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[10] du Prel JB, Hasselhorn HM, Borchart D. How to explain gender specific differences in the motivation to retire early in older employees in Germany? - Results from the lidA-cohort study. European Congress of Epidemiology 2018, Lyon, France

[9] du Prel JB, Chuvarayan Y, Hasselhorn HM. Does work-family conflict mediate the association between work-related stress and depressive symptoms over time? – Longitudinal evidence from the German lidA-cohort study. 21. IEA World Congress of Epidemiology 19-22 August 2017, Saitama, Japan

[8] du Prel JB, Hasselhorn HM, Borchart D. How to explain gender-specific differences in intentions to retire early? - Results of the lidA-cohort study. International Conference on Work, Age, Health and Employment (WAHE2016) 09/2016, Wuppertal, Germany

[7] du Prel JB, March S, Schröder H, Peter R. How to prevent loss of manpower due to work stress in a shrinking and aging workforce. 23. Jahrestreffen der Society of Prevention Research (SPR) 2015, Washington D.C., USA

[6] du Prel JB, Runeson-Broberg R, Westerholm P, Nordin M, Fahlén G, Alfredsson L, Knutsson A, Peter R. Work-related overcommitment: Is it a state or a trait? – Results from the Swedish WOLF-study. 20. Epidemiologischer Weltkongress 2014 der International Epidemiological Association (IEA) “Global Epidemiology in a Changing Environment: The Circumpolar Perspective”, Anchorage, Alaska, USA. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3370.2084 Online: wce.confex.com/wce/2014/webprogram/Paper3649.html

[5] du Prel JB, Iskenius M, Peter R. The preventive potential the age specific mediation of education and depressiveness by work-related stress. 21. Jahrestreffen der Society of Prevention Research (SPR), San Francisco, USA. Programmheft, S. 82, Online: www.preventionresearch.org/2013-annual-meeting/ (Vortrag)

[4] du Prel JB, Hardt J, Rauch A, Rose U, Schröder H, Steinwede J, Swart E, Trappmann M, Müller BH, Hasselhorn HM, Peter R. A prospective longitudinal investigation of work-related health determinants of an ageing workforce in Germany - The lidA Study. CELSE 2010 – 5. Internationale Konferenz zu longitudinalen epidemiologischen Studien in Europa, Paphos, Zypern. Publiziert in: Longitudinal and Life Course Studies , 2010; 1(3): 28, Suppl. (Vortrag)

[3] du Prel JB, Puppe W, Gröndahl B, Knuf M, Weigl JA, Schaaff F, Schmitt HJ. Are meteorological factors associated with acute respiratory infections? 6. Weltkongress der World Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Buenos Aires, Argentinien. Abstractband.

[2] du Prel JB, Knuf M, Schmitt HJ. The Role of Temperature in the Development of Acute Respiratory Infections. 27th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID), Brüssel, Belgien. Abstractband.

[1] du Prel JB, Rosenbauer J, Icks A, Grabert M, Holl R, Giani G. Type 1 diabetes in children and socioeconomic factors at areal level in North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. European Congress of Epidemiology, Porto, Portugal. Publiziert in: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2004; 58, Suppl 1: A18.