Author: Boot CRL

Original article 2022;48(3):190-199   pdf
Associations of combining paid work and family care with gender-specific differences in depressive symptoms among older workers and the role of work characteristics
Bijnsdorp FM, van der Beek AJ, Broese van Groenou MI, Proper KI, van den Heuvel SG, Boot CRL
 
Original article 2021;47(6):435-445   pdf
The contribution of employer characteristics to continued employment of employees with residual work capacity: evidence from register data in The Netherlands
van Ooijen R, Koning PWC, Boot CRL, Brouwer S
 
Editorial 2021;47(2):91-93   pdf full text
How qualitative studies can strengthen occupational health research
Boot CRL, Bosma AR
 
Original article 2021;47(1):15-21   pdf full text
Work factors facilitating working beyond state pension age: Prospective cohort study with register follow-up
Andersen LL, Thorsen SV, Larsen M, Sundstrup E, Boot CRL, Rugulies R
 
Review 2020;46(1):5-18   pdf full text
Smoking and sickness absence: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Troelstra SA, Coenen P, Boot CRL, Harting J, Kunst AE, van der Beek AJ
 
Book review 2019;45(2):211-212   pdf full text
The Science and Politics of Work Disability Prevention
Brouwer S, Boot CRL
 
Letter to the Editor 2019;45(1):98-99   pdf full text
Multiple-job holding is not a type of precarious employment
Bouwhuis S, Geuskens GA, van der Beek AJ, Boot CRL
 
Original article 2018;44(6):613-621   pdf full text
Effectiveness of a digital platform-based implementation strategy to prevent work stress in a healthcare organization: a 12-month follow-up controlled trial
Havermans BM, Boot CRL, Brouwers EPM, Houtman ILD, Heerkens YF, Zijlstra-Vlasveld MC, Twisk JWR, Anema JR, van der Beek AJ
 
Original article 2017;43(4):326-336   pdf full text
Predicting working beyond retirement in the Netherlands: an interdisciplinary approach involving occupational epidemiology and economics
Scharn M, van der Beek AJ, Huisman M, de Wind A, Lindeboom M, Elbers CTM, Geuskens GA, Boot CRL
 
Review 2016;42(5):371-381   pdf full text
Process variables in organizational stress management intervention evaluation research: a systematic review
Havermans BM, Schelvis RMC, Boot CRL, Brouwers EPM, Anema JR, van der Beek AJ
  1  2  (show all)