Perspectives and understanding of the effectiveness of Workplace INjury Management and occupational rehabilitation within a self-insured organisation from the injured workers point of view.

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November 1, 2012

 

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Due to the lack of research of WIM&OR within self-insured organisations, this research will be conducted within Sydney West Area Health Service (SWAHS) a self-insured organisation in N.S.W. Research into the barriers and motivational factors of injured workers within the WIM&OR arena will provide a greater understanding of an injured workers motivation and RTW barriers faced by injured workers...
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This knowledge can then be used to identify areas of improvement within the SWAHS and provide a basis for further quantitative research to meet the 40% reduction in compensation claims as stated by the N.S.W Premiers Department public Sector OHS and Injury Management Strategy for 2005 – 2008. This research will be conducted using a phenomenology method, to study selected injured workers from a self-insured organisation to determine the injured workers understanding and interpretation of their experiences in WIM&OR in their own terms as cited by Rice & Ezzy (1999)...
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