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How to find us prof. dr. L.B. (Louise) Meijering

Research interests

place attachment, well-being, home, identity, community, older adults, ageing, stroke, qualitative methodology

Publications

Places that matter: Place attachment and wellbeing of older Antillean migrants in the Netherlands

De participatieve benadering in de ouderenzorg: Zorg Zonder Regels in De Hoven

Introduction: geographies of ageing and well-being

Constructing ruralities: The case of the Hobbitstee, Netherlands

‘Even een rondje wezen wandelen, want dan kom ik weer mensen tegen’: Kwalitatief onderzoek naar de participatie van ouderen met geheugenproblemen

Features of the social and built environment that contribute to the well-being of people with dementia who live at home: A scoping review

Geographical life-space and subjective wellbeing in later life

Ouderen tijdens de eerste lockdown in Nederland en Engeland

Technology to Improve Autonomy and Inform Housing Decisions for Older Adults With Memory Problems Who Live at Home in Canada, Sweden, and the Netherlands: Protocol for a Multipronged Mixed Methods Study

The time and place of social mixing: Everyday rhythms of long-term residents and newcomers in a Dutch neighborhood

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Press/media

Rehab-4-Life na hersenletsel

“John has got diabetes – but he has to eat like the rest of us”: The importance of improving critical health literacy

Hoe vindt u zelf dat het gaat? Blogpost

Mixed methods binnen de demografie. Blogpost

Kiezen voor een eenvoudiger leven. De drijfveren van mensen om in een woongemeenschap te leven

Welbevinden: wat vinden ouderen er zelf van? [Experienced well-being in later life]

Thuis in het tehuis’ [Feeling at home in a nursing home]

A participatory approach to research and health literacy

Project Duurzame Ouderenparticipatie

Corporatiedag: weg met verstikkende regels [Housing associations: abandon suffocating rules]

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