Author: Verbeek J

Editorial 2010;36(4):269-271   pdf
How do we know if monetary incentives are effective and efficient for controlling health and safety risks at work?
Verbeek J
 
Discussion paper 2010;36(4):313-318   pdf
Developing guidelines for good practice in the economic evaluation of occupational safety and health interventions
Tompa E, Verbeek J, van Tulder M, de Boer A
 
Review 2009;35(6):403-413   pdf
A systematic review of occupational safety and health business cases
Verbeek J, Pulliainen M, Kankaanpää E
 
Editorial 2009;35(6):401-402   pdf
The economic dimension of occupational health and safety
Verbeek J
 
Review 2008;34(3):169-178   pdf
Systematic review of interventions for reducing occupational stress in health care workers
Ruotsalainen J, Serra C, Marine A, Verbeek J
 
Editorial 2008;34(3):165-167   pdf
Moose Consort Strobe and Miame Stard Remark or how can we improve the quality of reporting studies
Verbeek J
 
Editorial 2007;33(2):81-83   pdf
More systematic reviews needed to improve occupational health
Verbeek J
 
Short communication 2004;30(4):327-330   pdf
Information demands of occupational health physicians and their attitude towards evidence-based medicine
Schaafsma F, Hulshof C, van Dijk F, Verbeek J
 
Discussion paper 2004;30(2):164-168   pdf
Building an evidence base for occupational health interventions
Verbeek J, Husman K, van Dijk F, Jauhiainen M, Pasternack I, Vainio H
 
Letters to the editor 2002;28(5):359-360   pdf
Authors’ reply
Verbeek J, van Dijk F, Malmivaara A, Hulshof C, Räsänen K, Kankaanpää E, Mukala K
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