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Self-Management and Participation

Tackling complex issues with collaborative research

The 'Self-Management and Participation' research programme directly addresses the societal challenge of giving people who have with chronic diseases the capacity to properly manage their condition properly, thereby resulting in optimal improving healthcare outcomes, quality of life, and societal participation.

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Client-Centred Care

Client-Centred Care

Client-Centred Care is currently receiving great interest in midwifery care, but how do we make this notion tangible and workable?

Improved transition in care in diabetes

Improved transition in care in diabetes

Young people have the worst diabetes regulation of all age groups. The way of life and the developmental task of becoming of independence, are often in conflict with living with diabetes.

NURSE-CC

NURSE-CC

An ambitious, joint effort of researchers and nurses, to boost nursing research and SMS-innovations for people with chronic conditions treated in Erasmus MC.

On Your Own Feet

On Your Own Feet

The research group ‘Transitions in Care’, initiated a research project focused on adolescents with chronic conditions called On Your Own Feet. Various research projects were followed.

Participation among people with HIV

Participation among people with HIV

Worldwide, an estimated 36 million people live with HIV. At present, there are an estimated 23,000 registered patients, with an annual total of 1,000 new diagnoses.

Skills for Growing Up - Epilepsy tool

Skills for Growing Up - Epilepsy tool

Among young people with epilepsy, growing up is often more difficult than those without. For this critical period the Skills for Growing Up – Epilepsy tool will be developed.

SPRiNG: Starting Strong in Nursing

SPRiNG: Starting Strong in Nursing

Together with a large number of health care and educational institutions, the Research Centre Innovations in Care will start a four year study into the causes of drop out amongst nursing students and new graduate nurses.

TraJect: At Work?!

TraJect: At Work?!

A multidisciplinary vocational rehabilitation intervention aimed at empowering young adults with physical disabilities and supporting them in finding a suitable job.

Transition to motherhood

Transition to motherhood

Mothers (to be) increasingly wish to make their own choices in the care provided during the childbearing process, including pregnancy, birth and the post partum.

Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning

A search for an answer to the question of whether diversity in tests and assessments is possible in order to enable students to comply with the standards of higher education qualifications.

ZM-Doc

ZM-Doc

Exploring, adapting and implementing Self-Management Support tools in various nursing practices with chronic patients with diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.

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