Towards the prevention of long-duration workers compensation claims - pre-claim intervention and strategy
Shaw-Mills, Sherrilyn Tracy
Prof. Robert Guthrie. Prof. Satvinder Dhaliwal
Dr Janice Jansz
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School of Public Health
The research purpose was to examine organisational and psychosocial factors to identify if these contributed to a worker’s compensation claim becoming long duration. This innovative research explored methods of preventing claims before they even occur. Outcomes of this case control study were the development of a Green Flag Model to prevent long duration claims pre claim and a Model of Management to prevent claims becoming long duration.
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