Trajectories of sickness absence, disability pension and unemployment in young immigrants with common mental disorders.

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Summary of "Trajectories of sickness absence, disability pension and unemployment in young immigrants with common mental disorders."

The aims were to elucidate if trajectories of labour market marginalization (LMM), measured as sickness absence (SA)/disability pension (DP) or unemployment, differed between young immigrants and natives before and after an incident diagnosis of a common mental disorder (CMD), and to investigate if educational level, psychiatric comorbidity and duration of residence in Sweden (in immigrants) had different associations with subsequent LMM in natives compared with immigrants.


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Name: European journal of public health
ISSN: 1464-360X


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