Research in education
Research in education
Together we conduct scientific research in the field – and for the purpose – of improving healthcare education. Our goal is to gain more insight in educating professionals for the health care of tomorrow.
Key elements of our research
Gain more knowledge about how professionals learn, and how learning- and working environments can be optimised.
Connecting research and practice.
Contribute to the development of education innovations for (bio-)medical health care purposes.
Researchers uitklapper, klik om te openen
dr. M.E.L. (Marie-Louise) Bartelink
dr. A.N. (Niels) Bovenschen
prof. dr. R.A.M.J. (Roger) Damoiseaux
dr. G. Dilaver
prof. dr. J. (Joost) Frenkel
dr. S.P.M. Geelen
Assistant Professor - medical
dr. E. (Esther) de Groot
dr. U. (Ulviye) Isik
dr. J.C.G. (Anita) Jacobs
dr. ir. R.S. (Renée) Jansen
dr. R.A.M. (Renske) de Kleijn
A. (Anastasia) Kurysheva MSc
PHD Candidate - OIO
M. (Marije) Lesterhuis
dr. J.A.L. (John) Meeuwsen
dr. H.J.M. (Heleen) Pennings
prof. dr. A.B.J. (Berent ) Prakken
prof. dr. H.V.M. van Rijen
dr. A. van Royen-Kerkhof
Associate Professor - medical
prof. dr. M.F. (Marieke) van der Schaaf
prof. dr. M.J. (Marieke) Schuurmans
PHD Candidate - Other
G.J. (Gisela) van der Velden PhD
Research Staff Other
Training of PhD students uitklapper, klik om te openen
We train many PhD students, often in collaboration with other departments or research groups. Besides individual coaching, PhD students attend a course comprising intensive monthly meetings in what is called Cycle Theory and Literature of Medical Education, a three-year program comprising 27 meetings. PhD students can enroll in this course at any point in time.
In addition, a monthly ‘Research meeting Health Professions Education’ research meeting is organized for PhD students and other healthcare education researchers.
Interested? Sign up by sending an email to Astrid Duin-Outmaijjer via A.G.Outmaijjerfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Coordination and supervision
Partners uitklapper, klik om te openen
University of California, San Francisco
Since 2010 and in collaboration with the University of California in San Francisco, 4 to 6 PhD students in the US who wish to obtain a doctorate in Utrecht are supervised under the ‘UCSF-UMC Utrecht Collaborative Doctoral Program in Health Professions Education’.