Theme: Challenges of Real World Evidence
In the plenary session of the CAPHRI Research Day critical questions will be asked about evidence-based practice. In our own research line session, we would like to discuss the possibilities and challenges of collecting data in daily practice.
Within various projects of our research line, data is collected in daily practice. We would like to have a look at each other's work during this session. For what purpose is this data collected? How does that happen? What exactly is collected? Are there experiences with the use of this data? The ultimate goal is to learn from each other and to be inspired to put forward (disease-crossing) research questions that we, within our research line, would like to focus on.
First we will take inspiration from a lecture of Prof. dr. Piet van Riel, rheumatologist who is a professor at the research institute IQ healthcare (Scientific Center for Quality of Healthcare), Radboudumc Nijmegen. He was a forerunner in the Netherlands and Europe in the development of clinical instruments used in daily practice and in the collection of data in clinical practice. His current research focuses mainly on (im)possibilities of research in daily practice and aspects of implementation. After his lecture several researchers of Functioning and Rehabiltation will show their work and elaborate on the central topic.
|Welcome (10 minutes)||Prof.dr. Annelies Boonen and Prof.dr. IJmert Kant|
|Guest speaker (30 minutes)||Prof.dr. Piet van Riel, IQ healtcare, Radboudumc Nijmegen|
Real life experience: From cohort study to implementation research
|Presentations units (3 X 20 Minutes)||Dr. Astrid van Tubergen|
|SpA-net: a disease-specific network for research on and improvement of quality of care|
|Dr. Ivan Huijnen|
|PijnNetwerk: Structure and data of a "complex" network that connects different levels of care|
|Prof.dr. IJmert Kant|
|The value of a population cohort approach: From the Maastricht Study Cohort to 4LImburg|
|Discussion (30 minutes)||Discussion based on propositions by prof.dr. Jeanine Verbunt and dr. Caroline Bastiaenen|