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1 Can workers with chronic back pain shift from pain elimination to function restore at work? Qualitative evaluation of an innovative work related multidisciplinary programme
article 2009    
Author: Buijs, P.C. · Lambeek, L.C. · Koppenrade, V. · Hooftman, W.E. · Anema, J.R.
Keywords: Ergonomics · Veilig en Gezond Werken · Low back pain · Qualitative research · Return to work · adult · aged · analgesia · clinical article · clinical effectiveness · controlled study · disease severity · employee attitude · female · functional assessment · functional status · health program · human · kinesiotherapy · low back pain · male · occupational disease · occupational health service · outpatient care · patient compliance · priority journal · review · semi structured interview · work resumption · workplace · Work and Employment · Healthy Living
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2 Task analysis of information technology-mediated medication management in outpatient care
article 2015    
Author: Stiphout, F. van · Zwart-van Rijkom, J.E.F. · Maggio, L.A. · Aarts, J.E.C.M. · Bates, D.W. · Gelder, T. van · Jansen, P.A.F. · Schraagen, J.M.C. · Egberts, A.C.G. · Braak, E.W.M.T. ter
Keywords: Pharmacology · Education · Human factors · IT · Medication management · Task analysis · Cognition · Conceptual framework · Decomposition · Formal task analysis · Information technology · Integration · Interpersonal communication · Interview · Job performance · Macrocognitive task · Managed care · Medical education · Medication therapy management · Outpatient care · Patient safety · Physician attitude · Responsibility · Task performance · Treatment planning · Workflow · Human & Operational Modelling · HOI - Human Behaviour & Organisational Innovations · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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3 Het instellen op insuline van patiënten met diabetes mellitus type 2: In een transmurale organisatievorm minstens even effectief als poliklinisch; een retrospectief onderzoek met 4 jaar follow-up [Initiating insulin therapy in patients with diabetes mellitus type 2: In a transmural form of care at least as effective as an outpatients form; a retrospective study with a 4-year follow-up]
article 2002    
Author: Rosendal, H. · Vondeling, H. · Witte, L.P. de · Hutubessy, R.C.W. · Beekum, W.T. van · Heine, R.J.
Keywords: Health · Hemoglobin A1c · Adult · Controlled study · Diabetes control · Drug efficacy · Glucose blood level · Health behavior · Health status · Hemoglobin determination · Insulin treatment · Major clinical study · Non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus · Outpatient care · Patient care · Patient monitoring · Aged · Ambulatory Care Facilities · Clinical Protocols · Cohort Studies · Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 · Family Practice · Female · Follow-Up Studies · Humans · Hypoglycemic Agents · Insulin · Male · Middle Aged · Netherlands · Outcome Assessment (Health Care) · Patient Satisfaction · Retrospective Studies · Self Care · Treatment Outcome
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4 Disagreement between bedside and laboratory activated partial thromboplastin time and international normalized ratio for various novel anticoagulants
article 2001    
Author: Kemme, M.J.B. · Faaij, R.A. · Schoemaker, R.C. · Kluft, C. · Meijer, P. · Cohen, A.F. · Burggraaf, J.
Keywords: Activated partial thromboplastin time · Bedside monitor · International normalized ratio · Prothrombin time · Anticoagulant agent · Fondaparinux · Napsagatran · Recombinant tissue factor pathway inhibitor · Adult · Blood clotting parameters · Blood sampling · Clinical article · Intermethod comparison · Laboratory test · Outpatient care · Partial thromboplastin time · Prothrombin time · Thromboembolism · Anticoagulants · Antithrombins · Drug Monitoring · False Negative Reactions · False Positive Reactions · Fibrinolytic Agents · Heparin · Humans · Laboratories · Naphthalenes · Oligosaccharides · Partial Thromboplastin Time · Piperidines · Point-of-Care Systems · Reproducibility of Results · Warfarin
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5 Level of agreement between patient self-report and observer ratings of health-related quality of life communication in oncology
article 2007    
Author: Hilarius, D.L. · Kloeg, P.H.A.M. · Detmar, S.B. · Muller, M.J. · Aaronson, N.K.
Keywords: Health · Communication research · Health-related quality of life · Level of agreement · Observer ratings · Patient self-report · Cancer center · Cancer chemotherapy · Cancer fatigue · Cancer patient · Cognition · Consultation · Demography · Observation · Observational study · Outpatient care · Prevalence · Quality of life index · Sample size · Self report · Sleep disorder · Social interaction · Statistical analysis · Adult · Aged · Ambulatory Care · Antineoplastic Agents · Attitude of Health Personnel · Attitude to Health · Communication · Data Collection · Female · Hospitals, Community · Humans · Male · Medical Oncology · Middle Aged · Neoplasms · Netherlands · Nurse-Patient Relations · Nursing Assessment · Nursing Evaluation Research · Nursing Methodology Research · Nursing Staff, Hospital · Oncologic Nursing · Quality of Life
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