Time to dispel mental health myths

Braunstein, Joseph F.
March 2000
Employee Benefit News;Mar2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p9
Focuses on mental illnesses among employees in the United States. Impacts of mental disorders on employee productivity and absenteeism; Efforts of the World Health Organization to examine the diseases and health conditions suffered by people around the world; Stigma associated with mental disorders.


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