A synthesis of qualitative research exploring the barriers to staying in work with chronic musculoskeletal pain.

@article{Toye2016ASO,
  title={A synthesis of qualitative research exploring the barriers to staying in work with chronic musculoskeletal pain.},
  author={Francine Toye and Kate Seers and Nick Allcock and Michelle Briggs and Eloise C.J. Carr and Karen T. Barker},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation},
  year={2016},
  volume={38 6},
  pages={
          566-72
        }
}
PURPOSE Qualitative research can help to advance our understanding, management and prevention of work disability. Our aim was to integrate qualitative research findings in order to increase our understanding of barriers to stay in work with chronic pain. METHODS We searched five electronic bibliographic databases until September 2012, supplemented by citation tracking and hand-searching. We used meta-ethnography to synthesis our findings. Central to meta-ethnography is identifying “concepts… CONTINUE READING
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