Marjolein van de Pol, Director of Medicine studies and general practitioner, has recently been appointed as associate professor ‘Well-being and vitality of students’ with emphasis on education.Marjolein: "Well-being and vitality form the basis for sustainable employability and a lifelong learning attitude of both students and professionals. In recent years in particular, the well-being and vitality of students have been under pressure, resulting in stress and dropout."
As an associate professor, within the theme Healthcare improvement science, Marjolein will develop and research training programs aimed at increasing well-being and vitality. "The goal," Marjolein states, "is to deliver professionals who are able to monitor their own well-being and vitality and also play an exemplary role for their (future) patients, colleagues and research population."
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