At Work archive

Article Issue
Message from the president: Listening to stakeholders about research priorities No. 67, Winter
A tough nut to crack: Understanding no-lost-time claims in Ontario No. 66, Fall
IWH tools in action No. 66, Fall
Health-Care Rx: Reducing work absences among Canadian nurses No. 66, Fall
Change is possible: Ontario youth WSIB claim rate declining No. 66, Fall
Researching workplace depression: Where to go from here No. 66, Fall
The crystal ball: Predicting return to work following low-back pain No. 66, Fall
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
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
Relationship trouble: The role of health-care providers in complex workers’ compensation claims No. 64, Spring
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
At issue: Income security for persons with disabilities in Canada No. 63, Winter
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
Investigating temporary employment in Canada No. 62, Fall