Willem Bosveld

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OBJECTIVES To identify factors related to alcohol use among Turks and Moroccans living in the Netherlands. Furthermore, to reveal methodological problems related to research among Turks and Moroccans in general and to alcohol research among these groups in particular. DESIGN Individual face-to-face interviews were carried out with Dutch researchers (n =(More)
The aim of the present study was to test the quality of the "Quantity Frequency Variability" (QFV) measure and the "Weekly Recall" (WR) measure among second-generation Turks and Moroccans in The Netherlands. Data were gathered in an experimental study conducted in 2002, in Rotterdam, the second largest city in the Netherlands. A sample of 744(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The physical therapy management of patients with pain often lacks a theoretical or conceptual basis. The purpose of this study was to compare treatments of patients with back and knee pain with a treatment framework (conceptual model) that we developed. This framework emphasizes physiological recovery, or reduction of impairments (eg,(More)
AIMS To test the effects of data collection mode and ethnicity of interviewers on response rates and self-reported alcohol use among second-generation Turks and Moroccans in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. METHODS Two hundred and sixty-nine Turks and 271 Moroccans were interviewed face-to-face, and 475 Turks and 482 Moroccans received a mailed questionnaire.(More)
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