Evaluation research in occupational health services: general principles and a systematic review of empirical studies.

  title={Evaluation research in occupational health services: general principles and a systematic review of empirical studies.},
  author={Carel T. J. Hulshof and Jozef H A M Verbeek and Frank van Dijk and Willeke E van der Weide and I T J Braam},
  journal={Occupational and environmental medicine},
  volume={56 6},
OBJECTIVES To study the nature and extent of evaluation research in occupational health services (OHSs). METHODS Literature review of evaluation research in OHSs. On the basis of a conceptual model of OHS evaluation, empirical studies are categorised into aspects of input, process, output, outcome, and OHS core activities. RESULTS Many methods to evaluate OHSs or OHS activities exist, depending on the objective and object of evaluation. The amount of empirical studies on evaluation of OHSs… CONTINUE READING


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