The associations between workplace bullying, salivary cortisol, and long-term sickness absence: a longitudinal study

@inproceedings{Grynderup2017TheAB,
  title={The associations between workplace bullying, salivary cortisol, and long-term sickness absence: a longitudinal study},
  author={Matias Br{\o}dsgaard Grynderup and Kirsten Nabe-Nielsen and Theis Lange and Paul Maurice Conway and Jens Peter Ellekilde Bonde and Anne Helene Garde and Maria Gullander and Linda Kaerlev and Roger Persson and Reiner Rugulies and Marianne Agergaard Vammen and Annie H{\o}gh and {\AA}se Marie Hansen},
  booktitle={BMC Public Health},
  year={2017}
}
BackgroundWorkplace stressors, such as bullying, are strongly related to subsequent long-term sickness absence, but little is known of the possible physiological mechanisms linking workplace stressors and sickness absence. The primary aim of this study was to investigate to what extent cortisol levels were associated with subsequent sickness absence and if cortisol mediated the association between workplace bullying and sickness absence. We additionally investigated possible bidirectional… CONTINUE READING
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