Sarah I Detaille

Sarah I Detaille
Hogeschool Arnhem and Nijmegen | HAN · Lectoraat HRM

PhD

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Background: The purpose of this research was to analyze which personal and organizational factors are related to organizational commitment and job satisfaction of shipyard workers who work in different auxiliary shipyard military companies in the north of Spain. Methods: In total, 567 shipyard workers participated in this cross-sectional survey...
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The purpose of this research was to analyze the relationship between the time perspective of Spanish shipyard workers in relation to burnout compared to other blue-collar workers in other sectors, including a total of 644 participants in a shipyard in northern Spain and 223 workers in other sectors. The ages were between 20 and 69 (M = 46.14, SD =...
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Background: Youth, unemployment and poverty confirm a set of situations that are often inseparable. An example of this is the case of young people from the Andean coca areas. Objective: To develop and validate a psychological test that can be used as a predictor of adequate police performance for use in police force recruitment. Methods: The s...
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Background: The aim of the research was to investigate the association between time perspective in relation to burnout and successful ageing of blue-collar workers with physically highly demanding work and low autonomy. Shipyard blue-collar workers usually do predominantly manual labor versus white-collar workers, whose jobs do not usually involve...
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Based on lifespan developmental psychology and psychosocial work characteristics theory, we examined longitudinal relations between calendar age, occupational time perspective, different types of job demands and job resources in relation to sustainable employability (i.e., work ability, vitality and employability) among healthcare workers in Nether...
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Lifelong learning, and workplace learning (WPL) in particular, offers healthcare professionals the opportunity to keep their knowledge up-to-date and learn new competencies, which is essential for a Healthy Healthcare. However, healthcare organizations struggle to successfully employ WPL, and informal learning in particular. In this chapter we aim...
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Demografische ontwikkelingen zoals de vergrijzende beroepsbevolking en krapte op de arbeidsmarkt in veel sectoren, vragen om werknemers die goed inzetbaar zijn en blijven. Het duurzaam inzetbaar houden van personeel over de tijd is hierdoor meer dan ooit een belangrijk speerpunt geworden voor HRM. Het concept werkvermogen lijkt in dit kader mogelij...
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Making and sustaining employees to remain employable over time has become an important objective for HRM due to demographic developments such as the aging workforce and shortages in the labor market. The concept of work ability (WA) may offer opportunities to realize HRM policies that benefit workers’ sustainable employability. The concept is alrea...
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OBJECTIVES: The purpose of the current survey study was to analyse the relations between environment hazards and worker outcomes (e.g, normative and continuance commitment as well as job satisfaction) among a unique simple of workers who work in different private companies of the auxiliary shipyard military industry in Navantia, a Spanish public co...
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In dit hoofdstuk gaan we in op het belang van werkplekleren voor zorgprofessionals en blikken we voorzichtig vooruit op de ontwikkelingen op de arbeidsmarkt Zorg en Welzijn en wat dit in de (nabije) toekomst voor gevolgen heeft voor de gevraagde competenties van zorgprofessionals. Werkplekleren biedt de mogelijkheid om aan deze competenties te werk...
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Blijven doorwerken tot aan de pensioenleeftijd is niet vanzelfsprekend. Werknemers boven de 50 hebben een kwetsbare positie op de arbeidsmarkt terwijl ze nog meer dan 15 jaar werkzaam leven voor de boeg hebben. Als ouder wordende werknemers werkloos worden, komen ze moeilijk weer aan de slag. Dit probleem is anno 2017 actueel maar het speelt al vee...
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(Available only in Dutch!) Dit laatste hoofdstuk neemt u mee in de belangrijkste boodschappen uit de voorgaande hoofdstukken op macro-, meso- en microniveau. Deze ‘lessons learned’ vertalen wij in een ‘routekaart naar inclusief HRM’, waarbij wij stilstaan bij de verschillende onderdelen van de gangbare HR-cyclus in organisaties. Zodoende biedt dit...
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Purpose To investigate the experiences of participants of a self-management program for employees with complaints of the arm, neck or shoulder (CANS). The program consisted of six group sessions combined with an eHealth module. Methods Semi-structured interviews with the first 31 consecutive participants of the intervention group participating in a...
