Return-to-Work Outcomes Following Work Disability: Stakeholder Motivations, Interests and Concerns

@article{Young2005ReturntoWorkOF,
  title={Return-to-Work Outcomes Following Work Disability: Stakeholder Motivations, Interests and Concerns},
  author={Amanda E Young and Radoslaw Wasiak and Richard R{\"o}\ssler and Kathryn M McPherson and Johannes R. Anema and Mireille N. M. van Poppel},
  journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={543-556}
}
Introduction: Satisfaction with return-to-work (RTW) outcomes is dependent on many factors, including a clear exposition of what people define as a “good outcome” and the information they use to determine if such an outcome has been achieved. This paper defines the key stakeholders involved in the RTW process and discusses the need to understand their motivations, interests, and concerns. Methods:A review of the literature and discussions with RTW researchers conducted by a multidisciplinary… CONTINUE READING

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