What and how should we measure to support recovery from injury?
“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted”
Albert Einstein (attributed)
Some years ago, tired of my irritating enquiries about the … Read the rest
Humanising Workers Compensation: the missed opportunity
In preparation for dipping my toe into the public arena of the RTW summit I read through the training material generously provided by the energetic convenor, Mark Stipic. … Read the rest
I work in workers compensation
by James Ellis – FIRST PUBLISHED HERE
When I tell people, at a BBQ for example – when their PC demeanour is perhaps suppressed – that I work in the arena of workers compensation, the … Read the rest
Talking Risk Video–Anti-Fragility
Dave Whitefield and James Ellis have a conversation on the couch around the concept of anti-fragility.
They pose the question: “What is the opposite of fragile?”
The answer is not what we would normally assume. The guys …
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The workers compensation discourse
A friend that I study with visited me recently with his wife. Cheekily, she chastised us for overusing the word ‘discourse’. “Why don’t you just say conversation or talking” she suggested? Almost simultaneously, and defensively, … Read the rest