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The Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA): rationale, objectives and methods
- B. Penninx, A. Beekman, R. van Dyck
- PsychologyInternational journal of methods in psychiatric…
- 1 September 2008
The Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA) is a multi‐site naturalistic cohort study to: (1) describe the long‐term course and consequences of depressive and anxiety disorders, and (2)…
Behavioural treatment for chronic low-back pain.
- R. Ostelo, M. V. van Tulder, J. Vlaeyen, S. Linton, S. Morley, W. Assendelft
- Psychology, MedicineThe Cochrane database of systematic reviews
Combined respondent-cognitive therapy and progressive relaxation therapy are more effective than WLC on short-term pain relief, however, it is unknown whether these results sustain in the long term.
Corticosteroid injections, physiotherapy, or a wait-and-see policy for lateral epicondylitis: a randomised controlled trial
Interventions to improve the management of diabetes in primary care, outpatient, and community settings: a systematic review.
- C. Renders, G. Valk, S. Griffin, E. Wagner, J. T. Eijk Van, W. Assendelft
- Medicine, Political ScienceDiabetes care
- 1 October 2001
Multifaceted professional interventions and organizational interventions that facilitate structured and regular review of patients were effective in improving the process of care.
Interventions to improve the management of diabetes mellitus in primary care, outpatient and community settings.
- C. Renders, G. Valk, S. Griffin, E. Wagner, J. T. Eijk, W. Assendelft
- Medicine, Political ScienceThe Cochrane database of systematic reviews
- 23 October 2000
Multifaceted professional interventions can enhance the performance of health professionals in managing patients with diabetes and lead to improved patient health outcomes.
Systematic review of the occurrence of infantile colic in the community
- P. Lucassen, W. Assendelft, J. V. van Eijk, J. Gubbels, A. Douwes, W. V. van Geldrop
- MedicineArchives of disease in childhood
- 1 May 2001
Occurrence rates of infantile colic vary greatly according to methodological quality, and a considerable number of parents reporting prolonged crying do not seek or need professional help.
Integrated disease management interventions for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Compared with controls, IDM showed a statistically and clinically significant improvement in disease-specific QoL on all domains of the Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire after 12 months and quality of evidence was scored as high quality, and on the CRQ as moderate quality evidence.
Manual Therapy, Physical Therapy, or Continued Care by a General Practitioner for Patients with Neck Pain
This randomized, controlled trial of manual therapy, physical therapy, and continued care by a doctor confirms the superiority of manual Therapy and physical therapy over continued care in patients with nonspecific neck pain.
Use of Framingham risk score and new biomarkers to predict cardiovascular mortality in older people: population based observational cohort study
In very old people from the general population with no history of cardiovascular disease, concentrations of homocysteine alone can accurately identify those at high risk of cardiovascular mortality, whereas classic risk factors included in the Framingham risk score do not.
Manual Therapy, Physical Therapy, or Continued Care by the General Practitioner for Patients With Neck Pain: Long-Term Results From a Pragmatic Randomized Clinical Trial
Short-term results have shown that MT speeded recovery compared with GP care and, to a lesser extent, also compared with PT, and in the long-term, GP treatment and PT caught up with MT, and differences between the three treatment groups decreased and lost statistical significance at the 13-week and 52-week follow-up.