Barmer gesundheitsreport 2009 pdf
Work-related sleep disturbances and sickness absence in the Swedish working population, 1993–1999. Multidimensional assessments for conducting interventions are needed to achieve positive health effects within companies. Ability to work was compared between baseline and up to 6 months after initiation of duloxetine. Introduction Persistent and distressing somatic symptoms are common in younger age cohorts such as university students. Use of the internet and other media for health information among clinic outpatients with serious mental illness. Reducing the costs of work-related musculoskeletal disorders: targeting strategies to chronic disability cases. Data on inability to work from an observational study in patients treated with duloxetine for major depressive disorder in clinical practice in Germany were collected. BARMER Ersatzkasse, Wuppertal Google Scholar World Health Organization (2007) International statistical classification of diseases and related health problems.
Depression is a major reason for disability and has recently become the most important ICD-10 diagnosis for inability to work in Germany as measured by the number of days unable to work .It is also a frequent reason for hospitalization for patients in the active workforce according to the statutory health insurances in Germany [2, 3]. All patients with a working status at baseline other than retired or retired early were included. However, the majority does not receive adequate psychosocial care. Internet-based and mobile-based interventions may represent low threshold and effective extensions to reduce somatic and associated mental symptom severity.