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M.W.A. (Marielle) van Rijsbergen MSc


Beleidsmedewerker

TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Education and Research Institute

 

Expertise

My research project is focused on the association between subjective cognitive complaints and objective cognitive functioning after stroke and is called: COMPAS-study (see "Research" for more information).

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Publications

Most recent publications

  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Mark, R.E., Kort, P.L. de, & Sitskoorn, M.M. (2014). Subjective cognitive complaints after stroke: A systematic review. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular DiseasesFurther information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Mark, R.E., Kort, P.L. de, & Sitskoorn, M.M. (2013). The COMPlaints After Stroke (COMPAS) study: Protocol for a Dutch cohort study on poststroke subjective cognitive complaints. BMJ Open, 2013(3), 003599. Further information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Nieuwenhuis-Mark, R.E., Kort, P.L. de, Ponds, R., & Sitskoorn, M.M. (2011). Cognitive complaints after stroke: No differences with the healthy population. Thirty-ninth annual meeting international Neuropsychological Society (pp. 65). (Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 17). Further information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Oldenbeuving, A.W., Nieuwenhuis-Mark, R.E., Nys, G.M.S., Las, S.G.M., Roks, G., & Kort, P.L.M. (2011). Delirium in acute stroke: A predictor of subsequent cognitive impairment? Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 306, 138-142. Further information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Oldenbeuving, A.W., Nieuwenhuis-Mark, R.E., Nys, G.M.S., Roks, G., & Kort, P.L.M. (2011). Delirium in acute stroke is an independent predictor for poor cognitive functioning 2 years later: Preliminary findings (abstract). [n.n.] (pp. 341). (Cerebrovascular Diseases, 31).(2) Further information

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Publications

Most recent publications

  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Mark, R.E., Kort, P.L. de, & Sitskoorn, M.M. (2014). Subjective cognitive complaints after stroke: A systematic review. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular DiseasesFurther information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Mark, R.E., Kort, P.L. de, & Sitskoorn, M.M. (2013). The COMPlaints After Stroke (COMPAS) study: Protocol for a Dutch cohort study on poststroke subjective cognitive complaints. BMJ Open, 2013(3), 003599. Further information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Nieuwenhuis-Mark, R.E., Kort, P.L. de, Ponds, R., & Sitskoorn, M.M. (2011). Cognitive complaints after stroke: No differences with the healthy population. Thirty-ninth annual meeting international Neuropsychological Society (pp. 65). (Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 17). Further information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Oldenbeuving, A.W., Nieuwenhuis-Mark, R.E., Nys, G.M.S., Las, S.G.M., Roks, G., & Kort, P.L.M. (2011). Delirium in acute stroke: A predictor of subsequent cognitive impairment? Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 306, 138-142. Further information
  • Rijsbergen, M.W.A. van, Oldenbeuving, A.W., Nieuwenhuis-Mark, R.E., Nys, G.M.S., Roks, G., & Kort, P.L.M. (2011). Delirium in acute stroke is an independent predictor for poor cognitive functioning 2 years later: Preliminary findings (abstract). [n.n.] (pp. 341). (Cerebrovascular Diseases, 31).(2) Further information

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Projects

Every year about 41.000 people suffer a stroke in The Netherlands. Cognitive complaints are common after stroke and can continue long after the acute phase has been passed. The principal question which will be addressed in this study is whether professionals should take cognitive complaints of stroke patients seriously. In other words, are cognitive complaints temporary? Can early cognitive complaints predict subsequent cognitive deterioration? Which variables are important to take into account when attempting to assess these relationships (e.g. emotional complaints, personality, coping)? A group of patients and matched healthy controls will be followed on a wide range of (potentially) important variables for a period of up to two years.

The results of this study can hopefully improve not only prognosis after stroke, but also potentially applied to improving existing treatments. The study is therefore relevant not only to add to the scientific knowledge about peoples experiences following a stroke, but has also a clinically-relevant and (potentially) practical application.

Research supervision

Promotor: Prof. Dr. M.M. Sitskoorn
Co-promotor: Dr. R.E. Nieuwenhuis-Mark
Co-promotor: Dr. P.L.M. de Kort, neurologist

 
Contact details
Room T 613
PO Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg 
Phone+31 13 466 3728
Secretary+31 13 466 2408
Email m.w.a.vanrijsbergen@tilburguniversity.edu

Beleidsmedewerker
TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Education and Research Institute

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