Martine Ganzevles MSc (1976) has been a researcher at Research Group Methodology of Practice-Based Research since the spring of 2013. As a lecturer, she is affiliated with the Institute for Social Work, where she is involved with the GGZagoog minor programme and is the primary programme lecturer for the practice-based research graduation component.
Since 1 February 2016 she has been working on her doctoral research ‘Gegeven de Omstandigheden. Naar passende (r) onderzoeksmethodologie voor praktijkgericht Sociaal Werk onderzoek’ (‘Given the Circumstances: Towards an appropriate methodology for practice-based Social Work research’). For her doctoral research she is affiliated as a ‘science practitioner’ with Tilburg University - Tranzo. Her doctoral supervisor is Tine Van Regenmortel (Academic Workplace Social Work). Daan Andriessen is the supervising professor at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht.
Martine initially trained to be a social care worker. She subsequently studied General Social Sciences at Utrecht University, where she specialised in Culture, Healthcare and Welfare. She acquired most of her work experience in the area of mental healthcare, both in terms of hands-on care and in advice and research.
Fields of expertise
- Social work
- Supportive relational acting
- Methodology of Practice-Based Research
- When Methods Meet Motives: methodological pluralism in Social Work research
- The nature of social work research by Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences: an overview
- What drives me? A Q-methodological study on motives of social work researchers behind their research approach