II. Do chronic pain patients' perceptions about their preinjury jobs differ as a function of worker compensation and non-worker compensation status?

@article{Rosomoff1995IIDC,
  title={II. Do chronic pain patients' perceptions about their preinjury jobs differ as a function of worker compensation and non-worker compensation status?},
  author={Hubert L. Rosomoff and David A. Fishbain and Robert Brian Cutler and Renee Steele-Rosomoff},
  journal={The Clinical journal of pain},
  year={1995},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={279-86}
}
OBJECTIVES (1) To demonstrate a relationship between intent to return to preinjury job and preinjury job perceptions about that job; and (2) to demonstrate that worker compensation chronic pain patients (WC CPPs) would be more likely than non-worker compensation chronic pain patients (NWC CPPs) not to intend to return to a preinjury type of job because of preinjury job perceptions. STUDY DESIGN The relationship between preinjury job perceptions and intent to return to the preinjury job was… CONTINUE READING

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