Christian Ståhl
Christian Ståhl
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Never the twain shall meet?-a comparison of implementation science and policy implementation research
P Nilsen, C Ståhl, K Roback, P Cairney
Implementation Science 8, 1-12, 2013
The work ability divide: holistic and reductionistic approaches in Swedish interdisciplinary rehabilitation teams
C Ståhl, T Svensson, G Petersson, K Ekberg
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 19, 264-273, 2009
Policy and practice of work ability: a negotiation of responsibility in organizing return to work
I Seing, C Ståhl, L Nordenfelt, P Bülow, K Ekberg
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 22, 553-564, 2012
A matter of trust? A study of coordination of Swedish stakeholders in return-to-work
C Ståhl, T Svensson, G Petersson, K Ekberg
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 20, 299-310, 2010
Return to work or job transition? Employer dilemmas in taking social responsibility for return to work in local workplace practice
I Seing, E MacEachen, K Ekberg, C Ståhl
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (19), 1760-1769, 2015
Systematic review of qualitative literature on occupational health and safety legislation and regulatory enforcement planning and implementation
E MacEachen, A Kosny, C Ståhl, F O'Hagan, L Redgrift, S Sanford, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 3-16, 2016
Employers’ views on disability, employability, and labor market inclusion: a phenomenographic study
L Strindlund, M Abrandt-Dahlgren, C Ståhl
Disability and rehabilitation 41 (24), 2910-2917, 2019
Early-return-to-work in the context of an intensification of working life and changing employment relationships
I Seing, E MacEachen, C Ståhl, K Ekberg
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 25, 74-85, 2015
Swedish rehabilitation professionals' perspectives on work ability assessments in a changing sickness insurance system
C Ståhl, T Svensson, G Petersson, K Ekberg
Disability and Rehabilitation 33 (15-16), 1373-1382, 2011
Longitudinal association between psychological demands and burnout for employees experiencing a high versus a low degree of job resources
AC Fagerlind Ståhl, C Ståhl, P Smith
BMC Public Health 18, 1-8, 2018
Universal basic income as a policy response to COVID-19 and precarious employment: Potential impacts on rehabilitation and return-to-work
C Ståhl, E MacEachen
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 31 (1), 3-6, 2021
Implementation of standardized time limits in sickness insurance and return-to-work: experiences of four actors
C Ståhl, U Müssener, T Svensson
Disability and Rehabilitation 34 (16), 1404-1411, 2012
Narratives of sick leave, return to work and job mobility for people with common mental disorders in Sweden
C Ståhl, E Edvardsson Stiwne
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 24, 543-554, 2014
Ethical perspectives in work disability prevention and return to work: Toward a common vocabulary for analyzing stakeholders’ actions and interactions
C Ståhl, E MacEachen, K Lippel
Journal of business ethics 120, 237-250, 2014
Does the quality of encounters affect return to work? Lay people describe their experiences of meeting various professionals during their rehabilitation process
U Müssener, C Ståhl, E Söderberg
Work 52 (2), 447-455, 2015
From cooperation to conflict? Swedish rehabilitation professionals’ experiences of interorganizational cooperation
C Ståhl, T Svensson, K Ekberg
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 21, 441-448, 2011
Applying self-determination theory for improved understanding of physiotherapists’ rationale for using research in clinical practice: a qualitative study in Sweden
P Dannapfel, A Peolsson, C Ståhl, B Öberg, P Nilsen
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 30 (1), 20-28, 2014
The influence of social capital on employers’ use of occupational health services: a qualitative study
C Ståhl, C Åborg, A Toomingas, M Parmsund, K Kjellberg
BMC Public Health 15 (1), 1-11, 2015
Social insurance literacy: a scoping review on how to define and measure it
C Ståhl, EA Karlsson, J Sandqvist, G Hensing, S Brouwer, E Friberg, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 43 (12), 1776-1785, 2021
Applying theories to better understand socio-political challenges in implementing evidence-based work disability prevention strategies
C Ståhl, K Costa-Black, P Loisel
Disability and Rehabilitation 40 (8), 952-959, 2018
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