Health at Work: an analysis of Black's and Frost's independent review of sickness absence what can occupational therapists offer?

Mcfeely, G.

The British Journal of Occupational Therapy 75(7): 343-345

2012


DOI: 10.4276/030802212x13418284515956
Accession: 068497509

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Abstract
This opinion piece looks at the recent report on Health at Work — an independent review of sickness absence by Black and Frost, and offers comment on the implications of the review for the profession of occupational therapy. It considers some key proposals from the occupational therapy perspective in order to inform thinking and response to the review. Further, it raises some critical questions and challenges for the profession in responding to and asserting its place at the table in an initiative that has at its heart the fundamental role and skills of occupational therapists.