A scoping review to ascertain the parameters for an evidence synthesis of interventions seeking to improve work and wellbeing outcomes among employees with chronic pain

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Keeping people at work is important for their wellbeing and for the economy in Scotland and elsewhere. People with long-term pain often cannot work or experience difficulties when at work. Interventions are available to support them, but it’s difficult to tell what works best, for whom and when. We have the skills to looks at the available literature and address these questions but before we can seek funding to do this, we need to resolve remaining uncertainties about our next application. We need to know what’s out there already and see whether this can be re-analysed to answer our questions.
Effective start/end date1/02/1931/07/19


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