1. Grace Papers - About us


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    Grace Papers about us 2015

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    • Grace Papers - Who We Are


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      At Grace Papers, www.gracepapers.com.au, we empower women to navigate their pregnancy transitions and return to work with confidence.

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      • Career Transformation For Mums


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        Mums: Discover the time, the inspiration - and all the resources you need - to create a career you love! If you’ve ever dreamed of experiencing a new career - perfectly suited to you and your family - then watch this video to find out how close you are to making your dream career a reality… (even if you currently have NO IDEA what you want to do.) For more information visit: http://www.careertransformationformums.com/register/

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        • Successful Return to Work with Chronic Pain? Negotiation Strategies for Stakeholders


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          This session will briefly consider whether work is good for our health and wellbeing, and the context of moving from sickness certification to using the “Fit note” in the UK, as part of a movement to get more people back to work.

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          • ODG In the Know Session #1: An Insider's Look at ODG


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            An insider's look at ODG, we'll examine the Web version from the perspective of a seasoned tour guide, focusing on medical treatment, utilization review, and disability duration guidelines. Know just where to look for the information you want to improve and benchmark health outcomes in workers' comp and non-occupational disability, and waste no time in getting there. This ODG training demo will serve as an intro for new and potential users, and confirmation for existing users that they are getting optimal benefit from ODG. You won't want to miss this general overview of basic principles and navigation using ODG -- in what has become a recurring series of specialized topics, ODG "In the Know" with Phil LeFevre.

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            • Manager Involvement in Work Re-Integration?


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              In this webinar Dr. Karin Maiwald presents a study into the managers’ (frontline managers, supervisors) experiences with return-to-work policy in a Canadian setting. This is published in a public-access article in WORK (Epub, open access). Disability Management, the policy in organizations which is directed at workers with health-related problems and work incapacities is presently oriented towards early interventions (RTW policy).

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              • ‘What makes a supervisor, super?’


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                Dr Venerina Johnston, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, University of Queensland This presentation is a summary of research recently completed in Australia which investigated the knowledge skills and behaviours required by supervisors to support staff returning to work after injury.

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                • Where can employers act to improve return to work outcomes? An overview and results from a systematic review.


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                  Professor Alex Collie, Chief Executive Officer, ISCRR Employers have a critical role in the return to work process. In Australian work injury rehabilitation and compensation systems, we tend to focus our return to work efforts on workers who are detached from the workplace (off work). However, there are opportunities to influence RTW before the injured person leaves the workplace, and even before injuries occur. This presentation will provide an overview of these opportunities. The presentation will also describe the findings of a recent systematic review of international research evidence in this field conducted by ISCRR.

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                  • Recovery and return to work - what do you expect will happen?


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                    Dr Ross Iles, Department of Physiotherapy, School of Primary Health Care, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University There are many things that can make returning to work difficult - even expecting things to be tough can provide a major obstacle. Dr Iles will look at the evidence behind some strategies that mean RTW is more likely to be successful.

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