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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Self-perception of employed and unemployed haemophiliacs
Author(s): Markova, Ivana
Lockyer, Ruth
Forbes, Charles D
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Issue Date: Aug-1980
Date Deposited: 16-Nov-2015
Citation: Markova I, Lockyer R & Forbes CD (1980) Self-perception of employed and unemployed haemophiliacs. Psychological Medicine, 10 (3), pp. 559-565.
Abstract: Semi-structured interviews concerning various aspects of mental health were carried out with 13 employed and 13 unemployed haemophiliacs 20–35 years old. Significant differences in patients' responses were related to their employment status and the degree of severity of haemophilia. Unemployed patients with milder forms of haemophilia appeared to be least adjusted and suffered most from psychosomatic symptoms.
DOI Link: 10.1017/S0033291700047462
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