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University Medical Center Groningen

prof. dr. R. (Rienk) Dekker

Consultant in Rehabilitation / Head Outpatient department / Associate Professor
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E-mail:
r.dekker01 umcg.nl

Research interests

active lifestyle, physical activity, sports and rehabilitation (medicine)

Physical Fitness in rehabilitation populations: being more fit enhances chances on better and faster recovery and rehabilitation

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Publications

Central sensitization and functioning in patients with chronic low back pain: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study

Do rehabilitation patients with chronic low back pain meet World Health Organisation's recommended physical activity levels?

Effectiveness and feasibility of We12BFit!: improving physical fitness and lifestyle physical activity in children with developmental coordination disorder in a paediatric rehabilitation setting-a small sample field study

Facilitators and barriers for the implementation of exercise are medicine in routine clinical care in Dutch university medical centres: a mixed methodology study on clinicians' perceptions

Implementing Exercise = Medicine in routine clinical care; needs for an online tool and key decisions for implementation of Exercise = Medicine within two Dutch academic hospitals

Interobserver and intraobserver reliabilities of determining the ventilatory thresholds in subjects with a lower limb amputation and able-bodied subjects during a peak exercise test on the combined arm-leg (Cruiser) ergometer

Maximal aerobic capacity is associated with lifting capacity, but not with self-reported functioning measures in patients with primary chronic low back pain: a cross-sectional study

Maximal cardiopulmonary exercise test in patients with chronic low back pain: feasibility, tolerance and relation with central sensitization. An observational study: feasibility, tolerance and relation with central sensitization. An observational study

Physical activity behaviour up to 1 year post-rehabilitation among adults with physical disabilities and/or chronic diseases: results of the prospective cohort study ReSpAct

Assessment of Activity Pacing in Relation to Physical Activity and Health-Related Quality of Life in Adults with Multiple Sclerosis

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Press/media

UMCG partner van NOC*NSF voor paralympische sporters

Patiënten UMCG en Amsterdam UMC krijgen gerichte begeleiding voor een gezondere leefstijl

Gerichte begeleiding voor een gezondere leefstijl voor patiënten UMCG en Amsterdam UMC

Interview Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Revalidatiegeneeskunde

Persoonlijke gezondheidsomgeving (PGO

Exercise is Medicine

Visit Politician

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