This thesis addresses the work participation of young adults with physical disabilities caused by a chronic condition. With increasing numbers of young people with a chronic physical condition living into adulthood, knowledge about the development of work participation in these young adults and the support …
V. Duprez; Dr. S.M. van Hooft (Lid Lectoraat); Dr. J. Dwarswaard; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); A. van Hecke; M.M.H Strating
Facilitating persons with a chronic condition to take an active role
in the management of their condition, implicates that nurses acquire new
competencies. An instrument that can validly and reliably measure nurses’
performance and their perceived capacity to perform self-management support is
Worldwide life expectancy is increasing and leading to a broader generation of elderly aged 65 and over.
Most of these elderly have one or more chronic condition and do not meet the recommendations of Physical activity because of perceived motivators and barriers towards Physical activity.
These motivators …
Dr. J.N.T. Sattoe (Lid Lectoraat); MSc M.A.C. Peeters (Lid Lectoraat); Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); E. Ista (Onderzoeker); Dr. S.R. Hilberink (Lid Lectoraat)
To support young people in their
transition to adulthood and transfer to adult care, a
number of interventions have been developed. One
particularly important intervention is the transition
clinic (TC), where paediatric and adult providers
collaborate. TCs are often advocated as best practices
J.M.J. Been-Dahmen (Docent); Dr. J. Dwarswaard; J.M.W. Hazes; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); E. Ista
To unravel outpatient nurses' views on the role of people with chronic conditions in self-management, nurses' own support role and to establish how these views relate to nurse-led self-management interventions.
Providing self-management support is a core task of nurses in outpatient …
Dr. J. Dwarswaard (Docent); MSc E.J.M. Bakker (Docent); Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); H.R. Boeije
Receiving adequate support seems to be crucial to the success of self-management. Although diﬀerent empirical studies sepa-rately examined patients’ preferences for self-management support(SMS), an overview is lacking.
M. de Kooning; L. Daenen; S. Verhelpen MSc; S. Don; Dr. L.P. Voogt; N. Roussel; K. Ickmans; M. van Loo; P. Cras PhD; J. Nijs
Whiplash-associated disorders (WAD) are a debilitating condition. In chronic WAD, sensorimotor incongruence exacerbates symptoms. Sensorimotor incongruence occurs when somatosensory input and predicted motor output are in conflict, which can trigger pain. On the other hand, there is evidence that visual …
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