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Trends in multimorbidity and polypharmacy in the Flemish-Belgian population between 2000 and 2015

: Marjan van den Akker, Bert Vaes, Geert Goderis, Gijs Van Pottelbergh. Formal analysis: Se?verine Henrard. Investigation: Marjan van den Akker, Gijs Van Pottelbergh. Methodology: Marjan van den Akker ... ? original draft: Marjan van den Akker. 10 / 12 Writing ? review & editing: Bert Vaes, Geert Goderis, Gijs Van Pottelbergh, Tine De Burghgraeve, Se?verine Henrard. 11 / 12 BMC medical informatics and decision

How to Measure the Robustness of Shunting Plans

Passage , Han Hoogeveen, and Marjan van den Akker. Combining local search and heuristics for solving robust parallel machine scheduling . Master's thesis , Utrecht University, 2016 . https ... ://dspace.library.uu.nl/bitstream/handle/1874/334269/thesis.pdf. Roel van den Broek, Han Hoogeveen, Marjan van den Akker, and Bob Huisman . A local search algorithm for train unit shunting with service scheduling, 2018

Pattern and severity of multimorbidity among patients attending primary care settings in Odisha, India

and had final responsibility for the decision to submit for publication. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Sanghamitra Pati, Subhashisa Swain, J. Andre Knottnerus, Marjan van den Akker. Data ... curation: Sanghamitra Pati, Subhashisa Swain, Job Metsemakers, J. Andre Knottnerus, Marjan van den Akker. Formal analysis: Sanghamitra Pati, Subhashisa Swain, Job Metsemakers, J. Andre Knottnerus

A Validation of the French Version of the Attitudes to Aging Questionnaire (AAQ): Factor Structure, Reliability and Validity

University, Maastricht, the Netherlands X close Marjan van den Akker, Maastricht University, NL About Marjan Department of Family Medicine, School CAPRI, Maastricht University, Maastricht, the

Cancer in the Elderly

concern [13, 14]. Frank Buntinx Christine Campbell Marjan van den Akker References Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), “Invasive Cancer Incidence

Trajectories of multimorbidity: exploring patterns of multimorbidity in patients with more than ten chronic health problems in life course

Background Physicians are frequently confronted with complex health situations of patients, but knowledge of intensive forms of multimorbidity and their development during life is lacking. This study explores patterns and trajectories of chronic health problems of patients with multimorbidity particularly those with more than ten conditions and type and variety of organ systems...

Similar Multimorbidity Patterns in Primary Care Patients from Two European Regions: Results of a Factor Analysis

Objective To compare the similarities among the multimorbidity patterns identified in primary care patients from two European regions (Spain and the Netherlands) with similar organisational features of their primary care systems, using validated methodologies. Methodology This observational, retrospective, multicentre study analysed information from primary care electronic...

Geriatric screening tools are of limited value to predict decline in functional status and quality of life: results of a cohort study

Akker 0 Liesbeth Daniels 0 Eric T De Jonge Paul Bulens Vivianne CG Tjan-Heijnen Doris L van Abbema Frank Buntinx 0 0 Department of General Practice, KU Leuven , Kapucijnenvoer 33, bus 7001, 3000 Leuven

Excess of health care use in general practice and of comorbid chronic conditions in cancer patients compared to controls

Background The number of cancer patients and the number of patients surviving initial treatments is expected to rise. Traditionally, follow-up monitoring takes place in secondary care. The contribution of general practice is less visible and not clearly defined.This study aimed to compare healthcare use in general practice of patients with cancer during the follow-up phase...

Perceived unfairness and socioeconomic inequalities in functional decline: the Dutch SMILE prospective cohort study

Background People in lower socioeconomic positions report worse health-related functioning. Only few examined whether perceptions of unfairness are particularly common in these people and whether this perceived unfairness relates to their subsequent poor health outcomes. We thus set out to examine the contribution of perceived unfairness to the higher risks of physical and mental...

A cohort study on the evolution of psychosocial problems in older patients with breast or colorectal cancer: comparison with younger cancer patients and older primary care patients without cancer

Background Although older cancer survivors commonly report psychosocial problems, the impact of both cancer and ageing on the occurrence of these problems remains largely unknown. The evolution of depression, cognitive functioning, and fatigue was evaluated in a group of older cancer patients in comparison with a group of younger cancer patients and older persons without cancer...

Four screening instruments for frailty in older patients with and without cancer: a diagnostic study

Background Frailty in older patients might influence treatment decisions. Frailty can be determined using a Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA), but this is time-consuming and expensive. Therefore we assessed the diagnostic value of four shorter screening instruments. Methods We tested the abbreviated CGA (aCGA), the Vulnerable Elders Survey-13 (VES-13), the Groningen...

An integrated approach for requirement selection and scheduling in software release planning

It is essential for product software companies to decide which requirements should be included in the next release and to make an appropriate time plan of the development project. Compared to the extensive research done on requirement selection, very little research has been performed on time scheduling. In this paper, we introduce two integer linear programming models that...

Minimizing the number of late jobs in a stochastic setting using a chance constraint

Marjan van den Akker 0 Han Hoogeveen 0 0 M. van den Akker ( ) We consider the single-machine scheduling problem of minimizing the number of late jobs. We omit here one of the standard assumptions

Integrated Gate and Bus Assignment at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

At an airport a series of assignment problems need to be solved before aircraft can arrive and depart and passengers can embark and disembark. A lot of different parties are involved with this, each of which having to plan their own schedule. Two of the assignment problems that the 'Regie' at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) is responsible for, are the gate assignment problem (i...

Predictability of Persistent Frequent Attendance in Primary Care: A Temporal and Geographical Validation Study

Background Frequent attenders are patients who visit their general practitioner exceptionally frequently. Frequent attendance is usually transitory, but some frequent attenders become persistent. Clinically, prediction of persistent frequent attendance is useful to target treatment at underlying diseases or problems. Scientifically it is useful for the selection of high-risk...

The Ariadne principles: how to handle multimorbidity in primary care consultations

Christiane Muth 0 Marjan van den Akker 0 Jeanet W Blom Christian D Mallen Justine Rochon Franois G Schellevis Annette Becker Martin Beyer 0 Jochen Gensichen Hanna Kirchner 0 Rafael Perera Alexandra

Better health reports when the grass is greener on your side of the fence? A cross-sectional study in older persons

ObjectiveTo study whether the luxury goods make older people feel in better health and whether this association is similar in higher and lower social classes.MethodsSMILE consists of a Dutch general population consisting of 2.637 men and women aged 60 years and older in 2007. The SF-36 was used to measure health-related functioning.ResultsIn the lower social class, having many...

Socioeconomic factors from midlife predict mobility limitation and depressed mood three decades later; Findings from the AGES-Reykjavik Study

Danille AI Groffen 0 Annemarie Koster 0 Hans Bosma 0 Marjan van den Akker Thor Aspelund Kristn Siggeirsdttir Gertrudis IJM Kempen Jacques ThM van Eijk 0 Gudny Eiriksdottir Plmi V Jnsson Lenore J

Lack of basic and luxury goods and health-related dysfunction in older persons; Findings from the longitudinal SMILE study

Background More so than the traditional socioeconomic indicators, such as education and income, wealth reflects the accumulation of resources and makes socioeconomic ranking manifest and explicitly visible to the outside world. While the lack of basic goods, such as a refrigerator, may affect health directly, via biological pathways, the lack of luxury goods, such as an LCD...