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2016

Brouwers, E P M and Mathijssen, J and Van Bortel, T and Knifton, L and Wahlbeck, K and Van Audenhove, C and Kadri, N and Chang, Ch and Goud, B R and Ballester, D and Tófoli, L F and Bello, R and Jorge-Monteiro, M F and Zäske, H and Milaćić, I and Uçok, A and Bonetto, C and Lasalvia, A and Thornicroft, G and Van Weeghel, J, ASPEN/INDIGO Study Group* (2016) Discrimination in the workplace, reported by people with major depressive disorder : a cross-sectional study in 35 countries. BMJ Open, 6 (2). e009961. ISSN 2044-6055

2015

Lasalvia, Antonio and Van Bortel, Tine and Bonetto, Chiara and Jayaram, Geetha and van Weeghel, Jaap and Zoppei, Silvia and Knifton, Lee and Quinn, Neil and Wahlbeck, Kristian and Cristofalo, Doriana and Lanfredi, Mariangela and Sartorius, Norman and Thornicroft, Graham (2015) Cross-national variations in reported discrimination among people treated for major depression worldwide : the ASPEN/INDIGO international study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 207 (6). pp. 507-514. ISSN 0007-1250

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