|Prof. IJmert Kant
To develop and evaluate interventions and strategies for effective prediction, prevention, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment for people with health complaints and/or disabling medical conditions that affect their functioning and participation as defined in the ICF framework. Methodological, clinimetric and fundamental approaches will be used.
The research line focuses on both the understanding of impaired functioning and participation, and the role of the individual’s personal and societal context herein. Human movement is a shared basic principle of the research line and is underpinned in the specialty ‘Bewegen’ of the Maastricht UMC+.
Translational research, cohort studies and comparative effectiveness studies of non-pharmacological interventions are the sources of information, and state of the art methodology is applied. Contributing to meaningful and personalised medicine is the ultimate goal.
Phone: +31 43 387 5026
|Back on Track||2012 - 2016|
|Chondrogenic differentiation||2013 - 2018|
|Improving worker participation in the ageing employee||2011 - 2016|
|Non-traumatic complaints of the arm, neck or shoulder||2009 - 2015|
|Prosperos||2016 - 2019|
|Spondyloarthritis register in the Netherlands (SpA-Net)||2016 - 2018|
|TenCuRe||2017 - 2021|