Mark van den Boogaard assistant professorMark van den Boogaard is an assistant porfessor at the department of intensive are medicine. He is leader of the research line: “ICU delirium ” with a focus on prediction and prevention. He developed and validated, in several multinational clinical studies, the only two existing ICU-delirium prediction models. Regarding prevention the focus is on pharmacological as well as on non-pharmacological interventions, currently both studied in large multicenter clinical trials. He has four PhD students in his research line. Furthermore, he is project leader of the MONITOR-IC, a long-term follow-up program measuring quality of life till 5y after ICU admission. This is a large scale, multicenter study in which over 12,000 patients will be included.
Personal prizes & awards national & international
- 2015: Anna Reynvaan Award 2015 for best scientific article of the Netherlands; ‘Recalibration of the delirium prediction model for ICU patients (PRE-DELIRIC): a multinational observational study. Intensive care medicine. 2014’
- 2013: Best poster presentation at European Delirium Association congress in Leuven, September: Comparison of wrist actigraphy and video-based actigraphy for delirium detection in ICUs
- 2012: Winner NCEBP PhD Award for best thesis title: Delirium in Intensive Care Patients; detection, impact, prediction, prevention, and biomarkers
- 2012: Rose Mary Crow award of International Journal of Nursing Science, 2nd price (runner up price) for the article: Incidence and short-term consequences of delirium in critically ill patients: a prospective observational cohort study
- 2010: Best oral presentation award at NVIC congress: Predict, Prediction of Delirium in ICU patients; development of a prediction model