Vocational rehabilitation – what works, for whom, and when?

Gordon Waddell, Anthony Burton, Nicholas Kendall

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Abstract

There is broad consensus among all the key stakeholders on the need to improve vocational rehabilitation in the UK. This review has demonstrated that there is now a strong scientific evidence base for many aspects of vocational rehabilitation, and a good business case for action. It has identified what works, for whom, and when and indicated areas where further research and development is required. Vocational rehabilitation should be a fundamental element of Government strategy to improve the health of working age people.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTSO
Commissioning bodyVocational Rehabilitation Task Group
Number of pages307
ISBN (Print)9780117038615
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Waddell, Gordon ; Burton, Anthony ; Kendall, Nicholas. / Vocational rehabilitation – what works, for whom, and when?. TSO, 2008. 307 p.
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