Effect of job maintenance training program for employees with chronic disease - a randomized controlled trial on self-efficacy, job satisfaction, and fatigue

  • Varekamp I
  • Verbeek J
  • de Boer A
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Employees with a chronic physical condition may be hampered in job performance due to physical or cognitive limitations, pain, fatigue, psychosocial barriers, or because medical treatment interferes with work. This study investigates the effect of a group-training program aimed at job maintenance. Essential elements of the program are exploration of work-related problems, communication at the workplace, and the development and implementation of solutions.

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  • Empowerment
  • Occupational health
  • Psychological distress
  • RCT
  • Training
  • Work-related problem

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  • Inge Varekamp

  • Jos H. Verbeek

  • Angela de Boer

  • Frank J.H. van Dijk

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