Which presenteeism measures are more sensitive to depression and anxiety?

@article{Sanderson2007WhichPM,
  title={Which presenteeism measures are more sensitive to depression and anxiety?},
  author={Kristy Sanderson and Elizabeth Tilse and Jan Nicholson and Brian Oldenburg and Nicholas Graves},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2007},
  volume={101 1-3},
  pages={65-74}
}
BACKGROUND Lost productivity from attending work when unwell, or "presenteeism", is a largely hidden cost of mental disorders in the workplace. Sensitive measures are needed for clinical and policy applications, however there is no consensus on the optimal self-report measure to use. This paper examines the sensitivity of four alternative measures of presenteeism to depression and anxiety in an Australian employed cohort. METHODS A prospective single-group study in ten call centres examined… CONTINUE READING

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