Monthly Archives: August 2014

Injured Worker Support Websites

There was an unexpected outcome from my last post about Medical Panels. There were comments about whether a particular injured worker support site really represented injured workers and achieved the goal of empowerment for injured workers. On the one hand it was argued that … Continue reading

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Update on Panels Panels Panels Oi! Oi! Oi!

Since my earlier article Panels Panels Panels Oi! Oi! Oi! there have been some developments with the SA Government proposing the abolition of Medical Panels in that state, but I am yet to see anything to persuade me that properly constituted … Continue reading

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My Queensland Experience – Implications for National Impairment Guidelines

I recently have had the experience of undertaking an impairment assessment for an unfamiliar interstate jurisdiction – WorkCover in Queensland. While I am familiar with the principles of impairment assessment generally and regularly undertake impairment assessment in other jurisdictions, my … Continue reading

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