Social inequalities in medical rehabilitation outcomes-a registry-based study on 219 584 insured persons in Germany.

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Summary of "Social inequalities in medical rehabilitation outcomes-a registry-based study on 219 584 insured persons in Germany."

Given limited knowledge on the extent of social inequalities in longer-term work ability of people with a chronic disease, this study analyzes social inequalities of three consecutive indicators of work ability following medical rehabilitation in a large sample of insured employees.


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


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