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Accelerating the return to work (RTW) chances of coronary heart disease (CHD) patients: Part 2 - development and validation of a vocational rehabilitation programme


Autor/in:

Shrey, Donald E.; Mital, Anil


Herausgeber/in:

k. A.


Quelle:

Disability and Rehabilitation, 2000, Volume 22 (Number 13/14), Seite 621-626, London: Informa Healthcare, ISSN: 0963-8288 (Print); 1464-5165 (Online)


Jahr:

2000



Abstract:


Purpose:

This paper, part 2 of the two-part paper, reviews return-to-work outcomes among individuals with coronary heart disease, who participated in an experimental field study reported in part 1 of the two-part paper. Study results reflected specific job stressors associated with physical and mental demands among various job tasks. Trends suggest that personality characteristics commonly associated with ' type a' personalities and cardiac disease risk factors may also serve as positive forces that influence return-to-work activity.

Methods/Results:

Relatively high levels of job satisfaction were reported among most experimental subjects. Despite having high return-to-work expectations, these patients lacked specific strategies and resources to facilitate a concrete return to work action plan.

Conclusion:

The researchers conclude that it is essential for cardiac rehabilitation staff, when creating a return to work transition for their cardiac patients, to explore the physical and psychosocial dimensions of jobs, the receptivity of the employer, and the accommodations needed to promote a safe and timely return to work.


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Disability and Rehabilitation
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R/ZA0600


Informationsstand: 29.01.2004

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