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PhD project (2017 - today) on dealing with risk in integrated primary care for frail elderly. In the Netherlands, an increasing group elderly are described as 'frail': they are described to run various health and/or social risks at the same time. By integrating knowledge, expertise and capacity of care practitioners from different disciplines and domains, it is thought that these risks can be 'managed' by means of proactive and preventive interventions. I study how patients, care practitioners and policy makers jointly shape this integrated care practice, given their differences in role, knowledge, expertise and interests which complicate integration. To this end, I use a qualitative, phronetic research approach, focusing on power and narratives.
Supervisor of Master thesis students Besturen van Zorgvernieuwing (Governance of Healthcare Innovation).
Lecturer in Master course Zorg in de Samenleving (Healthcare in Society).
Involved in Talma Institute, Social Context of Aging research group (SoCA), Ben Sajet Center, PhD club.
Research Master in Public Administration and Organizational Science, Master, Utrecht University, Erasmus University Rotterdam, VU Amsterdam and Tilburg University
Public Administration and Organizational Science, Bachelor, Utrecht University
- HM Sociology
- JS Local government Municipal government
- RA Public aspects of medicine
- HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare
Research output: Online publication or Non-textual form › Online publication or Website › Professional
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article › Professional
Werkbare samenwerking: Mogelijkheden en moeilijkheden in de samenwerking van wijkverpleegkundigen met andere partijenSchonewille, A. & La Grouw, Y. M., 2017
Research output: Book / Report › Report › Professional
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Review article › Academic › peer-review