Evidence-based Insurance Medicine
A new field of applied research
Insurance medicine is a young field in applied research that interfaces with preventive, clinical, rehabilitative medicine, as well as public health. Research findings from interdisciplinary collaborations, both national and international, support decisions for individuals, populations, and systems. To this end, EbIM develops and evaluates new methods, tools, and interventions to be used in insurance medicine practice. It promotes the professionalization of insurance medicine through undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuous education activities.
Selected recent publications
Müller D, Keller C; Ferrante AN, Rimensberger C, Trippolini MA, Wertli MM. Therapie bei muskuloskelettalen Schmerzen. Primary and Hospital Care. 2023;23(1):24-7. https://doi.org/10.4414/phc-d.2023.10494
Ravinskaya M, Verbeek JH, Langendam M, Daams JG, Hulshof CTJ, Madan I, et al. Extensive variability of work participation outcomes measured in randomized controlled trials: a systematic review. J Clin Epidemiol. 2022;142:60-99. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2021.10.013
Ravinskaya M, Verbeek JH, Langendam MW, Madan I, Verstappen SMM, Kunz R, et al. Preferred Methods of Measuring Work Participation: An International Survey Among Trialists and Cochrane Systematic Reviewers. J Occup Rehabil. 2022; 32(4):620-628. https://rdcu.be/c5ACC