Monthly Archives: December 2019

A planning intervention to quit smoking in single-smoking couples: does partner involvement improve effectiveness?






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A planning intervention to quit smoking in single-smoking couples: does partner involvement improve effectiveness?
Psychol Health. 2019 Dec 27;:1-15
Authors: Buitenhuis AH, Tuinman MA, Hagedoorn M
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A planning intervention to quit smoking in single-smoking couples: does partner involvement improve effectiveness?






CONCLUSION: The involvement of a non-smoking partner in the planning did not increase its effectiveness. However, couple participation and daily measurements during a quit attempt could be important components of future interventions. Continue reading

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Asylum seekers’ perspectives on vaccination and screening policies after their arrival in Greece and The Netherlands






CONCLUSION: Participants were willing to communicate their perspectives and concerns. Screening and vaccination programs could be more effective when implemented shortly after arrival and by involving asylum seekers and refugees when developing screening and vaccination interventions. Continue reading

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The Dutch Comparative Scale for Assessing Volunteer Motivations among Volunteers and Non-Volunteers: An Adaptation of the Volunteer Functions Inventory.






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The Dutch Comparative Scale for Assessing Volunteer Motivations among Volunteers and Non-Volunteers: An Adaptation of the Volunteer Functions Inventory.
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Dec 11;16(24):
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The Dutch Comparative Scale for Assessing Volunteer Motivations among Volunteers and Non-Volunteers: An Adaptation of the Volunteer Functions Inventory






Currently, no valid scales exist to compare volunteer motivations between volunteers and non-volunteers. We aimed to adapt the Dutch version of the Volunteer Functions Inventory (VFI) in order to make it applicable for the comparison of volunteer motivations between Dutch older volunteers and non-volunteers. The Dutch version of the VFI was included in the Lifelines ‘Daily Activities and Leisure Activities add on Study’, which was distributed among participants aged 60 to 80. Confirmatory factor… Continue reading

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Satisfaction with hospital care in older patients with colorectal cancer, the importance of a warm welcome.






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Satisfaction with hospital care in older patients with colorectal cancer, the importance of a warm welcome.
J Geriatr Oncol. 2019 Dec 03;:
Authors: van Ee B, Slaets J, Smits C, Honkoop A, Kamper A, H… Continue reading

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Satisfaction with hospital care in older patients with colorectal cancer, the importance of a warm welcome






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