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A Biopsychosocial Perspective on the Management of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders
This article provides an overview of current literature about workplace-related musculoskeletal disorders from a biopsychosocial perspective. The authors conclude that disability management and early intervention efforts can only be meaningful within the context of targeted interventions, including mechanisms for psychosocial screening. In addition, they suggest that return to work should be considered an integral, rather than superficial, contribution to the rehabilitative process. Source: http://www.aaohnjournal.com/showAbst.asp?thing=62185
The Economic Impact of a Disability Prevention Program
We evaluated the effect of an employer- and clinic-based intervention on indemnity, medical, and workers compensation costs. The intervention was designed to improve communication and coordination of employer and physician efforts to help employees with work-related injuries to return-to-work. The research design was a quasi-experimental comparison of expenditures in treatment and control employers and clinics, controlling for differences in baseline expenditures and other characteristics of the subjects. We estimated that the employer and clinic interventions produced combined savings of $490...
Douleur chronique : comment la dépister et la prendre en charge?
La Haute Autorité de santé vient de publier des recommandations sur la prise en charge du syndrome douloureux chronique, suite à la demande formulée par la Société Française d'Etude et de Traitement de la Douleur (SFTED). Celles-ci visent principalement à atteindre plusieurs objectifs : identifier les patients souffrant de douleur chronique, définir son évaluation clinique, et préciser le parcours du patient en amont et en aval des structures spécialisées. http://www.neurologies.net/pathologies/contenu...
Designing a workplace return-to-work program for occupational low back pain: an intervention mapping approach
Despite over 2 decades of research, the ability to prevent work-related low back pain (LBP) and disability remains elusive. Recent research suggests that interventions that are focused at the workplace and incorporate the principals of participatory ergonomics and return-to-work (RTW) coordination can improve RTW and reduce disability following a work-related back injury. Workplace interventions or programs to improve RTW are difficult to design and implement given the various individuals and environments involved, each with their own unique circumstances. Intervention mapping provides a framework...

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