Archived Articles

Our archive houses articles that relate to past events and conferences, as well as RTW results from years past.

Help create a Code of Ethics for Return to Work Co-ordinators

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

As we begin drafting a Code of Ethics to help return to work coordinators do their job, we...

UK's what, who and why of vocational rehab

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

A look at the UK College of Occupational Therapists' new paper, "Vocational rehabilitation: what...

Plentiful pay-offs: training RTW coordinators

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

Teresa Coffey is a manager with Nabenet, training in the area of RTW. She speaks from experience...

Workplace culture: what's everyone talking about?

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

What do we mean by "workplace culture"? How to make sure it's "good" and what does "good"...

Psychology, person injury and rehabilitation

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

When a worker is physically injured, it isn't just the body that suffers.

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

Of all Australian work-related injuries, a large percentage can be categorised as...

Positive steps towards a culture of collaboration in the UK

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

Returning to work is good for your health, and in the UK there is a collective voice that agrees.

Workers rally to fight WorkCover changes.

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

A newly established Adelaide group offers to provide support, counselling, guidance and a united...

Returning to a different work

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

In an interview with Wolfgang Zimmermann, Executive Director of NIDMAR, we learn the story of...

A wish-list for Australia's occupational rehabilitation system

contributorAnna Kelsey-Sugg

An interview with the Australian Rehabilitation Providers Association's Jane Monk.