Julia C.M. van Weert mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Recall, Psychological intervention, Patient education and Cancer. Her Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Apathy, Cognition, Recall test and Evidence-based medicine. Her research in Recall intersects with topics in Theory of planned behavior, Social psychology and Health promotion.
Julia C.M. van Weert is involved in the study of Psychological intervention that focuses on CINAHL in particular. Her research in CINAHL focuses on subjects like PsycINFO, which are connected to Telemedicine. Julia C.M. van Weert interconnects Alternative medicine, Cochrane Library, Older patients, Family medicine and Pediatrics in the investigation of issues within Cancer.
Her primary scientific interests are in Recall, Nursing, Psychological intervention, Family medicine and Gerontology. Her Recall study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Cancer and Social psychology. Her Nursing research includes elements of Dementia and Snoezelen.
Her Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Psychosocial, Patient participation, Randomized controlled trial and PsycINFO. Her study in Family medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intervention and Information needs. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Health care and eHealth.
Julia C.M. van Weert mainly focuses on Nursing, Psychological intervention, Recall, Family medicine and Intervention. Her Nursing study also includes fields such as
Her Recall research is classified as research in Cognitive psychology. The concepts of her Family medicine study are interwoven with issues in Inflammatory bowel disease, Helpfulness and Nurse practitioners. She combines subjects such as Randomized controlled trial, End user and Behavior change with her study of Intervention.
Her main research concerns Cancer, Family medicine, Sample, Recall and Medical information. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nursing, Doctor patient communication, eHealth, Patient participation and Health professionals in addition to Cancer. Her work in the fields of Family medicine, such as Patient education, overlaps with other areas such as Grounded theory.
Sample is integrated with The Internet, Research evidence, Additional research, Clinical psychology and Structuring in her research. Her Recall research incorporates elements of Affect and Personally identifiable information. Julia C.M. van Weert integrates many fields in her works, including Medical information, Healthcare providers and Active recall.
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The effectiveness of interventions using electronic reminders to improve adherence to chronic medication: a systematic review of the literature
Marcia Vervloet;Annemiek J Linn;Julia C M van Weert;Dinny H de Bakker.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (2012)
Low health literacy and evaluation of online health information: A systematic review of the literature
Nicola Diviani;Bas Van Den Putte;Stefano Giani;Julia C.M. Van Weert.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2015)
The effects of psychosocial methods on depressed, aggressive and apathetic behaviors of people with dementia: a systematic review
Renate Verkaik;Julia C. M. van Weert;Anneke L. Francke.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (2005)
Behavioral and Mood Effects of Snoezelen Integrated into 24‐Hour Dementia Care
Julia C. M. Van Weert;Alexandra M. Van Dulmen;Peter M. M. Spreeuwenberg;Miel W. Ribbe.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2005)
Does Age Really Matter? Recall of Information Presented to Newly Referred Patients With Cancer
Jesse Jansen;Phyllis N. Butow;Julia C.M. van Weert;Sandra van Dulmen.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2008)
Interventions to improve recall of medical information in cancer patients: a systematic review of the literature.
Nienke van der Meulen;Jesse Jansen;Sandra van Dulmen;Jozien Bensing.
The Effectiveness of Health Animations in Audiences With Different Health Literacy Levels: An Experimental Study
Corine S. Meppelink;Julia C. M. van Weert;Carola J. Haven;Edith G. Smit.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2015)
Effects of snoezelen, integrated in 24 h dementia care, on nurse–patient communication during morning care
Julia C.M. van Weert;Alexandra M. van Dulmen;Peter M.M. Spreeuwenberg;Miel W. Ribbe.
Patient Education and Counseling (2005)
Effects of eHealth Interventions on Medication Adherence: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Annemiek J Linn;Marcia Vervloet;Liset van Dijk;Edith G Smit.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2011)
Recall in Older Cancer Patients: Measuring Memory for Medical Information
Jesse Jansen;Julia van Weert;Nienke van der Meulen;Sandra van Dulmen.
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