Dr Wyatt explains how problems with agency, explanation deficits, delays and disputes, over-medicalisation and failure to deal with distress and whole, complex people (rather than just their medical problems) derail health outcomes in workers' comp.
Thousands of best-practice articles and time-saving tips, tools and training resources for those engaged in improving outcomes for injured or ill employees
Friendly telephone contact from laypeople with no psychological training alleviates loneliness, depression and anxiety in housebound adults, giving employers more incentive to stay in touch with workers who are off work due to injury or illness.
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Professor Peter O'Sullivan from Curtin University, discusses why current approaches do not improve outcomes and examines what needs to change.
Workers with healthy lifestyles have less sick leave and higher work ability than those who smoke, eat poorly, exercise little and are overweight.