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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.


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  • 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.

  • Good intentions for 2018? No alcohol for example... 22 Dec 2017News Good intentions for 2018? No alcohol for example...
    Rob Bovens of Tranzo researches the effects of the Dutch IkPas campaign (IPass/IQuit), in which participants do not drink alcohol for a while.

  • Traumas do not impact job satisfaction 11 Dec 2017Press release Traumas do not impact job satisfaction
    PRESS RELEASE 11 December 2017 - Each year about a quarter of all workers will be confronted potentially traumatic events, such as crime, accidents, serious illness or death of a significant other. Part of the affected workers will develop very severe posttraumatic stress symptoms. However, in contrast to our expectations these events and symptoms do not have a negative impact on job satisfaction.

  • Long-term PTSD-symptoms undermine coping self-efficacy 02 Nov 2017Press release Long-term PTSD-symptoms undermine coping self-efficacy
    PRESS RELEASE 2 November 2017 - The higher the coping self-efficacy, the lower the posttraumatic distress (PTSD) in the first months after experiencing a shocking event. In the long-term, however, PTSD-symptoms start to undermine victims’ coping self-efficacy. This is one of the findings of new research by Tilburg University in the Netherlands.

  • The oldest human does not get any older 31 Aug 2017Press release The oldest human does not get any older
    PRESS RELEASE 31 August 2017 - On average, people live longer, but the very oldest among us have not gotten any older over the last thirty years. This is shown by forthcoming statistical research conducted by statisticians Jesson Einmahl MSc and Professor John Einmahl of Tilburg University, and Professor Emeritus Laurens de Haan of Erasmus University Rotterdam. They base their conclusion on precise ages at death of 75,000 Dutch people who died in the last 30 years at the age of at least 94.


  • 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
Roeg, D.P.K.
Name dr. D.P.K. Roeg
TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Tranzo, Scientific center for care and welfare
Position Senior researcher
Room RP 202
Phone +31 13 466 8328
E-mail d.p.k.roeg@tilburguniversity.edu
Huijbers, W.
Name dr. W. Huijbers
Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences
departement Communicatie en Cognitie
Position Assistant Professor
Room D 336
Phone +31 13 466 3672
E-mail w.huijbers@tilburguniversity.edu
Kramer, A.E.
Name dr. A.E. (Astrid) Kramer
Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Department of Management
Position Assistant professor
Room P 1.150
Phone +31 13 466 8218
E-mail a.e.kramer@tilburguniversity.edu

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