April 2012: We are now recruiting participants for a study about mesothelioma compensation.
March 2012: New data from WorkSafeBC are now available for researchers.
December 2011: Featuring our research on cancer surveillance and compensation, work-related injuries, and the use of linked occupational health data.
Do private clinics or expedited fees reduce disability duration for injured workers following knee surgery?
A new article in Healthcare Policy reports that workers who received expedited surgery in public hospitals had the shortest disability duration.
HiddenKiller.ca reflects the efforts of WorkSafeBC to raise awareness about the potential deadly effects of asbestos exposure in BC workplaces.
March 2011: WorkSafeBC’s Board of Directors approved the renewal of Partnership funding for five years.
Mar 10, 2011, marked the annual Research Day for the WorkSafeBC-CHSPR Partnership. Research Day was an excellent opportunity for the UBC-based researchers to share research successes and interact with WorkSafeBC staff. More details and the plenary presentation are here.
November 2010: Featuring our research on work-related lung disease and cancer, work-related injuries, and the access, development, and linkage of administrative data.
In May 2010, the Partnership held a workshop in Vancouver to exchange knowledge and develop priorities around asbestos-related disease in BC.