United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, English
This toolkit was developed by clinical experts, patient representative groups, college and university representatives and, of course, adolescents and young people themselves.
Its main aims are to:
- help employers and FE institutions understand the part they play in preventing MSK conditions
- set out how employers and FE institutions can support young people with chronic MSK conditions to realise their potential, thrive and remain in work or education.
This toolkit sets out practical advice for employers and FE institutions to help adolescents and young people maintain good MSK health and help those with existing MSK conditions to thrive in their environment.
Level of Education: School, Initial vocational education and training
Lead Organisation: British Society for Rheumatology and the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities