Work Conversations in Healthcare: 
how, where when, and by whom?

S Bartys, A Edmondson, K Burton, R Martin,

C Parker. London, Public Health England, 2019


Is work good for your health and well being?

G Waddell, K Burton

London, The Stationery Office, 2006. [ISBN 0 11 7036943]

Vocational rehabilitation – what works, for whom, and when?

G Waddell, AK Burton, NAS Kendall, London, The Stationery Office, 2008. [ISBN 0 11 7038615]

Telephonic support to facilitate return to work: what works, how, and when?

Kim Burton, Nick Kendall, Serena McCluskey, Pauline Dibben. Telephonic support to facilitate return to work: what works, how, and when? A review for DWP - #853. London, Department for Work and Pensions. December 2013

Tackling musculoskeletal problems

A guide for the clinic and workplace - identifying obstacles using the psychosocial flags framework. NAS Kendall, AK Burton, CJ Main, PJ Watson, on behalf ofthe Flags Think-Tank. London, The Stationery Office, 2009 [ISBN 0 11 703789 2]

System influences on work disability due to low back pain: an international evidence synthesis.

Bartys S, Frederiksen P, Bendix T, Burton K.

Health Policy 2017;121:903-912

Developing an intervention toolbox for common health problems in the workplace (RR 1053).

Kendall N, Burton K, Lunt J, Mellor N, Daniels K. 

HSE Books, 2016

Additional links

Implementing a Community-Focused Health & Work Service (HWS)

A Project of the Fiscal Institute at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Jennifer Christian, Thomas Wickizer, and Kim Burton

May 2019