A quarterly publication of the Institute for Work & health

At Work

Issue 89

Summer 2017

In this issue

Lead Developing a contextual understanding of systematic review findings in OHS

Researchers from IWH and Memorial University develop a process to help users of workplace health and safety evidence answer the question, ‘Will it work here?’ 

Sidebar Therapy can help manage depression, but in Manitoba, access to therapists is a concern

Although review recommends cognitive behavioural therapy for depression at work, contextualization process highlights challenges in offering treatment

Standard article IWH study examines effect of Ontario’s mandatory OHS training on awareness

Ontario's mandatory OHS training linked with improved training uptake and improved OHS awareness among workers who participated in the training

Standard article Bridging program helps foreign-trained researcher tap into Canadian job market

IWH joins Access Alliance and McMaster University to create fellowship for researcher in work and health

Standard article Proving mental illness diagnosis, duration a challenge for income support programs

Policy design study finds common obstacles for Ontario’s ODSP and Australia’s equivalent

What researchers mean by... factor analysis

Factor analysis is a technique that helps researchers study a concept that cannot easily be measured

News IWH Updates

  • Safety climate, leadership in high-hazard sectors the focus of 2017 Nachemson lecture
  • What Researchers Mean By.... columns now in one collection