Events

Inaugural lecture Prof. Van Breukelen

17 April 2015
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Inaugural lecture Prof. Jansen

24 April 2015
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PhD ceremonies March 2015

5-3     Axel Deenik
11-3   Mahmud Abdulkader
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PhD ceremonies April 2015

1-4    Jelena Arsenijevic
2-4    Ervin Toci
2-4    Nicole Hoefsmit
2-4    Hanna van den Ende
9-4    Annemieke Fastenau
10-4  Ryanne Lemmens
15-4  Manon Ernst
16-4  Anna Huysse-Gaytandjieva
24-4  Jimmy Odekerken
24-4  Carmen Stolwijk
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'Limited health literacy is an underestimated public health 
challenge in Europe.'
Thesis Kristine Sørensen
'Antibiotics: the more you use it, the more you lose it.'
Thesis Christel van der Donk
'Pressure ulcers are a relevant nursing care topic in hospitalised pediatric patients of all ages.'
Thesis Anna-Barbara Schlüer
'A good-looking intervention is not necessarily an effective intervention.'
Thesis Dilana Schaafsma
'The Internet as a delivery mode for health interventions can be a blessing as well as a curse.'
Thesis Iman Elfeddali
News
Harm Haak, professor of Internal Medicine (with a specialisation in Acute Medicine)
03/03/2015 - Emergency protocol for patients with unexplained symptoms could be more efficient and more effective
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Best PhD Thesis Award for Daniela Schulz
03/03/2015 - She received the award for her dissertation ‘Using the Internet to promote a healthy lifestyle – Testing a multiple behaviour change intervention regarding reach, use, appreciation, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness’
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Research Award 2014 Rehab Rheinfelden Switzerland for Corinne Amman-Reiffer
06/02/2015 - She received the award for her article 'Measurement properties of gait-related outcomes in youth with neuromuscular diagnoses: a systematic review’
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Celebrating a success of EPH students
15/01/2015 - Lisa Ploeg won the first award based on a presentation of her EPH Bachelor Thesis ‘Diabetes and sustainable employability in the EU: A qualitative study’
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