At Work archive

Article Issue
The crystal ball: Predicting return to work following low-back pain No. 66, Fall
The "watchful dose": Supporting doctors in the effort to reduce the harms of opioid prescribing No. 65, Summer
How workplace policies affect return to work No. 65, Summer
Tapping the tree of knowledge: How Jane Gibson bridged the research-to-action gap No. 65, Summer
The power of positive thinking: More evidence on patient expectations and return to work No. 65, Summer
The quest for greater flexibility: Creative innovations for workers with arthritis No. 65, Summer
Systematic review looks for KTE evaluation tools No. 65, Summer
Looking for good workplace injury stats? Try the emergency department No. 64, Spring
Five easy pieces: Easy-to-use tool helps predict back-pain outcomes No. 64, Spring
Assessing the adequacy of workers’ comp benefits for permanently disabled workers No. 64, Spring
Over-qualified immigrants at risk of poorer mental health No. 64, Spring
Immigrant worker safety: IWH develops OHS information tool for newcomers No. 64, Spring
Relationship trouble: The role of health-care providers in complex workers’ compensation claims No. 64, Spring
Are those who work shifts more at risk of work injury? No. 63, Winter
Cancer Care Ontario: How research evidence helped improve outcomes No. 63, Winter
Leading indicators may pinpoint positive differences in OHS practices No. 63, Winter
Thumbs down: MSK symptoms and hand-held devices No. 63, Winter
At issue: Income security for persons with disabilities in Canada No. 63, Winter
Investigating temporary employment in Canada No. 62, Fall
IWH snapshot: Twenty years in the making No. 62, Fall
How modified work affects disability outcomes in long-term care No. 62, Fall
Nachemson Lecture: Mark your calendars No. 62, Fall
IWH provides expertise to Ministry of Labour panel No. 62, Fall
Research findings from CARWH conference now online No. 61, Summer
New Canadian guideline released on opioid use for chronic non-cancer pain No. 61, Summer