Current issue: At Work 105 (Summer 2021)
IWH is launching a two-year telementoring pilot program to build capacity among primary health-care providers in Ontario to treat occupational and environmental injuries and illnesses. Workers with both physical and mental health disabilities were the most worried about their jobs, health and finances during the early part of pandemic. Workers lacking minimum employment standards in their jobs are at increased risk of work injury, IWH study finds.
At Work is the flagship newsletter of the Institute for Work & Health. Published quarterly and available as a pdf or online, the newsletter includes engaging and lay-friendly articles reporting on the Institute’s latest research findings in the areas of work injury, illness and disability prevention. The newsletter also shares stories of how these findings are applied in practice, as well as the impact they are having on improving outcomes for workers, employers and policy-makers.