Early & safe return to work in construction

Key informant interviews, policy/practice review, and data analysis will identify sector-specific barriers/facilitators to successful RTW.

Work injury & disability duration across countries

Collaboration with researchers in Australia & New Zealand will enhance our understanding of workers’ compensation systems.

The difference gender makes

Men and women may experience different workers’ compensation and return to work outcomes based on gender and/or sex.
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Save the date! 2018 CARWH Conference

February 2018: The 10th Conference of the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health will take place between October 21 and 23, 2018 in Vancouver. Further details will be issued shortly.

Gender and sex differences in clinical epidemiology and evaluation – interesting discoveries to inform policy and practice

February 2018: Mieke Koehoorn will present at C2E2 Rounds on Monday February 5, at noon. Details

Identifying return-to-work trajectories using sequence analysis

January 2018: Our study on associations between different work-related musculoskeletal disorders and return to work trajectories found that workers with back strains were more likely to have early, sustained return to work trajectories.

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