Jelmer Alsma MD
Internist emergency medicine
Erasmus MCEmergency medicine and internal medicine
Jelmer Alsma is an internis acute medicine interested in research in medical education. You can read his resume here
Prof. Dr. Patrick Bindels
Professor in General Practice and head of the department of General Practice
Erasmus MCDepartment of General Practice
Prof. Dr. Patrick Bindels is Professor in General Practice and head of the department of General Practice. You can find his resume here
Prof. Dr. Marise Ph. Born
Full Professor of Personnel Psychology Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Extraordinary Professor of Work and Personnel Psychology at the Free University Amsterdam.
EURInstitute of Psychology, Faculty of Social sciences, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Full Professor of Personnel Psychology Erasmus University Rotterdam, and (part-time) Extraordinary Professor of Work and Personnel Psychology at the Free University Amsterdam. Marise’s research interests are in the areas of personnel selection, psychological assessment and test development, personality and individual differences, cross-cultural research, ethnicity, job search and applicant reactions, entrepreneurship, gender issues, and the method of metaanalysis.
For many years she was active as Council Member of the International Test Commission (www.intestcom.org), for which she was President from 2008-2010. In 2006, she co-founded the Dutch-Flemish network for recruitment and selection research, in collaboration with Prof. Rob R. Meijer, Groningen University (www.recruitmentandselectionresearch.eu).
She was member of the task force of ISO 10667, a world-wide ISO Standard on assessment of people for work-related purposes launched in 2010. She is member of the board of the Dutch network of Female Professors (www.lnvh.nl). Together with her PhD students, she studies a diversity of topics as the psychometric qualities of the Video CV and the Webcam test, judgment accuracy of interviewers in personnel selection, and person-organization fit.
Mary Dankbaar PhD
program manager e-learning
Erasmus University Medical Center
Dr. Mary Dankbaar, is program manager e-learning at the Erasmus University Medical Center. She has a background in educational psychology, with a specialization in technology based learning. Mary obtained her Ph.D. in Educational Sciences from the Erasmus University in 2015 on the effects of serious games and blended learning on performance and motivation in medical education. She has designed and implemented a large number of online and blended programs for medical and non-medical users in companies, hospitals and higher education. She has developed, in close cooperation with health care and game professionals, the award winning serious game ‘abcdeSIM’ for emergency care skills training.
From 2008-2013, she was the chairwomen of the national e-learning working group of the Dutch Association for Medical Education (NVMO) and since 2012 she is a member of the scientific board of the Dutch Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Mary has published several articles on online learning, assessment and simulation based learning, and was co-writer of a book on knowledge management. She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences on learning and teaching with technology.
Recent publications include:
- An experimental study on the effects of a simulation game on students’ clinical cognitive skills and motivation. MEW Dankbaar, J Alsma EH Jansen JJG van Merrienboer, JLCM van Saase, SCE Schuit. Advances in Health Sciences Education, October 2015
- Assessing the assessment in emergency care training, MEW Dankbaar, K Stegers-Jager, F Baarveld, JJG van Merrienboer, GR Norman, FL Rutten, JLCM van Saase, SCE Schuit. Plos-One December 2014. 18, 2014 DOI: 10.1371.
- Gaming as a training tool to train cognitive skills in emergency care: how effective is it? Chapter in ‘Games for Health 2014’, Conf. Proc., Springer Okt. ‘14
- How to systematically assess serious games applied to health care. M Graafland, M Dankbaar, A Mert, J Lagro, L De Wit-Zuurendonk, S Schuit, A Schaafstal, M Schijven. JMIR serious games, 2014, Vol. 2, Issue 2.
- Technology for learning: how it has changed education. Perspectives on Medical Education, Sept 2014, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Springer.
- A blended design in acute care training: similar learning results, less training costs compared with a traditional format. MEW Dankbaar, DJ Storm, IC Teeuwen, SCE Schuit, Perspectives on Medical Education, Sept. 2014, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Springer.
