Jurjen Emmelkamp

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BACKGROUND Insomnia is a prevalent problem with a high burden of disease (e.g. reduced quality of life, reduced work capacity) and a high co-morbidity with other mental and somatic disorders. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is effective in the treatment of insomnia but is seldom offered. CBT delivered through the Internet might be a more accessible(More)
A novel method for studying unlabeled living mammalian cells based on their autofluorescence (AF) signal in a prototype microfluidic device is presented. When combined, cellular AF detection and microfluidic devices have the potential to facilitate high-throughput analysis of different cell populations. To demonstrate this, unlabeled cultured cells in(More)
BACKGROUND Little is known about the relation between coping, social support, and psychological and somatic symptoms among survivors of torture living outside the West. METHOD In a population-based dataset of 315 tortured Bhutanese refugees, univariate and multivariate relationships between coping and social support and symptoms were estimated. These(More)
The research described in this thesis was funded by the Dutch Technology Foundation (STW) project TMM 6016, " NanoSCAN ". The research was carried out at the chair for " Miniaturized systems for biomedical and environmental applications " (BIOS) of the MESA No part of this work may be reproduced by print, photocopy or any other means without the permission(More)
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