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Integrated Care

Tackling complex issues with collaborative research

The research programme 'Integrated Care' focuses on the cohesion between different current questions concerning healthcare, and also addresses the cohesion between answering those questions, and any other questions or needs the patient may have.

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Academic Workplace for Midwifery & Perinatal Health

Academic Workplace for Midwifery & Perinatal Health

A collaborative partnership between RUAS and Erasmus University Medical Centre for education and research in midwifery.

At home with meaning

At home with meaning

This study will evaluate the contribution of an approach to talk about meaning in life, to both care workers and their clients.

'Butterfly effect' of self-compassion

'Butterfly effect' of self-compassion

Current civil society is expecting a lot from volunteers in informal care. These volunteers are, like professional carers, at high risk of compassion fatigue and reduced resilience.

Careers in elderly care

Careers in elderly care

Polyphony in the career stories of workers in care for the elderly and its reflection in the organisation.

E-health and mental vitality

E-health and mental vitality

This study aims to develop a serious game for the prevention of depression among young people aged thirteen to seventeen and with a low socio-economic status in Rotterdam.

Fighting Loneliness

Fighting Loneliness

Society is challenged by a growing number of ageing people that live longer and age in place.

FLOW

FLOW

Youths with ASD have difficulty in adjusting to new situations. The transition to secondary education can form a challenge for these young persons.

FOCUS on Horizon

FOCUS on Horizon

The Institute for Social Study programmes (ISO), Horizon Youth Welfare Work and Education and the lectureship Public Care and Prevention for Young people have joined forces. Since 1 February 2015, they have formed the experimental learning community FOCUS on Horizon.

Hanging Out

Hanging Out

Hanging Out is a project, organised by and in servitude of the community, to help elderly people in Rotterdam live longer independently.

Learning Together, Working Together

Learning Together, Working Together

Dementia education is to be made more appealing, accessible and practice-oriented, with the ultimate aim to provide customised care to people with dementia, their caregivers and professionals.

Living at home longer with dementia in Rotterdam

Living at home longer with dementia in Rotterdam

From the assumptions that people grow old more pleasantly in their own familiar surroundings and that living at home longer involves lower costs than intramural care, the ambition is to postpone or acquit intramural admission.

Moving

Moving

Together with other researchers, practical professionals and the target group, Research Centre of Innovations in Care is going to research a prevention programme in the study Moving, in which youths with autism spectrum problems, their teachers and parents are supported in the transition to secondary education.

New in 010

New in 010

Second-year RUAS students Midwifery and students Social Work support vulnerable pregnant women via home visits.

Parenthood remains in Rotterdam

Parenthood remains in Rotterdam

Conflict divorces burden children with chronic conflicts between parents, a decreased quality of parenting and impaired communication, a lack of or less supervision, parental psychopathology, a chaotic family life and impaired parent-child relationships.

Prevention of behavioural problems in children

Prevention of behavioural problems in children

An important condition for successful prevention for children with psychosocial problems is to know which prevention programmes are effective and which children need more intensive support and care.

Proper care: the right moment for the right person

Proper care: the right moment for the right person

The development of indication criteria for referral to activating interventions that meet the requirements, characteristics and preferences of a client couple.

Regional Consortium Pregnancy & Childbirth

Regional Consortium Pregnancy & Childbirth

The central theme of this project is that psychosocial problems, psychopathology and substance abuse (PPM) that present themselves during the first phase of pregnancy are related to the onset of prematurity and dysmaturity later in pregnancy.

ST-RAW Academic Collaborative Centre

ST-RAW Academic Collaborative Centre

The ACC aims to develop and disseminate expertise and knowledge of the practical provision of youth care.

Urban Health Centre 2.0

Urban Health Centre 2.0

By 2050, the number Europeans over 65 will double, and the number of over 75 will almost triple. This is associated with a steep increase in demand for care. New approach to care is needed.

VitaDem

VitaDem

An investigation into how dementia patients and their relatives can stay self-sufficient and vital. It looks into the help that families, neighbours and friends can provide, and how to make patients’ and their relatives’ environment dementia-friendlier.

Work and Healthy Pregnancy: take action

Work and Healthy Pregnancy: take action

The project ‘Work and Healthy Pregnancy – take action!’ aspires to improve the mother’s and child’s health during and after pregnancy as regards the potential impact of harmful work factors.

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