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Gender Influences on Return to Work Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
OBJECTIVE: To examine the influence of gender on the return to work experience of workers who had sustained a work-related mild traumatic brain injury (wrMTBI) DESIGN: Qualitative study using in-depth telephone interviews SETTING: Community living adults in Ontario, Canada PARTICIPANTS: Purposive sampling was used to recruit participants. Eligibility criteria were mild/moderate TBI diagnosis based on multidisciplinary assessment and workplace injury. Six males and six females with mild TBI participated INTERVENTIONS AND MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE(S): N/A RESULTS: Our findings suggest that gender impacts...
Maintaining a balance: a focus group study on living and coping with chronic whiplash-associated disorder
There is little qualitative insight into how persons with chronic whiplash-associated disorder cope on a day-to-day basis. This study seeks to identify the symptoms persons with whiplash-associated disorder describe as dominating and explore their self-initiated coping strategies. Methods: Qualitative study using focus groups interviews. Fourteen Norwegian men and women with whiplash-associated disorder (I or II) were recruited to participate in two focus groups. Data were analyzed according to a phenomenological approach, and discussed within the model of Cognitive Activation Theory of Stress...
Patients' experience of groups in outpatient mental health services and its significance for daily occupations
The prevalence of mental health problems such as depression and anxiety in the Swedish population is increasing and individuals' daily occupations are seriously affected. Occupational therapy groups have long been used in mental health services. Now, with the increase in the number of outpatients and the current principle of patients' participation there is a need for further knowledge of this group of patients' perspective on the method. The aim of this study was thus to explore how outpatients in mental health services experience treatment in occupational therapy groups and what significance...
Reducing MSD hazards in the workplace: A guide to successful participatory ergonomics programs
In participatory ergonomics (PE) programs, workers, supervisors and other workplace parties jointly identify and address work-related hazards. PE can help reduce low-back injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), resulting in fewer workers' compensation claims and lost days from work. This booklet, based on a systematic review by IWH researchers, outlines six key steps that have been shown to contribute to the success of a PE program. Source:
MSDsThe Impact of Health, Illness, Pain and Recovery-Strategy Representations on the Work Rehabilitation Process
Cette activité visait principalement à documenter les représentations de la maladie, de la santé et de la guérison qui influencent le processus de réadaptation de travailleurs affectés de troubles musculo-squelettiques (TMS) engagés dans une démarche de retour au travail. Les chercheurs ont recensé les cadres conceptuels existants et les outils de mesure à cet égard. Ils ont ensuite recueilli les témoignages de travailleurs absents du travail depuis plusieurs mois en raison d'un TMS. Le rapport situe...

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