Reduding disability and improving return to work: Where do we go from here?

Design Exchange, 2nd Floor
234 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario

Glenn Pransky
Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety

In this lecture, Dr. Pransky, who is the Director of the Center for Disability Research at Liberty Mutual Research Center for Safety and Health and whose research interests are in the areas of disability and outcome measurement particularly for work-related musculoskeletal disorders, talks about the current state of research aimed at reducing disability and improving return to work and the next steps.

About the Alf Nachemson Memorial Lecture

The annual Alf Nachemson Memorial Lecture honours the significant contribution of Dr. Alf Nachemson to the use of research evidence in clinical decision-making. Dr. Nachemson was a distinguished orthopaedic surgeon and researcher from Sweden, and a founding member of the Institute for Work & Health’s Scientific Advisory Committee.  The lectureship is awarded to a prominent national or international individual who has made a significant and unique contribution to evidence-based practice or policy-making in the prevention of work-related injury, illness or disability.