There is now broad agreement on the importance of rehabilitation and the need for better occupational health and vocational rehabilitation services in the UK1. The responses to the Green Paper Pathways to work were generally supportive across the political spectrum (DWP 2003b). The key features of early intervention, easier access to more skilled support to seek and move into work, the development of new work-focused rehabilitation programmes, and engagement of key stakeholders - particularly employers and family doctors - were welcomed by a wide range of organisations. However, there is considerable uncertainty about what 'rehabilitation' is, and about its (cost)-effectiveness, particularly for the common health problems that cause most sickness absence and long-term incapacity.
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