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Are workplace factors associated with employee alcohol use? The WIRUS cross-sectional study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): BMJ open [BMJ Open] 2022 Oct 13; Vol. 12 (10), pp. e064352. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Oct 13.

Abstract: Objectives: Sociodemographic predictors of employee alcohol use are well established in the literature, but knowledge about associations between workplace factors and alcohol use is less explored. The aim of this study was to explore whether workplace ...

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Willingness to Participate in Alcohol Prevention Interventions Targeting Risky Drinking Employees. The WIRUS Project.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Frontiers in public health [Front Public Health] 2021 Jun 25; Vol. 9, pp. 692605. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Jun 25 (Print Publication: 2021).

Abstract: Background: The extent to which eligible individuals in a target population are willing to participate in interventions is important when evaluating the efficacy of public health interventions. Objectives: As part of a process evaluation of an ongoing ...

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Horizontal return to work coordination was more common in RTW programs than the recommended vertical coordination. The Rapid-RTW cohort study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): BMC health services research [BMC Health Serv Res] 2019 Oct 26; Vol. 19 (1), pp. 759. Date of Electronic Publication: 2019 Oct 26.

Abstract: Background: In return-to-work (RTW) programs, coordinators are often provided in order to integrate services. However, models of coordinating services vary widely internationally, and across different programs, where one distinction is between vertical...

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The association between having a coordinator and return to work: the rapid-return-to-work cohort study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): BMJ open [BMJ Open] 2019 Feb 18; Vol. 9 (2), pp. e024597. Date of Electronic Publication: 2019 Feb 18.

Abstract: Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess if the reported provision of a coordinator was associated with time to first return to work (RTW) and first full RTW among sick-listed employees who participated in different rapid-RTW programmes in Norwa...

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Who among patients with acquired brain injury returned to work after occupational rehabilitation? The rapid-return-to-work-cohort-study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Disability and rehabilitation [Disabil Rehabil] 2018 Oct; Vol. 40 (21), pp. 2561-2570. Date of Electronic Publication: 2017 Jul 20.

Abstract: Background: Acquired brain injury (ABI) is known to be severely disabling. On average, 40% of employees return to work (RTW) within two years after injury. There is, however, limited research on what might contribute to successful RTW.Aim: To examine f...

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The First Six Years of Building and Implementing a Return-to-Work Service for Patients with Acquired Brain Injury. The Rapid-Return-to-Work-Cohort-Study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of occupational rehabilitation [J Occup Rehabil] 2017 Dec; Vol. 27 (4), pp. 623-632.

Abstract: Background and objective Despite large activity worldwide in building and implementing new return-to-work (RTW) services, few studies have focused on how such implementation processes develop. The aim of this study was to examine the development in pat...

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Who initiates and organises situations for work-related alcohol use? The WIRUS culture study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Scandinavian journal of public health [Scand J Public Health] 2017 Dec; Vol. 45 (8), pp. 749-756. Date of Electronic Publication: 2017 Jun 30.

Abstract: Aims: Alcohol is one of the leading causes of ill health and premature death in the world. Several studies indicate that working life might influence employees' alcohol consumption and drinking patterns. The aim of this study was to explore work-relate...

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Job demands and decision control predicted return to work: the rapid-RTW cohort study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): BMC public health [BMC Public Health] 2017 Feb 02; Vol. 17 (1), pp. 154. Date of Electronic Publication: 2017 Feb 02.

Abstract: Background: In order to help workers with long-term sickness absence return to work (RTW), it is important to understand factors that either impede or facilitate employee's reintegration into the labour force. The aim of this study was therefore to exa...

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Maximizing work integration in job placement of individuals facing mental health problems: Supervisor experiences.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Work (Reading, Mass.) [Work] 2015; Vol. 53 (1), pp. 87-98.

Abstract: Background: Many people confronting mental health problems are excluded from participation in paid work. Supervisor engagement is essential for successful job placement.Objective: To elicit supervisor perspectives on the challenges involved in fosterin...

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Do psychological job demands, decision control and social support predictreturn to work three months after a return-to-work (RTW) programme? The rapid-RTW cohort study.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Work (Reading, Mass.) [Work] 2015; Vol. 53 (1), pp. 61-71.

Abstract: Background: Long-term sickness absence is a considerable health and economic problem in the industrialised world. Factors that might predict return to work (RTW) are therefore of interest.Objective: To examine the impact of psychosocial work characteri...

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