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Only a vague picture existed of why some claims become complex and costly while others do not. This study identified determinants of complex claims experiences in the context of health care, employment, return to work, and retraining experience. It details how work disability policies have evolved with jurisdictions, why these take their current shape, and where they are heading. Studies of how return to work is carried out in workplaces have shown how informal interaction in workplaces can foster or hinder the reintegration of workers following a workplace injury or illness. Read the evaluation of the guide here.

Ellen MacEachen Editor with editing and layout support from Dr. However, the reality has been more complex. See a YouTube presentation here. We also conducted an evaluation of how the guide is useful to different kinds of stakeholders.

This study identified determinants of

The promise of activation-oriented work disability policies was labour market engagement for all people, regardless of illness, injury or impairment. The scoping review database is available here. They not only consider research evidence, but also realities of implementation, budgets, and political favour. International studies of return to work In Finland, early return to work policies are only recently emerging.

We found idealist return to work policies help to set the stage for these problems. International Contexts This book focuses on the science and politics of work disability systems. The well positioned authors draw on their insider knowledge and expertise in law, medicine, and social science to provide detailed case studies of their jurisdictions.

Only a vague picture existed