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Mansfield E, Stergiou-Kita M, Cassidy JD, Bayley M, Mantis S, Kristman V, et al.. Return-to-work challenges following a work-related mild TBI: the injured worker perspective. Brain InjuryBrain Inj. 2015;29(11):1362 - 1369.
Stupar M, Cote P, Beaton DE, Boyle E, Cassidy JD. Structural and construct validity of the Whiplash Disability Questionnaire in adults with acute whiplash-associated disorders. Spine JournalSpine J. 2015;15(11):2369 - 2377.
McGuire C, Kristman VL, Shaw W, Williams-Whitt K, Reguly P, Soklaridis S. Supervisor autonomy and considerate leadership style are associated with supervisors' likelihood to accommodate back injured workers. Journal of Occupational RehabilitationJ Occup Rehab. 2015;25(3):589 - 598.
Moore RA, Wiffen PJ, Eccleston C, Derry S, Baron R, Bell RF, et al.. Systematic review of enriched enrolment, randomised withdrawal trial designs in chronic pain: a new framework for design and reporting. Pain. 2015;156(8):1382 - 1395.
Stupar M, Cote P, Beaton DE, Boyle E, Cassidy JD. A test-retest reliability study of the whiplash disability questionnaire in patients with acute whiplash-associated disorders. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological TherapeuticsJ Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2015;38(9):629 - 636.
Mustard CA, Chambers A, Ibrahim S, Etches J, Smith P. Time trends in musculoskeletal disorders attributed to work exposures in Ontario using three independent data sources, 2004-2011. Occupational and Environmental MedicineOccup Environ Med. 2015;72(4):252 - 257.
Lal S, Urquhart R, Cornelissen E, Newman K, Van Eerd D, Powell BJ, et al.. Trainees' self-reported challenges in knowledge translation research and practice. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing. 2015;12(6):348 - 354.
Chambers A, Mustard CA, Etches J. Trends in needlestick injury incidence following regulatory change in Ontario, Canada (2004-2012): an observational study. BMC Health Services Research. 2015;15:127.
Kosny A, Brijnath B, Singh N, Allen A, Collie A, Ruseckaite R, et al.. Uncomfortable bedfellows: employer perspectives on general practitioners' role in the return-to-work process. Policy and Practice in Health and Safety. 2015;13(1):65 - 76.
Jetha A, Badley E, Beaton D, Fortin PR, Shiff NJ, Gignac MA. Unpacking early work experiences of young adults with rheumatic disease: an examination of absenteeism, job disruptions and productivity loss. Arthritis Care & ResearchArthritis Care Res (Hoboken). 2015;67(9):1246 - 1254.
Smith PM, LaMontagne AD. What is needed to make research on the psychosocial work environment and health more meaningful? Reflections and missed opportunities in IPD debates. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & HealthScand.J.Work.Environ.Health. 2015;41(6):594 - 596.
Senthanar S, Kristman VL, Hogg-Johnson S. Working and living in Northern vs Southern Ontario is associated with the duration of compensated time off work: a retrospective cohort study. The International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2015;6(3):144 - 154.
Milner A, Smith P, LaMontagne AD. Working hours and mental health in Australia: evidence from an Australian population-based cohort, 2001-2012. Occupational and Environmental MedicineOccup Environ Med. 2015;72(8):573 - 579.
Smith PM. Workplace climate, employee actions, work injury and structural equation modelling. Occupational and Environmental MedicineOccup Environ Med. 2015;72(7):465 - 466.
Smith PM, Berecki-Gisolf J. Age, occupational demands and the risk of serious work injury. Occupational Medicine. 2014;64(8):571 - 578.
Kosny A, MacEachen E, Lifshen M, Smith P. Another person in the room: using interpreters during interviews with immigrant workers. Qualitative Health Research. 2014;24(6):837 - 845.
Smith P, Bielecky A, Koehoorn M, Beaton D, Ibrahim S, Mustard C, et al.. Are age-related differences in the consequence of work injury greater when occupational physical demands are high?. American Journal of Industrial MedicineAm J Ind Med. 2014;57(4):438 - 444.
Smith PM, Black O, Keegel T, Collie A. Are the predictors of work absence following a work-related injury similar for musculoskeletal and mental health claims?. Journal of Occupational RehabilitationJ Occup Rehab. 2014;24(1):79 - 88.
McInnes JA, Clapperton AJ, Day LM, MacFarlane EM, Sim MR, Smith P. Comparison of data sets for surveillance of work-related injury in Victoria, Australia. Occupational and Environmental MedicineOccup Environ Med. 2014;71(11):780 - 787.
Doshi JK, Furlan AD, Lopes LC, DeLisa J, Battistella LR. Conferences and convention centres' accessibility to people with disabilities. Journal of Rehabilitation MedicineJ Rehabil Med. 2014;46(7):616 - 619.
Boot CR, Hogg-Johnson S, Bultmann U, Amick, III B, van der Beek AJ. Differences in predictors for return to work following musculoskeletal injury between workers with and without somatic comorbidities. International Archives of Occupational & Environmental Health. 2014;87(8):871 - 879.
Richards PAM, Smith PM, Winefield AH. Differences in the psychosocial work environment, engagement, and psychological health according to age. In: Dollard M, Bailey TS. The Australian workplace barometer: psychosocial safety climate and working conditions in Australia. Samford Valley, QLD: Australian Academic Press Group; 2014. pp. 111 - 132.
Busse JW, Bruno P, Malik K, Connell G, Torrance D, Ngo T, et al.. An efficient strategy allowed English-speaking reviewers to identify foreign-language articles eligible for a systematic review. Journal of Clinical EpidemiologyJ Clin Epidemiol. 2014;67(5):547 - 553.
Usher AM, Breslin C, MacEachen E, Koehoorn M, Laberge M, Laberge L, et al.. Employment and work safety among 12 to 14 year olds: listening to parents. BMC.Public Health. 2014;14(1):1021.
Stahl C, MacEachen E, Lippel K. Ethical perspectives in work disability prevention and return to work: toward a common vocabulary for analyzing stakeholders' actions and interactions. Journal of Business Ethics. 2014;120:237 - 250.