At Work archive

Article Issue
Over-qualified recent immigrant men at increased risk of job injury No. 70, Fall
Understanding western Canada's high risk of work injury No. 70, Fall
Breakthrough change: Finding and describing firms that make large OHS improvements No. 70, Fall
The mouse that roared: Quivering mouse may reduce shoulder pain No. 70, Fall
Fall symposium addresses injury prevention and financial incentives No. 70, Fall
Nachemson lecture: Keeping pace with the changing world of work No. 70, Fall
Change with the times: Chronic conditions hint at the need for tailored injury prevention efforts No. 69, Summer
Temp agency workers falling through cracks in OHS system No. 69, Summer
Training promotes safer practices No. 69, Summer
Study finds persistence of higher injury risk for new workers No. 69, Summer
New IWH senior scientist highlights chronic disease No. 69, Summer
Show and tell: Visual symbols inform vulnerable workers about MSDs No. 69, Summer
Case management potential area for return-to-work improvement No. 68, Spring
Grant round-up: IWH research aims for practical results No. 68, Spring
Experience rating focuses on post-injury practices, IWH study suggests No. 68, Spring
Getting back on the horse: Return to work has beneficial effect on health No. 68, Spring
Research 101: Disseminating findings No. 68, Spring
The impact of the recession on workers’ compensation claims No. 68, Spring
What’s next for RAACWI? No. 68, Spring
Hot off the presses...and into the hands of practitioners No. 67, Winter
Reducing presenteeism through workplace health promotion programs No. 67, Winter
Message from the president: Listening to stakeholders about research priorities No. 67, Winter
Fast but finite: Complementary and alternative therapies No. 67, Winter
Driven by data: The promising impact of research on policy No. 67, Winter
Increasing psychological demands elevate risk of depression No. 67, Winter