31 October 2019

For the second year in a row, a PhD candidate from the Allied Health Sciences group of IQ Healthcare (RIHS), has won the "Dutch Association for Physiotherapists in the Hospital" incentive prize. Last year, Niek Koenders won the prize and this year Emily Klooster was granted this honor. Emile pitched her plan to develop a simple indicator to monitor physical (in)activity in hospitals. Both PhD candidates study the merits of the Ban Bedcentricity (Beter uit bed) project in the Radboudumc.
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