Tanja Nijboer

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Projects & Teams


Project: Virtual Reality simulations in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation @UMC Utrecht & De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation

Lauriane Spreij, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 

Isabel Gosselt, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

David Sluiter, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Prof. Dr. Anne Visser-Meily,  UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 


Mirjam Kouwenhoven, MD, De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation

Anja Eijsackers, De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation

Floor Verheul, De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation



Dr. Hans Bouwknegt, Atoms2Bits

Dr. Mark Ramakers, Atoms2Bits

Pascal Verloop, 2SQRS


Dr. Daniel Oberski, Utrecht University, Department of Methodology and Statistics

Erik-Jan van Kesteren, Utrecht University, Department of Methodology and Statistics


VR supermarkt (Dutch)

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Interview UMC&Zo

NEMO Science Live - Slim boodschappen doen? Test je hersenen in de virtuele supermarkt!

Interview Algemeen Dagblad - Gaming in healthcare

Project: Cognitive Complaints during Situations of Daily Living: CoCo @UMC Utrecht & De Hoogstraat 

Lauriane Spreij, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 

Isabel Gosselt, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 

David Sluiter, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Prof. Dr. Anne Visser-Meily,  UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Project: Digitized Neuropsychological Assessment @UMC Utrecht in collaboration with Philips Research

Lauriane Spreij, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 

Isabel Gosselt, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 

Prof. Dr. Anne Visser-Meily,  UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine


Dr. Murray Gilles, Philips Research

Daisy van Minde, Philips Research

Dr. Laura Klaming, Philips Research

Dr. Ron Dotsch, Philips Research

Prof. Dr. Ben Schmand, Philips Research


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Project: PAiR (prism adaptation in rehabilitation) @De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation

Teuni Ten Brink, De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation

Prof. Dr. Anne Visser-Meily,  UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 

Mirjam Kouwenhoven, MD, De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation

Anja Eijsackers, De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation






Film over PAiR, onze interventiestudie naar de werkzaamheid van prisma adaptatie in revalidatie. Klik op de link om de hele video te zien. In deze video wordt uitgelegd hoe in revalidatiecentrum De Hoogstraat een nieuwe behandeling voor neglect wordt onderzocht. Het onderzoek wordt gefinancierd door het Revalidatiefonds. Ga voor meer informatie naar: dehoogstraat.nl/onderzoek-innovatie


PAiR - Prisma Adaptatie in Revalidatie (Dutch)

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Project: ALS and cognition @UMC Utrecht

Dr. Michael van Es, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery

Dr. Carin Schroder, UMC Utrecht, Braincenter Rudolf Magnus, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 

DCRM 2017 - Symposium 2c Neuropsychology pen-and-paper


Cognitive impairment is a serious, disabling consequence of stroke, with major impact on especially activities of daily living and participation in rich and dynamic surroundings. Proper assessment of cognitive impairment is therefore of utmost importance, yet the traditional neuropsychological pen-and-paper tests are generally not sensitive enough to capture (mild) cognitive impairment nor able to properly predict quality of activities of daily living. This mini-symposium will move away from traditional neuropsychology and beyond pen-and- paper assessment reviewing and reporting new insights from digitised neuropsychological assessment, experimental paradigms, including eye movement recordings, pupillometry, and virtual reality simulations.

Chair: Tanja Nijboer

Programme

  1. Drawing up an inventory for cognitive complaints after acquired brain injury – David Sluiter, UMCU
  2. Sensitive diagnosis of neglect – Teuni Ten Brink, UU
  3. The use of Virtual Reality simulations in cognitive assessment – Lauriane Spreij, UMCU
  4. Virtual Reality: feasibility and preferences – Floor Verheul, UMCU
  5. Navigation rehabilitation training in ABI patients: the use of serious gaming – Milan van der Kuil, UL