- van Velzen JM, van Bennekom CAM, van Dormolen M, Sluiter JK, Frings-Dresen MHW, Factors influencing return to work experienced by people with acquired brain injury: a qualitative research study. DISABIL REHABIL 2011;33 (23-24):2237-2246 [PubMed]
- van Bennekom CAM, Wind H, Frings-Dresen MHW, Donker-Cools BHPM. Multidisciplinaire Richtlijn voor Beoordelen, Behandelen en Begeleiden Niet-Aangeboren Hersenletsel en Arbeidsparticipatie. S.l.: Coronel Instituut voor Arbeid en Gezondheid/AMC; 2012. 248p.
- van Velzen JM, van Bennekom CAM, Edelaar MJA, Sluiter JK, Frings-Dresen MHW, How many people return to work after acquired brain injury?: a systematic review. BRAIN INJURY 2009;23 (6):473-488 [PubMed]
- van Velzen JM, van Bennekom CAM, Edelaar MJA, Sluiter JK, Frings-Dresen MHW, Prognostic factors of return to work after acquired brain injury: a systematic review. BRAIN INJURY 2009;23 (5):385-395 [PubMed]
Van Bennekom obtained his MD in 1989 at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He worked one year in the education department of faculty of Medicine before starting a PhD-study in the rehabilitation department of the academic hospital of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Topic of the PhD-study was clinimetrics of an instrument to assess disabilities (‘The Rehabilitation Activities Profile’). After succesfull ending his PhD in 1995 he started his training in rehabilitation medicine in the Vrije Universiteit and rehabilitation centre Heliomare, Wijk aan Zee. From 1999 he started as a neurophysiatrist in Heliomare. He set up a brain injury department focusing on severe cognitive problems for inpatients and outpatients. Since 2009 he is head of the research and development department of Heliomare. Main focus of the department is applied scientific research in collaboration with academic centers. Two PhD-studies are finished and 6 are in progress. Four of these PhD studies focus on brain injury related topics (sleep apnea, participation, balance control, dual tasking).
Since august 2013 van Bennekom has been appointed professor by special appointment of Rehabilitation and Labour, with a focus on those with acquired brain injury, at the University of Amsterdam’s Faculty of Medicine (AMC-UvA).
- Contribution to guidelines and protocols, neuropsychiatric consequences of acquirede brain injury - revision -
- Membership of medical or scientific committee, Dutch Society of Rehabilitation, DCRM-ACRM 2015
- None reported