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Guide soutenir le retour au travail et favoriser le maintien en emploi
Faciliter le retour au travail d'un employé à la suite d'une absence liée à un problème de santé psychologique Ce guide a été conçu pour vous aider à élaborer une démarche d'accompagnement et de soutien au retour au travail d'un employé à la suite d'une absence liée à un problème de santé psychologique, afin de faciliter son rétablissement et son retour au travail. Il s'agit d'un outil pratique, qui allie l'accompagnement individuel...
Maladies chroniques et travail : l'exemple danois du programme "Return To Work"
Les maladies chroniques évolutives posent un challenge majeur en matière de santé en Europe. Mais elles ont aussi un impact substantiel sur le marché du travail et la vie professionnelle. Des actions sur l’organisation du travail peuvent pourtant être menées pour améliorer la situation des salariés et celle des entreprises. Le réseau Anact est l'opérateur pour la France d'un projet réunissant 18 pays de l'Union sur ce sujet. Retour d'expérience sur une initiative danoise Source : http://www...
Work Conditions, Recovery and Health: A Study among Workers within Pre-School, Home Care and Social Work
The study investigated the working conditions associated with the accumulation of stress and lack of recovery and how recovery is related to health. The study group was employed in pre-school, home care and social work (n = 193). Recovery was assumed to be an explanatory variable for the relations between work and health. The response rate on a survey was 79 per cent. Cluster analysis identified three groups: the ‘Recovered’ (36 per cent of the total group) and ‘Not Recovered’ (25 per cent) and the ‘In-between’ (39 per cent). The Not Recovered displayed the whole...
Return-to-work program for workers on sick leave due to common mental disorders
In case of long-term sick leave, gradually increasing workload appears to be an effective component of work-directed interventions to reduce sick leave due to common mental disorders (CMD). We developed an exposure-based return-to-work (RTW-E) intervention and evaluated the effect on time-to-full return to work (RTW) among workers who were on sick leave due to CMD in comparison to those treated with care-as-usual (CAU). CAU is guideline-directed and consists of problem-solving strategies and graded activities. The median time-to-full RTW differed significantly between groups [hazard ratio (HR)...
Return to work following disabling occupational injury – facilitators of employment continuation
Return to work following occupational injury is an important rehabilitation milestone; however, it does not mark the end of the return-to-work process. Following a return to the workplace, workers can experience difficulties that compromise their rehabilitation gains. Although there has been investigation of factors related to a return to the workplace, little attention has been paid to understanding what facilitates continued return-to-work success as this paper aims to do. Methods This study used data gathered during one-on-one telephone interviews with 146 people who experienced a work-related...
Disability Management Outcomes in the Ontario Long-Term Care Sector
Optimal disability management practices supporting early and safe return-to-work involve the workplace adoption of formal policies and procedures to ensure the quality of disability management outcomes. In the Canadian province of Ontario, there are approximately 60,000 health care workers in 600 licensed facilities providing long-term residential care to approximately 75,000 elderly residents. Workers in this sector are exposed to high biomechanical demands arising from care-giving tasks and have a substantial risk of work-related disability. Over the period 2000–2006, many long-term care...
Impact of Burnout and Psychosocial Work Characteristics on Future Long-Term Sickness Absence
titre complet: Impact of Burnout and Psychosocial Work Characteristics on Future Long-Term Sickness Absence. Prospective Results of the Danish PUMA Study Among Human Service Workers. Objectives: The objective of this study was to examine if burnout and psychosocial factors predicted long-term sickness absence (>2 weeks) at work unit level. Methods: Data were collected prospectively at 82-work units in human services (PUMA cohort, PUMA: Danish acronym for Burnout, Motivation and Job satisfaction) followed up during the proceeding 18 months regarding onset of long-term sickness absence. Questionnaire...
Seeking a balance between employment and the care of an ageing parent
A growing number of middle-aged people are engaged in informal care of their parents while employed. To provide support as employers, co-workers or staff, health care professionals need insight into the experiences of people managing these responsibilities. Aim:  To elucidate the experience of providing informal care to an ageing parent while managing the responsibilities of a working life. Methods:  Narrative interviews were performed with 11 persons with experience of the phenomenon. Transcribed interviews were analysed with phenomenological hermeneutics. Ethics:  Informed consent...
Influence of Health and Work on Early Retirement
Objective: The influence of health and work on early retirement and incentives for longer working were determined. Methods: A systematic review was conducted of longitudinal studies on factors for nondisability early retirement. Besides, seven focus group interviews ( n = 32) were conducted about reasons for planning retirement early and incentives to stay longer in work among workers with poor and excellent work ability. Results: Eight longitudinal studies showed that important factors for early retirement were poor health, being single, high physical work demands, high work pressure, low job...
Psychosocial work environment and stress-related disorders, a systematic review
Background Knowledge on the impact of the psychosocial work environment on the occurrence of stress-related disorders (SRDs) can assist occupational physicians in the assessment of the work-relatedness of these disorders. Aims To systematically review the contribution of work-related psychosocial risk factors to SRDs. Methods A systematic review of the literature was carried out by searching Medline, PsycINFO and Embase for studies published up until October 2008. Studies eligible for inclusion were prospective cohort studies or patient–control studies of workers at risk for SRDs. Studies...
Follow-up of neck and shoulder pain among sewing machine operators: The Los Angeles garment study
BACKGROUND: The aim of the present study is to explore factors affecting or modifying self-reported neck/shoulder pain in sewing machine operators. METHODS: We investigated self-report neck/shoulder pain in 247 workers who participated in a 4-month prospective intervention study for musculoskeletal disorders. All participants were immigrants. We examine the influence of individual and work-related factors on changes in neck/shoulder pain during follow-up employing linear mixed models with time-spline functions. RESULTS: We observed a dramatic decline (72%) in self-reported pain intensity in the...

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