FREE Virtual Issue: Occupational Health in the Netherlands
This FREE virtual issue includes, for the first time, all of the Dutch research published in the last five years by Occupational Medicine.
Sickness absence frequency among women working in hospital care
Corné A. M. Roelen, Jolanda A. H. Schreuder, Petra C. Koopmans, Bente E. Moen, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Job satisfaction and sickness absence: a questionnaire survey
Corné A. M. Roelen, Petra C. Koopmans, Annette Notenbomer, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Notification of occupational skin diseases by dermatologists in The Netherlands
T. M. Pal, N. S. de Wilde, M. M. van Beurden, P. J. Coenraads, and D. P. Bruynzeel.
Determinants of work ability and its predictive value for disability
S. M. Alavinia, A. G. E. M. de Boer, J. C. van Duivenbooden, M. H. W. Frings-Dresen, and A Burdorf.
Sickness absence and psychosocial work conditions: a multilevel study
Corné A. M. Roelen, Sabine H. Weites, Petra C. Koopmans, Jac J. L. van der Klink, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Effectiveness of e-learning in continuing medical education for occupational physicians
Nathalie I. R. Hugenholtz, Einar M. de Croon, Paul B. Smits, Frank J. H. van Dijk, and Karen Nieuwenhuijsen.
Work ability in sick-listed patients with major depressive disorder
Frans G. Slebus, P. Paul F. M. Kuijer, J. (Han) H. B. M. Willems, Monique H. W. Frings-Dresen, and Judith K. Sluiter.
The effectiveness of an educational programme on occupational disease reporting
P. B. A. Smits, A. G. E. M. de Boer, P. P. F. M. Kuijer, I. Braam, D. Spreeuwers, A. F. Lenderink, J. H. A. M. Verbeek, and F. J. H. van Dijk.
Psychometrics and validation of a screening instrument for sickness absence
Saskia F. A. Duijts, IJmert Kant, Piet A. van den Brandt, and Gerard M. H. Swaen.
Diagnosing and reporting of occupational diseases: a quality improvement study
D. Spreeuwers, A. G. E. M. de Boer, J. H. A. M. Verbeek, M. M. van Beurden, and F. J. H. van Dijk.
Depressed and absent from work: predicting prolonged depressive symptomatology among employees
Veerle Brenninkmeijer, Irene Houtman, and Roland Blonk.
Evaluation of a workshop on evidence-based medicine for social insurance physicians
Rob Kok, Jan L. Hoving, Jos H. Verbeek, Frederieke G. Schaafsma, Paul B. A. Smits, and Frank J. H. van Dijk.
A protocol improves GP recording of long-term sickness absence risk factors
Paul van Dijk, Wouter Hogervorst, Gerben ter Riet, and Frank van Dijk.
Risk of future sickness absence in frequent and long-term absentees
Petra C. Koopmans, Corné A. M. Roelen, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Perceived job demands relate to self-reported health complaints
Corne A. M. Roelen, K. Jeep Schreuder, Petra C. Koopmans, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Job demands, health perception and sickness absence
Corne A. M. Roelen, Petra C. Koopmans, Jan H. de Graaf, Johannes W. van Zandbergen, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Vocational rehabilitation of locomotive engineers with ischaemic heart disease
Jaap van Dijk, Jos Govaarts, and Pierre-Albert Voumard.
An assessment of occupational health care in the Netherlands (1996–2005)
M. M. A. De Valk, C. Oostrom, and A. J. P. Schrijvers.
Identifying workers at risk of sickness absence by questionnaire
Corné A. M. Roelen, Tjepke R. van der Pol, Petra C. Koopmans, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Adherence to mental health guidelines by Dutch occupational physicians
David Rebergen, John Hoenen, Annemarie Heinemans, David Bruinvels, Arnold Bakker, and Willem van Mechelen.
Job satisfaction and short-term sickness absence among Dutch workers
Annette Notenbomer, Corné A. M. Roelen, and Johan W. Groothoff.
Leisure time physical activity and sickness absenteeism
Ludovic G. P. M. van Amelsvoort, Mark G. Spigt, Gerard M. H. Swaen, and IJmert Kant.
Searching bibliographic databases for literature on chronic disease and work participation
Joke Haafkens, Clara Moerman, Merel Schuring, and Frank van Dijk.
Skin disease in paper mill workers
F. H. W. Jungbauer, G. J. Lensen, J. W. Groothoff, and P. J. Coenraads.
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