Presentations at EPICOH 2019

April 2019: PWHS researchers are giving presentations on geographical differences in return to work, precarious work, OHS certification, and work disability differences by gender and immigration status at EPICOH, the International Symposium on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, April 29 to May 2, in Wellington, New Zealand.

Tuesday, April 30

Does region of residence matter for return-to-work after work-related injury? A comparative analysis of six Canadian workers’ compensation jurisdictions
Robert Macpherson, PWHS Research Associate

Wednesday, May 1

Precarious work and precarious lives: An analysis of the association between employment relationships and access to social and health benefits
Mieke Koehoorn, PWHS Co-Director

Thursday, May 2

Effectiveness of an audit-based occupational health and safety management system certification on firm injury rates in Alberta, Canada
Chris McLeod, PWHS Co-Director

Gender, immigration status, and work disability for acute injuries
Mieke Koehoorn, PWHS Co-Director

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