Annemiek Scholten

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The study investigates whether changing jobs is related to work-related well-being of people with musculoskeletal impairments. In order to assess this relationship subjects who began new jobs after rehabilitation (N=52) were compared with subjects who returned to their former employment (N=63). Work-related well-being was measured by means of the scales(More)
BACKGROUND In Europe, 1.7 million persons of working age are diagnosed with cancer each year. During or after treatment, cancer survivors (CSs) are vulnerable for job loss, and many CSs struggle with return to work (RTW). When offering RTW interventions to CSs, it is important to conduct a process evaluation to assess such factors as the population reached(More)
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