Professor Greg Murphy is Professor of Rehabilitation Psychology at La Trobe University. He has spent his career researching and teaching the field of rehabilitation and influencing policy change in the process. He has published numerous academic articles that have progressed the rehabilitation field and his papers are frequently referenced in other research around the globe.
Greg and I discuss:
- The Rehabilitation Studies course at La Trobe University
- Work is good for you. Your health improves when you are at work and it goes down when you are not at work
- Has Occupational Rehabilitation lost its vocational focus?
- Benjamin Amick’s Organisational Policies and Procedures Questionnaire
- Donald Shrey‘s case studies
- The pros and cons of self-insurance
- The importance of the immediate supervisor
- Bill Shaw and Liberty Mutual Research Centre
- Dr Mary Wyatt
I give you my 3 key take-aways from talking with Greg:
- Rehabilitation is the period between the bed and the job
- Behaviour is a function of the person multiplied by the environment
- Interruption: Are you interrupting key stakeholders when addressing RTW issues