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1 ESPR subject area 4 'environmental education, science communication, science & policy, health issues'
article 2007    
Author: Leeuwen, K. van
Keywords: Health · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · ecology · editorial · education · environmental health · interpersonal communication · policy · risk assessment · science · Communication · Ecology · Environmental Health · Public Policy · Risk Assessment · Science

2 Hearing and Performance During a 70-h Exposure to Noise Simulating the Space Station Environment
article 2004    
Author: Abel, S.M. · Crabtree, B. · Baranski, J.V. · Smith, D.G. · Thompson, M.M. · Steeneken, H.J.M. · Verhave, J.A. · Buckey, J.C. · Alvarenga, D.L. · Comtois, J.M.
Keywords: aviation Acoustics and Audiology Psychology · Space · Cognitive function · Hearing loss · Speech communication · Aerospace medicine · Auditory system · Cardiovascular function · Cognition · Interpersonal communication · Memory · Motivation · Noise · Speech · Atmosphere Exposure Chambers · Hearing · Noise · Psychoacoustics · Psychomotor Performance · Questionnaires · Space Flight · Space Simulation · Time Factors
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3 On the potential of personal networks for hospitals
article 2006    
Author: Hartog, F.T.H. den · Schmidt, J.R. · Vries, A. de
Keywords: Health · Computer communication networks · Distributed systems · Local area networks · Mobile emergency units · Network communication protocols · Telecommunication networks · Data communication systems · Distributed computer systems · Education · Hospitals · Medical applications · Emergency surgery · Information technology · Interpersonal communication · Operating room · Patient-Centered Care · Telemedicine
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4 The long way from the International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps (ICIDH) to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)
article 2003    
Author: Kleijn-Vrankrijker, M.W. de
Keywords: Health · Disease classification · Environmental factor · Functional assessment · Health status · Health survey · Interpersonal communication · Medical literature · Medical research · Nomenclature · Physical disability · Standardization · Activities of Daily Living · Disability Evaluation · Disabled Persons · Environment · Health Status Indicators · Humans · Social Environment · World Health Organization

5 Patients absent from work through sickness expect the GP to play a prominent role: Patiënten verwachten bij ziekteverzuim een prominente rol van de huisarts
article 2009    
Author: Buijs, P. · Heuvel, F.D. van · Steenbeek, R.
Keywords: Workplace · Veilig en Gezond Werken · absenteeism · article · calculation · chronic disease · consultation · doctor patient relation · general practitioner · human · independence · informed consent · interpersonal communication · knowledge · major clinical study · occupational physician · patient satisfaction · questionnaire · response variable · sample (statistics) · Student t test · trust · unemployment
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6 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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7 Effects of two types of intra-team feedback on developing a shared mental model in Command & Control teams
article 2000    
Author: Rasker, P.C. · Post, W.M. · Schraagen, J.M.C.
Keywords: Command and control Defence · Performance measurement · Self-management · Shared mental model · Coordination · Military · Command and Control · Communication · Intra-team feedback · Performance monitoring · Shared mental model · Team self-correction · Teams · interpersonal communication · Task performance · Decision Making, Organizational · Group Processes · Netherlands · Rescue Work · Task Performance and Analysis
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8 Use of HRQOL questionnaires to facilitate patient-physician communication
article 2003    
Author: Detmar, S.B.
