The University of Queensland study of physical and psychological outcomes for claimants with minor and moderate injuries following a road traffic crash (UQ SuPPORT): design and methods

@inproceedings{Kenardy2014TheUO,
  title={The University of Queensland study of physical and psychological outcomes for claimants with minor and moderate injuries following a road traffic crash (UQ SuPPORT): design and methods},
  author={Justin A Kenardy and Michelle Heron-Delaney and N. W. Bellamy and Michele Sterling and Luke Brian Connelly},
  booktitle={European journal of psychotraumatology},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND To date research investigating how mental health impacts physical recovery following a road traffic crash (RTC) has focused on cohorts with severe injuries. The UQ SuPPORT study aims to study the physical and psychological outcomes of claimants with minor injuries following an RTC under the Queensland common law compulsory insurance scheme. OBJECTIVES This paper outlines the protocols of this study as a platform for future publications. METHODS The 2-year longitudinal cohort… CONTINUE READING
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