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I read with great interest the meta-analysis paper by Milner et al 1 about the associations between psychosocial job stressors and suicidality in working populations. The authors have compiled and investigated 22 epidemiological studies on chronic job stressors (job control, job demands, job strain, colleague/supervisor support, effort–reward imbalance, job insecurity, role conflict and working hours/shift work) and suicide ideation/death in the literature, which is a very timely and important review that will contribute to the primary prevention …
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