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Applied Social and Forensic Psychiatry

Description

The research line Applied Social and Forensic Psychiatry employs epidemiology and intervention studies to advance community-based mental healthcare.

The research infrastructure for studies in the area of Applied Social and Forensic Psychiatry is financed by the Epidemiological and Social Psychiatric Research institute (ESPRi) and by Fivoor (Forensic Psychiatry) / Stichting Vrienden van Oldenkotte.

The Department of Psychiatry chairs the ESPRi network, which brings together mental health care organisations in the south and western part of the Netherlands and the municipality of Rotterdam.
ESPRi aims to perform studies directly related to patient care in the participating mental health organisations and to public mental health throughout the wider Rotterdam region.


Projects

difficult-to-engage patients

Difficult-to-engage patients

This area involves studies related to treatment motivation and the prevention of coercion.
The iBerry study

The iBerry study

In 2015, the iBerry Study was started to learn more about social, emotional and behavioral development during adolescence.
The UP's study

The UP’s study

The UP’s study assesses the determinants of personal, clinical and social recovery in a group of 600 psychotic disorder patients treated in out-reaching mental health care teams over a ten-year period.
Forensic psychiatry

Forensic psychiatry

Our research focuses on the various biological, psychological and social factors involved in the predisposition to, onset of, and maintenance of common psychiatric disorders that accompany the risk of criminal offending.

 

 

Research groups

 

Difficult-to-engage patients

Faculty

  • Prof. C.L. Mulder, MD PhD
  • A.M. Kamperman, PhD
  • A.I. Wierdsma, PhD
PhD students

  • Onsesveren, MD
  • R.E. Ruijne, MD
  • M.H. de Jong, MD
  • B.J. Roosenschoon, MD
Staff

  • M.G. Zarchev, MSc
  • A.L. Mook

 

 

The iBerry study

Faculty

  • N.H. Grootendorst – van Mil, MD
  • Prof. W.J.G. Hoogendijk, MD PhD
PhD students

  • D.C. Bouter, MSc
  • N.G.M. de Neve-Enthoven, MSc
  • S. Ravensbergen, MSc
Staff

  • G.C. Vedder, MSc

 

 

UP’s study

Faculty

  • Prof. C.L. Mulder, MD PhD
  • A.I. Wierdsma, PhD
PhD students

  • B.C van Aken, MSc
Staff

  • R. Rietveld, MSc
  • G.J. van Vliet - de Zwart, MSc

 

 

Forensic Psychiatry

Faculty

  • S.J. Roza, MD PhD
  • Prof. W.J.G. Hoogendijk, MD PhD
PhD students

  • F.J.K. van den Boogert, MSc
  • P. Spaan, MSc
  • Y.R. Berends, MD
  • P.J.S. Michielsen, MD
Seminar

Lunch meeting Psychiatry
by zoom
Monday, March 1, 2021 at 12 h


SeminarsQuote Nonsuicidal self-injury and suicidality in adolescents: The iBerry Study.


Presenter: Nita de Neve-Enthoven (The iBerry Study)


 

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