WorkSafeBC-CHSPR Research Partnership Annual Report: 2008-2009


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WorkSafeBC-CHSPR Research Partnership Annual Report: 2008-2009

Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsKoehoorn M, McLeod C, Fan JK, Hurrell C, Demers P
Date Published11/2009
InstitutionUBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research
CityVancouver (BC)
Other NumbersCHSPR 09:20
AbstractIn the past year, the WorkSafeBC-CHSPR Partnership team has continued to develop cutting-edge and policyrelevant research on work-related health in British Columbia. By combining WorkSafeBC data with the populationwide data available through Population Data BC, we are gaining important insights into the health, social, and economic effects of work-related illness and injury. Our activities in the past year have focused primarily on three broad research areas: work-related lung disease, work-related injuries, and compensation policy. In partnership with our colleagues, we have also continued to take a leadership role in the access, development, and linkage of work-related administrative data for research purposes.