Return to work trajectories among employees with mental health problems: Insights from longitudinal sickness absence data and a multi-stakeholder expert meeting

M. Spronken, E. P. M. Brouwers, J. K. Vermunt, I. Arends, W. G. M. Oerlemans, J. J. L. van der Klink, M. C. W. Joosen

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Abstract

IOSH, the Chartered body for health and safety professionals, is committed
to evidence-based practice in workplace safety and health. We maintain a Research
Fund to support research and inspire innovation as part of our work as a thought leader in health and safety
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLeicestershire, UK
PublisherIOSH
Number of pages48
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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