Workplace interventions for common mental disorders: a systematic meta-review.

  title={Workplace interventions for common mental disorders: a systematic meta-review.},
  author={Sadhbh Joyce and Matthew Modini and Helen Christensen and Arnstein Mykletun and Richard A. Bryant and Philip B. Mitchell and Samuel B Harvey},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  volume={46 4},
Depression and anxiety disorders are the leading cause of sickness absence and long-term work incapacity in most developed countries. The present study aimed to carry out a systematic meta-review examining the effectiveness of workplace mental health interventions, defined as any intervention that a workplace may either initiate or facilitate that aims to prevent, treat or rehabilitate a worker with a diagnosis of depression, anxiety or both. Relevant reviews were identified via a detailed… CONTINUE READING


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