The months before summer recess tend to be filled with a buzz of plans and activity. This is also the case for STREAM and the reason for this 11th edition of out newsletter.
In this newsletter we will get you acquainted with a new cohort study on sustainable employability: Cohort Onderzoek Duurzame Inzetbaarheid (CODI). Although in terms of content this study is similar to STREAM, a main difference is the study population. As work on STREAM was progressing, we could not disregard the fact that sustainable employability is not only relevant for older employees, but for all employees. Therefore, CODI was set up to include all age groups of the working population (15 - 75 years). In the newsletter you can read more about the survey and data collection. We will make sure to keep you posted on further news about CODI in future editions of this newsletter!
In the current edition of the newsletter we will also highlight three studies recently published (or accepted for publication) that were (partly) based on STREAM data.
First, Jodi Oakman and colleagues published a study on the relation between work characteristics and the development of multi-site musculoskeletal pain. Second, Stef Bouwhuis and his team conducted a study on predictors of multiple job holding, which was recently accepted for publication. Third, a study by Micky Scharn et al. on predictors of working beyond the retirement age was also recently accepted for publication.
We wish you an interesting read and not to mention a very nice summer!
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Dr. W.E. (Wendela) Hooftman
Programma-manager Monitoring van Arbeid
T: 088 866 52 53