Further Validation of a Measure of Injury-Related Injustice Perceptions to Identify Risk for Occupational Disability: A Prospective Study of Individuals with Whiplash Injury

@article{Scott2013FurtherVO,
  title={Further Validation of a Measure of Injury-Related Injustice Perceptions to Identify Risk for Occupational Disability: A Prospective Study of Individuals with Whiplash Injury},
  author={Whitney E Scott and Zina Trost and Maria Milioto and Michael L Sullivan},
  journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={557-565}
}
Purpose Emerging evidence suggests that perceptions of injustice negatively impact return to work following whiplash injury. The Injustice Experiences Questionnaire (IEQ) is a recently developed measurement tool that may be used to assess injury-related perceptions of injustice following injury. To date, although research has supported the predictive validity of the IEQ, a clinical cut off for interpreting this measure has not been established. Increased support for the validity and clinical… CONTINUE READING

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