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Hulshof CTJ

Department of Occupational Medicine, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, Coronel Institute of Occupational Health, Amsterdam, Netherlands


Dr C.T.J. Hulshof (1953) has been named Professor by Special Appointment of Occupational Medicine in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Amsterdam (AMC-UvA). The chair was designated on behalf of the Netherlands Society of Occupational Medicine (NVAB). As Professor by Special Appointment, Carel Hulshof will work to enhance the scientific base of occupational medicine as a profession and to translate findings from scientific research for use in day-to-day occupational health practice.

The Prevalence of Work-Related Stress Complaints among Healthcare Workers for the Disabled Participating in a Workers’ Health Surveillance Program

Background: Healthcare workers are at high risk for developing mental health complaints due to frequent exposure to risk factors such as high work demands, low work control and high emotional demands. Aim: To be able to plan a job-specific workers’ health surveillance (WHS) program properly, knowledge about the number of workers that could be... Read More»

Blekemolen JRM, Hulshof CTJ and Sluiter JK

Research Article: Occup Med Health Aff 2016, 4:256

DOI: 10.4172/2329-6879.1000256

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