2018-09-01 12:00 - Messages

Étude des qualités psychométriques de l’Outil d’identification de la situation de handicap au travail (OISHT) utilisé auprès de travailleurs ayant un trouble musculosquelettique ou un trouble mental courant

L'outil d'identification de la situation de handicap au travail (OISHT) consiste en une entrevue structurée qui a été développée pour aider les cliniciens à identifier de façon systématique les facteurs liés à l'incapacité au travail. L'OISHT est un des rares outils disponibles en réadaptation pour la clientèle en phase chronique d'incapacité au travail. Il tient compte de l'influence de différents systèmes (personnel, santé, travail, indemnisation) et a été élaboré pour les deux principales problématiques de santé associées à l'incapacité au travail, soit les troubles musculosquelettiques (TMS) et les troubles mentaux courants (TMC).
L'objectif de cette étude visait la validation de l'OISHT auprès de personnes absentes du travail, en raison de TMS ou de TMC. Plus précisément, il s'agissait de décrire les qualités psychométriques suivantes de l'OISHT : 1) la validité de construit, 2) la cohérence interne, 3) la fidélité interjuges et 4) la validité convergente.

Source: http://www.irsst.qc.ca/publications-et-outils/publication/i/101007/n/outil-identification-de-la-situation-handicap-au-travail-oisht-trouble-musculosquelettique-trouble-mental-courant

Workplace Social System and Sustained Return-to-Work: A Study of Supervisor and Co-worker Supportiveness and Injury Reaction

Objective: To examine the impact of the social workplace system on sustained return-to-work (SRTW). Methods: A random sample of workers' compensation claimants was recruited to complete a survey following claim acceptance (baseline), and 6 months later (time 2). SRTW, at baseline and time 2, was classified as those reporting being back at work for >28 days. Co-worker and supervisor support were assessed using five and seven items, respectively, and total scores were produced. A list of potential supervisory and co-worker reactions were presented to participants who were asked whether the reaction applied to them; response were coded as positive or non-positive. Demographic and injury characteristics, and work context factors were collected. Baseline and at time 2 multivariable models were conducted to examine the impact of supervisory and coworker support and injury reaction on SRTW. Results: 551 (baseline) and 403 (time 2) participants from the overall cohort met study eligibility criteria. At baseline, 59% of all participants indicated SRTW; 70% reported SRTW at time 2. Participants reported moderate support from their supervisor (mean = 8.5 ± 3.9; median = 8.2; range = 5–15) and co-workers (mean = 10.2 ± 4.5; median = 10.3; range = 5–25). Over half reported a positive supervisor (59%) or co-worker injury reaction (71%). Multivariable models found that a positive supervisor injury reaction was significantly associated with SRTW at baseline (OR 2.3; 95% CI 1.4–3.9) and time 2 (OR 1.6; 95% CI 1.1–2.3). Conclusions: Promoting supervisor positivity towards an injured worker is an important organizational work disability management strategy.

Source: Jetha, A., LaMontagne, A. D., Lilley, R., Hogg-Johnson, S., Sim, M. et Smith, P. (2018). Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 28(3), 486-494.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10926-017-9724-z

Abonnement courriel

Messages récents

Catégories

Méthodes et types d’études

Mots-Clés (Tags)

Blogoliste

Archives