Socioeconomic differences in occupational health service utilization and sickness absence due to mental disorders: a register-based retrospective cohort study - Harkko J, Sumanen H, Pietil äinen O, Piha K, Mänty M, Lallukka T, Rahkonen O, Kouvonen A.

Occupational health service (OHS) is the main provider of primary care services for the working population in Finland. We investigated whether socioeconomic differences in the utilization of OHS predict sickness absence (SA) due to mental disorders. We use...
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