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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Are hard hats a risk factor for WRMSD in the cervical-thoracic region? Magnuson, Sophie

66 2 p. 437-443
artikel
2 Cardiopulmonary responses to exercise in an individual with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome during long-term treatment with intravenous saline: A case study Davenport, Todd E.

66 2 p. 353-359
artikel
3 Clinically accessible tools for documenting the impact of orthostatic intolerance on symptoms and function in ME/CFS Lee, Jihyun

66 2 p. 257-263
artikel
4 Developing guidelines to support injured workers who live and work with chronic pain Bryson-Campbell, Mikelle

66 2 p. 383-404
artikel
5 Documenting disability in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Podell, Richard

66 2 p. 339-352
artikel
6 Economic stress, emotional contagion and safety outcomes: A cross-country study Petitta, Laura

66 2 p. 421-435
artikel
7 Environmental accommodations for university students affected by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Chu, Lily

66 2 p. 315-326
artikel
8 Exploration of the health status of experienced New Brunswick paramedics Tremblay, Mathieu

66 2 p. 461-473
artikel
9 From the Editor Jacobs, Karen

66 2 p. 243-244
artikel
10 Graded exercise therapy does not restore the ability to work in ME/CFS – Rethinking of a Cochrane review Vink, Mark

66 2 p. 283-308
artikel
11 Home-based exercises during the COVID-19 quarantine situation for office workers: A commentary Shariat, Ardalan

66 2 p. 381-382
artikel
12 Impact of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis on treatment of comorbidities: A lived experience Lopez-Majano, Denise

66 2 p. 309-313
artikel
13 Inclusion of family members without ME/CFS in research studies promotes discovery of biomarkers specific for ME/CFS Tokunaga, Keli

66 2 p. 327-337
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14 NIH can no longer turn its back on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Mirin, Arthur A.

66 2 p. 365-366
artikel
15 Physiological responses during paramedics’ simulated driving tasks Tremblay, Mathieu

66 2 p. 445-460
artikel
16 Post-exertional symptoms distinguish Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome subjects from healthy controls Mateo, Lariel J.

66 2 p. 265-275
artikel
17 Properties of measurements obtained during cardiopulmonary exercise testing in individuals with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Davenport, Todd E.

66 2 p. 247-256
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18 Recommendations for working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic (and beyond) Lopez-Leon, Sandra

66 2 p. 371-375
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19 Research on reducing burnout in health care workers in critical situations such as the COVID-19 outbreak Babamiri, Mohammad

66 2 p. 379-380
artikel
20 Research, recommendations and lived/personal experience with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Mooney, Amy

66 2 p. 245-246
artikel
21 Research update: The relation between ME/CFS disease burden and research funding in the USA Mirin, Arthur A.

66 2 p. 277-282
artikel
22 Risk of COVID-19 infection in workplace settings and the use of personal protective equipment Omidi, Leila

66 2 p. 377-378
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23 Systematic infection control in Greek physiotherapy practices during the COVID-19 pandemic Paraskevopoulos, Eleftherios

66 2 p. 367-370
artikel
24 The effects of aging and driving experience on reaction times of professional drivers Medic-Pericevic, Sonja

66 2 p. 405-419
artikel
25 What ME/CFS caregivers want you to know Ausubel, Bobbi

66 2 p. 361-364
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