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Prognostic Factors and Models for Predicting Work Absence in Adults with Musculoskeletal Conditions Consulting a Healthcare Practitioner: A Systematic Review. (2024)
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Wynne-Jones, G., Wainwright, E., Goodson, N., Jordan, J., Legha, A., Parchment, M., …Peat, G. (2024). Prognostic Factors and Models for Predicting Work Absence in Adults with Musculoskeletal Conditions Consulting a Healthcare Practitioner: A Systematic Review. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10926-024-10205-y

It is difficult to predict which employees, in particular those with musculoskeletal pain, will return to work quickly without additional vocational advice and support, which employees will require this support and what levels of support are most app... Read More about Prognostic Factors and Models for Predicting Work Absence in Adults with Musculoskeletal Conditions Consulting a Healthcare Practitioner: A Systematic Review..

Healthcare resource utilisation and economic burden attributable to back pain in primary care: A matched case-control study in the United Kingdom (2023)
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Zemedikun, D. T., Kigozi, J., Wynne-Jones, G., Guariglia, A., Nirantharakumar, K., Marshall, T., & Roberts, T. (2023). Healthcare resource utilisation and economic burden attributable to back pain in primary care: A matched case-control study in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Pain, https://doi.org/10.1177/20494637231208364

Objective Incremental healthcare costs attributed to back pain, and characterisation by patient and clinical factors have rarely been documented. This study aimed to assess annual healthcare resource utilisation and costs associated with back pain in... Read More about Healthcare resource utilisation and economic burden attributable to back pain in primary care: A matched case-control study in the United Kingdom.

Development and External Validation of Individualized Prediction Models for Pain Intensity Outcomes in Patients with Neck Pain, Low Back Pain, or both in Primary Care Settings (2023)
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Archer, L., Snell, K. I. E., Stynes, S., Axen, I., Dunn, K. M., Foster, N. E., …Hill, J. C. (in press). Development and External Validation of Individualized Prediction Models for Pain Intensity Outcomes in Patients with Neck Pain, Low Back Pain, or both in Primary Care Settings. Physical Therapy, 103(11), Article pzad128. https://doi.org/10.1093/ptj/pzad128

Objective The purpose of this study was to develop and externally validate multivariable prediction models for future pain intensity outcomes to inform targeted interventions for patients with neck or low back pain in primary care settings. Metho... Read More about Development and External Validation of Individualized Prediction Models for Pain Intensity Outcomes in Patients with Neck Pain, Low Back Pain, or both in Primary Care Settings.

Use of video group consultations by general practice staff during the COVID-19 pandemic (2023)
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Scott, E., Swaithes, L., Wynne-Jones, G., & Finney, A. (2024). Use of video group consultations by general practice staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Primary Health Care, 34(1), https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.2023.e1801

Background: Video group consultations (VGCs) are one approach to delivering care using a virtual platform for a group of patients with the same or similar health conditions. However, little is known about the use and uptake of VGCs in the UK. Aim:... Read More about Use of video group consultations by general practice staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Constructing therapeutic support and negotiating competing agendas: A discourse analysis of vocational advice provided to individuals who are absent from work due to ill-health (2023)
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Saunders, B., Chew-Graham, C., Sowden, G., Cooke, K., Walker-Bone, K., Madan, I., …Wynne-Jones, G. (2023). Constructing therapeutic support and negotiating competing agendas: A discourse analysis of vocational advice provided to individuals who are absent from work due to ill-health. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 28(2), 185-202. https://doi.org/10.1177/13634593221148446

Work participation is known to benefit people’s overall health and wellbeing, but accessing vocational support during periods of sickness absence to facilitate return-to-work can be challenging for many people. In this study, we explored how vocation... Read More about Constructing therapeutic support and negotiating competing agendas: A discourse analysis of vocational advice provided to individuals who are absent from work due to ill-health.

Mechanisms of vocational interventions for return to work from musculoskeletal conditions: a mediation analysis of the MI-NAV trial (2023)
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Cashin, A. G., Øiestad, B. E., Aanesen, F., Storheim, K., Tingulstad, A., Rysstad, T. L., …Grotle, M. (2023). Mechanisms of vocational interventions for return to work from musculoskeletal conditions: a mediation analysis of the MI-NAV trial. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 80(5), 246-253. https://doi.org/10.1136/oemed-2022-108716

To investigate whether and to what extent, return to work (RTW) expectancy and workability mediate the effect of two vocational interventions on reducing sickness absence in workers on sick leave from a musculoskeletal condition.

Patients' and clinicians' perspectives towards primary care consultations for shoulder pain: qualitative findings from the Prognostic and Diagnostic Assessment of the Shoulder (PANDA-S) programme. (2023)
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Saunders, B., Burton, C., van der Windt, D. A., Myers, H., Chester, R., Pincus, T., & Wynne-Jones, G. (2023). Patients' and clinicians' perspectives towards primary care consultations for shoulder pain: qualitative findings from the Prognostic and Diagnostic Assessment of the Shoulder (PANDA-S) programme. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 24, Article 1. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12891-022-06059-1

BACKGROUND: Clinical management of musculoskeletal shoulder pain can be challenging due to diagnostic uncertainty, variable prognosis and limited evidence for long-term treatment benefits. The UK-based PANDA-S programme (Prognostic And Diagnostic Ass... Read More about Patients' and clinicians' perspectives towards primary care consultations for shoulder pain: qualitative findings from the Prognostic and Diagnostic Assessment of the Shoulder (PANDA-S) programme..

