Catastrophic impairment is considered a severe physical, emotional and psychological injury, which causes a significant impairment in one or more factors that include work, performing daily activities, concentration and social functioning.
The file review process involves the reviewing of medical records to determine the severity of injury or impairment, the need for additional medical intervention, and the prognosis for improvement/recovery.
Stress, mental Charter of Rights (equality rights) (discrimination) (mental disability) Charter of Rights (reasonable limits) The worker was a nurse at a hospital. The worker claimed entitlement for m[..]Read More
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