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Economic Theory and Self-Reported Measures of Presenteeism in Musculoskeletal Disease.

Jones C, Payne K, Gannon B, Verstappen S - Curr Rheumatol Rep (2016)

Bottom Line: One generic self-reported presenteeism instrument was explicitly reported to be underpinned by economic theory.Overtime, self-reported presenteeism instruments have become more differentiated and complex by incorporating many different contextual factors that may impact levels of presenteeism.Researchers are encouraged to further develop presenteeism instruments that are underpinned by relevant economic theory and informed by robust empirical research.

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Affiliation: Manchester Centre for Health Economics, The University of Manchester, 4th Floor, Jean McFarlane Building, Oxford Road, M13 9PL, Manchester, UK.

ABSTRACT
This study had two objectives: to describe the historical development of self-reported presenteeism instruments that can be used to identify and measure presenteeism as a result of musculoskeletal disease (MSD) and to identify if, and how many of these, presenteeism instruments are underpinned by economic theory. Systematic search methods were applied to identify self-report instruments used to quantify presenteeism caused by MSD. A total of 24 self-reported presenteeism instruments were identified; 24 were designed for use in general health, and 1 was specifically designed for use in rheumatoid arthritis. One generic self-reported presenteeism instrument was explicitly reported to be underpinned by economic theory. Overtime, self-reported presenteeism instruments have become more differentiated and complex by incorporating many different contextual factors that may impact levels of presenteeism. Researchers are encouraged to further develop presenteeism instruments that are underpinned by relevant economic theory and informed by robust empirical research.

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Fig1: Flow diagram of study selection process

Mentions: In total, 24 studies that described the development of presenteeism instruments for use in MSD were identified. Of these, the Work Productivity Survey for Rheumatoid Arthritis (WPS-RA) [22] was the only one designed to specifically measure presenteeism associated with a MSD (RA). The remaining 24 presenteeism instruments were developed for use across a wide range of health conditions, including MSD. Figure 1 illustrates the identification and inclusion of relevant studies. A summary of the identified presenteeism instruments are presented in Table 2.Fig. 1


Economic Theory and Self-Reported Measures of Presenteeism in Musculoskeletal Disease.

Jones C, Payne K, Gannon B, Verstappen S - Curr Rheumatol Rep (2016)

Flow diagram of study selection process
© Copyright Policy - OpenAccess
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Fig1: Flow diagram of study selection process
Mentions: In total, 24 studies that described the development of presenteeism instruments for use in MSD were identified. Of these, the Work Productivity Survey for Rheumatoid Arthritis (WPS-RA) [22] was the only one designed to specifically measure presenteeism associated with a MSD (RA). The remaining 24 presenteeism instruments were developed for use across a wide range of health conditions, including MSD. Figure 1 illustrates the identification and inclusion of relevant studies. A summary of the identified presenteeism instruments are presented in Table 2.Fig. 1

Bottom Line: One generic self-reported presenteeism instrument was explicitly reported to be underpinned by economic theory.Overtime, self-reported presenteeism instruments have become more differentiated and complex by incorporating many different contextual factors that may impact levels of presenteeism.Researchers are encouraged to further develop presenteeism instruments that are underpinned by relevant economic theory and informed by robust empirical research.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Manchester Centre for Health Economics, The University of Manchester, 4th Floor, Jean McFarlane Building, Oxford Road, M13 9PL, Manchester, UK.

ABSTRACT
This study had two objectives: to describe the historical development of self-reported presenteeism instruments that can be used to identify and measure presenteeism as a result of musculoskeletal disease (MSD) and to identify if, and how many of these, presenteeism instruments are underpinned by economic theory. Systematic search methods were applied to identify self-report instruments used to quantify presenteeism caused by MSD. A total of 24 self-reported presenteeism instruments were identified; 24 were designed for use in general health, and 1 was specifically designed for use in rheumatoid arthritis. One generic self-reported presenteeism instrument was explicitly reported to be underpinned by economic theory. Overtime, self-reported presenteeism instruments have become more differentiated and complex by incorporating many different contextual factors that may impact levels of presenteeism. Researchers are encouraged to further develop presenteeism instruments that are underpinned by relevant economic theory and informed by robust empirical research.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus