Stephanie Lenzen

Stephanie Lenzen
Hogeschool Zuyd | hszuyd · Faculty of Healthcare

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Education
May 2012 - October 2018
Hogeschool Zuyd
Field of study
  • Health research
September 2009 - September 2011
Maastricht University
Field of study
  • Health Education and Promotion
September 2005 - September 2009
Hogeschool Zuyd
Field of study
  • Occupational Therapy

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Publications (14)
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Background: Patient Reported Experience Measures are promoted to be used as an integrated measurement approach in which outcomes are used to improve individual care (micro level), organisational quality (meso level) and external justification (macro level). However, a deeper understanding of implementation issues of these measures is necessary. Th...
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Inleiding Van praktijkondersteuners wordt verwacht dat zij samen met chronische zieke patiënten doelen en actieplannen formuleren. Dit vraagt een verandering van hun rol: van medisch expert naar coach. Wij onderzochten de ervaringen van praktijkondersteuners en patiënten met COACH, een nieuwe aanpak voor gezamenlijke besluitvorming, en hun mening o...
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Objective: Self-management is a core theme within chronic care and several evidence-based interventions (EBIs) exist to promote self-management ability. However, these interventions cannot be adapted in a mere copy-paste manner. The current study describes and demonstrates a planned approach in adapting EBI's in order to promote self-management in...
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Background Primary care nurses play a crucial role in setting personal goals and action plans together with chronically ill patients. This may be a challenge for practice nurses, who are often trained to adopt protocol-based work routines. The aim of this study was to systematically develop a conversation approach, and a corresponding training cour...
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Background: Primary care nurses play a crucial role in coaching patients in shared decision making about goals and actions. This presents a challenge to practice nurses, who are frequently used to protocol-based working routines. Therefore, an approach was developed to support nurses to coach patients in shared decision making. Objectives: To in...
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Introduction The ongoing rise in the numbers of chronically ill people necessitates efforts for effective self-management. Goal setting and action planning are frequently used, as they are thought to support patients in changing their behavior. However, it remains unclear how goal setting and action planning in the context of self-management are de...
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Background The number of people with multiple chronic conditions requiring primary care services increases. Professionals from different disciplines collaborate and coordinate care to deal with the complex health care needs. There is lack of information on current practices regarding interprofessional team (IPT) meetings. Objectives This study aim...
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Background: The number of people with multiple chronic conditions demanding primary care services is increasing. To deal with the complex health care demands of these people, professionals from different disciplines collaborate. This study aims to explore influential factors regarding interprofessional collaboration related to care plan developmen...
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Background: There is an increasing number of patients with a chronic illness demanding primary care services. This demands for effective self-management support, including collaborative goal setting. Despite the fact that primary care professionals seem to have difficulties implementing goal setting, little information is available about the facto...
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Introduction: Self-management is considered a potential answer to the increasing demand for family medicine by people suffering from a chronic condition or multi-morbidity. A key element of self-management is goal setting. Goal setting is often defined as a moment of agreement between a professional and a patient. In the self-management literature...

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