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  1. 1. Social Work Approaching Evidence-Based Practice. : Rethinking Social Work

    Författare :Benitha Eliasson; Luleå tekniska universitet; []
    Nyckelord :ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Arbetsvetenskap; Human Work Science;

    Sammanfattning : The Swedish public sector has undergone major changes over the last decades, with increased demands to be effective and perform their tasks with high quality, but also with the demand to increase the influence of users and citizens over the support given. This development has influenced how social services organise and how their work is perform, and is one motive given as to why evidence-based practice was introduced. LÄS MER

  2. 2. Returning to Work : geographies of Employment in Turbulent Times

    Författare :Emelie Hane-Weijman; Rikard Eriksson; Urban Lindgren; Gillian Bristow; Umeå universitet; []
    Nyckelord :SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Regional resilience; adaptability; industry relatedness; labour branching; redundancy; industry mix; re-employment; industry mobility; regional mobility;

    Sammanfattning : This thesis adds to theorizations of resilience, by placing workers and employment on the center stage. This has been addressed by contextualizing gross employment changes and workers’ way back to employment after redundancy. Swedish longitudinal microdata from 1990-2010 were used. LÄS MER

  3. 3. Low Back Pain : With Special Reference to Manual Therapy, Outcome and its Prognosis

    Författare :Marie Grunnesjö; Kurt Svärdsudd; Lars-Erik Strender; Stefan Blomberg; Rune Hedlund; Uppsala universitet; []
    Nyckelord :MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; Low Back Pain; Manual therapy; Stay active care; Mobilisation; Manipulation; Pain drawing; Return to work; Prognosis; Disability rating; Pain; Family medicine; Allmänmedicin; Allmänmedicin; Family Medicine;

    Sammanfattning : Objectives. To assess outcome of manual therapy in addition to stay-active care in sub-acute low back pain patients and to investigate the predictive power of pain drawing sketch variables for return to work. Materials and methods. LÄS MER

  4. 4. Ambulance Work : Relationships between occupational demands, individual characteristics and health-related outcomes

    Författare :Ulrika Aasa; Ewa Wigaeus Tornqvist; Umeå universitet; []
    Nyckelord :ambulance; autonomic reactivity; body size; cortisol; demand-control-support; emergency personnel; fitness; gender; heart rate variability; low-back pain; neck-shoulder pain; occupational; physical capacity; work simulated test; worry; Occupational and Environmental Medicine; arbets- och miljömedicin; demand-controI-support;

    Sammanfattning : Although musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and other health complaints are an occupational problem for ambulance personnel, there is a lack of knowledge regarding work-related factors associated with MSDs and other health complaints. The overall aim of this thesis was to investigate the relationships between occupational demands, individual characteristics and health-related outcomes among ambulance personnel. LÄS MER

  5. 5. Promoting return to work : lay experiences after sickness absence with musculoskeletal diagnoses

    Författare :Gunnel Östlund; Gunnel Hensing; Elisabet Cedersund; Anne Hammarström; Linköpings universitet; []
    Nyckelord :Musculoskeletal disorders; back pain; neck and shoulder pain; sickness absence; sick leave; qualitative interview; lay knowledge; patient satisfaction; rehabilitation; gender; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP;

    Sammanfattning : Introduction: Musculoskeletal disorders constitute the greatest cause of sickness absence from work. Despite research and efforts at rehabilitation, sickness absence due to these disorders has not decreased, but has instead increased, particularly in women. Clients’ perceptions of care and rehabilitation, i.e. LÄS MER