At Work archive

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IWH study finds 7 in 10 injured workers still experience pain more than a year after injury
New initiative ‘skills up’ employers to hire, promote, support workers with disabilities No. 109, Summer
How government funding can best support the employment of persons with disabilities No. 108, Spring
Poor interactions with case managers linked with risk of mental illness later on No. 107, Winter
Study probes factors behind poorer health, lower employment in injured workers’ post-claim experience No. 106, Fall
COVID worries highest among workers with both physical, mental health disabilities No. 105, Summer
IWH hosts new program to mentor Ontario’s frontline doctors in occupational medicine No. 105, Summer
Education, type of work lessen pandemic job loss in youths with rheumatic diseases No. 104, Spring
Impact of COVID, and signs of progress, in the spotlight at disabilities and work conference No. 103, Winter
People’s reasons for disclosing episodic disabilities linked to support they receive No. 103, Winter
Cochrane back group earns high praise for its rigorous systematic reviews No. 102, Fall
Depressive symptoms in people with arthritis linked to lower employment rates No. 102, Fall
Workplaces face many complex challenges when managing episodic disabilities: study No. 101, Summer
Poorer post-injury experiences lead to worse RTW outcomes for psychological claimants No. 99, Winter
Strategy launched for greater workforce inclusion of people with disabilities No. 99, Winter
What research can do: IWH researchers help MPs examine episodic disabilities and work issues No. 98, Fall
Claimants’ perceptions of fair treatment linked to lower odds of poor mental health No. 98, Fall
Program raised workplace mental health awareness, but not likelihood of policy No. 98, Fall
Addressing communication issues faced by supervisors, case managers key to well-run RTW process No. 98, Fall
Understanding employment patterns among older workers in four countries No. 98, Fall
Despite pain and fatigue, older workers with chronic conditions want to work to age 65 No. 97, Summer
Boomers with and without chronic conditions have similar needs for workplace supports No. 95, Winter
Supported job placements help young adults with disabilities find work: review No. 95, Winter
Seeking broad input on a pan-Canadian strategy to improve work choices for people with disabilities No. 95, Winter
What research can do: Drawing on IWH’s Seven ‘Principles’ in return-to-work policies, practices No. 94, Fall