Archives of Public Health - 2008 - vol. 66

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1 Archives of Public Health, the makeover
  H. Van Oyen
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5 Flanders preschool dietary survey: rationale, aims, design, methodology and population characteristics
  I. Huybrechts, C. Matthys, I. Pynaert, M. De Maeyer, M. Bellemans, H. De Geeter, S. De Henauw
Keywords: nutrition survey, diet survey, diet record, food-frequency questionnaire, design, method, child, Flanders
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26 A literature review on sick leave frequency determinants of the past decades
  WGM. Beemsterboer, JW. Groothoff, FJN. Nijhuis
Keywords: review, sick leave frequency, determinants
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35 Emotional distress among family caregivers in Canada: longitudinal analysis of the national population health survey
  JI. Cameron, DE. Stewart, GA. Tomlinson, RL. Franche, I. Hyman, AM. Cheung
Keywords: caregivers, depression, public health, longitudinal survey
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46 Boekbespreking: Winkler Prins medisch handboek – Vlaamse editie
  G. Van Hal
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48 Inequalities in Health
  H. Van Oyen
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Mental health services use in the general Belgian population: estimating the impact of mental health and social determinants

  A. Gouwy, W. Christiaens, P. Bracke
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The role of socioeconomic status, peer and school context for adolescent smoking

  M. Richter, T. Lampert
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Overweight and obesity in primary practice. A patient-based study

  A. Al-Windi
Keywords: Body Mass Index (BMI), cardiovascular disease, general practice, primary care, musculoskeletal disorders
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102 PhD Dissertation: executive summary

Official registrations for an evaluation-based health policy. Aspects of policy support at national, intermediary and local level


W. Aelvoet
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105 Editorial - Cancer screening: EU recommendations and current practice in Belgium
  Van Hal G.
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Cancer screening: EU recommendations and current practice in Belgium

  Neyt M, De Laet C, Van de Sande S, Hulstaert F, Paulus D, Van den Bruel A, Mambourg F, Vinck I, Ramaekers D.
Keywords: mass screening, colorectal neoplasms, breast neoplasms, prostatic neoplasms, uterine cervical neoplasms
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Australian Tobacco Smoking Rates by Occupation: Results from Three National Surveys Conducted between 1989 and 2001

  Smith DR, Leggat PA.
Keywords: smoking, occupation, Australia, prevalence, trends
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The Belgian Law on Patient Rights in the practice of medical specialists

  Schoonacker M, Louckx F, Vanroelen C.
Keywords: law on patient rights, patient-centred care, specialists
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158 Book review

Het sterfbed in België. Resultaten van de SENTI-MELC studie 2005-2006


Van der Heyden J.
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161 PhD Dissertation: executive summary

Dietary habits in preschool children as a basis for the de-velopment of a methodological framework for future dietary surveillance


Huybrechts I.
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166 Editorial - Wear the willow is bad for your health
  Van Oyen H.
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The impact of divorce on the health status of ex-partners

  Bronselaer JLJ, De Koker BSM, Van Peer CMA.
Keywords: divorce, ex-partners, health care use, psychological health, physical health, literature review
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Sodium intake in the Belgian population. Research limitations and policy implications

  Vandevijvere S, Van Oyen H.
Keywords: sodium intake, food consumption survey, Belgium, food groups
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The role of the curative physician in disability management. A literature review

  Mortelmans AK, Donceel P, Lahaye D, Bulterys S.
Keywords: disability evaluation, disability insurance, employment, family physicians, occupational medicine, physician’s role, rehabilitation, sick leave
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213 Book review

The Development of Modern Epidemiology. Personal reports from those who are there


Van Oyen H.
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215 PhD Dissertation: executive summary

Benzodiazepines sleeping through the problem. (Avoiding of) Inititiation of benzodiazepines in primary health care. Perceptions of general practitioners, patients and nurses


Anthierens S.
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