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PhD M. Jeukens-Visser

Position
Research Associate
Main activities
Research
Specialisation
clinical research with focus on preterm born infants and their parents
Focus of research

Research focuses on the development of very preterm born infants, the well-being of their parents and effective support of these vulnerable infants and their parents, after discharge home.

 

Key publications
  • Flierman Monique, Koldewijn Karen, Meijssen Dominique, van Wassenaer-Leemhuis Aleid, Aarnoudse-Moens Cornelieke, van Schie Petra, Jeukens-Visser Martine Feasibility of a Preventive Parenting Intervention for Very Preterm Children at 18 Months Corrected Age: A Randomized Pilot Trial Journal of pediatrics 2016;176:79-85.e1 [PubMed]
  • van Wassenaer-Leemhuis Aleid G., Jeukens-Visser Martine, van Hus Janeline W. P., Meijssen Dominique, Wolf Marie-Jeanne, Kok Joke H., Nollet Frans, Koldewijn Karen Rethinking preventive post-discharge intervention programmes for very preterm infants and their parents Developmental medicine and child neurology 2016;58 (Suppl. 4):67-73 [PubMed]
  • van Hus Janeline W., Potharst Eva S., Jeukens-Visser Martine, Kok Joke H., van Wassenaer-Leemhuis Aleid G. Motor impairment in very preterm-born children: links with other developmental deficits at 5 years of age Developmental medicine and child neurology 2014;56 (6):587-594 [PubMed]
  • van Hus Janeline W. P., Jeukens-Visser Martine, Koldewijn Karen, Geldof Christiaan J. A., Kok Joke H., Nollet Frans, van Wassenaer-Leemhuis Aleid G. Sustained developmental effects of the infant behavioral assessment and intervention program in very low birth weight infants at 5.5 years corrected age Journal of pediatrics 2013;162 (6):1112-1119 [PubMed]
  • Verkerk Gijs, Jeukens-Visser Martine, Koldewijn Karen, van Wassenaer Aleid, Houtzager Bregje, Kok Joke, Nollet Frans Infant behavioral assessment and intervention program in very low birth weight infants improves independency in mobility at preschool age Journal of pediatrics 2011;159 (6):933-8.e1 [PubMed]
All Publications
Research programmes

PhD J.A.J.M. Beelen (Optimizing quality of care in the rehabilitation care pathways: neurological rehabilitation and children rehabilitation)