Integrating Psychosocial and Behavioral Interventions to Achieve Optimal Rehabilitation Outcomes

  title={Integrating Psychosocial and Behavioral Interventions to Achieve Optimal Rehabilitation Outcomes},
  author={Michael L Sullivan and Michael Feuerstein and Robert Gatchel and Steven James Linton and Glenn S Pransky},
  journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation},
Introduction: Psychosocial factors are important contributors to work disability associated with musculoskeletal conditions. The primary objectives of this paper were 1) to describe different psychosocial interventions that have been developed to prevent prolonged work disability, and 2) to identify future research directions that might enhance the impact of programs targeting psychosocial risk factors for work disability. Methods: Selective review of scientific literature on psychosocial and… CONTINUE READING

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