The systematic reviews listed below are those conducted by research teams led by or including an Institute for Work & Health (IWH) researcher and conducted according to the methods developed by IWH's Systematic Review Program. Systematic reviews conducted by IWH researchers for Cochrane Back and Neck (CBN) are available from the CBN website.
Completed systematic reviews
Listed below are systematic reviews completed as part of IWH’s Systematic Review Program.
This systematic review set out to provide such information. Keeping the relevance and quality of studies in mind, it searched the research literature to look for successful interventions for managing depression in the workplace that were effective from an employer's point of view.
To find an answer, the Institute for Work & Health conducted a systematic review of studies of workplace-based health and safety interventions that also included an economic evaluation. An economic evaluation is a study in which a researcher or decision-maker assesses the costs and consequences of a particular intervention and its relevant alternatives. This review sought to answer the following question: What is the credible evidence that incremental investment in health and safety is worth undertaking?
Ongoing systematic reviews
Listed below are systematic reviews that are ongoing or completed so recently that findings are just beginning to emerge.