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Measuring functional outcomes in work-related upper extremity disorders. Development and validation of the Upper Extremity Function Scale.
Early disability risk factors for low back pain assessed at outpatient occupational health clinics.
Workstyle: development of a measure of response to work in those with upper extremity pain.
Prognosis and the identification of workers risking disability: research issues and directions for future research.
Initial patient and clinician expectations of return to work after acute onset of work-related low back pain.
Psychosocial differences between high-risk acute vs. chronic low back pain patients.
Performance and quality measurement in occupational health services: current status and agenda for further research.
The pain recovery inventory of concerns and expectations: a psychosocial screening instrument to identify intervention needs among patients at elevated risk of back disability.
Patient clusters in acute, work-related back pain based on patterns of disability risk factors.
3rd place, PREMUS best paper competition: development of the return-to-work self-efficacy (RTWSE-19) questionnaire--psychometric properties and predictive validity.
The effects of patient-provider communication on 3-month recovery from acute low back pain.
Distressed, immobilized, or lacking employer support? A sub-classification of acute work-related low back pain.
When the wind goes out of the sail - declining recovery expectations in the first weeks of back pain.
Patient Satisfaction Measurement in Occupational and Environmental Medicine Practice.