His main research concerns Health care, Health literacy, Gerontology, Family medicine and Patient participation. He has included themes like Young adult and Global Rating in his Health care study. His Health literacy research includes themes of Physical therapy and Public health.
His studies deal with areas such as Health education and Scale as well as Gerontology. His work carried out in the field of Health education brings together such families of science as Health equity and Literacy. His studies examine the connections between Patient participation and genetics, as well as such issues in Patient satisfaction, with regards to Computer-assisted web interviewing, Health care quality and Response rate.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health care, Health literacy, Family medicine, Nursing and Public health. His Health care study incorporates themes from Quality and Physical therapy, Global Rating. Jany Rademakers interconnects Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Medical education, Literacy and Health education in the investigation of issues within Health literacy.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Patient satisfaction, Healthcare providers, Focus group and Patient participation. His work in Nursing addresses issues such as Psychometrics, which are connected to fields such as Cronbach's alpha. His study in the field of Biostatistics is also linked to topics like Inequality.
Health literacy, Medical education, Public health, Family medicine and Literacy are his primary areas of study. His Health literacy research is classified as research in Health care. His study looks at the relationship between Medical education and topics such as Medical prescription, which overlap with Systematic review.
His study in the fields of Health policy under the domain of Public health overlaps with other disciplines such as National Policy and Inequality. In his work, Healthcare providers, Multivariate analysis, Chronic disease and Feeling tense is strongly intertwined with Disease, which is a subfield of Family medicine. His work in Strengths and weaknesses tackles topics such as Self-assessment which are related to areas like Nursing research and Health informatics.
His primary areas of study are Health literacy, Public health, Chronic condition, Empowerment and Applied psychology. Health literacy is a primary field of his research addressed under Health care. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Focus group, Self-medication and Medical education in addition to Health care.
Jany Rademakers has researched Public health in several fields, including Descriptive statistics, Psychometrics, Clinical psychology, Confirmatory factor analysis and Cronbach's alpha. His Chronic condition research incorporates elements of CINAHL, Patient participation and Participatory action research. His research in Empowerment intersects with topics in PsycINFO, Inclusion and Scopus.
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The relationship between health, education, and health literacy: results from the Dutch adult literacy and life skills survey.
Iris van der Heide;Jen Wang;Mariël Droomers;Peter Spreeuwenberg.
Journal of Health Communication (2013)
Determinants of patient choice of healthcare providers: a scoping review
Aafke Victoor;Diana M J Delnoij;Roland D Friele;Jany J D J M Rademakers.
BMC Health Services Research (2012)
Functional, communicative and critical health literacy of chronic disease patients and their importance for self-management
Monique Heijmans;Geeke Waverijn;Jany Rademakers;Rosalie van der Vaart.
Patient Education and Counseling (2015)
Measuring patient activation in The Netherlands: translation and validation of the American short form Patient Activation Measure (PAM13).
Jany Rademakers;Jessica Nijman;Lucas van der Hoek;Monique Heijmans.
BMC Public Health (2012)
Health literacy of Dutch adults: a cross sectional survey
Iris van der Heide;Jany Rademakers;Maarten Schipper;Mariël Droomers.
BMC Public Health (2013)
Structure, process or outcome: which contributes most to patients' overall assessment of healthcare quality?
Jany Rademakers;Diana Delnoij;Dolf de Boer.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2011)
Determinants of the intention to use e-Health by community dwelling older people
Anke J E de Veer;José M Peeters;Anne E M Brabers;Francois G Schellevis.
BMC Health Services Research (2015)
The Dutch Consumer Quality Index: an example of stakeholder involvement in indicator development
Diana M J Delnoij;Jany J D J M Rademakers;Peter P Groenewegen.
BMC Health Services Research (2010)
Associations Among Health Literacy, Diabetes Knowledge, and Self-Management Behavior in Adults with Diabetes: Results of a Dutch Cross-Sectional Study
Iris van der Heide;Ellen Uiters;Jany Rademakers;Jeroen N Struijs.
Journal of Health Communication (2014)
How do healthcare consumers process and evaluate comparative healthcare information? A qualitative study using cognitive interviews
Olga C Damman;Michelle Hendriks;Jany Rademakers;Diana M J Delnoij.
BMC Public Health (2009)
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