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WorkSafeBC-CHSPR Research Partnership Annual Report: 2009-2010

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WorkSafeBC-CHSPR Research Partnership Annual Report: 2009-2010

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Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2010
Pagination(16 pages)
Date Published11/2010
InstitutionCentre for Health Services and Policy Research
CityVancouver(BC)
AbstractOver the past year, the WorkSafeBC-CHSPR Partnership team has been continuing to develop cutting-edge and policy-relevant research on work-related health in British Columbia. By combining WorkSafeBC data with the population-wide data available through Population Data BC, we are gaining important insights into the health, social, and economic effects of work-related illness and injury. This year has also brought considerable success to our trainees, who have published their Partnership-supported research in international journals, and have won awards at national conferences. In addition, we have been very active translating the results of our research to a variety of stakeholders through workshops, meetings, and the news media.
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