P. J. M. van der Boog

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Although fewer tibial radiolucent lines are observed in cementless Oxford unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA) compared with cemented Oxford UKA, an independent comparative study on this topic is lacking. In this multicentre retrospective study, a cohort of 60 consecutive cases of cementless Oxford UKA is compared with a cohort of 60 consecutive cases(More)
E-health is seen as an important technological tool in achieving self-management; however, there is little evidence of how effective e-health is for self-management. Example tools remain experimental and there is limited knowledge yet about the design, use, and effects of this class of tools. By way of introducing a new view on the development of e-health(More)
<b>Motivation</b> -- A key function of a future self-management support system (SMSS) for renal transplant patients is to provide feedback about their health status. This study investigates patients' understanding, preference, and trust of such feedback. <b>Research approach</b> -- Three types of feedback form, namely simplicity, empathy, and empowerment,(More)
<b>Motivation</b> -- Thanks to the mobile measurement and tele-care technology, it becomes possible to build self-management support systems for renal transplant patients. This project aims to provide (1) a trusted and accepted self-management support systems for renal transplant patients, (2) guidelines for building a virtual coach for supporting feedback(More)
BACKGROUND Self-management support systems (SMSS) have been proposed for renal transplant patients to increase their autonomy and reduce the number of hospital visits. For the design and implementation of such systems, it is important to understand factors influencing patients' acceptance of a SMSS. This paper aims to identify these key factors. METHODS(More)
<b>Motivation</b> -- The development of self-management systems has been mainly initiated and driven by health-care professionals, resulting in a primarily medical view on the role of these systems in health care for chronically ill patients. However, lay people consider their health rather in terms of 'participation' and 'feeling healthy'. Therefore,(More)
Motivation – A key function of a future self-management support system (SMSS) for renal transplant patients is to provide feedback about their health status. This study investigates patients’ understanding, preference, and trust of such feedback. Research approach – Three types of feedback form, namely simplicity, empathy, and empowerment, were designed and(More)
<b>Motivation</b> -- It is becoming necessary to seriously consider self-management in the treatment of chronically ill patients. A number of self-management applications have already been developed, but an explicit theoretical model is lacking. The PERISCOPE-project aims to provide (1) a conceptual framework for self-management systems aimed at lifestyle(More)
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