Alissa van Zijl is a PhD candidate at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology of Erasmus University Rotterdam. In her PhD she studies teams in the context of primary care. She conducts survey research and uses quantitative methods to understand the relationship between the characteristics, processes and outcomes of primary care teams. One of her main interests is to understand the seemly paradoxical mechanisms related to the interprofessional character of primary care teams.
Research interests: primary care, interprofessional teams, team processes, team outcomes
Onderzoeksinteresses: eerstelijns zorg, interprofessionele teams, team processen, team uitkomsten
A.L. van Zijl (2019). A multilevel analysis of the relationship between team autonomy and team innovation in the public sector. International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network: Tilburg, The Netherlands (2019, november 14 - 2019, november 15).
A.L. van Zijl, B. Vermeeren, F. Koster, J. van der Voet & A.J. Steijn (2018). Functional Heterogeneity and Team Innovation: Effects of Team Conflict and Team Learning Behaviours. XI International Human Resource Management Workshop: Sevilla (2018, oktober 25 - 2018, oktober 26).
A.L. van Zijl, B. Vermeeren, F. Koster, J. van der Voet & A.J. Steijn (2018). Functional heterogeneity and team innovation: The effects of team conflict and team learning behaviors. IWOT congres: Leiden (2018, september 6 - 2018, september 7).
A.L. van Zijl, B. Vermeeren, F. Koster, J. van der Voet & A.J. Steijn (2017). Towards sustainable local welfare systems: The effect of functional heterogeneity on team processes in Dutch neighborhood teams. European Group for Public Administration Conference: Milano, Italy (2017, augustus 30 - 2017, september 1).
A.L. van Zijl, B. Vermeeren, F. Koster, J. van der Voet & A.J. Steijn (2017). The effect of functional heterogeneity on team performance and the role of leadership in neighbourhood teams. Dutch HRM Network Conference: Nijmegen, Nederland.