What do we know about how workers access, understand and engage with information about workers compensation, return to work and health literacy? A recent report commissioned by Safe Work Australia sheds light on this.
Thousands of best-practice articles and time-saving tips, tools and training resources for those engaged in improving outcomes for injured or ill employees
A ‘recovering interventional spine physiatrist’ makes the case for spine clinicians paying more attention to what patients know and say about their low back pain.
Dr Mary Wyatt introduces the Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine's recently-launched policy on work injury scheme design and explores some practical approaches to improve how our schemes operate.
Misunderstandings and mistaken beliefs about the diagnosis and management of degenerative conditions in the cervical spine are common and can influence clinical outcomes. This makes effective communication even more important.
A study from the Institute for Work and Health provides 5 strategies you can use to effectively communicate with workers about RTW.