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Enterprise Size and Return to Work After Stroke

Introduction It has been hypothesised that return to work rates among sick-listed workers increases with enterprise size. The aim of the present study was to estimate the effect of enterprise size on the odds of returning to work among previously employed stroke patients in Denmark, 2000–2006. Metho... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of occupational rehabilitation 2012, Vol.22 (4), p.456-461
Main Author: Hannerz, Harald
Other Authors: Ferm, Linnea , Poulsen, Otto M , Pedersen, Betina Holbæk , Andersen, Lars L
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Publisher: Boston: Springer US
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Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22527874
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  • Prospective Studies
  • Rehabilitation
  • Return to Work
  • Return to work programs
  • Self employment
  • Sick Leave - statistics & numerical data
  • Size of enterprise
  • Stroke
  • Stroke - epidemiology
  • Stroke - psychology
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Studies
  • Time Factors
  • Variables
  • Workplace
  • Young Adult
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description: Introduction It has been hypothesised that return to work rates among sick-listed workers increases with enterprise size. The aim of the present study was to estimate the effect of enterprise size on the odds of returning to work among previously employed stroke patients in Denmark, 2000–2006. Methods We used a prospective design with a 2 year follow-up period. The study population consisted of 13,178 stroke patients divided into four enterprise sizes categories, according to the place of their employment prior to the stroke: micro (1–9 employees), small (10–49 employees), medium (50–249 employees) and large (>250 employees). The analysis was based on nationwide data on enterprise size from Statistics Denmark merged with data from the Danish occupational hospitalisation register. Results We found a statistically significant association ( p  = 0.034); each increase in enterprise size category was followed by an increase in the estimated odds of returning to work. Conclusions The chances of returning to work after stroke increases as the size of enterprise increases. Preventive efforts and research aimed at finding ways of mitigating the effect are warranted.
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abstractIntroduction It has been hypothesised that return to work rates among sick-listed workers increases with enterprise size. The aim of the present study was to estimate the effect of enterprise size on the odds of returning to work among previously employed stroke patients in Denmark, 2000–2006. Methods We used a prospective design with a 2 year follow-up period. The study population consisted of 13,178 stroke patients divided into four enterprise sizes categories, according to the place of their employment prior to the stroke: micro (1–9 employees), small (10–49 employees), medium (50–249 employees) and large (>250 employees). The analysis was based on nationwide data on enterprise size from Statistics Denmark merged with data from the Danish occupational hospitalisation register. Results We found a statistically significant association ( p  = 0.034); each increase in enterprise size category was followed by an increase in the estimated odds of returning to work. Conclusions The chances of returning to work after stroke increases as the size of enterprise increases. Preventive efforts and research aimed at finding ways of mitigating the effect are warranted.
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