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Objective To evaluate the effectiveness of a self-management intervention (including an eHealth module), compared with usual care, in employees with chronic non-specific complaints of the arm, neck or shoulder (persisting >3 months). Methods Participants were randomised into the self-management group (SG) or usual care group (UCG). The SG participa...
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To develop a self-management program with an additional eHealth module, using the six steps of the intervention mapping (IM) protocol, to help employees with complaints of the arm, neck, and/or shoulder (CANS) cope with their problems. In Step 1 of the IM protocol, a needs assessment was performed consisting of a review of the Dutch multidisciplina...
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Issue/Problem The Centre Chronically Ill and Work (CCZW), is a knowledge centre that focuses on living and working with a chronic disease or disorder, and has been set up and is run by people suffering from a chronic illness, The main activity of the Centre is the “Certification of experts-by-experience: Work and Participation” (Certificering ervar...
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Purpose To investigate the experiences of participants of a self-management program for employees with complaints of the arm, neck or shoulder (CANS). The program consisted of six group sessions combined with an eHealth module. Methods Semi-structured interviews with the first 31 consecutive participants of the intervention group participating in a...
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Purpose: The objective of this study is to investigate the effect of a Self-Management Program for workers with a chronic disease. This program is based on the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program of Stanford University, modified for workers with a chronic somatic disease. Methods: In a randomized controlled trial, the effectiveness of a Self...
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Eén op de drie Nederlanders heeft ten minste één chronische aandoening. Sarah Detaille onderzocht knelpunten die zij op het werk tegenkomen, en evalueerde een zelfmanagementtraining bedoeld om hen te ondersteunen. Die training bestaat uit zes groepsbijeenkomsten waarin deelnemers advies krijgen over leefstijl, arbeid en belastbaarheid, communicatie...
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Employees with a chronic disease often encounter problems at work because of their chronic disease. The current paper describes the development of a self-management programme based on the Chronic Disease Self-Management programme (CDSMP) of Stanford University to help employees with a chronic somatic disease cope with these problems at work. The ob...
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Based on prospective and retrospective disease cohort studies, the aim of this review was to determine common prognostic factors for work disability among employees with rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes mellitus, and ischemic heart disease (IHD). A systematic literature search in Medline (1990-2008) and...
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To identify and compare patient and professional perspectives on what enables employees with diabetes mellitus (DM) to maintain their position in the workplace. To provide information on how professionals can help DM patients cope at work. Qualitative study using concept-mapping sessions involving 23 employees with DM and 22 health professionals (G...
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To compare the perspectives of employees with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with those of medical professionals regarding what persons with RA need to prevent work disability. Concept mapping was conducted in a group session with 21 employees and by mail with 17 medical professionals. Each group was asked to formulate statements on what enables employe...
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Sociaal medische begeleiding van werkende chronisch zieken is een nieuw aandachtsgebied in de zorg. Deze kwalitatieve studie beoogde te verkennen hoe hulpverleners chronisch zieke werknemers kunnen ondersteunen om aan het werk te blijven. In drie concept-mapping bijeenkomsten is aan werknemers met reumatoïde artritis (n = 21), diabetes mellitus (n...
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This study attempted to determine factors that help currently employed people with rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes mellitus or hearing loss to continue working. This was a qualitative study that used three concept-mapping sessions. Sixty-nine participants (rheumatoid arthritis 21, diabetes mellitus 23, and hearing loss 25) were recruited from the pa...

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To stiumulate in region Eastern Netherlands retail social innovation. Together with Mrs S. Detaille, asssistent lector regional HRM HAN.