Roland Bal
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The paradox of scientific authority: The role of scientific advice in democracies
WE Bijker, R Bal, R Hendriks
MIT press, 2009
The SELFIE framework for integrated care for multi-morbidity: development and description
FRM Leijten, V Struckmann, E van Ginneken, T Czypionka, M Kraus, ...
Health policy 122 (1), 12-22, 2018
Self-management interventions for young people with chronic conditions: A systematic overview
JNT Sattoe, MI Bal, PDDM Roelofs, R Bal, HS Miedema, AL van Staa
Patient education and counseling 98 (6), 704-715, 2015
The experience of implementing choice at point of referral: a comparison of the Netherlands and England
A Dixon, R Robertson, R Bal
Health Economics, Policy and Law 5 (3), 295-317, 2010
The effect of computerized decision support on barriers to guideline implementation: a qualitative study in outpatient cardiac rehabilitation
R Goud, M van Engen-Verheul, NF de Keizer, R Bal, A Hasman, ...
International journal of medical informatics 79 (6), 430-437, 2010
Performance regimes in health care: institutions, critical junctures and the logic of escalation in England and the Netherlands
C Pollitt, S Harrison, G Dowswell, S Jerak-Zuiderent, R Bal
Evaluation 16 (1), 13-29, 2010
Impact of a computerized physician order entry system on nurse–physician collaboration in the medication process
H Pirnejad, Z Niazkhani, H van der Sijs, M Berg, R Bal
International journal of medical informatics 77 (11), 735-744, 2008
Four perspectives on self-management support by nurses for people with chronic conditions: a Q-methodological study
SM van Hooft, J Dwarswaard, S Jedeloo, R Bal, AL van Staa
International journal of nursing studies 52 (1), 157-166, 2015
Epidemiology and management of atrial fibrillation and stroke: review of data from four European countries
AD Ceornodolea, R Bal, JL Severens
Stroke research and treatment 2017 (1), 8593207, 2017
Institutional layering in governing healthcare quality
HM Van De Bovenkamp, M De Mul, JGU Quartz, ...
Public Administration 92 (1), 208-223, 2014
Sociological refigurations of patient safety; ontologies of improvement and ‘acting with’quality collaboratives in healthcare
T Zuiderent-Jerak, M Strating, A Nieboer, R Bal
Social science & medicine 69 (12), 1713-1721, 2009
Intra-organizational communication in healthcare
H Pirnejad, Z Niazkhani, M Berg, R Bal
Methods of information in medicine 47 (04), 336-345, 2008
A framework and a measurement instrument for sustainability of work practices in long-term care
SS Slaghuis, MMH Strating, RA Bal, AP Nieboer
BMC health services research 11, 1-13, 2011
Practitioner opinions on health promotion interventions that work: Opening the ‘black box’of a linear evidence-based approach
MO Kok, L Vaandrager, R Bal, J Schuit
Social science & medicine 74 (5), 715-723, 2012
A longitudinal, multi-level comparative study of quality and safety in European hospitals: the QUASER study protocol
GB Robert, JE Anderson, SJ Burnett, K Aase, B Andersson-Gare, R Bal, ...
BMC Health Services Research 11, 1-9, 2011
Lagging behind or not? Four distinctive social participation patterns among young adults with chronic conditions
JNT Sattoe, SR Hilberink, A Van Staa, R Bal
Journal of Adolescent Health 54 (4), 397-403, 2014
Making hospitals governable: performativity and institutional work in ranking practices
I Wallenburg, J Quartz, R Bal
Administration & Society 51 (4), 637-663, 2019
Working with layers: the governance and regulation of healthcare quality in an institutionally layered system
HM Van de Bovenkamp, A Stoopendaal, R Bal
Public Policy and Administration 32 (1), 45-65, 2017
Opening the black box of quality improvement collaboratives: an Actor-Network theory approach
T Broer, AP Nieboer, RA Bal
BMC Health Services Research 10, 1-9, 2010
Exploring effectiveness and effective components of self-management interventions for young people with chronic physical conditions: A systematic review
MI Bal, JNT Sattoe, PDDM Roelofs, R Bal, AL van Staa, HS Miedema
Patient education and counseling 99 (8), 1293-1309, 2016
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