Yvette Baggen

Yvette Baggen
Wageningen University & Research | WUR · Education and Learning Sciences

PhD

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The number of entrepreneurship education (EE) programs that aim to foster opportunity identification (OI) as a key entrepreneurial capability has grown considerably in the past few decades. However, these EE programs mostly lack a robust theoretical framework that could help educators and researchers select teaching approaches in line with their ph...
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Clinician-scientists (CSs) are vital in connecting the worlds of research and practice. Yet, there is little empirical insight into how CSs perceive and act upon their in-and-between position between these socio-culturally distinct worlds. To better understand and support CSs’ training and career development, this study aims to gain insight into CS...
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Over the past decade, entrepreneurship education (EE) has increasingly been introduced as a school-wide approach to stimulating an entrepreneurial mindset across various educational levels. We refer to this as “wide approaches to EE”. Wide approaches to EE require education programs that go beyond simply defining entrepreneurial competencies (the “...
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Inleiding Arts-onderzoekers zijn praktiserende dokters die ook een academische rol hebben. Zij zijn bij uitstek degenen die wetenschap en praktijk kunnen verbinden. Wij onderzochten hoe arts-onderzoekers binnen de huisartsgeneeskunde en de ouderengeneeskunde aankijken tegen deze verbindende activiteiten, en welke belemmerende of bevorderende factor...
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Purpose: Clinician-scientists are said to be well-placed to connect research and practice, but their broker role has been underexplored. This review sought to gain an understanding of the broker role of clinician-scientists. Method: The authors conducted a realist review to describe context-mechanism-outcome (CMO) configurations associated with...
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Background: Clinician-scientists (CSs) are physicians who work in daily care and have an academic role in research or education. They may act as knowledge brokers and help to connect research and clinical practice. There is no data available on CSs’ brokering activities and the perceived barriers and facilitators to optimising their role in general...
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Curriculum development initiatives, especially those involving educational technologies, provide a rich learning space for university teachers. In-depth interviews with teaching staff (n = 11) were qualitatively analysed to gain insight into the variety of individual learning paths and to identify potential relationships between learning paths, mot...
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In opening up the black box of what entrepreneurship education (EE) should be about, this study focuses on the exploration of relationships between two constructs: opportunity identification (OI) and complex problem-solving (CPS). OI, as a domain-specific capability, is at the core of entrepreneurship research, whereas CPS is a more domain-general...
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Developing and assessing individuals’ competence to identify business opportunities is of increasing importance in the current widespread introduction of entrepreneurship programmes in higher education worldwide. However, performance tests to assess opportunity identification competence (OIC) are scarce in the entrepreneurship education literature....
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Opportunities and their identification are of significant importance for competitiveness in today’s complex and turbulent business environment because they serve as a key influencing factor for new value-creation. Opportunity identification (OI) is interesting not only from the perspective of new business start-ups, but also from the perspective of...
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As economies become more innovation-driven, the need for entrepreneurial behaviour amongst employees working for existing companies increases in order to enhance the organisations' capacity to develop new ideas, products and services. Hence, entrepreneurial learning and the development of entrepreneurial competencies of employees on-the-job become...
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Today’s working life is increasingly characterized by entrepreneurial challenges. Entrepreneurial challenges start at an individual level with the identification of entrepreneurial opportunities, which is acknowledged as one of the key competencies for lifelong learning. Since the identification of entrepreneurial opportunities relies heavily on th...

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The project aims to foster higher education students' opportunity identification. As a part of the project, an online platform is designed and developed (https://ideation-hub.nl) to improve students' opportunity identification performances in entrepreneurship courses.
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The goal of our project is to improve the informal workplace learning of clinician-scientist-trainees. We will be able to continue this improvement process in the postgraduate training programme for clinician-scientists in general practice (GP) and elderly care medicine (ECM). This improvement will contribute to clinical-scientists’ ability to perform brokerage between clinical and research contexts.