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Keeping healthcare affordable but sustainable and just at the same time. This crucial dilemma is the focus of many of our researchers from the viewpoint of economics, governance, sociology, psychology, law and ethics. Many of them cooperate closely with healthcare professionals.


New in Healthcare

  • Increased Prevalence of Depression, Anxiety after Colorectal Cancer 19 Apr 2018News Increased Prevalence of Depression, Anxiety after Colorectal Cancer
    The prevalence of depression and anxiety are increased among survivors of colorectal cancer (CRC), according to a study by Floortje Mols c.s. published in the scientific journal Cancer.

  • International research: How active are you, really? 17 Apr 2018News International research: How active are you, really?
    A new international study questions how well you actually evaluate your level of physical activity. The study suggests that your self-evaluation might be more wishful thinking than objective assessment.

  • Brabant universities and GGZ Eindhoven together in scientific research 10 Apr 2018News Brabant universities and GGZ Eindhoven together in scientific research
    The universities of Tilburg and Eindhoven and GGzE (Mental Health Care Eindhoven and Kempen) will jointly conduct research in a so-called Academic Workplace. The three organizations focus on three fields: transition of mental healthcare, healing environment and personalized mental health.

  • Whistleblowers often suffer from severe psychological problems 19 Feb 2018Press release Whistleblowers often suffer from severe psychological problems
    PRESS RELEASE 19 February 2018 - Whistleblowers play a very important and indispensable role in society. However the effects of blowing the whistle on whistleblowers are dramatic, according to a new empirical study of Tilburg University. About 80% report very negative effects on work and wages, and almost 50% very negative effects on family life. About 45% suffer from clinical levels of mental health problems such as anxiety and/or depressive symptoms.

  • Depending on PTSD-symptoms levels, traumas have a negative or positive impact on loneliness 24 Jan 2018Press release Depending on PTSD-symptoms levels, traumas have a negative or positive impact on loneliness
    PRESS RELEASE 24 January 2018 - Loneliness weakens the (mental) health. After traumatic events, some of the victims suffer from loneliness. Victims with very severe PTSD-symptom levels more often suffer from loneliness than victims with very low PTS-symptom levels. But, non-victims more often suffer from loneliness than victims with very low PTS-symptom levels.


  • Center of Research on Psychological and Somatic disorders
    Theme: Medical and clinical psychology
  • Scientific Centre for Care and Welfare
    Theme: Transformation in care and welfare

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Bongers, I.M.B.
Name prof. dr. I.M.B. (Inge) Bongers
TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Tranzo, Scientific center for care and welfare
Position Full Professor
Room RP 227
Phone +31 13 466 4592
E-mail i.m.b.bongers@tilburguniversity.edu
Mols, F.
Name dr. F. Mols
TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Medical and Clinical Psychology
Position Associate professor
Room T 511
Phone +31 13 466 3482
E-mail f.mols@tilburguniversity.edu
Bovenberg, A.L.
Name prof. dr. A.L. Bovenberg
Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Department of Economics
Position Full Professor
Room P 3.101
Phone +31 13 466 2912
E-mail a.l.bovenberg@tilburguniversity.edu
Kuijpers, C.M.H.
Name dr.ir. C.M.H. Kuijpers
Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Department of Management
Position Assistant professor
Room P 1.102
Phone +31 13 466 3427
E-mail c.m.h.kuijpers@tilburguniversity.edu

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