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Risa Kagan, MDSponsored by Astellas Pharma Inc
Menopause. 28(10):1176-1180, October 2021
In this video, Dr. Risa Kagan describes findings from a recent study of the impact of new-onset sleep disturbances on employment and work productivity in midlife women. This retrospective, longitudinal cohort analysis used data from the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN), encompassing a multiracial group of women across the United States. Results showed that the risk of unemployment was higher following new-onset sleep disturbances than it is in women without sleep disturbances. The research described by Dr. Kagan also quantified the individual costs and societal economic burden associated with work productivity loss associated with new-onset sleep disturbance in midlife women.