Dr. Roelof Ettema is member of the Research Group Research Competence, principal lecturer in the Institute of Nursing Studies, and is head of the professional doctorate training course 'Leadership in Complex Change' and the research group 'Personalised Integral Care'. Roelof is co-founder of and lecturer at the Master Integrated Care Design.
"Help everyone: students, clients, loved ones, use their talents and empower themselves."
Making the lives of our fellow human beings more beautiful by organizing healthcare and social care, instead of around financing systems and accountability, letting it to take place around the fellow citizen. This creates space to provide personalized care, exactly to what our fellow human beings need.
Fields of expertise
Integrating healthcare services
Applied research methods for tackling ‘wicked problems’
- Development of a microlearning intervention regarding nursing nutritional care for older adults: A multi-methods study
- Factors Influencing Nurses’ Behavior in Nutritional Care for Community-Dwelling Older Adults Before, During, and After Hospitalization: A Delphi Study
- Feasibility of a microlearning intervention about nutritional care for older adults provided by hospital and home care nurses and nursing assistants: A mixed-methods study