Giesje Nefs receives fellowship from the Diabetes Fund10 January 2022
Diabetes technology - such as insulin pumps, closed loop systems, sensors, smart insulin pens - is evolving enormously. But there are also concerns, or false expectations. Giesje Nefs wants to gain more insight into this so she can help people make their choice.
Cognitive behavioral therapy reduces severe fatigue in patients with advanced cancer during treatment28 January 2020
In Annals of Oncology, RIHS researchers Hanneke Poort, Marlies Peters, Winette van der Graaf, Ria Nijhuis-van der Sanden and colleagues showed significant effects of cognitive behavioral therapy on fatigue in patients with advanced cancer during treatment with palliative intent.
Judith Prins appointed scientific director of RIHS a.i.5 April 2019
Judith Prins, full professor of Medical Psychology and prominent principal investigator, has been appointed scientific director ad interim (a.i.) of the RIHS as of 1 April. She succeeds Bart Kiemeney after his RIHS directorship of more than seven years.
Exergaming as an effective method to engage people with dementia in physical exercise11 January 2019
In Alzheimers Research & Therapy Esther Karssemeijer and Roy Kessels from the departments of Geriatrics and Medical Psychology showed that a 12-week exergame and aerobic training improve psychomotor speed in people with dementia.
Transmural care to improve participation in sick children23 November 2017
Together with the Amalia Children’s hospital and “Stichting Kind en Ziekenhuis”, Chris Verhaak (Medical Psychology, theme Mitochondrial diseases) received a grant of 450.000 euro grant from “Zorginstituut Nederland” for the project TRANSIT.
Four Veni grants for young Radboudumc researchers28 July 2017
Four researchers from Radboudumc have been awarded a Veni grant the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). These grants provide highly promising young scientists with the opportunity to further elaborate their own ideas during a period of three years.