Understand roles and responsibilities of each stakeholder within the scheme and how they collaborate to achieve positive and sustainable return to work outcomes.
Access information about how you can support your patients to successfully return to work following a work related injury.
Download the new work capacity certificate (PDF, 203.5 KB)
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There's nothing like getting back for getting better
Workers who get back to safe work as soon as possible recover more quickly than those who wait until they are fully recovered.
Doctor's have an important role to play in helping injured workers return to safe, suitable work by assessing and certifying their capacity for work, arranging treatment, and helping them set a date to get back.
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- Clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of work related mental health conditions (14 August 2017)
- Tips on how to complete the work capacity certificate for Psychological injuries (14 August 2017)
- Hand injuries rehabilitation and timeframes (14 August 2017)
- Patients presenting with a workplace related psychological injury – the initial consultation (14 March 2017)
- Occupational health assessment of a patient presenting with a work-related musculoskeletal injury (13 December 2016)