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      School absence rates as outcome measures in studies of children with chronic illness

      Journal of Chronic Diseases
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          Depressions in Childhood and Adolescence

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            The benefits of comprehensive care of hemophilia: a five-year study of outcomes.

            Eleven of 22 federally funded Comprehensive Hemophilia Centers have collected data on outcomes, before and after five years of this program's existence. Improved health, decreased hospitalization, decreased absenteeism, and a decrease in the unemployment rate from 36 per cent to 13 per cent were accompanied by decreased costs of care. In this model of a chronic handicapping illness, the early application of comprehensive care is preferable to the previous emphasis on end-stage rehabilitative efforts.
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              The Relationship between Absenteeism and Grades

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                Journal of Chronic Diseases
                Journal of Chronic Diseases
                Elsevier BV
                00219681
                January 1986
                January 1986
                : 39
                : 10
                : 799-808
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                10.1016/0021-9681(86)90082-2
                c044be0b-ef55-4072-b12b-d07eddaf0562
                © 1986

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