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11.10.2019 | Editorial

Reducing the Global Burden of Work Disability: A Call to Action to Support the World Health Organization’s Rehabilitation 2030

Zeitschrift:
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation
Autoren:
Michael Feuerstein, Patricia A. Findley, Douglas P. Gross
Wichtige Hinweise
Michael Feuerstein—Founder and Editor in Chief, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation.

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Abstract

In July 2019, the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation participated in the 2nd World Health Organization (WHO): Rehabilitation 2030 meeting held at its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. The meeting highlighted the global need for rehabilitation services and research as well as improved access to rehabilitation in primary care for a range of disabling chronic and recurrent conditions. The Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation strongly supports the WHO’s well-developed and impressively implemented global effort. A collaborative, interdisciplinary effort is needed to establish and strengthen networks and partnerships between low-, middle- and high-income countries focused on research and management of work disability.

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