dr. Jaap ten Oever
Over Jaap ten Oever
Jaap ten Oever’s interest are community- and hospital-acquired infections and antimicrobial stewardship, in which he has extensive hands-on experience, is involved in research and policy-making. Other areas of interest are vulvovaginal candidiasis and immunodeficiencies. He obtained his MD from Maastricht university. He was trained as an infectious disease specialist at the Radboud university medical center and obtained his PhD in 2014 with his thesis “Footprints of infections novel diagnostic strategies in infectious diseases”. Besides being a member of the Radboud university medical center antimicrobial stewardship team, he participates in the antibiotic resistance & infection prevention network Gelderland (GAIN), is chair of the Dutch working Party on Antibiotic Policy (SWAB) working group on antimicrobial stewardship, and a council member of the SWAB. He coordinates the development and implementation of the Dutch antimicrobial stewardship monitor. He has collaborated in many studies related to this subject and has published on different subject related to antimicrobial stewardship. He is the coordinator of the infectious diseases training program in Radboudumc.