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SIP 2016: Pain and workforce

Michiel Reneman – University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands

SIP 2016: Pain and workforce
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  • Pain and Work: what’s known
  • Impact of work on health and well-being
  • Prevention of work disability
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Vocational rehab with chronic musculoskeletal pain: effective and cost-effective
  • Vocational Rehab: Working principles
  • Public education
  • Pain and Work: Challenges
  • Rehab works – summary slide

Plenary Session 24 May

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