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The impact of individual and area characteristics on urban socioeconomic differences in health and smoking
Reported health, lifestyles, and use of health care of first generation immigrants in the Netherlands: Do socioeconomic factors explain their adverse position?
Higher prevalence of mental disorders in socioeconomically deprived urban areas in the Netherlands: Community or personal disadvantage?
Relative importance of urbanicity, ethnicity and socioeconomic factors regarding area mortality differences
The impact of response bias on estimates of health care utilization in a metropolitan area: The use of administrative data
The cross-cultural validity of self-reported use of health care: A comparison of survey and registration data
The impact of area deprivation on differences in health: Does the choice of the geographical classification matter?
The validity of self-reported use of health care across socioeconomic strata: A comparison of survey and registration data
Identification and management of psychosocial problems by preventive child health care
Factors that influence passive smoking in infancy: A study among mothers of newborn babies in The Netherlands
Family factors and life events as risk factors for behavioural and emotional problems in children
Neighbourhood socioeconomic context and self reported health and smoking: A secondary analysis of data on seven cities
The effect of a severe disaster on the mental health of adolescents: A controlled study
Prevention of smoking in adolescents with lower education: A school based intervention study
Jeugdgezondheidszorg: Veel preventie voor weinig geld [Youth healthcare: Much prevention for little money]
Psychische gezondheid van 13-14-jarigen voor en na de cafébrand in Volendam; een prospectief onderzoek met gegevens van de getroffenen en van een controlepopulatie [Mental health of 13- and 14-year-old children before and after the café fire in Volendam, the Netherlands; a prospective study with data from the victims and a control population]
Early detection of psychosocial problems in adolescents: How useful is the Dutch Short Indicative Questionnaire (KIVPA)?
Promotion of health and physical activity improves the mental health of elderly immigrants: Results of a group randomised controlled trial among Turkish immigrants in the Netherlands aged 45 and over
Detecting psychosocial problems among 5-6-year-old children in Preventive Child Health Care: The validity of a short questionnaire used in an assessment procedure for detecting psychosocial problems among children
Parental education on passive smoking in infancy does work
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