Keywords: Health · Antineoplastic agent · Awareness · Cancer chemotherapy · Clinical practice · Doctor patient relation · Editorial · Functional assessment · Health care quality · Health status · Human · Interpersonal communication · Medical research · Outcomes research · Palliative therapy · Patient care · Patient information · Patient referral · Physical capacity · Physical disease · Prescription · Primary medical care · Psychological aspect · Psychosocial disorder · Quality of life · Questionnaire · Scoring system · Self report · Social aspect · Standardization · Symptomatology

9 How general practitioners can manage work-related psychological complaints. Design and pilot of a guideline: A contribution towards solving a huge problem
article 2006    
Author: Buijs, P. · Anema, H. · Evers, M. · Dijk, F. van · Klink, J. van der
Keywords: Workplace · Veilig en Gezond Werken · Absenteeism · Burnout · Clinical protocol · Doctor patient relation · Fatigue · General practice · Human · Interpersonal communication · Job stress · Medical expert · Mental disease · Occupational exposure · Physician attitude · Problem solving · Professional secrecy · Professionalism · Trust · Work resumption · Family Practice · Guideline Adherence · Humans · Occupational Diseases · Occupational Health · Patient Satisfaction · Physician-Patient Relations · Practice Guidelines · Questionnaires · Referral and Consultation · Stress

10 Toxicology in the 21st century - Working our way towards a visionary reality
article 2011    
Author: Berg, N. · Wever, B.de · Fuchs, H.W. · Gaca, M. · Krul, C.A.M. · Roggen, E.L.
Keywords: Health · -Omics · 21st Century vision · 3Rs · Computational · In vitro · Replacement · Testing strategy · Toxicity testing · Validation · article · biological model · education · Europe · ex vivo study · financial management · in vitro study · in vivo study · interpersonal communication · leadership · medical research · practice guideline · risk assessment · standardization · systems biology · toxicity testing · toxicology · validation process · Animalia · Healthy living · Biomedical Innovations · Themalijn
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11 Regulatory acceptance and use of 3R models for pharmaceuticals and chemicals: Expert opinions on the state of affairs and the way forward
article 2014    
Author: Schiffelers, M.J.W.A. · Blaauboer, B.J. · Bakker, W.E. · Beken, S. · Hendriksen, C.F.M. · Koeter, H. · Krul, C.A.M.
Keywords: Pharmacology · 3R models · Chemicals · Drivers and barriers · Multilevel perspective on technology transitions · Pharmaceuticals · Regulatory acceptance and use · Risk assessment · Animal testing alternative · Animal testing reduction · Animal testing refinement · Animal testing replacement · Drug industry · International cooperation · Interpersonal communication · Process development · Process optimization · Risk management · Biomedical Innovation · Healthy Living · Healthy Living · Themalijn
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12 Managing work-related psychological complaints by general practitioners, in coordination with occupational physicians: A pilot Study - Developing and testing a guideline
article 2007    
Author: Buijs, P.C. · Dijk, F.J.H. van · Evers, M. · Klink, J.J.L. van de · Anema, H.
Keywords: Workplace · Veilig en Gezond Werken · Coordination · General practitioner · Guideline · Occupational health · Occupational physician · Psychological complaints · Work-related · Adult · Conference paper · Employee · General practitioner · Human experiment · Information dissemination · Interpersonal communication · Job stress · Occupational physician · Practice guideline · Responsibility · Work resumption · Female · Humans · Male · Middle Aged · Netherlands · Physicians, Family · Pilot Projects · Questionnaires · Stress, Psychological
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13 The power of communication. Modifying behaviour: Effectively influencing nutrition patterns of patients
article 2005    
Author: Koster, F.R.T. · Verheijden, M.W. · Baartmans, J.A.
