I denne studien av 2045 skoleelever ble det avdekket at sosiale forhold på skolen viser en sammenheng med elevers tanker om å slutte på skolen. De som syns de fikk lite støtte fra lærere og som opplevde ensomhet hadde i større grad tanker om å slutte på skolen.
In a cohort study of sick-listed employees who participated in a return to work-programme, the probability of returning to work was four times as high for employees who experienced a combination of low psychological job demands and high decision control. High levels of social support tripled the chance of returning.
An extensive literature review of studies examining the effect of different school dropout programs found that how the programme is implemented is more important than the content of the programme.
New research has revealed that about 15 per cent of employees drink more alcohol than WHO recommends. In this project we provide an overview of what research has shown about the impact of alcohol consumption on sickness absence and presenteeism.
The need for competency in sickness absence management
Since 2008, more than 200 services have been established through the Rapid-return-to-work program. In a national study, 600 experts on sickness absence management share their experiences and opinions on how this work is conduced. They now emphasize the need for more competencies in the interventions we provide to sick-listed employees.
What is Knowledge Translation?
During the 90’s we believed that giving courses was enough to make practitioners work “evidence-based”. We believed that as long as they learned a bit more about research, they would have the competency to make the «right» decisions and to choose the most effective interventions. Now we know better.
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