Show the importance of public health, especially now!
Public Health students of Maastricht University (Netherlands) have launched an inspiring This is Public Health campaign. Their goal? To showcase... more
Olga Zvonareva has received an ERC Starting Grant, a European research grant for young academics at the career stage at which they are starting their own independent research team or programme. Olga... more

1 September 202013.00 hrs. (online)

PhD ceremony Rajeshwari Bangalore SathyanandaResearch line: Optimising Patient CareSupervisors: Prof. dr. C.P. van Schayck, Prof. dr. A. Krumeich, Prof. dr. A.... more
Hilde Verbeek, Jan Hamers (RL Ageing and Long-Term Care) and their team were awarded a grant of € 1.730.000 by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS). They will study how relocations in... more
By Esther Steenaart, PhD candidate CAPHRI
The majority of the Dutch population has not registered a decision about organ donation. With our project we want to encourage more people to make and... more
Aggie Paulus studied economics at the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE) and graduated cum laude in 1990. For her master thesis, she received the first Wall Street... more
De meeste coronapatiënten in de eerste lijn herstellen goed, zonder verdere ondersteuning of begeleiding. Maar er is een groep die hardnekkige fysieke, cognitieve en/of psychische klachten houdt.... more
After George Floyd was killed by an American police officer, many hundreds of thousands of people all over the world took to the streets to protest against racism. These protests also prompt self-... more
Eight weeks after the lock down of Dutch nursing homes for visitors, a guideline was developed to cautiously open 26 nursing homes for visitors. The Living Lab of Ageing and Long-Term Care studied... more
Eight weeks after the lock down of Dutch nursing homes for visitors, a guideline was developed to cautiously open 26 nursing homes for visitors. The Living Lab of Ageing and Long-Term Care studied... more
16 June 202014.00 hrs.

PhD ceremony Jeanny de GrootResearch line: Supervisor: Prof.dr. T. van der WeijdenCo-supervisor: dr. J.M.C. Maessen, dr. B.F.M. Slangen Title: Enhanced recovery after... more
8 May 202012.00 hrs.

PhD ceremony Suzanne Thompson (online via Zoom)Research line: Promoting Health and Personalised Care Supervisor: Prof. Raymond de VriesCo-supervisors: Prof. Marianne... more
Like other respiratory illnesses, COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, can cause lasting lung damage. The recently launched “Assessment of Corona Burden Tool” (Corona... more
For Covid-19 patients who respond successfully to treatment and are able to be discharged from hospital, the road to recovery can still be a lengthy one. Their physical functioning is negatively... more

All general practice departments at Dutch universities are to collaborate in a single large-scale project to establish the numbers of COVID-19 patients nationally who are receiving intensive and... more
Dit opinie-artikel is verschenen in NRC Handelsblad
Als binnenblijven tot gevolg heeft dat mensen meer stilzitten, dreigen IC-bedden weer eerder vol te raken, betogen Onno van Schayck en Maartje... more
Prediction models for the coronavirus (COVID-19) are being developed worldwide: who runs a greater risk of getting it, which patients with symptoms actually have the virus, and what characteristics... more
The coronavirus is putting intense pressure on care for the elderly, both in the home and in nursing homes. It’s very likely that more staff will soon be needed than are currently working in care for... more
On 8, 9 & 10 June 2020, the 6th edition of the course 'Klinische predictiemodellen - theorie en praktijk’ will take place in Van der Valk Hotel, Maastricht. The course, which will be in Dutch, is... more
About the course
Health Communication and Health Promotion are important fields for researchers, practitioners and policy makers. The goal of the course is to provide an overview of important... more
All CAPHRI PhD ceremonies that were scheduled for April have been postponed because of the corona measures.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 virus, the CaRe days will be postponed to May 2021. The program will be comparable with this year and we hope to see you in 2021! There will be a CaRe-award winner... more
Many colleagues are currently busy organising online education or combining scientific research with the care of small children, but some employees of Maastricht University are literally operating on... more