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  • How to improve the evidence for work participation?YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITEDon Friday September 6th, 2019 at 09:30-18:00 to theInaugural symposium of the Amsterdam Satellite of Cochrane Workat the Vrijzaal of Amsterdam Medical CenterAre you somehow involved with research to improve the health and safety of workers? Either by conducting said...
    April 30 2019
  • The journal Occupational Medicine asked us to write an editorial about Cochrane Work. We happily complied. We took the opportunity to defend facts against post-truth nonsense.We welcome your feedback on the editorial, especially via our Twitter account @CochraneWork.
    October 12 2017
  • This is the recording of our webinar discussing the Interventions to improve return to work in depressed people review on January 26th, 2017.The webinar features the first author, Dr Karen Nieuwenhuijsen (pictured) explaining the review and its results and our Managing Editor Jani Ruotsalainen moderating.Click here to watch the video on YouTube.
    April 10 2017
  • This is the recording of our 4th Cochrane Work webinar held on Oct 26th, 2016 at 15:00-16:00 EET.We are clearly getting better at these because the only slightly annoying thing in this video is Jos' loud breathing noises.Click here to watch the video on YouTube.
    February 16 2017
  • This is the recording of our 4th Cochrane Work webinar held on Nov 23rd, 2016 at 15:00-16:00 EET.We apologise for the audio issues and for some of the participants' video feed remaining visible. We are still learning how to do these.Click here to watch the video on YouTube.
    February 1 2017
  • We announce the publication of our long-in-the-making review Interventions for prevention of bullying in the workplace by Patricia Gillen et a.Unfortunately the review found only very low quality evidence that organisational and individual interventions may prevent bullying behaviours in the workplace.We need large well-designed controlled trials...
    January 30 2017
  • We are testing out a fancy new thing on our website. It's called a blog. Basically it involves longer stories than we can comfortably fit onto our newsletter. BTW, have you read the latest issue?This here first post features our intrepid Managing Editor and his adventures at the Cochrane Colloquium in Seoul, South Korea in October 2016.We hope you...
    December 14 2016
  • We are proud to announce the publication of the review by Malinee Laipaiboon et al. titled Behavioural interventions to promote workers' use of respiratory protective equipment. Sadly the review found only very low quality evidence that behavioural interventions, namely education and training, do not have a considerable effect on the frequency or...
    December 8 2016
  • The next Cochrane Work webinar will be about our review Interventions to improve return to work in depressed people.This webinar will focus on the effectiveness of intereventions aiming to help depressed workers resume work activities. We will provide you with an overview of the available evidence. The idea is to explain what works and what doesn’...
    December 8 2016
  • This is the recording of our first ever Cochrane Work webinar held on August 24th, 2016. We apologise for the audio issues and for some of the participants' video feed remaining visible and obscuring part of the slides. We are still learning how to do these so the next one will be much better.Click here to view the webinar recording on YouTube.
    September 13 2016

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