- S. Tonnon
Implementation of the lifestyle intervention 'Health under Construction' in the Dutch construction industry; Sustainable employability in the construction industry
- L. Lammerts
Return to work of workers without an employment contract, sick-listed due to a common mental disorder: Evaluation of a participatory supportive return to work program.
- M. van Egmond
Return to work in cancer survivors with job loss.
- P. van Muijen
Work ability and fatigue in cancer survivors on long-term sick leave.
- A. de Wind
From early retirement to working beyond retirement.
- M. van Vilsteren
Workplace intervention to improve work functioning for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
- L. Viester
Worksite health promotion in the construction industry.
- E. van der Meer
The Hands4U study. Implementing a guideline for the prevention of hand eczema among healthcare workers.
- A. van Drongelen
Irregular working hours in the airline industry: Work schedule related health outcomes and possibilities for prevention.
- J.K. Coffeng
A Worksite Social & Physical Environmental Health Program.
- A. Vonk Noordegraaf
Recovery and Return to Work after Gynaecological Surgery.
- J. van Berkel
Worksite health promotion: Development and evaluation of a mindfulness-based intervention and ethical considerations.
- M. van Wier
Alife Work: The effects of a distance counseling lifestyle program for weight control among an overweight working population.
- N.A. Elbers
Empowerment of injured claimants: Investigating claim factors, procedural justice and e-health.
- K.M. Oude Hengel
Sustainable Employability of Construction Workers.
- F. Zwerver
Development and evaluation of an implementation strategy for insurance medicine guidelines for depression.
- R.F. van Gils
Integrated care for hand eczema: A cost-effectiveness study.
- L.M. Verweij
Occupational Health Guideline for Preventing Weight Gain among Employees: a (cost-) effectiveness study.
- M. Vlasveld
Sickness absence and return to work in workers with major depressive disorder: The Netherlands Depression Initiative in the occupational healthcare setting.
- S. Vermeulen
Return to work for temporary agency workers and unemployed workers, sick-listed due to musculoskeletal disorders: Cost-effectiveness of a participatory return to work program.
- J.E. Strijk
The (cost-) effectiveness of a lifestyle intervention in order to improve older workers' vitality: The Vital Work study.
- D. Samoocha
Empowerment of Disability Benefit Claimants prior to their Disability Assessment.
- E. Speklé
Effectiveness of an intervention programme on arm, shoulder and neck symptoms in computer workers.
- M.T. Driessen
Participatory ergonomics to prevent low back pain and neck pain at the workplace.
- H.J. van Rijssen
Communication between social insurance physicians and work disability claimants.
- I.F. Groeneveld
Health under Construction: A lifestyle intervention for construction workers at risk for cardiovascular disease.
- L.C. Lambeek
Return to work management for chronic low back pain.
- S. van Oostrom
Return to work for employees with distress: Cost-effectiveness of the participatory workplace intervention.
- K. Uegaki
Economic evaluation of interventions for occupational health: exploring methods & applied studies.
- H. Hlobil
The management of occupational low back pain and its cost-effectiveness.
- D.S. Rebergen
Effectiveness of guideline-based care of workers with mental health problems.
- S. Ijmker
Risk factors for arm-wrist-hand and neck-shoulder symptoms among office workers: A longitudinal perspective.
- H. Hamberg-van Reenen
Physical capacity and work-related musculoskeletal symptoms.