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Work inclusion: self-perceived change in work ability among persons in occupational rehabilitation Tore Norendal Braathen, Monica Eftedal, Gunnar Tellnes, Liv Haugli
Editorial Fiona Alpass
Capability to care and work: when dual roles intersect Barbara Horrell, Mary Breheny, Christine Stephens
Informal and formal reconciliation strategies of older peoples’ working carers: the European carers@work project Andreas Hoff, Monika Reichert, Kate A. Hamblin, Jolanta Perek-Bialas, Andrea Principi
Health among 6-year-old children in a Swedish county: based on the Health Dialogue Malin Rising Holmström, Niclas Olofsson, Lisbeth Kristiansen, Kenneth Asplund
Vulnerability at the intersection of poverty and disability Rannveig Traustadóttir, James G. Rice
The mediating role of alienation in self reported health among Swedish Adolescents Jalal Safipour, Donald Schopflocher, Gina Higginbottom, Azita Emami
Vulnerable road user groups: a review of younger drivers, motorcyclists and older drivers James Freeman, Bridie Scott-Parker, Ides Wong, Narelle Haworth

Announcements

Posted 2014-06-09
Call for papers - Thematic issue on (Dis)ability in the University

Posted 2014-01-29
VGI welcome young researchers that have recently defended their PhD thesis within the field of Vulnerability and Inclusion to submit a PhD review based on the cover story of their thesis

Posted 2013-05-27
Call for Papers! Thematic issue on Reconciling Work and Eldercare

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