Peer ReviewedProvincial Minister of Health’s Action On Wellness Conference. Banff, AB, Canada.
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AbstractThis presentation offers evidence-based insights for understanding and managing return to work for employees on mental health disability leave. Two areas are addressed: Part 1. Understanding mental health disability, including facts on the prevalence and the impact of mental health problems in the workplace. A clinical profile of typical mental health disability cases and co-occurring addiction and physical health problems and Why a workplace-focused integrated care approach is more effective than standard approaches driven by medical providers and insurance claim managers. Part 2. Supporting mental health disability and making accommodations for return to work after treatment and preventing relapse.
DescriptionSlides from presentation at the Provincial Minister of Health’s Action On Wellness Conference, held in Banff, Alberta, Canada. 60-minute session.
CitationAttridge, M., & Wallace, S. (2011, October). Research based practices for supporting mental health disability. Presented at the Provincial Minister of Health’s Action On Wellness Conference. Banff, AB, Canada.
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