Workplace Health and Safety
Preventing Workplace Injury and Illness
Promoting Healthy Working Environments
Assessing and Measuring Workplace Safety
Preventing Musculoskeletal Injury
Maintaining Mental Health and Wellbeing
OHS Leading Indicators
This research team is developing a new method for predicting health and safety performance within Victorian workplaces. Their approach shifts focus away from past safety records, and onto current preventative measures.
Recovery and Return to Work
Factors Affecting Return to Work
Recovering with a Mental Health Condition or Persistent Pain
Role of Primary Care in Recovery
Improving Acute Care After Injury
Certificate of Capacity
Could RTW rates be improved if GPs shifted their emphasis away from what injured workers can't do, and onto what they can? A team of researchers found out - and then redesigned the certificate that GPs issue to injured and ill workers.
Living with Brain or Spinal Cord Injury
Consequences of Spinal Cord and Brain Injury
Accommodation and Community Living
Disability Support Services
To ensure that they meet client requirements, researchers are reviewing the new living environments being built by the TAC through the Residential Independence Pty Ltd (RIPL) trust.
Compensation Systems and Processes
Improving Compensation Systems
Impact of Claims Processes on Recovery
Healthcare Practitioners and Providers
Health Effects of Compensation Systems (HECS)
This research analyses the growing theory that compensation processes may actually result in slower recovery and return to work outcomes. Is the so-called 'compensation effect' real?
Evidence, Data and Translation
Evidence Review Hub
Horizon Scanning is an innovative program of Evidence Reviews at ISCRR. This program produces a range of publications with an eye on the future of disability and health, to help organisations better prepare for opportunities and issues ahead.
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