Transitions in care
Healthcare is in constant flux. New technological and organizational innovations change healthcare practices and regulation on an almost permanent basis. In this theme, we study such changes, with a particular focus on how they affect healthcare work and regulation. Themes within this line of work concern the decentralization of care to municipalities; the distribution of tasks between professional groups and the rise of new professions such as the nurse practitioner, as well as task divisions between healthcare workers, patients and informal carers.
- The implications of new data and information technologies for professional roles in health care
- VENI: Arbitrary or tailored care at the kitchen table? An ethnography of situated judgements in public encounters
- Experimental Governance in Urban Labs: the Roadmap towards Inclusive Participation and Resilience?
- The State of Local Welfare. Devolution of Welfare State Arrangements and the Implementation, Organization and Management of Welfare Services
- Care and place: The governance of spatial arrangement in health care
- Evaluation of the Netherlands National Program on Elderly Care
- Experimenting with New Professional Roles