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Back in the Saddle: A Systematic Review of Occupational Therapy Interventions that Facilitate Return-to-Work

By Preston W. OTS Lockwood, Julie OTS Luu, Brady OTS McGuire and Jay OTS Skaria

Abstract

Objectives of Presentation: 1. Recognize the opportunity for injured workers, organizations, and society to benefit from occupational therapy interventions that improve return to work (RTW) outcomes. 2. Classify RTW occupational therapy interventions based on effectiveness. 3. Describe strategies to apply evidence-based interventions in current clinical practice. PICO: What interventions within the scope of occupational therapy best facilitate return-to-work for adults with musculoskeletal disorders on workers compensation? Presentation: 50 minute

Topics: Back in the Saddle: A Systematic Review of Occupational Therapy Interventions that Facilitate Return-to-Work, capstones, Thomas Jefferson University, Department of Occupational Therapy, Occupational Therapy
Publisher: Jefferson Digital Commons
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:jdc.jefferson.edu:createday-1038

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