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2019

All-cause and cause-specific mortality following non-traumatic spinal cord injury: evidence from a population-based cohort study in Switzerland.

Buzzell A, Chamberlain JD, Eriks-Hoogland I, Hug K, Jordan X, Schubert M, Zwahlen M, Brinkhof MWG for the SwiSCI study group and the Swiss National Cohort: All-cause and cause-specific mortality following non-traumatic spinal cord injury: evidence from a population-based cohort study in Switzerland. Spinal Cord. Oct 7 2019.

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Excess burden of a chronic disabling condition: life lost due to traumatic spinal cord injury in a Swiss population-based cohort study

Chamberlain JD, Buzzell A, Gmünder HP, Hug K, Jordan X, Moser A, Schubert M, Zwahlen M, Brinkhof MWG, SwiSCI cohort study and the Swiss National Cohort: Excess burden of a chronic disabling condition: life lost due to traumatic spinal cord injury in a Swiss population-based cohort study. Int J Public Health. 2019 May 30. doi: 10.1007/s00038-019-01265-6. [Epub ahead of print].

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Comparison of all-cause and cause-specific mortality of persons with traumatic spinal cord injuries to the general Swiss population: Results from a national cohort study

Chamberlain JD, Buzzell A, Gmünder HP, Hug K, Jordan X, Moser A, Schubert M, Zwahlen M, Brinkhof MWG, and the SwiSCI Study Group and the Swiss National Cohort: Comparison of all-cause and cause-specific mortality of persons with traumatic spinal cord injuries to the general Swiss population: Results from a national cohort study. Neuroepidemiology 2019;52:205–213, DOI: 10.1159/000496976. 

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Does engagement in productive activities affect mental health and well-being in older adults with a chronic physical disability? Observational evidence from a Swiss cohort study

Fekete C, Siegrist J, Post MWM, Tough H, Brinkhof MWG & for the SwiSCI Study Group: Does engagement in productive activities affect mental health and well-being in older adults with a chronic physical disability? Observational evidence from a Swiss cohort study. Aging & Mental Health, published online: 21 Feb 2019, DOI:10.1080/13607863.2019.1576158. 

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Participation in People Living With Spinal Cord Injury in Switzerland: Degree and Associated Factors

Gross-Hemmi H, Post MWM, Bienert S, Chamberlain JD, Hug K, Jordan X, Scheel-Sailer A, Weiss A, Brinkhof MWG, and the SwiSCI Study Group: Participation in people living with spinal cord injury
in Switzerland: Degree and associated factors. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, published online: 2019 Apr 24., doi: 10.1016/j.apmr.2019.03.018.

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Pre- and post-injury job type distributions of individuals with SCI in relation to structural changes in the labor market: A comparative analysis based on findings from the Swiss Spinal Cord Injury Cohort Study

Schwegler U, Nützi M, Marti A, Trezzini B, & the SwiSCI study group: Pre- and post-injury job type distributions of individuals with SCI in relation to structural changes in the labor market: A comparative analysis based on findings from the Swiss Spinal Cord Injury Cohort Study. J Spinal Cord Med. 2019 Feb 4:1-12. doi: 10.1080/10790268.2019.1573346. [Epub ahead of print]

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