Healthcare and wellbeing
How do we keep healthcare affordable, socially responsible and sustainable? What (technological) developments can help to decongest the care sector and organize more tailored care? How do we integrate biological, social and psychological perspectives when examining development over the life course? Scientists from the social and behavioral sciences are working on these fundamental questions together with experts from the healthcare practice, patients and researchers in the fields of economics, public administration, digital sciences, law and ethics.
Jolanda de Vries about the fear of dying
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Confidence of the unvaccinated in authorities already very low before start COVID-19 vaccinations13th July 2022
Those who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19 already had significantly less confidence in government authorities before the start of the vaccination campaign than people who did get a jab. However, unvaccinated people and the unvaccinated who are still undecided do not have the same thoughts and opinions on COVID-19 and vaccinations.
Tailored risk information helps patients with cancer04th July 2022
Patients with cancer have a great need for tailored information based on figures and statistics on, for example, survival, treatment outcomes and risks of side effects. This is the outcome of Ruben Vromans' doctoral thesis, for which he will receive his doctorate on 8 July.
Collaboration in networks welfare sector does not get off the ground enough09th May 2022
Networks that operate within the implementation of the Wmo 2015 (Social Support Act) succeed in connecting important organizations. At the same time, they have limited success in creating an integrated offer.
We Care provides a platform for collaboration
Interdisciplinary research to improve patient care in collaboration with the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital (ETZ) in Tilburg.
PROFIEL study contributes to quality of life of people with cancer
PROFIEL study is an international partnership for the collection and sharing of data on the quality of life of (former) cancer patients, in cooperation with Integraal Kankercentrum Nederland (IKNL).
A good start for everyone
Tilburg University contributes to this challenge through a variety of projects for different target groups. New knowledge is collected in order to gain an even better insight into which social challenges exist.
Tranzo is the scientific center for care and wellbeing of the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences of Tilburg University. Tranzo wants to build a bridge between science and practice in the area of care and wellbeing. The objective is to promote an evidence-based approach by working in co-creation with practitioners to develop and exchange knowledge.
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