Workgroup meeting "Ageing Network Tilburg University (ANTU)"
Next meeting 10.10.2021: The Academic Collaborative Center Older Adults: Collaboration and co-creation as central elements (Luijkx/Scheffelaar)
The Ageing Network Tilburg University (ANTU) meets once a month to share recent research findings and ideas. We welcome all researchers, within and outside of Herbert Simon Research Institute, with an interest in healthy or pathological ageing. Feel free to join us by contacting Yvonne Brehmer.
to be announced
September 07, 2021: cancelled
July 01, 2021: Reflection and Planning of the academic year 2020-21 (Yvonne Brehmer)
June 03, 2021: Personalizing self-guided workplace interventions to facilitate successful aging at work – Vidi project (Dorien Kooij)
May 27, 2021: Analyzing large scale multi-view/modal/block data (Katrijn van Deun)
April 1, 2021: Discussion of HSRI cross-cutting theme PhD proposals
February 4, 2021: Ageism in the use and design of digital technology (Ittay Mannheim)
January 7, 2021: Discussing the application plans for the HSRI cross-cutting theme PhD students to give each other feedback or suggestions and learning more about in which research we are interested in (Ruth Mark)
December 12, 2020: The development of a person-centered modular assessment tool (PCMAT) in dementia care (Alexandra Hering)
November 12, 2020: Intimacy and sexuality in dementia nursing home care: sense making and coping of care professionals (Karien Waterschoot)
October 1, 2020: Cooperation project on the early detection of dementia by establishing personalized norms for a specific cognitive task (Marijn van Wingerden)
September 3, 2020: The Covid-19 pandemic from a aging-research perspectiv: challenges, cons and pros (if there are any) in conducting our research with older adults and the effect of the pandemic for the position of older adults in our society (Yvonne Brehmer)
The Herbert Simon Research Institute for Health, Well-being, and Adaptiveness is a research center devoted to carrying out excellent, state of the art research in order to contribute to healthy and resilient people. We have selected three themes, which involve the collaboration between various Departments and address actual themes in need of both fundamental and applied research.