Keywords: Health Workplace · Leefomgeving en gezondheid · Behavioural change · Communication · Diet · General practitioner · Patient adherence · Behavior therapy · Diet therapy · Doctor patient relation · Eating habit · Follow up · General practice · Health behavior · Health education · Interpersonal communication · Lifestyle · Medical decision making · Medical practice · Nutritional health · Obesity · Patient care · Problem solving · Attitude of Health Personnel · Choice Behavior · Communication · Health Promotion · Humans · Netherlands · Nutrition Physiology · Patient Education · Physician's Practice Patterns · Physician-Patient Relations
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14 Ineffective disability management by doctors is an obstacle for return-to-work: a cohort study on low back pain patients sicklisted for 3-4 months
article 2002    
Author: Anema, J.R. · Giezen, A.M. van der · Buijs, P.C. · Mechelen, W. van
Keywords: Workplace · Beroepsrehabilitatie · Rugklachten · Hernia · Bedrijfsartsen · Bedrijfsverpleegkundigen · Reintegratie · Arbeidsgehandicapten · Interne communicatie · Rapportage · Verslaglegging · Adolescent · Adult · Attitude of Health Personnel · Clinical Competence · Cohort Studies · Employment · Family Practice · Female · Follow-Up Studies · Humans · Interprofessional Relations · Low Back Pain · Male · Middle Aged · Occupational Health Services · Prospective Studies · Questionnaires · Regression Analysis · Sick Leave absenteeism · Cohort analysis · Conflict · Disability · Information · Interpersonal communication · Major clinical study · Motivation · Occupational physician · Physician · Risk · Social psychology · Work resumption
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15 Can favorable psychosocial work conditions and high work dedication protect against the occurrence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders?
article 2008    
Author: Joling, C.I. · Blatter, B.M. · Ybema, J.F. · Bongers, P.M.
Keywords: Workplace · Veilig en Gezond Werken · Health outcome · Job resource · Working conditions · Controlled study · Data analysis · E-mail · Employee attitude · Interpersonal communication · Netherlands · Psychological aspect · Risk reduction · Social aspect · Social support · Statistical analysis · Work environment · Workload · Adult · Confidence Intervals · Female · Health Surveys · Humans · Longitudinal Studies · Male · Models, Statistical · Musculoskeletal Diseases · Occupational Diseases · Occupational Health · Odds Ratio · Psychological Tests · Psychometrics · Questionnaires · Regression Analysis · Severity of Illness Index · Work · Workplace
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16 Using the Speech Transmission Index for predicting non-native speech intelligibility
article 2004    
Author: Wijngaarden, S.J. van · Bronkhorst, A.W. · Houtgast, T. · Steeneken, H.J.M.
Keywords: Acoustics and Audiology · Acoustic noise · Bandwidth · Correlation methods · Linguistics · Speech · Psychometric functions · Speech transmission index (STI) · Acoustics · acoustics · biological environment · acoustics · article · correction function · engineering · hearing · interpersonal communication · linguistics · listening · measurement · noise · non native speech communication · prediction · priority journal · psychometry · speech · speech discrimination · speech intelligibility · speech transmission index · telecommunication · Humans · Logistic Models · Models, Biological · Multilingualism · Perceptual Masking · Reproducibility of Results · Speech Acoustics · Speech Intelligibility · Speech Perception · Speech Production Measurement
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17 Desloratadine shows no effect on performance during 6 h at 8,000 ft simulated cabin altitude
article 2004    
Author: Valk, P.J.L. · Roon, D.B. van · Simons, M. · Rikken, G.
Keywords: Aviation · Aviation · Cognition · Performance · Physiology · Sleep · Vigilance · Cognitive performance · Desloratadine · H1-receptor antagonist · Antihistaminic agent · Desloratadine · Diphenhydramine · Long acting drug · Placebo · Sedative agent · Adult · Airplane crew · Airplane pilot · Alertness · Altitude · Atmospheric pressure · Clinical trial · Cognition · Controlled clinical trial · Crossover procedure · Double blind procedure · Drug effect · Eye tracking · Fatigue · Flight · Flying · Human · Interpersonal communication · Male · Measurement · Normal human · Performance · Pulse oximetry · Randomized controlled trial · Scoring system · Sedation · simulation · single drug dose · Somnolence · Task performance · Administration, Oral · Adolescent · Adult · Aerospace Medicine · Affect · Analysis of Variance · Anti-Allergic Agents · Cross-Over Studies · Diphenhydramine · Double-Blind Method · Histamine H1 Antagonists, Non-Sedating · Humans · Loratadine · Male · Oximetry · Psychomotor Performance · Sleep · Statistics, Nonparametric
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