The MEES studies aim to improve the measurement of societal participation by extending the PROMIS item bank. These item banks are large sets of questions (items) that all measure the same construct.
This project aims to co-design and implement digital care pathways with customized patient education to properly involve and inform patients during their care process.
‘My Little Moves’ aims to develop valid, reliable and user-friendly measurement instruments to assess young children’s 24-h movement behaviors.
The Exposome-NL study is a large epidiomological study which comprises many traits of individuals alongside environmental variables.
We have expertise in epidemiology, clinical trials, geriatrics, nutrition, activity, microbiomics and in behavior-, consumer-, sensory- and computersciences.
The SUCCESS study aims to assess the effectiveness of a smoking cessation strategy initiated after cervical cancer screening.
The Pros-RODAM study aims to identify the key environmental exposures and epigenetic factors, responsible for the increased burden of hypertension in migrants.
The BIONIC project aims to search for genetic variants for depression, including those which are specific for the Dutch population.
Addressing the effect of a variety of interventions to promote Shared Decision Making in consultations about treatment for advanced cancer.