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Do psychosocial job demands and job resources predict long-term sickness absence? An analysis of register-based outcomes using pooled data on 39,408 individuals in four occupational groups

The complete article "Do psychosocial job demands and job resources predict long-term sickness absence? An analysis of register-based outcomes using pooled data on 39,408 individuals in four occupational groups" can be downloaded at the website of the Journal "International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health", Volume 87, Issue 8, pp. 909-917 (charges may apply).

Bibliographic information

T. Clausen, H. Burr, V. Borg:
Do psychosocial job demands and job resources predict long-term sickness absence? An analysis of register-based outcomes using pooled data on 39,408 individuals in four occupational groups. 
in: International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, Volume 87, Issue 8 2014. pages 909-917, DOI: 10.1007/s00420-014-0936-7]

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