- de Jong Merel, Tamminga Sietske J., van Es Robert J. J., Frings-Dresen Monique H. W., de Boer Angela G. E. M. The quality of working life questionnaire for cancer survivors (QWLQ-CS): factorial structure, internal consistency, construct validity and reproducibility BMC cancer 2018;18 (1):66 [PubMed]
- Zaman AnneClaire G. N. M., Tytgat Kristien M. A. J., Klinkenbijl Jean H. G., Frings-Dresen Monique H. W., de Boer Angela G. E. M. Design of a multicentre randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a tailored clinical support intervention to enhance return to work for gastrointestinal cancer patients BMC cancer 2016;16:303 [PubMed]
- Rottenberg Yakir, Ratzon Navah Z., Cohen Miri, Hubert Ayala, Uziely Beatrice, de Boer Angela G. E. M. Unemployment risk at 2 and 4 years following colorectal cancer diagnosis: a population based study European journal of cancer (Oxford, England 2016;69:70-76 [PubMed]
- de Boer Angela G. E. M., Taskila Tyna K., Tamminga Sietske J., Feuerstein Michael, Frings-Dresen Monique H. W., Verbeek Jos H. Interventions to enhance return-to-work for cancer patients Cochrane database of systematic reviews (Online) 2015;2015 (9):CD007569 [PubMed]
- Aaronson Neil K., Mattioli Vittorio, Minton Ollie, Weis Joachim, Johansen Christoffer, Dalton Susanne O., Verdonck-de Leeuw Irma M., Stein Kevin D., Alfano Catherine M., Mehnert Anja, de Boer Angela, van de Poll-Franse Lonneke V. Beyond treatment - Psychosocial and behavioural issues in cancer survivorship research and practice EJC supplements : EJC 2014;12 (1):54-64 [PubMed]
A.G.E.M. de Boer PhD (Chronic disease and work)
The research line aims to improve work functioning and to prevent unemployment in patients with a chronic disease or with chronic symptoms as a result of a disease with specific emphasis on cancer patients.
The focus is on three aspects: 1) Getting insight in the work situation, quality of working life and career pathways of employees with a chronic disease; 2) Identifying risk factors for unemployment and diminished work functioning; 3) Developing and evaluating evidence-based interventions to support employment, re-integration and work functioning in employees with a chronic disease.
Research is conducted both within the curative sector into employees returning to work or employees who have returned to work but are experiencing work-related problems and within companies of employees with a chronic disease. Interventions to support employment, re-integration and work functioning in employees with a chronic disease involve support by health care professionals including nurses, occupational physicians and medical specialists and e-health interventions. Research is further focused on questionnaire construction, meta-analyses and guideline development.
Prof. M.H.W. Dresen PhD (Occupational Diseases; Etiology and prevention of work-related diseases)
- Deloitte Consulting B.V.
- KWF Kankerbestrijding
- Stichting Instituut GAK
- Stichting oPuce Foundation