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Louise Witteman, Herman van Wietmarschen, E.T. van der Werf. 2021. Complementary Medicine and Self-Care Strategies in Women with (Recurrent) Urinary Tract and Vaginal Infections.
E.T. van der Werf, M Busch, Miek C. Jong, Rogier Hoenders. 2021. Lifestyle changes during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional survey in the Netherlands.
Jon Adams, Iva Lloyd, E.T. van der Werf, Erik W. Baars, Joanna Harnett, Stefanie Freel, Sarah Barter. 2020. Position paper: Antimicrobial resistance alliance: a case for the inclusion of Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine (TCIM) in the global fight against Anti-microbial Resistance (AMR).
Rachel Denholm, E.T. van der Werf, Alastair D. Hay. 2020. Use of antibiotics and asthma medication for acute lower respiratory tract infections in people with and without asthma.
Karen T. Elvers, Victoria J. Wilson, Ashley Hammond, Lorna Duncan, Alyson Huntley, Alastair D. Hay, E.T. van der Werf. 2020. Antibiotic-induced changes in the human gut microbiota for the most commonly prescribed antibiotics in primary care in the UK.
Erik W. Baars, Eefje Belt-Van Zoen, Merlin Willcox, Roman Huber, Xiao-Yang Hu, E.T. van der Werf. 2020. CAM treatments for cough and sore throat as part of an uncomplicated acute respiratory tract infection.
M. Moore, et al., E.T. van der Werf. 2019. Uva-ursi extract and ibuprofen as alternative treatments foruncomplicated urinary tract infection in women (ATAFUTI).
Erik W. Baars, Eefje Belt-Van Zoen, Thomas Breitkreuz, David Martin, Harald Matthes, Tido vonn Schoen-Angerer, Georg Soldner, Jan Vagedes, Herman van Wietmarschen, Olga Patijn MSc, Merlin Willcox, Paschen von Flotow, et al., E.T. van der Werf, Roman Huber. 2019. The Contribution of Complementary and Alternative Medicine to Reduce Antibiotic Use.
E.T. van der Werf, et al.. 2019. Parental and clinician agreement of illness severity in children with RTIs.
Renée Hermanns, Niels A.J. Cremers, John P. Leeming, E.T. van der Werf. 2019. Sweet Relief: Determining the Antimicrobial Activity of Medical Grade Honey Against Vaginal Isolates of Candida albicans.