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Seven “Principles” for Successful Return to Work
What do employers need to do to enhance a worker's return to work (RTW) after an injury or illness? These evidence-based guidelines have the answers. They are based on an IWH review of RTW studies, which identified the elements contributing to a successful return to work. This document is essential for all workplaces and RTW professionals. Source:
Strategies for rehabilitation professionals to move evidence-based knowledge into practice: A systematic review
Rationale: Rehabilitation clinicians need to stay current regarding best practices, especially since adherence to clinical guidelines can significantly improve patient outcomes. However, little is known about the benefits of knowledge translation interventions for these professionals. Objectives: To examine the effectiveness of single or multi-component knowledge translation interventions for improving knowledge, attitudes, and practice behaviors of rehabilitation clinicians. Methods: Systematic review of 7 databases conducted to identify studies evaluating knowledge translation inter­ven­tions...
Coping with chronic pain: Current advances and practical information for clinicians
Transferring knowledge and evidence from the pain psychology literature to all types of practitioners is one small but important step towards reducing the econom ic and personal cost of injuries. Through early iden ti?cation of at-risk clients, it may be possible to pre vent chronic pain from developing. Pain is a perception which is affected by physical, psychological and social factors, yet many health care professionals are only be ginning to consider the relative contributions of each of these elements. It is essential that clinicians under standing how a client's pain coping strategies...

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