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Factors affecting RTW following acute low-back pain
Steenstra, Ivan et coll. (2012). Factors affecting RTW following acute low-back pain. Institute for Work & Health (IWH) Sommaire d'une recension des écrits sur les déterminants du retour au travail chez les personnes souffrant de lombalgies aigues. Although most workers with acute low-back pain (i.e. pain for up to six weeks) return to work following a relatively straightforward path, anywhere from one-fifth to one-third go on to suffer chronic low-back pain (i.e. pain for longer than three months). This results in potentially lengthy absences from work. This systematic review...
The 11-item workplace organizational policies and practices questionnaire (OPP-11): examination of its construct validity, factor structure, and predictive validity in injured workers with upper-limb disorders
Background Reliable and valid measurement of workplace organizational policies and practices (OPPs) is needed to evaluate their influences on the prevention and management of occupational injuries. Methods Injured workers (n = 614) attending an upper-limb specialty clinic operated by the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of Ontario were recruited for a 1-year study. The OPP-11, completed at baseline, was examined for scaling properties (floor/ceiling effects, internal consistency, and item-convergent/discriminant validity), construct validity, and factor structure. Predictive validity for...
Évaluation de l’implantation et de l’impact du programme PRÉVICAP
Les lésions musculo-squelettiques (LMS) constituaient 37,3 % des maladies professionnelles indemnisées au Québec en 2000, occasionnant ainsi 40,7 % des sommes déboursées, soit près de 170 millions de dollars. Vu la situation, la CSST souhaite obtenir une évaluation scientifique de l'implantation du programme de réadaptation PRÉVICAP, actuellement à l'essai dans quatre régions. Les chercheurs étudieront la capacité de ce programme à répondre aux besoins des travailleurs risquant une incapacité...
Recovery Expectations Predict Recovery in Workers With Back Pain but Not Other Musculoskeletal Conditions
Study Design: Prospective cohort study. Objective: We examined whether recovery expectations predict future return-to-work in workers filing injury claims for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Summary of Background Data: Recovery expectations seem to influence recovery and return-to-work after back pain, but their role in other compensable conditions is uncertain. Methods: All workers' compensation claimants receiving time-loss benefits for a musculoskeletal condition and undergoing return-to-work assessment were enrolled. Claimants completed a work-related recovery expectations questionnaire...
Return to work: The predictive value of the Worker Role Interview (WRI) over two years
Worker Role Interview (WRI) is an assessment tool designed to identify psychosocial and environmental factors which influence a person's ability to return to work. The purpose of this study was to investigate if the Worker Role Interview (WRI) can predict return to work over a period of two years. Fifty three long-term sick-listed people were interviewed and rated with the WRI. Differences in ratings and the ability of WRI to correctly predict whether these people would fall into the working or non-working groups at 6, 12 and 24 month follow-ups were tested by Mann--Whitney test and logistic...

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