Le Centre de recherche sur les politiques en matière d’invalidité professionnelle (CRPIP) est une initiative transdisciplinaire sur l’avenir des politiques en matière d’invalidité professionnelle au Canada


Un aperçu de la façon dont nous sommes organisés


  1. Seed Grant Project Report : The Human Rights of Injured Workers: Social Protection Floors and the Canadian Work Disability System. Author: Jeffrey Hilgert
  2. L’utilisation des TIC pour soutenir l’accès à l’emploi des adolescents handicapés ou en difficultés d’apprentissage ou d’adaptation (HDAA) [The use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support access to employment for adolescents with special needs]. Authors: Marie Laberge, Curtis Breslin, Gabriel Charland
  3. Workplace accommodations for persons with physical disabilities: Evidence synthesis of the peer-reviewed literature. Authors: Kathy Padkapayeva, Andrew Posen, Amin Yazdani, Alexis Buettgen, Quenby Mahood, Emile Tompa
  4. Injured Workers Who Experience Challenges Returning to Work: Pathways and Consequences. Authors: Rebecca Gewurtz, Stephanie Premji, Linn Holness
  5. Episodic Disabilities in Canada. Authors: Adele Furrie, Rebecca Gewurtz, Wendy Porch, Cameron Crawford, Maureen Haan, John Stapleton
  6. Disability Supports and Employment Policy. Authors: Sherri Torjman and Anne Makhoul (Caledon Institute of Social Policy)

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