Hieronder vindt u het overzicht van alle dissertaties, die in 2024 kans maken op de Ds.Visscherprijs.
The light side.
Light, sleep and mood in older adults with intellectual disabilities
The good care relationship in long term care: attending to ethical tensions and burdens
A study of aging persons with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities and their families
Towards unravelling the complexities of social relations of adults with a disability in ambulatory support services.
Personal Network Stories as a pathway to intervention.
A life worth sharing: Understanding quality of life of persons with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities
A blind spot?
Screening for mild intellectual disabilities and borderline intellectual functioning in psychiatric patients in specialized mental health care in the Netherlands: prevalence and associations.
Supporting a healthy lifestyle of people with moderate to profound intellectual disabilities
Improving medical care for adults with Prader-Willi syndrome
Take it Personal!
Prevention of substance use among adolescents and young adults with mild intellectual disability and borderline intellectual functioning
Sexual abuse in individuals with intellectual disability: a psychomotor perspective
Health information systems in intellectual disability care:
towards the re-use of routinely collected data
It's kind of a different story… or isn't it?
Parent-child attachment in children with severe or profound intellectual disabilities.
We instead of I alone.
The effectiveness of Non-violent Resistance in the Residential Setting for Juveniles with Mild Intellectual Disabilities.
The Moral Charge of Dependency
Contestations of Dependency in Care Theory and Care Practice
The added value of on-demand remote support
Experiences with DigiContact: 24/7 available support for independently living people with intellectual disabilities
Made to measure: development and validation of the CPCHILD-DV and the CPADULT,
health-related quality of life measures for people with severe disabilities who are non-ambulatory