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Articles by ‘SuperDoc’
Want positive results from your clients? Check your 'tude.
Gather round, I've got a story to tell - and it starts with a question...
We all know what happens to that which goes around (it comes around), so why do we sometimes forget that to get respect in the workplace, we have to give it too?
SuperDoc reminisces about his time in the Courts and asks whether judges see the broader consequences of their decisions.
Workers expect more from supervisors than supervisors are prepared to give - but training can build a RTW bridge!
Are stress management programs for managers the key to reducing stress claim costs?
If we can train good superheros (ahem - take yours truly for example) then surely we can train good supervisors.
There's no such thing as too many chefs in the problem-solving kitchen. Share for improved RTW.
SuperDoc talks you through celebrity gossip 101 - and unsheets the spooks of chronic pain
In which SuperDoc describes perplexing cases of ordinary and extraordinary patients falling down the rabbit hole of workers' comp
Looking at what does and doesn't work in other systems might seem futile - but comparisons can make for powerful lessons. Here are some I flew back with from the US.
SuperDoc applies lessons learnt about RSI in the 80s to the current "epidemic" of stress - and discovers anew that prevention is better than cure
'Self-efficacy' is more than just an odd-sounding word. Superdoc explains who needs self-efficacy skills - and why it's in your interest to help develop them.
Assisting difficult RTW is even harder when the treating practitioner doesn't have all the facts.
Job turnover in claims staff is high; if staff felt they could make a positive difference, they'd be more likely to hang around.
Financial rewards and KPIs as perverse incentives.
An investigation won't tell us what we usually need to know about back pain - so why do we often jump so quickly into it?
Our Superhero Superdoc is back on back pain and the importance of not being afraid of it.
Fear and back pain make a destructive combination - our local superhero talks about why.
A look at the issues surrounding work causation ... and the funny questions people ask superheros.
Partnerships between doctors and the workplace are worth working on.
Super Doc gives a super-spiel about the importance of listening - and saying no
On medical certificates, flexibility and common sense
Better than a blog - it's a monologue! Not the Great Decider, who is this guy?