Prof.dr. A.J. (Allard) van der Beek


Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Supervisor Return to work for temporary agency workers and unemployed workers, sick-listed due to musculoskeletal disorders. Cost-effectiveness of a participatory return to work program
Project leader Health under Construction. A lifestyle intervention for construction workers at risk for cardiovascular diseas
Supervisor Participatory ergonomics to prevent low back pain and neck pain at the workplace
Co-supervisor Effectiveness of the RSI QuickScan in relation to primary and secondary prevention of repetitive strain injury
Project leader The prevention of lower extremity physical activity injuries; a school-based randomised controlled trial in children aged 10-12 years
Researcher Towards a long-lasting employability and optimal productivity of ageing workers. A qualitative study to experiences and opinions of the field supported by literature
Project leader Absence under the thumb: activating health and safety care on-line
Researcher Gender differences in the development of chronic musculoskeletal pain: impact on prevention strategies
Researcher Sex differences in the development of chronic musculoskeletal pain: impact on prevention strategies
Researcher The role of physical capacity in the development of low back and neck/shoulder disorders in a working population
Researcher Development and evaluation of a school-based intervention programme for the prevention of lower extremity sports-related injuries; a randomized controlled trial in children aged 12-15 years
Supervisor From precision demands to neck and upper extremity pain
Researcher The effect and cost-effectiveness of a preventive propriocepcis and balance board training programme on the risk of sustaining acute lateral ankle injury
Researcher The PROMO study: Prospective Research On Musculoskeletal Disorders in Office workers
Supervisor Effectiveness of guideline-based care of workers with mental health problems
Project leader Efficiency of preventive RSI intervention for screen workers
Project leader Gender differences in work-related risk factors for musculoskeletal symptoms and absenteeism
Project leader Work and health in general practice
Project leader Promoting physical activity in the rehabilitation setting
Researcher The effectiveness of a worksite physical activity programme on physical activity, fitness, musculoskeletal disorders and absenteeism from work

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