Published on in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

Enhancing the Return to Work of Cancer Survivors: Development and Feasibility of the Nurse-Led eHealth Intervention Cancer@Work

Enhancing the Return to Work of Cancer Survivors: Development and Feasibility of the Nurse-Led eHealth Intervention Cancer@Work

Enhancing the Return to Work of Cancer Survivors: Development and Feasibility of the Nurse-Led eHealth Intervention Cancer@Work

Journals

  1. Øyeflaten I, Johansen T, Nielsen C, Johnsen T, Tveito T, Momsen A. eHealth interventions to facilitate work participation. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports 2019;17(6):1026 View
  2. Greidanus M, Tamminga S, de Rijk A, Frings-Dresen M, de Boer A. What Employer Actions Are Considered Most Important for the Return to Work of Employees with Cancer? A Delphi Study Among Employees and Employers. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 2019;29(2):406 View
  3. Weichelt B, Bendixsen C, Keifer M. Farm Owners and Workers as Key Informants in User-Centered Occupational Health Prototype Development: A Stakeholder-Engaged Project. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e9711 View
  4. MacLennan S, Murdoch S, Cox T. Changing current practice in urological cancer care: Providing better information, advice and related support on work engagement. European Journal of Cancer Care 2017;26(5):e12756 View
  5. Greidanus M, de Boer A, Tiedtke C, Frings-Dresen M, de Rijk A, Tamminga S. Supporting employers to enhance the return to work of cancer survivors: development of a web-based intervention (MiLES intervention). Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2020;14(2):200 View
  6. Greidanus M, de Boer A, de Rijk A, Frings-Dresen M, Tamminga S. The MiLES intervention targeting employers to promote successful return to work of employees with cancer: design of a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials 2020;21(1) View
  7. Bae K, Kwon S, Cho J. What Cancer Survivors are Discussing on the Internet About Returning to Work: A Social Network Analysis. Asian Oncology Nursing 2019;19(1):37 View
  8. Tamminga S, Hoving J, Frings-Dresen M, de Boer A. Cancer@Work — a nurse-led, stepped-care, e-health intervention to enhance the return to work of patients with cancer: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials 2016;17(1) View
  9. Syrjala K, Yi J, Artherholt S, Romano J, Crouch M, Fiscalini A, Hegel M, Flowers M, Martin P, Leisenring W. An online randomized controlled trial, with or without problem-solving treatment, for long-term cancer survivors after hematopoietic cell transplantation. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2018;12(4):560 View