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Using Unpredicted Vocational Outcomes Following Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury to Identify Powerful, Novel Return-to-Work Barriers and Facilitators, pp. 565-578 $100.00
Authors:  Gregory C. Murphy
Abstract:
This chapter briefly reviews the research into vocational achievement following
traumatic spinal cord injury, summarises evidence supporting the validity of a vocational
focus within rehabilitation and presents findings from a study designed to identify novel,
powerful factors facilitating or hindering post-injury vocational achievement. Study
results identify infrequently-studied environmental factors (such as social support from
employers, family, and friends) as facilitators of unexpected positive post-injury
vocational achievement. 


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Using Unpredicted Vocational Outcomes Following Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury to Identify Powerful, Novel Return-to-Work Barriers and Facilitators, pp. 565-578