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REPORT CARD: Employment and Vocation KNOWLEDGE GENERATION CLINICAL APPLICATION Innovaon/Discovery Integrave Care Environmental Shi 2 POLICY CHANGE Effecve Pracce (Evidence and Outcomes) Equity Pracce Capacity Change Agents Societal Awareness Community Capacity 2020 PRIORITY 3 2020 PRIORITY 2 2020 PRIORITY 1 Emerging Evidence Outcome Measures Resource Capacity Take Home Mesage: Employment participation is an important rehabilitation goal, following SCI. A number of personal, health, environmental and policy-level factors play a role in work involvement. Vocational rehabilitation is critical to facilitate return to work, following an injury. • Policy change is required to remove disincentives to employment • Vocational rehabilitation best practice needs to be established along with tools to measure progress. Resources 1. World Health Organization. World Health Report on Disability. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization & World Bank; 2011. 2. Dijkers MP. Correlates of life satisfaction among persons with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1999;80(8):867-76. 3. Jin RL, Shah CP, Svoboda TJ. The impact of unemployment on health: A review of the evidence. Can Med Assoc J. 1995;153:529-40. 4. Al-Khodairy AT, Masry WS. Vocational rehabilitation and spinal cord injuries. In: Gobelet C, Franchignoni F, eds. Vocational Rehabilitation. Springer-Verlag: Paris, France; 2006:165-84. 5. Ottomanelli L, Lind LM. Review of critical factors related to employment after spinal cord injury: implications for research and vocational services. J Spinal Cord Med. 2009;32(5):503-31. 6. Krueger H. The economic burden of spinal cord injury: A literature review and analysis. Delta, BC: Rick Hansen Institute; 2010. 7. Bridges C. Workforce participation survey of canadians with spinal cord injuries. Toronto, ON: Canadian Paraplegic Association; 2006. 8.Lidal BL, Huynh TK, Biering-Sorensen FB. Return to work following spinal cord injury: a review. Disabil Rehabil. 2007;29(17):1341-75. 9. Anderson CJ, Vogel LC. Employment outcomes of adults who sustained spinal cord injuries as children or adolescents. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2002;83:791-802. 10. Krause JS, Anson CA. Employment after spinal cord injury: Relation to selected participant characteristics. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1996;77:737-43. 11. Krause JS, Terza JV, Dismuke CE. Factors associated with labor force participation after spinal cord injury. J Vocat Rehabil. 2010;33:89-99. 12. Whiteneck GG, Meade MA, Dijkers M, Tate DG, Bushnik T, Forchheimer MB. Environmental factors and their role in participation and life satisfaction after spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2004;85(11):1793-803. 13. Jongbloed L, Backman C, Forwell SJ, Carpenter C. Employment after spinal cord injury: the impact of government policies in Canada. Work. 2007;29(2):145-54. 14. Beaton D, Bombardier C, Escorpizo R, et al. Measuring Worker Productivity: frameworks and Measures. J Rheumatol. 2009;36(9):2100-9. 15. Gignac MAM, Cao X, Tang K, Beaton DE. Examination of arthritis-related work place activity limitations and intermittent disability over four-anda half years and its relationship to job modifications and outcomes. Arthritis Care Res. 2011;63(7):953-62. 16. Finger ME, Escorpizo R, Glässel A, et al. ICF Core Set for vocational rehabilitation: results of an international consensus conference. Disabil Rehabil. 2012;34(5):429-38. 17. Ottomanelli L, Goetz LL, Suris A, et al. Effectiveness of supported employment for veterans with spinal cord injuries: results from a randomized multisite study. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012;93(5):740-7. 18. Fadyl JK, McPherson KM. Approaches to vocational rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury: a review of the evidence. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2009;24(3):195-212. 19. Young AE, Murphy GC. A social psychology approach to measuring vocational rehabilitation intervention effectiveness. J Occup Rehabil. 2002;12(3):175-89. 20. Law M, Baptiste S, McColl M, Opzoomer A, Polatajko H, Pollock N. The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure: an outcome measure for occupational therapy. Can J Occup Ther. 1990;57(2):82-7. 21. Escorpizo R, Gmünder HP, Stucki G. Introduction to special section: advancing the field of vocational rehabilitation with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). J Occup Rehabil. 2011;21(2):121-5. 22. Glassel A, Rauch A, Selb M, Emmenegger K, Luckenkemper M, Escorpizo R. A case study on the application of International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)-based tools for vocational rehabilitation in spinal cord injury. Work. 2012;41(4):465-74. 23 Noreau L. The spinal cord injury community survey. Vancouver, BC: Rick Hansen Institute; 2012. http://www.sci-survey.ca. Accessed August 30, 2012. 184 CAPTURING CAPACITY IN CANADIAN SCI REHABILITATION


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