domingo, 31 de mayo de 2009

Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation

Volume 32 Number 4 / 2009 of Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation is now available on the web site at

This issue contains:

Using occupational science to study occupational transitions in the realm of work: From micro to macro levels p. 361
Lynn Shaw, Debbie Laliberte Rudman
Towards a comprehensive approach for managing transitions of older workers with hearing loss p. 365
Daniel Fok, Lynn Shaw, Mary Beth Jennings, Margaret Cheesman
Forever productive: The discursive shaping of later life workers in contemporary Canadian newspapers p. 377
Debbie Laliberte Rudman, Daniel Molke
From margins to mainstream: What do we know about work integration for persons with brain injury, mental illness and intellectual disability? p. 391
Bonnie Kirsh, Mary Stergiou-Kita, Rebecca Gewurtz, Deirdre Dawson, Terry Krupa, Rosemary Lysaght, Lynn Shaw
Industrial relations reform and the occupational transition of Australian workers: A critical discourse analysis p. 407
Luciano Lo Bartolo, Marie Sheahan
Compromised careers: The occupational transition of immigration and resettlement p. 417
Melinda Suto
The representations of work-life balance in Canadian newspapers p. 431
Katherine T. Reece, Jane A. Davis, Helene J. Polatajko
Perceptions of possibilities of returning to work with chronic musculoskeletal disorders p. 443
Andreja Švajger, Karen Winding
Participation in work: A source of wellness for people with psychiatric disability p. 455
Lana van Niekerk
Using metaphors to study occupational transitions: A case study of an injured worker with multiple chemical sensitivity p. 467
Crystal Arnold, Lynn Shaw, Gerald Landry
Evaluating the support needs of injured workers in managing occupational transitions after injury p. 477
Lynn Shaw, Patti MacAhonic, Rob Lindsay, Phil Brake