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Return-to-Work Activities in a Chinese Cultural Context
Cheng, A. S., Loisel, P., Feuerstein, M. (2011). Return-to-Work Activities in a Chinese Cultural Context. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation , 21 (supplement 1): 44-54. (Accès limité) Introduction Several studies have been conducted in the West showing that return to work (RTW) coordination is a key element to facilitate RTW of injured workers and to prevent work disabilities. However, no study has been carried out to investigate the scope of RTW activities in China. The purpose of this study was to explore the views of key RTW stakeholders on necessary activities for RTW coordination...
Occupational Therapy Consultation for Case Managers in Community Mental Health: Exploring Strategies to Improve Job Satisfaction and Self-Efficacy
The purpose of this study was 2-fold: (1) to examine to what extent case managers' job satisfaction and self-efficacy were impacted by the addition of an occupational therapy consultation model and (2) to identify factors that both positively and negatively impacted the occupational therapy consultation services. Primary Practice Setting: The study was conducted at a mental health community support program in a local homeless center. Methodology and Sample: In a 2-year study, a mixed-methods design was used to study changes over time in job satisfaction and perceived self-efficacy among 14...
Musculoskeletal pain and treatment choice: an exploration of illness perceptions and choices of conventional or complementary therapies
This study explored experiences of receiving treatment for musculoskeletal pain (MSKP), particularly choices of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and/or conventional treatment, using the illness perception dimension of Leventhal's Self-Regulatory Model as the underpinning model within the broader biopsychosocial framework of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Method .A mixed-method study was conducted involving 17 people with MSKP. Data were collected in semi-structured interviews, using a phased approach that included the Brief Illness Perception...
Trust and vulnerability in doctor–patient relations in occupational health
Background The effectiveness of health care intervention depends heavily on the extent to which people trust the health care professionals with whom they come into contact. Therefore, to ensure effective health care, it is important to establish what factors influence patient perceptions of the trustworthiness of health care professionals. Aims To explore the relation between trust and vulnerability in the occupational doctor–patient relationship by considering two opposing hypotheses on factors influencing perceptions of trustworthiness. Methods An explorative, cross-sectional study design...

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