At Work archive

Article Issue
Probing the link between occupation and risk of suicide No. 61, Summer
Grant Round-up: IWH research gets the green light No. 61, Summer
Prevention team develops tool to measure leading indicators No. 61, Summer
Evidence summary shows what works in treating neck pain No. 61, Summer
Research noted at Legislative Assembly of Ontario No. 60, Spring
Leading work-health researchers to attend Toronto conference No. 60, Spring
Co-workers play an important, but sometimes “invisible” role in RTW No. 60, Spring
At issue: Comparing the costs of workers’ compensation in California and Canada No. 60, Spring
Shift work and health: What is the research telling us? No. 60, Spring
Picture this: Using visual symbols to identify MSD hazards No. 60, Spring
The big picture: Solving the “problem” of OHS in small business No. 59, Winter
Easy-to-use tool measures benefits and costs of OHS initiatives No. 59, Winter
Exploring complex issues to find return-to-work answers No. 59, Winter
OHS education and training promotes positive worker practices No. 59, Winter
The wide reach of IWH research No. 58, Fall
Grant round-up: IWH research to provide practical answers to OHS/RTW questions No. 58, Fall
Economic crisis taking toll on worker health, IWH research suggests No. 58, Fall
Nachemson lecture: Health and safety in small workplaces No. 58, Fall
Dyslexia linked to higher risk of work injury among youth No. 58, Fall
Study suggests ways to improve safety among hard-to-reach, out-of-school young workers No. 57, Summer
Workplace program speeds return of workers with low-back injuries No. 57, Summer
Ergonomics case study: Car parts manufacturer realizes benefits of PE program No. 57, Summer
Community-based research explores impact of job injuries on workers’ lives No. 57, Summer
Mental health and injured workers: Depressive symptoms linked to delayed work-returns No. 56, Spring
IWH briefing explores business cycles and workers’ compensation No. 56, Spring