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Early intervention and good communication: everyone's responsibilities. The top points from the Dr William Shaw interview.

Anna Kelsey-Sugg

Take a look at the ten main points to emerge from RTW Matters' interview with Dr William Shaw from the US's Centre for Disability Research, Liberty Mutual.

In an ideal world, with unlimited funds, Dr William Shaw, research scientist at the US’s Centre for Disability Research, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, would like to see return to work being facilitated jointly by a doctor, the worker and their supervisor, and the return to work coordinator together in one room to discuss the worker’s case; “to have the worker say, ‘Here are the things I think I can and c...

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