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Interventions ergonomiques pour prévenir les troubles musculo-squelettiques des membres supérieurs et du cou liés au travail chez les employés de bureau
Les troubles musculo‐squelettiques (TMS) des membres supérieurs et du cou liés au travail sont l'un des troubles professionnels les plus courants au monde. Des études ont montré que le pourcentage d'employés de bureau souffrant de TMS varie de 20 à 60 pour cent. Les coûts directs et indirects des TMS des membres supérieurs liés au travail sont élevés en Europe, en Australie et aux États‐Unis. Bien que les interventions ergonomiques soient susceptibles de réduire le risque que les employés de...
Return to Work in Employees on Sick Leave due to Neck or Shoulder Pain
A Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Multidisciplinary and Brief Intervention with One-Year Register-Based Follow-Up Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of a multidisciplinary intervention (MDI) compared to a brief intervention (BI) with respect to return to work (RTW), pain and disability in workers on sick leave because of neck or shoulder pain. Methods: 168 study participants with sickness absence for 4–16 weeks due to neck or shoulder pain were enrolled in a hospital-based clinical study and randomized to either MDI or BI. The primary outcome was RTW obtained by...
Return to work after vocational rehabilitation for sick-listed workers with long-term back, neck and shoulder problems
A follow-up study of factors involved BACKGROUND: Absence from work due to musculoskeletal disorders is a significant problem from a number of perspectives, and there is a great need to identify factors that facilitate return to work (RTW). OBJECTIVE: To identify factors related to RTW after vocational rehabilitation for sick-listed workers with long-term back, neck and/or shoulder problems, and to compare the results with those from a previous literature review based on studies from 1980 to 2000. METHODS: A literature review based on studies published 2001–2014 in PubMed, CINAHL, EMBASE...
Manual therapy for tension-type headache related to quality of work life and work presenteeism
Secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial OBJECTIVE: The objective of this research is to evaluate the efficacy of manual therapy for tension-type headache (TTH) in restoring workers quality of work life, and how work presenteeism affects this relation. DESIGN: This study is a secondary analysis of a factorial, randomized clinical trial on manual therapy interventions. Altogether, 80 patients (85% women) with TTH and without current symptoms of any other concomitant disease participated. INTERVENTIONS: An experienced therapist delivered the treatment: myofascial inhibitory technique ...
How can a brief intervention contribute to coping with back pain?
A focus group study about participants' expériences Background: Our aim was to explore how individuals who had participated in a brief back and neck pain intervention perceived connections between the intervention and their subsequent coping. Methods: Three focus group discussions were conducted with a sample of ten employees aged 20–67 years, who had participated in a brief intervention for back and neck pain, perceived the intervention as helpful and had returned or remained at work subsequent to the intervention. Participants were invited to share stories of how the intervention...
Are work disability prevention interventions effective for the management of neck pain or upper extremity disorders?
A systematic review by the Ontario Protocol for Traffic Injury Management (OPTIMa) Collaboration Purpose We conducted a systematic review to critically appraise and synthesize literature on the effectiveness of work disability prevention (WDP) interventions in workers with neck pain, whiplash-associated disorders (WAD), or upper extremity disorders. Methods We searched electronic databases from 1990 to 2012. Random pairs of independent reviewers critically appraised eligible studies using the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network criteria. Scientifically admissible studies were summarized...
A prospective cohort study on severe pain as a risk factor for long-term sickness absence in blue- and white-collar workers
Andersen, Lars Louis et al. (2011). A prospective cohort study on severe pain as a risk factor for long-term sickness absence in blue- and white-collar workers. Occuputional and Environmental Medicine , 68 : 590-592. Source: http://oem.bmj.com/content/68/8/590.abstract Objective To estimate the impact of pain in different body regions on future long-term sickness absence (LTSA) among blue- and white-collar workers. Method Prospective cohort study in a representative sample of 5603 employees (the Danish Work Environment Cohort Study) interviewed in 2000, and followed in 2001–2002 in a national...
Responsiveness of the QuickDASH and SF-12 in Workers with Neck or Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders: One-Year Follow-Up
Fan, Z. Joyce et al. (2011). Responsiveness of the QuickDASH and SF-12 in Workers with Neck or Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders: One-Year Follow-Up. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation , 21(2): 234-243. (Accès limité) Introduction Questionnaires that measure functional status such as the Disability of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand (QuickDASH) and the Medical Outcomes Study 12-item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-12) can quantify the impact of health on performance. Little is known about whether these questionnaires can be used as a tool for measuring disabilities among workers...

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