- Computerondersteund samenwerkend leren in het coschap Sociale Geneeskunde, RFM Turk, MEW Dankbaar, EF van Beeck, TMO, Dec. ’09, BSL.
- De rol van e-learning bij het leren van klinische vaardigheden, M.Dankbaar en J.Lange. Opleiding& Ontwikkeling, ’08.
Prof. Dr. Matthijs de Hoog
Erasmus MC-Sophia Children’s HospitalPediatric ICU
Prof. Dr. Matthijs de Hoog is a pediatric intensivist, director of pediatric residency training and Professor of Postgraduate Medical education.
He is chairman of the board of program directors for medical specialties in the Erasmus MC and chairman of Dutch pediatric program directors. He chaired the new competency based national pediatric training program. He is currently leader of a PhD project on a program to accelerate the connection between medschool and sepecialty training. Furthermore he is involved in research on the effect of patient feedback on resident training together with the Professional Performance Group.
You can find his resume here
Nicolette W. de Jong MD, PhD
Erasmus MCDepartment of Internal medicine, section Allergology, ErasmusMC and Kinderhaven, Havenziekenhuis
Nicolette W. de Jong is assistant Professor at the department of Internal medicine, section Allergology, ErasmusMC and Kinderhaven, Havenziekenhuis. She has a background in Clinical Chemistry, with specialization in Immunology. She earned a PhD degree in 2004 with a thesis on Occupational – and Food Allergy. The past 15 years she initiated and coordinated many clinical trials, mainly focussed on the diagnosis and treatment of food Allergy. Currently, she is Principle Investigator of a multi-centre project with 2 PhD’s, granted 1M€ by NWO–STW.
Furthermore, she has broad experience and expertise in education. She has a 2ng degree Biology Education and has been teaching Biology and Chemistry (part time) for several years on a Bilingual High School (TTO). At the ErasmusMC she is member of several Task Forces e.g. Academic Training, Tutorials. She is chairing the Task Force “Didactics in Medicine”. This Task Force aims to integrate a longitudinal education program in the medicine study to learn students educational skills e.g. give and get feedback, reflect, give presentations and lead discussion groups. She gained her BKO certificate in 2012 and SKO in 2014.
She is coordinator and teacher of the Educational programs at the dept. of Allergology, on “Immunology and infection” and in MSc theme on clinical reasoning. She also coordinates the minor on Allergology. She has trained and guided BSc and MSc students in Medicine from the ErasmusMC and the UMCG, but also internship students from Wageningen University on Biology, Health and Nutrition and Immunology.
International, she is board member of the Allied Health Interest Group at the European Academy of Allergology and Immunology (EAACI), member of the Task Force “Competencies for Allied Health Nurses”, member of AAAAI, NvVA and Educational Officer and Webmaster in the Steering Committee of “the International Network on Diet and Nutrition in Allergy” (INDANA). Consequently, she is frequent speaker at international conferences focussed at Allergy and Immunology, but also initiating and organizing workshops, interactive sessions and advanced practical courses for Allied Health Professionals. International publications mainly focus on Allergy and Immunology: https://www.researchgate.net
Stephanie Klein Nagelvoort-Schuit MD, PhD
Head of the sector acute medicine and medical coordinator for the emergency department
Erasmus MCDepartments of emergency medicine and internal medicine
Dr Stephanie Klein Nagelvoort Schuit is an internist acute medicine-intensivist in the departments of emergency medicine and internal medicine of Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam.
She is head of the sector acute medicine and medical coordinator for the emergency department. She holds a PhD in genetic epidemiology (Genetics of the Estrogen Signaling Pathway), received a number of young investigator awards for her research and has MEDLINE-publications in the fields of genetic epidemiology, hemodynamics and medical education.
She currently has 2 ongoing PhD projects in the field of medical education and hemodynamics. She has a strong interest in programs dedicated to improving patient safety leading to the development of an award-winning serious gaming platform to teach medical professionals how to recognize and treat critically ill patients.
