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Research interests

Currently, I am working on two projects:

 The Caregiver balance project

Many informal caregivers provide informal care for a loved one in the palliative phase out of love, even though the burden of providing informal care can be (too) high. The Caregiver balance project aims to guide informal caregivers in this process at the start of the palliative phase of the loved one, in order to decrease caregiver burden and increase positive caregiving experiences in informal caregivers.  

 The Untire Project

In this international trial, we aim to study whether the Untire App can help (former) cancer patients to reduce their cancer-related fatigue and improve their quality of life. The training in the Untire App is based on mindfulness based cognitive therapy and contains education, stress-reduction exercises, a program to increase physical activity and daily tips. The trial starts in March 2018 and is expected to run until the end of 2018.


Recruiting participants for an international mHealth study via Facebook Ads: Experiences from the Untire App RCT

Beating Cancer-Related Fatigue With the Untire Mobile App: Protocol for a Waiting List Randomized Controlled Trial

Beating cancer-related fatigue with the Untire mobile app: Results from a waiting-list randomized controlled trial

Cost-effectiveness and budget impact of a lifestyle intervention to improve cardiometabolic health in patients with severe mental illness

De kunst van de lange adem: implemen-tatie van leefstijlinterventies in de ggz

Multimodal lifestyle intervention using a web-based tool to improve cardiometabolic health in patients with serious mental illness: results of a cluster randomized controlled trial (LION)

Effects of a lifestyle intervention on psychosocial well-being of severe mentally ill residential patients: ELIPS, a cluster randomized controlled pragmatic trial

Lifestyle interventions in patients with a severe mental illness: Addressing self-management and living environment to improve health

Changing the obesogenic environment to improve cardiometabolic health in residential patients with a severe mental illness: Cluster randomised controlled trial

Design of the Lifestyle Interventions for severe mentally ill Outpatients in the Netherlands (LION) trial; a cluster randomised controlled study of a multidimensional web tool intervention to improve cardiometabolic health in patients with severe mental illness

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