Cancer incidence and survival are both increasing. Over 1/3 of cancer survivors (CSs) are in their working age1. CSs experience pain, fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, and mood disorders that may adversely affect social functioning2. Systematic reviews show a 64% employment rate for CSs, with high variability in different contexts (range 24% 94%)3. We reviewed the recent literature on the employment rate of CSs in Europe, investigating the factors influencing their return to work (RTW)

Employment rate and predictors of return to work in European cancer survivors: a systematic review / Paltrinieri, Sara; Mazzini, Elisa; Fugazzaro, Stefania; Pellegrini, Martina; Bassi, Maria Chiara; Tedeschi, Claudio; Vicentini, Massimo; Costi, Stefania. - (2018). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 26TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEALTH PROMOTING HOSPITALS AND HEALTH SERVICES tenutosi a Bologna nel 6-8 Giugno 2018.

Employment rate and predictors of return to work in European cancer survivors: a systematic review.

Sara Paltrinieri;Elisa Mazzini;Martina Pellegrini;Chiara Bassi;Claudio Tedeschi;Stefania Costi
2018-01-01

Abstract

Cancer incidence and survival are both increasing. Over 1/3 of cancer survivors (CSs) are in their working age1. CSs experience pain, fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, and mood disorders that may adversely affect social functioning2. Systematic reviews show a 64% employment rate for CSs, with high variability in different contexts (range 24% 94%)3. We reviewed the recent literature on the employment rate of CSs in Europe, investigating the factors influencing their return to work (RTW)
26TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEALTH PROMOTING HOSPITALS AND HEALTH SERVICES
Bologna
6-8 Giugno 2018
Paltrinieri, Sara; Mazzini, Elisa; Fugazzaro, Stefania; Pellegrini, Martina; Bassi, Maria Chiara; Tedeschi, Claudio; Vicentini, Massimo; Costi, Stefania
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