Work Related Symptoms, Support and Cost Effectiveness
Deterioration of physical symptoms occurs more frequently at work [1, 2]. This was a qualitative study and quality assessed according to . This study further contributed to understanding of the topic. An appropriate method was chosen with a literature review present. This study also contributes to development of knowledge of this subject. The sample was appropriate, with a clear description of data collection which was appropriately managed. Validity criteria were present. The analysis was clearly described with adequate discussion. Findings were confirmed in the study, excerpts were transcribed. There was appropriate discussion including an alternative explanation and results are applicable to other areas of research.
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