Archives of Public Health - 2003 - vol. 61

No. 1 - 2
3 Socio-professional level and long-term mortality in three Belgian large-scale studies.
  F. Kittel, P. De Smet, F. Leynen, M. Dramaix, G. De Backer, M. Kornitzer
Keywords: psychosocial, long-term prediction, mortality, coronary heart disease
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Socio-economic status, nutrition and health.

  S. De Henauw, C. Matthys, G. De Backer
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33 Do regional differences in psychosocial variables contribute to regional differences in cardiovascular mortality in Belgium ?
P. De Smet, M. Moreau, E. Pelfrene, E. Clays, F. Leynen, F. Kittel, G. De Backer, M. Kornitzer
Keywords: Belgium, coronary heart disease mortality, psychosocial variables, work environment
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53 The Job Content Questionnaire: methodological considerations and challenges for future research.
E. Pelfrene, E. Clays, M. Moreau, R. Mak, P. Vlerick, M. Kornitzer, G. De Backer
Keywords: -
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75 Job stress and prevalence of diabetes: results from the belstress study.
F. Leynen, M. Moreau, E. Pelfrene, E. Clays, G. De Backer, M. Kornitzer
Keywords: Job characteristics, job stress, stress models, demands-control-support model, diabetes, cardiovascular
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91 Study of new explanatory mechanisms in the relation between job stress and cardiovascular diseases.
  E. Clays, R. Mak, J. Delanghe, L. Van Renterghem, F. Kittel, F. Leynen, G. De Backer
Keywords: Job stress, cardiovascular diseases, inflammation, infection
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101 Occupational stress and incidence of sick leave in three sectors of activity of the Belgian workforce: the belstress study.
  M. Moreau, F. Valente, R. Mak, E. Pelfrene, P. De Smet, G. De Backer, M. Kornitzer
Keywords: Job characteristics, job stress, sick leave, stress models, demands-control-support model, sectors of activity
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