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Publicaties Tranzo

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

  1. People with intellectual disabilities living in care facilities engaging in virtual social contact - A systematic review of the feasibility and effects on well-being (2022)

    Bakkum, L., Schuengel, C., Sterkenburg, P. S., Frielink, N., Embregts, P. J. C. M., de Schipper, J. C., ten Brug, A., & Tharner, A. (2022). People with intellectual disabilities living in care facilities engaging in virtual social contact: A systematic review of the feasibility and effects on well-being. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 35(1), 60-74. ,
  2. Reducing restrictive measures in complex long-term care for people with intellectual disabilities - Implementation interventions through the lens of normalisation process theory (2022)

    Bisschops, E. H., De Schipper, J. C., Schippers, B., Embregts, P. J. C. M., & Schuengel, C. (2022). Reducing restrictive measures in complex long-term care for people with intellectual disabilities: Implementation interventions through the lens of normalisation process theory. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability.
  3. Cross-sectoral collaboration - Comparing complex child service delivery systems (2022)

    Blanken, M., Mathijssen, J., van Nieuwenhuizen, C., Raab, J., & van Oers, H. (2022). Cross-sectoral collaboration: Comparing complex child service delivery systems. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 36(9), 79-94.
  4. Intersectoral collaboration at a decentralized level - Information flows in child welfare and healthcare networks (2022)

    Blanken, M., Mathijssen, J., Van Nieuwenhuizen, C., Raab, J., & Van Oers, H. (2022). Intersectoral collaboration at a decentralized level: Information flows in child welfare and healthcare networks. BMC Health Services Research, 22, [449].
  5. Hoe kan de bespreekbaarheid van psychische en verslavingsklachten in de werkomgeving verbeterd worden? - Een focusgroepstudie vanuit meerdere perspectieven binnen de Nederlandse krijgsmacht (2022)

    Bogaers, R., Geuze, S. G., van Weeghel, J., Leijten, F. R. M., Rusch, N., van de Mheen, D., Varis, P. K., Rozema, A., & Brouwers, E. (2022). Hoe kan de bespreekbaarheid van psychische en verslavingsklachten in de werkomgeving verbeterd worden? Een focusgroepstudie vanuit meerdere perspectieven binnen de Nederlandse krijgsmacht. Nederlands Militair Geneeskundig Tijdschrift, 75(2), 57-69.
  6. Seeking treatment for mental illness and substance abuse - A cross-sectional study on attitudes, beliefs, and needs of military personnel with and without mental illness (2022)

    Bogaers, R., Geuze, E., Greenberg, N., Leijten, F., Varis, P., Van Weeghel, J., Van De Mheen, D., Rozema, A., & Brouwers, E. (2022). Seeking treatment for mental illness and substance abuse: A cross-sectional study on attitudes, beliefs, and needs of military personnel with and without mental illness. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 147, 221-231.
  7. Op weg naar een vanzelfsprekende inzet van technologie in de gehandicaptenzorg (2022)

    Boon, B. (2022). Op weg naar een vanzelfsprekende inzet van technologie in de gehandicaptenzorg. Tilburg University.
  8. Autonomy in healthcare for older aldults - A realist perspective (2022)

    Boumans, J. (2022). Autonomy in healthcare for older aldults: A realist perspective. Proefschriftenprinten.nl.
  9. Exploring how residential care facilities can enhance the autonomy of people with dementia and improve informal care (2022)

    Boumans, J., Van Boekel, L. C., Verbiest, M. E. A., Baan, C. A., & Luijkx, K. G. (2022). Exploring how residential care facilities can enhance the autonomy of people with dementia and improve informal care. Dementia. The International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 21(1), 136-152.
  10. Understanding how and why alcohol interventions prevent and reduce problematic alcohol consumption among older adults - A systematic review (2022)

    Boumans, J., Van De Mheen, D., Crutzen, R., Dupont, H., Bovens, R., & Rozema, A. (2022). Understanding how and why alcohol interventions prevent and reduce problematic alcohol consumption among older adults: A systematic review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(6), [3188].