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The webinar presentation will look at ‘self-efficacy’, a person-level concept that impacts return to work. Ollie Black will describe some of his research on self-efficacy in the return-to-work context, including how it can be measured and what factors predict levels of self-efficacy in individual workers. The presentation will finish off with a general discussion of how RTW practitioners may be able to apply some of Ollie's research findings.
Ollie Black recently finished his PhD at Monash University after previously working in Occupational Rehabilitation. His PhD research focused on the role of return-to-work self-efficacy in the return-to-work process and whether this role differed for workers who suffered a psychological versus musculoskeletal injury. Ollie has taken a Research Fellow position at Deakin University where he is now investigating primary and secondary prevention of work-stress among vulnerable working populations.
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