Items by Wainwright, Elaine
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Number of items: 12.
Wainwright, D., Wainwright, E., Black, R. and Kenyon, S., 2011. Reconstructing the Self and Social Identity: new interventions for returning long-term Incapacity Benefit claimants to work. In: Vickerstaff, S., Phillipson, C. and Wilkie, R., eds. Work, Health and Wellbeing: The challenges of managing health at work. Bristol: Policy Press.
Wainwright, D. and Heaver, E., 2010. Can the economic and social costs of sickness absence be reduced by improving the quality of working life? In: Whitfield, K., ed. Well-Being and Working Life: Towards an Evidence-Based Policy Agenda. Swindon: ESRC/HSE.
Wainwright, E., Wainwright, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2013. Return to work with chronic pain:Employers' and employees' views. Occupational Medicine, 63 (7), pp. 501-506.
Wainwright, E., Wainwright, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2011. Fit for purpose? Using the fit note with patients with chronic pain: a qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice, 61 (593), e794-e800.
Brown, A., Casey, B., Green, F., Haile, G., Wainwright, D., Wainwright, E., Weyman, A. and Whitfield, K., 2009. Employee Well-Being and Working Life: Towards an Evidence-Based Policy Agenda:Report on a Public Policy Seminar held at Health and Safety Executive, Rose Court, Southwark, London, 5 February, 2009. HSE.
Brown, A., Casey, B., Charlwood, A., Frode, C., Green, F., Haile, G., Heaver, E., Spencer, D., Wainwright, S., Weyman, A. K. and Whitfield, K., 2009. Well-being and working life: towards an evidence-based policy agenda. Economic and Social Research Council and Health & Safety Executive.
Conference or Workshop Items
Wainwright, E., Wainwright, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2014. Successful return to work with chronic pain:Employers' and employees' views.
Heaver, E., Wainwright, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2010. The social negation of sickness certification for chronic pain patients. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group 42nd Annual Conference, 2010-09-01.
Wainwright, E., 2013. Chronic pain, work absenteeism and sickness certification:exploring the construction of acceptable pain-related work absence. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.