The most recent publications of Healthwise
|Datum:||03 augustus 2016|
We are proud to present the newest publications of Healthwise researchers.
Cleeren, K., K. Geyskens, P.C. Verhoef and J.M.E. Pennings, (2016), Regular or low-fat? An investigation of the long-run impact of the first low-fat purchase on subsequent purchase volumes and calories, International Journal of Research in Marketing, forthcoming
Jacobs, J.J.W.M., R. Ekkelboom, J.P.A.M. Jacobs, T. van der Molen, and R. Sanderman (2016). Patient satisfaction with a teleradiology service in general practice. BMC Family Practice, 17(1), 17. 10.1186/s12875-016-0418-y
Kasteridis, P., A. Mason, M. Goddard, R. Jacobs, R. Santos, B. Rodriguez-Sanchez and G. McGonigal, 2016, Risk of care home placement following acute hospital admission: effects of a pay-for-performance scheme for dementia, PLOSone, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0155850
Kromme, N.M.H., C.T.B. Ahaus, R.O.B. Gans and H.B.M. Van de Wiel, 2016, It just has to click: Internists' views of productive interactions with chronically ill patients. A qualitative study, BMC Health Services Research, forthcoming
Reijnders, L.S.M., 2016, Child subsidies and the cross-sectional fertility pattern, Macroeconomic Dynamics, forthcoming.
Schoten, S. van, C. de Blok, P. Spreeuwenberg, P. Groenewegen and C. Wagner, 2016, The EFQM Model as a framework for total quality management in healthcare - results of a longitudinal quantitative study, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 36, 8, pp.1-24
Verhoef P.C. and J. van Doorn, 2016, Segmenting consumers according to their purchase of products with organic, fair-trade, and health labels, Journal of Marketing Behavior, forthcoming
Zee, D.J. van der, Monks, T., Lahr, M., Luijckx, G.J., Buskens, E. (2016). Entering new fields of simulation application - challenges faced in simulation modelling of stroke systems. Proceedings of the Operational Research Society Simulation Workshop 2016 (SW16). Birmingham: Operational Research Society., 145-154.