If we want more evidence-based practice, we need more practice-based evidence.*

CHAPTER 9:
APPLICATIONS IN OCCUPATIONAL SETTINGS - Archived Headlines

HEADLINES

California Needle Safety Law will go into Effect July 1. SAN FRANCISCO (SF Chronicle, June 18, 1999). The California state Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board approved the first US state regulation requiring the use of safety needles to protect health care workers from potentially deadly infections.

The case for compensating stress claims. TORONTO (Globe and Mail, Margot Gibb-Clark, Workplace Reporter, June 14, 1999)- Experts say the refusal by workers' compensation boards to cover stress-related cases shifts the cost burden to other parties--including the health care system--and may dissuade Canadian employers from creating a more healthful work environment. http://www.globeandmail.com