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||Street, T. D., & Lacey, S. J. (2015). A systematic review of studies identifying predictors of poor return to work outcomes following workplace injury. Work (Reading, Mass.), 51(2), 373-381. doi:10.3233/WOR-141980
||Systematic review; injury outcome; occupational rehabilitation; predictors of return to work; return to work; workplace injury
||Evaluates evidence on the injury, demographic and psychosocial characteristics associated with extended absenteeism from the workforce due to a workplace injury. Older age, female gender, divorced marital status, two or more dependent family members, lower education levels, reduced labor market desirability of the job, severity or sensitive injury locations, negative attitudes and outcome perceptions of the participant were found to be predictors of poor return to work rates.
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