J.A.C.A. Fontein-Kuipers (Onderzoeker); J. van Duijvenbode (Student); M.L.W. Pluymaekers (Onderzoeker)
Background: Pregnant women use childbirth reality programs to prepare themselves for childbirth. It is unknown how shared decision-making in intrapartum midwifery care is represented in televised birth. We aimed to explore the portrayal of shared decision-making during labour and birth in lifetime documentary …
T van der Weijden; AJ Beurskens (Lector); GJ Bours (Lid Lectoraat); JH Friesen-Storms (Lid Lectoraat)
In the decision-making environment of evidence-based practice, the following three sources of information must be integrated: research evidence of the intervention, clinical expertise, and the patient’s values. In reality, evidence-based practice usually focuses on research evidence (which may be translated …
L Groen - van de Ven; C. Smits; Marijke Span; J.S. Jukema; K.C. Coppoolse; Jan Eefsting; M. Vernooij-Dassen; Dr. J. de Lange (Lector)
Decision making is an important part of managing one's life with dementia. Shared decision making is the preferred way of involving people in decisions. Our study aimed to describe the challenges of shared decision making in dementia care networks.
J.A.C.A. Fontein-Kuipers (Onderzoeker); A. Banda (Student); E. Oude Hassink (Student); D. de Ruiter (Student)
Aim: To explore Dutch pregnant women’s experiences of shared-decision making about place of birth to better understand this process for midwifery care purposes.
Design: Qualitative exploratory study with a constant comparison/grounded theory design.
Methods: We performed semi-structured interviews, …
This thesis provides insight into how shared decision-making proceeds within care
networks of people with dementia. These insights are based on three waves of
interviews with people with dementia, their informal carers, and professionals in a
qualitative, prospective, multi-perspective study. This …
Jan Jukema; Marijke Span; Carolien Smits; Marike Hettinga; Jan Eefsting; Myrra Vernooij-Dassen; Dr. Anita Cremers (Lector); Leontine Groen-van der Ven
People with dementia are confronted with many decisions. However, they are often not involved in the process of the decision-making. Shared Decision-Making (SDM) enables involvement of persons with dementia in the decision-making process. In our study, we develop a supportive IT application aiming to …
dr. Marianne Nieuwenhuijze (Lector); Irene Korstjens (Lid Lectoraat); Anke de Jonge; Raymond de Vries (Lid Lectoraat); Antoine Lagro-Janssen
Background: For most women, participation in decision-making during maternity care has a positive impact on their childbirth experiences. Shared decision-making (SDM) is widely advocated as a way to support people in their healthcare choices. The aim of this study was to identify quality criteria and …
Trudy van der Weijden; Wilma Savelberg; Christel Haekens; Albine Moser (Lid Lectoraat); Marjolein Smidt; Liesbeth Boersma
The majority of patients diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer are in a position to choose between having a mastectomy or lumpectomy with radiation therapy (breast-conserving therapy). Since the long-term survival rates for mastectomy and for lumpectomy with radiation therapy are comparable, …
Jolanda Hubertina Hermina Maria Friesen-Storms (Phd)
The aim of the research reported in this thesis was to gain knowledge about the implementation of evidence‐based practice (EBP) in nursing to find a way to integrate shared decision making (SDM) with EBP in a chronic care environment in nursing, and to develop a strategy for an integrated approach of …
Leontine Groen- van der Ven; Carolien Smits (Lector); Fuusje de Graaff (Docent); Marijke Span (Lid Lectoraat); Jan Eefsting; Jan Jukema; Myrra Vernooij-Dassen
Objective To explore how people with dementia, their
informal caregivers and their professionals participate
in decision making about daycare and to develop a
typology of participation trajectories.
Design A qualitative study with a prospective,
multiperspective design, based on 244 semistructured
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