Prof. Dr. Fred Paas
Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies at Erasmus University Rotterdam
Fred Paas is Professor of Educational Psychology at the Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies at Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands, and Professorial Fellow at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Since 1990 he has been using the theoretical framework of cognitive load theory to investigate the instructional control of cognitive load in the training of complex cognitive tasks. A recent research focus is on the effects of in-class physical activities on children’s cognition and learning. More information on his research can be found on his Google Scholar page. He is editor-in-chief of the journal Educational Psychology Review, and on the editorial board of several other renowned journals, such as the Journal of Educational Psychology, and the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. He is a fellow of the American Educational Research Association.
Dr. Janine van der Rijt
Janine van der Rijt is educational consultant at Erasmus MC Desiderius School, and is affiliated to the Institute of Medical Education Research Rotterdam (iMERR), Erasmus MC, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Janine obtained her Ph.D. in Educational Sciences from Maastricht University (2014) on the topic of proactive feedback and help seeking in the workplace. In her dissertation she gained more insight into the social aspect of professional learning. She focused on the antecedents and outcomes of feedback and help seeking behaviour in various (inter)national organisations.
She has presented her work at national and international conferences (ORD, JURE, EARLI, EDiNEB, AERA, Academy of Management, Ottawa Conference), and has published in several international journals.
Since 2012, she has been appointed as educational consultant at Erasmus MC Desiderius School. In this position, she is concerned with the University Teaching Qualification program (in Dutch: BKO) and (the innovation of) the Master program.
Van den Bossche, P., van Waes, S., & van der Rijt, J. (in press, 2015). Feedback, development and social networks. In K. Kraiger, J. Passmore, N. Rebelo dos Santos, & S. Malvezzi (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Training, Development, and Performance Improvement. (pp. 503-520). Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Van der Rijt, J., Van den Bossche, P., van de Wiel, M.W.J., De Maeyer, S., Gijselaers, W.H., & Segers, M.S.R. (2013). Asking for help: A relational perspective on help seeking in the workplace. Vocations and Learning, 6(2), 259-279. doi:10.1007/ s12186-012-9095-8
Van der Rijt, J., van de Wiel, M.W.J., Van den Bossche, P., Segers, M.S.R., & Gijselaers, W.H. (2012). Contextual antecedents of informal feedback in the workplace. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 23(2), 233-257. doi:10.1002/ hrdq.21129
Van der Rijt, J., Van den Bossche, P., van de Wiel, M.W.J., Segers, M.S.R., & Gijselaers, W.H. (2012). The role of organizational and individual characteristics in feedback seeking behaviour in the initial career stage. Human Resource Development International, 15(3), 283-301. doi:10.1080/13678868.2012.689216
Dr Jerome Rotgans
Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine)
Dr. Jerome Rotgans, is a medical education researcher at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine). LKCMedicine is a partnership between Nanyang Technological University Singapore and Imperial College London. Dr. Rotgans holds an appointment as Assistant Professor of Medical Education Research and is Lead for Course Evaluation and Lead student counsellor. In addition, he is Principal Investigator for team-based learning research and Principal Investigator for diagnostic reasoning research at LKCMedicine.
He holds an appointment as adjunct Associate Professor at the Institute for Medical Education Research Rotterdam.
His research interests revolve around diagnostic reasoning in medicine, memory and learning, interest research, and neuroscience.
Prof. Dr. J.L.C.M. van Saase
Head of the department of Internal Medicine
Erasmus MCInternal Medicine
Jan van Saase is head of the department of internal medicine of Erasmus MC, internist for more than 25 years, registered in both the nefrology and acute medicine and he was the first medical specialist who organized a PHD investigation in cooperation with FSW about teaching, learning and diagnostic error in the internal medicine This resulted in the PHD thesis of Kees van den Berge.
He is involved in IMERR from the beginning and presently he is, together with Stephanie Klein Nagelvoort en Jeroen Merrienber one of the mentors/supervisors of the scientific work of Mary Dankbaar.