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Association between obesity status and sick-leave in Swedish men: nationwide cohort study

Primary Healthcare Professionals’ Experiences of the Sick Leave Process: A Focus Group Study Emma Nilsing

Randomized Trial of Leaving Messages on Telephone Answering Machines for Control Recruitment in an Epidemiologic Study

Adverse outcomes of being on sick leave due to mental disorders: a prospective co-twin study Lisa Mather

Early Service leavers: a study of the factors associated with premature separation from the UK Armed Forces and the mental health of those that leave early

School Neighborhood Disadvantage as a Predictor of Long-Term Sick Leave Among Teachers: Prospective Cohort Study

Influence of high cardiovascular risk in asymptomatic people on the duration and cost of sick leave: results of the ICARIA study

Work-related mechanical risk factors for long-term sick leave: a prospective study of the general working population in Norway

Does the doctor or the patient control sick leave certification? A qualitative study interpreting patients’ interview dialogue

Sick leave in patients with ankylosing spondylitis before and after anti-TNF therapy: a population-based cohort study

Patients with ankylosing spondylitis have increased sick leave—a registry-based case–control study over 7 yrs

Intimations of mortality: perceived age of leaving middle age as a predictor of future health outcomes within the Whitehall II study

Leaving the Adventist Ministry: A Study of the Process of Exiting. By Peter H. Ballis. Praeger, 1999. 236 pp. Cloth, $59.95

Nancy L. Green and François Weil, editors. Citizenship and Those Who Leave: The Politics of Emigration and Expatriation. (Studies of World Migrations.) Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 2007. Pp. x, 318. Cloth $60.00, paper $25.00

 

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A period of paid leave granted to teachers in schools and in further and higher education for the purpose of undertaking a course of study related to their professional development. It is shorter than a sabbatical, and may take the form of a release from duties for a few hours a week for a limited time in order for the teacher to attend a course. Study leave is not a right, and a strong case usually has to be made by the individual seeking it. See also secondment.

Subjects: Education.


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