At Work archive

Article Issue
What research can do: Drawing on IWH’s Seven ‘Principles’ in return-to-work policies, practices No. 94, Fall
Sex/gender analysis: Men and women with arthritis have same needs at work, but not the same supports No. 93, Summer
Supervisors who react with support can help injured workers return to the job No. 93, Summer
Collaborative return-to-work program helps hospital lower injury claims, duration: study No. 93, Summer
Benefits outweigh costs for workplaces that accommodate people with mental illness No. 93, Summer
National conference on disability and work offered sweeping overview of complex issues No. 91, Winter
Young adults with chronic conditions often struggle to access workplace supports No. 90, Fall
Developing a contextual understanding of systematic review findings in OHS No. 89, Summer
Therapy can help manage depression, but in Manitoba, access to therapists is a concern No. 89, Summer
Health professionals report uncertainty over roles in RTW of workers with complex injuries No. 87, Winter
Paper on aging and MSDs draws on WHO framework No. 87, Winter
Effective workplace return-to-work interventions are multi-faceted: IWH review No. 87, Winter
Advocate and pioneer challenges all to erase stigma faced by workers with disabilities No. 86, Fall
Work disability research centre supports the development of new standard, and more No. 86, Fall
PREMUS 2016 brings together MSD prevention scientists and practitioners to share evidence No. 85, Summer
Disability leave duration rises with age, chronic conditions No. 85, Summer
Key differences found in return-to-work process for MSD and psychological claims No. 85, Summer
Monitoring progress key in implementing return-to-work program: IWH study No. 84, Spring
Depressive symptoms common in first 12 months after work injury No. 83, Winter
Employers and doctors often have uneasy relationship in return to work, study finds No. 83, Winter
PREMUS 2016 keynote speakers tackle leading-edge issues in MSD prevention No. 83, Winter
Workers’ compensation systems vary greatly in their medical assessment practices No. 80, Spring
Employer supports improve function and productivity of workers with arthritis No. 79, Winter
Newly adopted productivity measures help people with arthritis stay at work No. 77, Summer
Chronic conditions worsen outcomes for injured older workers, but not by much No. 76, Spring