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  • Articles and reports: 75-001-X19960032896
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    An update to Work Absence Rates, 1977 to 1994, this section presents 1995 absence rates of full-time paid workers by industry, occupation, province, age and sex. The annual incidence of absence, the inactivity rate and the number of days lost per worker for illness or disability and for personal or family responsibilities are provided.

    Release date: 1996-09-03

  • Articles and reports: 82-003-X19950042817
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    The sense of coherence a healthy outlook can be thought of as a mesure of positive health, that is, a factor promoting resilience which enables and individual to remain healthy. Based on National Population Health Survey (NPHS) data, three health measures were analyzed in relation to sense of coherence. The sense of coherence accounted for a substancial proportion of the total variance for two of the three measures. Theoretically, people with a healthy outlook are more able to cope successfully with trauma and stress. According to NPHS data, on average, those who reported at least one traumatic event had a lower sense of coherence than those who did not. For people who experienced trauma during childhood and young adulthood, yet had strong sense of coherence, the impact of that trauma on their health was diminished.

    Release date: 1996-04-02

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  • Articles and reports: 75-001-X19960032896
    Description:

    An update to Work Absence Rates, 1977 to 1994, this section presents 1995 absence rates of full-time paid workers by industry, occupation, province, age and sex. The annual incidence of absence, the inactivity rate and the number of days lost per worker for illness or disability and for personal or family responsibilities are provided.

    Release date: 1996-09-03

  • Articles and reports: 82-003-X19950042817
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    The sense of coherence a healthy outlook can be thought of as a mesure of positive health, that is, a factor promoting resilience which enables and individual to remain healthy. Based on National Population Health Survey (NPHS) data, three health measures were analyzed in relation to sense of coherence. The sense of coherence accounted for a substancial proportion of the total variance for two of the three measures. Theoretically, people with a healthy outlook are more able to cope successfully with trauma and stress. According to NPHS data, on average, those who reported at least one traumatic event had a lower sense of coherence than those who did not. For people who experienced trauma during childhood and young adulthood, yet had strong sense of coherence, the impact of that trauma on their health was diminished.

    Release date: 1996-04-02

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