Work stress and quality of life in persons with disabilities from four European countries: the case of spinal cord injury

@article{Fekete2013WorkSA,
  title={Work stress and quality of life in persons with disabilities from four European countries: the case of spinal cord injury},
  author={Christine Fekete and Morten Wahrendorf and Jan D Reinhardt and Marcel W M Post and Johannes Siegrist},
  journal={Quality of Life Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={1661-1671}
}
Evidence on the adverse effects of work stress on quality of life (QoL) is largely derived from general populations, while respective information is lacking for people with disabilities. We investigated associations between work stress and QoL and the potentially moderating role of socioeconomic circumstances in employed persons with spinal cord injury (SCI). Cross-sectional data from 386 employed men and women with SCI (≥18 work h/week) from the Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark, and Norway… CONTINUE READING

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