Eveline de Groot

Eveline de Groot

PhD Candidate

TSB: Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
TSB: Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology

Bio

As a researcher, I'm passionate about adding value to peoples lives. I'm specifically interested in health, human-centered thinking, UX/usability, and innovation. Currently, I'm a PhD candidate at the Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology, where I'll contribute to the development of a self-management tool for people with a severe mental illness. In my PhD project, I will identify which transdiagnostic factors predict relapse in severe mental illness, as well as explore which delivery formats and content work best for personalized feedback provision to patients and healthcare professionals.

Recent publications

  1. Broken bones and risks - Communicating personalized predictions to tr…

    Hommes, S., Vromans, R., de Jongh, M., Houwen, T., Bol, N., de Groot, E., Antheunis, M., & Krahmer, E. (2022). Broken bones and risks: Communicating personalized predictions to trauma patients. Poster session presented at 44th Annual North American Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM), Seattle, Washington, United States.
  2. Explaining prediction models to trauma patients - An experiment and i…

    Hommes, S., Vromans, R., de Jongh, M., Houwen, T., Bol, N., de Groot, E., Antheunis, M., & Krahmer, E. (2022). Explaining prediction models to trauma patients: An experiment and interview study. Abstract from IOTA Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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