produced attributable fraction estimates which were applied to the number of cases (morbidity and mortality) and the costs of CHD… CONTINUE READING
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