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CaRré newsletter July 2017 (66)
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20/07/2017
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The National Research school CaRe is a collaboration of APH (Amsterdam Public Health research institute) of the AMC, VUmc, VU and UvA in Amsterdam, CAPHRI (Care and Public Health Research Institute) of Maastricht University, NIVEL (Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research) in Utrecht, and  RIHS (Radboud Institute for Health Sciences) of the Radboud university medical centre in Nijmegen.
CaRe’s mission is national research collaboration as well as support and coaching of promising young researchers in the field of public health and primary care.

Editorial staff:
Christel van Gool & Annerika Slok, CAPHRI
Roxanne Schaakxs & Deborah Gibson-Smith, APH
Marco Moesker & Jany Rademakers, NIVEL 
Marieke de Visser, RIHS



Letter from the director
Dear Colleagues,

It is a pleasure to write you in this new CaRre Newsletter. We are looking back to our yearly CaRe days on Thursday May 18th and Friday 19th in Maastricht. Many PhD students from our four participating institutes attended these days and enjoyed the Thursday program in Castle Vaeshartelt, developed together with the PhD representatives. The exciting program was a great success. Also the Friday program was very good with several interesting speakers about the societal impact of our research. This day closed with the inaugural lecture of Prof Fiona Godlee, editor of the BMJ and our first CaRe professor....


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Inaugural lecture Fiona Godlee
On 1 November, Maastricht University has appointed Dr Fiona Godlee, editor in chief of The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal), as honorary professor  CaRe (Netherlands School for Primary Care Research).
May 18th Prof Godlee held her inaugural lecture at Maastricht University. By clicking on this link you can watch the videorecording of her lecture.



CaRe days
May 18 and 19 the annual CaRe days were held.
Read the report of these very succesful days  here


CaRe research days 2017
News from the institutes
APH

APH researchers contributed to global standardized terminology for Sedentary Behavior Research Network  >> read more

VIDI grant for Judith Bosmans   >> read more

ZonMw grant for long-term cohort study about medically unexplained physical symptoms (MUPS)   >> read more

Thesis: Prevalence and correlates of sedentary behaviour and physical activity in European adults  >> read more

Introducing new colleague Frank Cobelens program leader APH  >> read more




News from the institutes
CAPHRI
AAPOR Policy Impact Award  >> read more

Nuffic Grant for Klasien Horstman & Marten de Vries >> read more 

Judith de Jong appointed endowed professor >> read more 

The key to a healthy generation is the school lunch >> read more

Michael Berger Award for André Knottnerus >>read more



News from the institutes
NIVEL
Elections can be made better accessible for people with disabilities >> read more

Disclosure sentence disciplinary case extra burdening for caregiver >> read more

Voorschrijven van antibiotica door huisartsen kan nog doelmatiger >> read more

Zinvolle daginvulling intramurale ouderenzorg >> read more



News from the institutes
Radboud Institute for Health Sciences
Research report 2016 – RIHS >> read more

New edition book on Implementatio
>> read more

The Art of Priority Setting
>> read more

Telesphorus award for Bregje Thoonsen >> read more

National Research Project on Pain >> read more



Behind another desk
For four years I combine my job as a communication advisor/health educator in the Maastricht UMC+ Oncologycenter with a job as a researcher in a PhD program on Shared Decision Making (SDM). As a health educator, with a background in nursing, a degree in health sciences, and an interest in the psychosocial aspects of oncology, I was always fascinated by the way patients participate in their own treatment....

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PhD tales
Anne Brabers (NIVEL)
Currently, I am finishing my PhD-thesis titled “Patient involvement and medical practice variation” at the Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (NIVEL), under supervision of prof. dr. Judith de Jong (Maastricht University) and prof. dr. Peter Groenewegen (Utrecht University). My PhD-trajectory is a bit different from a regular PhD-trajectory at university, as I perform my PhD-research next to several other research projects that I conduct at NIVEL. At NIVEL, we call this a “sprokkelpromotie”....

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PhD tales
Elke Huntink (RIHS)
A tailored intervention can have a positive effect on chronic healthcare. Research evidence on the usability of various methods for the design of implementation strategies is scarce. This research shows that brainstorm sessions and interviews with healthcare professionals yielded the most important determinants.

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CaRe
The mission of The Netherlands School of Primary Care Research concerns:
Contributing to better health and health care through high quality training of young researchers and multidisciplinary cooperation between excellent research institutes in the field of primary health care, transmural care, public and occupational health and health policy, focused on the development and implementation of new scientific knowledge in these fields.
This mission is shared by the four participating research institutes of CaRe, i.e. APH (Amsterdam Public Health research institute) of the AMC, VUmc, VU and UvA in Amsterdam, CAPHRI (Care and Public Health Research Institute) of Maastricht University, NIVEL (Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research) in Utrecht, and  RIHS (Radboud Institute for Health Sciences) of the Radboud university medical centre in Nijmegen



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