Maud Radstake

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The term ‘dialogue’ has become an important part of ‘science and society’ discourse during the past decade. As such, statements like the following have become integral to reports and activities at the interface of science and society: “The acquisition of a basic grounding in science and technology by the European public and a regular flow of information to(More)
BACKGROUND Neonatal dried blood spots (DBS) present a wealth of data. Currently, many countries discuss DBS storage, management and use. We collected data in the Netherlands on the awareness and views of an unheard stakeholder: mothers (-to-be). METHODS A survey was conducted on an Amsterdam pregnancy fair website in 2011. We included 1,272 women who were(More)
T he nature and purpose of academic and industrial research has slowly been changing during the past decades. Academic research, in particular of the applied nature, is more frequently done in collaboration with industrial partners and attracts funding from industry or private foundations that support research. Even public funding agencies increasingly(More)
Governments and health providers are keen to promote the notion that the internet can play a key role in the development of more informed and responsible citizens or patients. At the same time, there is a developing body of social research that explores the ways in which the internet figures in the health information landscapes and practices of health(More)
In a pilot project called The DNA-Dialogues online discussion boards of popular magazines featured as sites for public dialogue on genomics-related issues. As organizers and mediators of those online discussions, we experienced problems that have hardly been attended to by dialogue practitioners nor by social scientists who study and criticize public(More)
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