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Occupational disorders and return to work: A randomized controlled study


Autor/in:

Bonde, Jens Peter; Rasmussen, Mette Skou; Hjollund, Henrik [u. a.]


Herausgeber/in:

European Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine


Quelle:

Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine (JRM), 2005, Volume 37 (Issue 4), Seite 230-235, Uppsala: Eigenverlag, ISSN: 1650-1977 (Print); 1651-2081 (Online)


Jahr:

2005



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Abstract:


Objective:

Goal setting and motivational factors are strongly associated with maintaining a job and return to work after sick leave, but research into the effects of interventions targeting these factors is limited. We conducted a randomized controlled study to examine the vocational effect of intervention focusing on motivation, goal setting and planning for return to work.

Design and methods:

Of 243 patients at risk of long-term sick leave or job dropout, 184 (76 %) provided complete baseline information for the study. After randomization to an intervention group (n=92) and a reference group (n=92), occupational physicians examined the participants in accordance with standard guidelines. The intervention group received additional support from a social worker in order to enhance goal setting, motivation and planning for return to work. After 1 year 163 participants (89 %) provided data on general health and employment status. The risk of not being gainfully employed was analysed by logistic regression analysis with adjustment for several covariates.

Results:

The intervention did not increase the likelihood of gainful employment after 1 year or reduce the average number of days of sick leave.

Conclusion:

A low-cost counselling program addressing motivation, goal setting and planning for return to work did not improve vocational outcomes or reduce sick leave among patients with work-related disorders.


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Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine (JRM)
Homepage: https://www.medicaljournals.se/jrm/

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Referenznummer:

R/ZA0087/0003


Informationsstand: 26.07.2005

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