At Work archive

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Unemployment benefits linked to lower mortality rates over 10 years: IWH study No. 106, Fall
IWH hosts new program to mentor Ontario’s frontline doctors in occupational medicine No. 105, Summer
Claim suppression study in B.C. finds under-claiming of work injury to be common No. 104, Spring
COVID-19: Challenges and opportunities in OHS and social security highlighted at global session No. 102, Fall
Workers exposed to common hazards more likely to report their injuries: IWH study No. 101, Summer
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
Progress seen in occupational disease prevention, but data still lacking: speaker No. 95, Winter
Seeking broad input on a pan-Canadian strategy to improve work choices for people with disabilities No. 95, Winter
Family members play important but unacknowledged role in injury aftermath No. 91, Winter
National conference on disability and work offered sweeping overview of complex issues No. 91, Winter
Proving mental illness diagnosis, duration a challenge for income support programs No. 89, Summer
New World Health Organization guidelines on rehabilitation tap into Institute synthesis No. 88, Spring
Health professionals report uncertainty over roles in RTW of workers with complex injuries No. 87, Winter
Work disability research centre supports the development of new standard, and more No. 86, Fall
Experience rating design differences lead to different outcomes in Ontario and B.C. No. 86, Fall
Advocate and pioneer challenges all to erase stigma faced by workers with disabilities No. 86, Fall
Key differences found in return-to-work process for MSD and psychological claims No. 85, Summer
Employers and doctors often have uneasy relationship in return to work, study finds No. 83, Winter
Research key to finding way forward during WSIB reform: Nachemson speaker No. 82, Fall
Workers’ comp benefits keep poverty low among permanently impaired workers and their families, study by IWH finds No. 81, Summer
IWH research plays key role in shaping WSIB policies that led to better outcomes No. 80, Spring
Workers’ compensation systems vary greatly in their medical assessment practices No. 80, Spring
Work disability puts people at risk of premature death, study finds No. 79, Winter
Premium rates, work demands play role in whether injuries involve time loss No. 79, Winter