Robert Aurbach


Robert has a broad background in workers compensation.  Hailing from the US, Rob was involved with scheme development through his role as a lawyer. He has an extensive history as a contributor in multiple fields, both at the state and national level. He has a passion for the successful development and implementation of innovative strategic and tactical solutions and has been involved in the development of legal, regulatory and legislative frameworks in multiple jurisdictions.

His past engagements include the director of stakeholder collaboration at the Industry Engagement Centre for Personal Injury at Deakin University.

Articles by ‘Robert Aurbach’
Webinar recording: What works - Lessons from overseas

The most successful workers' compensation system in the world is one you haven't heard of.

Webinar recording: Using Disability Guidelines to assist return to work

Recent subscriber survey feedback highlighted the need for more advanced webinar topics and discussion. This webinar is suitable for intermediate to advanced levels of experience and long term...

It's what you know (that isn't so) that gets you in trouble

The American Medical Association's Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment were never intended for the just and fair determination of the impact of an injury on a particular person

Psychological claims: Part 1

Are you standing in your own way?

Psychological claims: Part 3

The history is not just a formality

Psychological claims: Part 4

Getting ready for psychological claims - change the story

Can we change workplace culture by the way we talk?

What if we change the language in the workplace?

Psychological claims: Part 2

Finding a model that makes sense of it all

Reducing disputes is child's play

Remember when you were a child? A sibling or playmate did some harm to you. What did you do? A parent or teacher most likely gave you exactly what you needed.

Video: It's time to say good-bye to brain drain

Rob Aurbach talks about the neuroplasticity, and the impact of negative messages on pain and return to work.