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van Berkel, S.R. (author), Prevoo, M.J.L. (author), Linting, M. (author), Pannebakker, F.D. (author), Alink, L.R.A. (author)
BACKGROUND: The third Netherlands' Prevalence study of Maltreatment of children and youth (NPM-2017) continues the tradition of periodically mapping the national prevalence of child maltreatment. OBJECTIVE: The NPM-2017 provides an update of the current prevalence rates of child maltreatment and of changes in its prevalence over the last 12...
article 2020
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Vink, R.M. (author), van Dommelen, P. (author), van der Pal, S.M. (author), Eikhout, I. (author), Pannebakker, F.D. (author), Klein Velderman, M. (author), Haagmans, M. (author), Mulder, T. (author), Dekker, M. (author)
Background Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) may have a life-long impact on mental health and are related to physical disease, such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases in adulthood. Research on ACEs suffers from recall bias when performed with adults. Objective To estimate the prevalence of ACEs and the interrelationships between ACEs as...
article 2019
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Hoytema van Konijnenburg, E.M. (author), Diderich, H.M. (author), Teeuw, A.H. (author), Klein Velderman, M. (author), Oudesluys-Murphy, A.M. (author), van der Lee, J.H. (author)
To improve identification of child maltreatment, a new policy (‘Hague protocol’) was implemented in hospitals in The Netherlands, stating that adults attending the hospital emergency department after intimate partner violence, substance abuse or a suicide attempt should be asked whether they care for children. If so, these children are referred...
article 2016
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van den Bossche, S. (author)
Workplace violence refers to incidents where workers are abused, threatened or assaulted, either by people from within or outside their workplace. Workplace violence may have severe negative consequences for the workers affected, their co-workers and families; as well as for organisations and the society as a whole. The aim of this article is to...
other 2014
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Akhnikh, S. (author), Engelberts, A.C. (author), van Sleuwen, B.E. (author), L’ Hoir, M.P. (author), Benninga, M.A. (author)
Excessive crying, often described as infantile colic, is the cause of 10% to 20% of all early pediatrician visits of infants aged 2 weeks to 3 months. Although usually benign and selflimiting, excessive crying is associated with parental exhaustion and stress. However, and underlying organic cause is found in less than 5% of these infants. In...
article 2014
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van den Bossche, S. (author), Taris, T. (author), Houtman, I. (author), Smulders, P. (author), Kompier, M. (author)
Incidence rates of third party workplace violence in Europe have increased, but little is known about the causes thereof. It has been suggested that the growth of the service sector and the intensification of work could be responsible for the increase. This study aimed to identify trends in the prevalence of physical workplace violence across...
article 2013
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Diderich, H.M. (author), Fekkes, M. (author), Verkerk, P.H. (author), Pannebakker, F.D. (author), Velderman, M.K. (author), Sorensen, P.J.G. (author), Baeten, P. (author), Oudesluys-Murphy, A.M. (author)
Identifying child abuse and neglect solely on the grounds of child characteristics leaves many children undetected. We developed a new approach (Hague protocol) based on characteristics of parents who attend the Emergency Department (ED) because they have the following problems: (1) intimate partner violence, (2) substance abuse, or (3) suicide...
article 2013
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Koningsveld, E. (author)
In many countries, aggression and violence at work are an increasing problem . Public services, like police, ambulances, hospitals, fire brigade, and civil services, seem to be confronted with relatively many of the incidents. Employees suffer from verbal abuse, discrimination, sexual harassment, intimidation and threatening, or even physical...
conference paper 2011
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TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author), van den Bossche, S.N.J. (author), Taris, T.W. (author), Houtman, I.L.D. (author), Smulders, P.G.W. (author), Kompier, M.A.J. (author)
Incidence rates of physical violence in Europe have increased in the past decade, but little is known about the causes. It has been suggested that the growth of the service sector (leading to more interactions with clients) and the intensification of work (more time pressure, less control, more use of information technology) could be partly...
other 2010
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Oosterlee, A. (author), Vink, R.M. (author), Smit, F. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Background: Reliable prevalence estimates of family violence in adults and children are difficult to obtain. Most are based on surveys or registration counts, whose research designs and methods are often questionable, making the results difficult to compare. This article presents an alternative approach. Methods: The capture-recapture method ...
article 2009
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Fekkes, M. (author), Pijpers, F.I.M. (author), Verloove-Vanhorick, S.P. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
Objectives: To assess the association between bullying behavior and a wide variety of psychosomatic health complaints and depression. Study design: In a cross-sectional study, 2766 elementary school children age 9 to 12 years filled out a questionnaire on bullying behavior and health complaints. Three groups - bullied children, active bullies,...
article 2004
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