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  • The use of resilience in future studies Contributing to the clarification of resilience in older people in order to facilitate the use of resilience in future research and care practice.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • Timely and optimal palliative care for the homeless: a consultation intervention Evaluating a consultation intervention between palliative care experts and shelter staff on process and added value.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • The Pros-RODAM study The Pros-RODAM study aims to identify the key environmental exposures and epigenetic factors, responsible for the increased burden of hypertension in migrants.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • The RODAM study The RODAM study aims to understand the reasons for the high prevalence of obesity, T2D and other cardiovascular risk factors among sub-Saharan Africans.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • The multicenter study PReFIT PreFIT study aims to evaluate the accuracy, feasibility and cost-effectiveness of new and existing point-of-care Tuberculosis diagnostic tests.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • Project on meaningful societal participation of informal caregivers The project focuses on societal participation of Dutch informal caregivers and the meaningfulness that they attach to these participation activities.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • The multicenter ACTIVE trial (Cost-)Effectiveness of a transmural integrated care program for knee arthroplasty patients in the working population.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • MEES studies: extension of the PROMIS item bank 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.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • The StayFine study The StayFine study aims to explore whether and how it is possible to prevent relapse of common mental health disorders in young people.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing
  • The BIObanks Netherlands Internet Collaboration (BIONIC project) The BIONIC project aims to search for genetic variants for depression, including those which are specific for the Dutch population.
    Amsterdam Public Health
    Ongoing