Jacqueline Broerse
Jacqueline Broerse
Professor Innovation and Communication in health and life sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Which intervention design factors influence performance of community health workers in low-and middle-income countries? A systematic review
MC Kok, M Dieleman, M Taegtmeyer, JEW Broerse, SS Kane, H Ormel, ...
Health policy and planning 30 (9), 1207-1227, 2015
The experiential knowledge of patients: a new resource for biomedical research?
JF Caron-Flinterman, JEW Broerse, JFG Bunders
Social science & medicine 60 (11), 2575-2584, 2005
How does context influence performance of community health workers in low-and middle-income countries? Evidence from the literature
MC Kok, SS Kane, O Tulloch, H Ormel, S Theobald, M Dieleman, ...
Health research policy and systems 13, 1-14, 2015
Patient participation as dialogue: setting research agendas
TA Abma, JEW Broerse
Health Expectations 13 (2), 160-173, 2010
Performance of community health workers: situating their intermediary position within complex adaptive health systems
MC Kok, JEW Broerse, S Theobald, H Ormel, M Dieleman, M Taegtmeyer
Human resources for health 15, 1-7, 2017
Applicability of the WHO maternal near miss criteria in a low-resource setting
E Nelissen, E Mduma, J Broerse, H Ersdal, B Evjen-Olsen, ...
PloS one 8 (4), e61248, 2013
Publics and biobanks: Pan-European diversity and the challenge of responsible innovation
G Gaskell, H Gottweis, J Starkbaum, MM Gerber, J Broerse, U Gottweis, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 21 (1), 14-20, 2013
A qualitative assessment of health extension workers’ relationships with the community and health sector in Ethiopia: opportunities for enhancing maternal health performance
MC Kok, AZ Kea, DG Datiko, JEW Broerse, M Dieleman, M Taegtmeyer, ...
Human resources for health 13, 1-12, 2015
Optimising the benefits of community health workers’ unique position between communities and the health sector: a comparative analysis of factors shaping relationships in four …
MC Kok, H Ormel, JEW Broerse, S Kane, I Namakhoma, L Otiso, M Sidat, ...
Global public health 12 (11), 1404-1432, 2017
Transdisciplinarity: The new challenge for biomedical research
JF Flinterman, R Teclemariam-Mesbah, JEW Broerse, JFG Bunders
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 21 (4), 253-266, 2001
Health provider responsiveness to social accountability initiatives in low-and middle-income countries: a realist review
E Lodenstein, M Dieleman, B Gerretsen, JEW Broerse
Health policy and planning 32 (1), 125-140, 2017
Patient–expert partnerships in research: how to stimulate inclusion of patient perspectives
JE Elberse, JF Caron‐Flinterman, JEW Broerse
Health Expectations 14 (3), 225-239, 2011
How can transdisciplinary research contribute to knowledge democracy?
JFG Bunders, JEW Broerse, F Keil, C Pohl, RW Scholz, MBM Zweekhorst
Knowledge democracy: Consequences for science, politics, and media, 125-152, 2010
Exploring maternal health care-seeking behavior of married adolescent girls in Bangladesh: a social-ecological approach
A Shahabuddin, C Nöstlinger, T Delvaux, M Sarker, A Delamou, A Bardají, ...
PloS one 12 (1), e0169109, 2017
Patients’ priorities concerning health research: the case of asthma and COPD research in the Netherlands
J Francisca Caron‐Flinterman, JEW Broerse, J Teerling, JFG Bunders
Health Expectations 8 (3), 253-263, 2005
Perceptions of mental health and help-seeking behavior in an urban community in Vietnam: an explorative study
L Van der Ham, P Wright, TV Van, VDK Doan, JEW Broerse
Community mental health journal 47, 574-582, 2011
Sexual and reproductive health literacy of school adolescents in Lao PDR
V Vongxay, F Albers, S Thongmixay, M Thongsombath, JEW Broerse, ...
PloS one 14 (1), e0209675, 2019
Perceived barriers in accessing sexual and reproductive health services for youth in Lao People’s Democratic Republic
S Thongmixay, DR Essink, T Greeuw, V Vongxay, V Sychareun, ...
PLoS One 14 (10), e0218296, 2019
How well does pre-service education prepare midwives for practice: competence assessment of midwifery students at the point of graduation in Ethiopia
T Yigzaw, F Ayalew, YM Kim, M Gelagay, D Dejene, H Gibson, ...
BMC medical education 15, 1-10, 2015
Evaluating the “return on patient engagement initiatives” in medicines research and development: a literature review
LE Vat, T Finlay, T Jan Schuitmaker‐Warnaar, N Fahy, P Robinson, ...
Health Expectations 23 (1), 5-18, 2020
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