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and 4) whether there is a remaining association not mediated by these factors. Methods We used cross-sectional data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (N= 17,938), focusing on working, non-retired adults aged 45-64 years. Data were collected via telephone and in-person interview over the 2011-2015 period. Functional, psychosocial, organizational and life-stage factors were measured using existing variables to create composite index scores. Path models examined the relationshipdoi:10.1136/oem-2021-epi.5 fatcat:pat7e3pb3vedhl2ocgaxg6sbkm