Effectiveness of adding motivational interviewing or a stratified vocational advice intervention to usual case management on return to work for people with musculoskeletal disorders: the MI-NAV randomised controlled trial. (2022)
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Aanesen, F., Grotle, M., Rysstad, T., Storheim, K., Tveter, A., Tingulstad, A., …Øiestad, B. (2022). Effectiveness of adding motivational interviewing or a stratified vocational advice intervention to usual case management on return to work for people with musculoskeletal disorders: the MI-NAV randomised controlled trial. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 42-50. https://doi.org/10.1136/oemed-2022-108637

OBJECTIVES: To evaluate if adding motivational interviewing (MI) or a stratified vocational advice intervention (SVAI) to usual case management (UC), reduced sickness absence over 6 months for workers on sick leave due to musculoskeletal disorders. M... Read More about Effectiveness of adding motivational interviewing or a stratified vocational advice intervention to usual case management on return to work for people with musculoskeletal disorders: the MI-NAV randomised controlled trial..

Implementing a Stratified Vocational Advice Intervention for People on Sick Leave with Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Multimethod Process Evaluation. (2021)
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Aanesen, F., Øiestad, B., Grotle, M., Løchting, I., Solli, R., Sowden, G., …Eik, H. (2021). Implementing a Stratified Vocational Advice Intervention for People on Sick Leave with Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Multimethod Process Evaluation. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10926-021-10007-6

Purpose To perform a process evaluation of a stratified vocational advice intervention (SVAI), delivered by physiotherapists in primary care, for people on sick leave with musculoskeletal disorders participating in a randomised controlled trial. The... Read More about Implementing a Stratified Vocational Advice Intervention for People on Sick Leave with Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Multimethod Process Evaluation..

Predicting pain and function outcomes in people consulting with shoulder pain: the PANDA-S clinical cohort and qualitative study protocol (2021)
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Wynne-Jones, G., Myers, H., Hall, A., Littlewood, C., Hennings, S., Saunders, B., …van der Windt, D. (2021). Predicting pain and function outcomes in people consulting with shoulder pain: the PANDA-S clinical cohort and qualitative study protocol. BMJ Open, 11(9), Article e052758. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-052758

INTRODUCTION: People presenting with shoulder pain considered to be of musculoskeletal origin is common in primary care but diagnosing the cause of the pain is contentious, leading to uncertainty in management. To inform optimal primary care for pati... Read More about Predicting pain and function outcomes in people consulting with shoulder pain: the PANDA-S clinical cohort and qualitative study protocol.

Comparative effectiveness of treatment options for subacromial shoulder conditions: a systematic review and network meta-analysis (2021)
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Babatunde, O. O., Ensor, J., Littlewood, C., Chesterton, L., Jordan, J. L., Corp, N., …van der Windt, D. A. (2021). Comparative effectiveness of treatment options for subacromial shoulder conditions: a systematic review and network meta-analysis. Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease, 13, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1177/1759720X211037530

Evaluation of the First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) model of primary care: Patient characteristics and outcomes (2021)
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Stynes, S., Jordan, K., Hill, J., Wynne-Jones, G., Cottrell, E., Foster, N., …Bishop, A. (2021). Evaluation of the First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) model of primary care: Patient characteristics and outcomes. Physiotherapy, 113, 199-208. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2021.08.002

Objective First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) is a primary care model where expert musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapists undertake the first patient consultation, to enhance MSK-patient care and free-up GP capacity. The authors report the quantitative... Read More about Evaluation of the First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) model of primary care: Patient characteristics and outcomes.

First Contact Practitioners' (FCPs) and General Practitioners' Perceptions Towards FCPs Delivering Vocational Advice to Patients with Musculoskeletal Conditions: A Qualitative Investigation of the Implementation Potential of the I-SWAP Initiative. (2021)
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Saunders, B., Foster, N. E., Hill, J. C., Sowden, G., Evans, N., Bishop, A., …Wynne-Jones, G. (2022). First Contact Practitioners' (FCPs) and General Practitioners' Perceptions Towards FCPs Delivering Vocational Advice to Patients with Musculoskeletal Conditions: A Qualitative Investigation of the Implementation Potential of the I-SWAP Initiative. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 32, 147–155. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10926-021-09992-5

Purpose Musculoskeletal (MSK) pain is a common cause of work absence. The recent SWAP (Study of Work And Pain) randomised controlled trial (RCT) found that a brief vocational advice service for primary care patients with MSK pain led to fewer days' w... Read More about First Contact Practitioners' (FCPs) and General Practitioners' Perceptions Towards FCPs Delivering Vocational Advice to Patients with Musculoskeletal Conditions: A Qualitative Investigation of the Implementation Potential of the I-SWAP Initiative..

Embedding group consultations into practice: Perceptions of the general practice workforce (2021)
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Scott, E., Swaithes, L., Wynne-Jones, G., & Finney, A. (2021). Embedding group consultations into practice: Perceptions of the general practice workforce. Practice Nurse, 51(5), 12-16

Group consultations are to be ‘championed’ to address growing concerns facing primary care general practice, but what are the barriers, facilitators and key roles required in setting up and delivering this model of care, according to the experiences... Read More about Embedding group consultations into practice: Perceptions of the general practice workforce.