Our Vision: To improve the health and wellbeing of the Australian working population through research and applied evidence.

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Evidence

Since 2009, ISCRR has completed over 300 research projects for our partners. Browse our catalogues of publicly available research.

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For researchers

ISCRR provides researchers an opportunity to achieve real world impact through supporting decision makers to build evidence-based programs and policy.

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Working with us

We manage new research across the areas of injury prevention, compensation, recovery from injury, living with serious injury and returning to work. Contact us to discuss new projects.

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Dr Jimmy Twin joined approximately 2,000 participants from across the globe at ICOH 2024 (Marrakesh, Morocco). Dr Twin presented a poster titled ‘Impacts arising from workplace health and safety research for a government authority’ – presenting preliminary findings from an...
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Treating pain in Australia is a multi-billion dollar industry, which includes surgical interventions for treating persistent pain such as lower back pain. ISCRR has researched and authored several reports relating to the clinical effectiveness of current treatments for persistent pain,...
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Welcome to the May edition of the ISCRR newsletter, and what a hive of activity it has been! On April 1st, we celebrated our 15th year anniversary. We took a moment to appreciate some of our achievements since our inception,...
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ISCRR podcast

The ISCRR podcast showcases workplace health and safety research conducted by the Institute, and the work of our colleagues and partners. It’s a place for deeper discussions about how research can be applied in the real world. In this latest...
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Edwina Sekine At ISCRR, we like to show our appreciation for our talented ISCRR team members and their work. This month we are showcasing PhD candidate, Edwina Sekine. Edwina is currently undertaking a PhD examining the relationship between injury compensation...
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