Monday 10th September 2012
References for this edition of Sharing good practice.
References for part one - Vocational rehabilitation: building work into a care plan
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References for part two - Evidence base
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3. Kennedy F, Haslam C, Munir F et al. Returning to work following cancer: a qualitative exploratory study into the experience of returning to work following cancer. European Journal of Cancer Care. 2007; 16: 17–25.
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9. MacEachen E, Clarke J, Franche RL et al. Systematic review of the qualitative literature on return to work after injury. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health. 2006; 32(4): 257–269.
10. Franche RL, Krause N. Readiness for return to work following injury or illness: conceptualising the interpersonal impact of healthcare, workplace and insurance factors. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 2002; 12(4): 233–256.
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14. Bains M, Yarker J, Amir Z et al. Helping cancer survivors return to work : what providers tell us about the challenges in assisting cancer patients with work questions. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 2011; 2011; Published online 26 August 2011. DOI: 10.1007/s10926-011-9330-4.
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References for part three - Policy
1. Department for Work and Pensions, the Department of Health and the Health and Safety Executive. Health, work and well-being – caring for our future. 2005.
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3. Department for Work and Pensions. Universal Credit: welfare that works. November 2010.