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Publicaties Tranzo

Hieronder staan de meest recente publicaties van Tranzo, Scientific center for care and wellbeing

  1. Informal help in a local setting - The Dutch Social Support Act in practice (2021)

    Berkers, E., Cloin, M., & Pop, I. (2021). Informal help in a local setting: The Dutch Social Support Act in practice. Health Policy, 125(1), 47-53.
  2. Classifying patients' complaints for regulatory purposes - A pilot study (2021)

    Bouwman, R. J. R., Bomhoff, M., Robben, P., & Friele, R. D. (2021). Classifying patients' complaints for regulatory purposes: A pilot study. Journal of Patient Safety.
  3. Empowering native adolescents - Responsibility for their health behaviors (2021)

    Chambers, R., Hautala, D., Kenney, A., Rosenstock, S., Begay, M., Neault, N., Nelson, L., Reid, R., Richards, J., Goklish, N., van de Mheen, H., Barlow, A., & Wallis, M. (Accepted/In press). Empowering native adolescents: Responsibility for their health behaviors. American Journal of Behavioral Health, 45(1), 3-16.
  4. Behavioral classroom norms in special education - Associations with peer acceptance and rejection (2021)

    de Swart, F., Scholte, R. H. J., Delsing, M. J. M. H., van Efferen, E., van der Stege, H., Nelen, W., & Burk, W. J. (2021). Behavioral classroom norms in special education: Associations with peer acceptance and rejection. International Journal of Behavioral Development.
  5. A thematic analysis into the experiences of people with a mild intellectual disability during the COVID-19 lockdown period (2021)

    Embregts, P. J. C. M., van den Bogaard, K. J. H. M., Frielink, N., Voermans, M. A. C., Thalen, M., & Jahoda, A. (2021). A thematic analysis into the experiences of people with a mild intellectual disability during the COVID-19 lockdown period. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities.
  6. Dealing with care disruption in High and Intensive Care wards - From difficult patients to difficult situations (2021)

    Gerritsen, S., Widdershoven, G., van der Ham, L., van Melle, L., Kemper, M., & Voskes, Y. (2021). Dealing with care disruption in High and Intensive Care wards: From difficult patients to difficult situations. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
  7. Developing a clinical prediction rule for repeated consultations with functional somatic symptoms in primary care - A cohort study (2021)

    Holtman, G. A., Burger, H., Verheij, R. A., Wouters, H., Berger, M. Y., Rosmalen, J. G., & Verhaak, P. F. (2021). Developing a clinical prediction rule for repeated consultations with functional somatic symptoms in primary care: A cohort study. BMJ Open, 11(1), e040730.
  8. One is not the other - Predicting offending after discharge from secure residential care of male adolescents with four risk profiles (2021)

    Janssen-de Ruijter, E. A. W., Mulder, E. A., Bongers, I. L., Vermunt, J. K., & van Nieuwenhuizen, C. (2021). One is not the other: Predicting offending after discharge from secure residential care of male adolescents with four risk profiles. Journal of Criminal Justice, 72, [101758].
  9. Caregiving for ageing parents - A literature review on the experience of adult children (2021)

    Luichies, I., Goossensen, A., & van der Meide, H. (2021). Caregiving for ageing parents: A literature review on the experience of adult children. Nursing Ethics: An International Journal for Health Care Professionals.
  10. Are members of mutual aid groups better equipped for addiction recovery? - European cross-sectional study into recovery capital, social networks and commitment to sobriety (2021)

    Martinelli, T. F., van de Mheen, H., Best, D., Vanderplasschen, W., & Nagelhout, G. E. (Accepted/In press). Are members of mutual aid groups better equipped for addiction recovery? European cross-sectional study into recovery capital, social networks and commitment to sobriety. Drugs-Education, Prevention and Policy.