Research interests Quality collaboratives, innovations in health care services delivery, clients' perspective on quality of life and quality of care. Work in progress Evaluating the Care for Better collaborative (Zorg voor Beter). Aim of this study is to evaluate the costs and effects of the Care for Better collaborative at the client, project, organizational and program level.
K.D. Doekhie, M. Buljac, M.M.H. Strating & J. Paauwe (2020). Elderly patients’ decision-making embedded in the social context: a mixed-method analysis of subjective norms and social support. BMC Geriatrics. doi: 10.1186/s12877-020-1458-7
C.W. Alingh, M.M.H. Strating, J.D.H. van Wijngaarden, J. Paauwe & R. Huijsman (2018). The ComCom Safety Management Scale: developing and testing a measurement instrument for control-based and commitment-based safety management approaches in hospitals. BMJ Quality & Safety, 27 (10):807. doi: 10.1136/bmjqs-2017-007162
R.J. de Koeijer - Gorissen, J. Paauwe, R. Huijsman & M.M.H. Strating (2018). Exploring trade-offs between lean management & six sigma and employee well-being in health care: The role of human resource management. Human Resource Management Journal.
A.L. van Staa, J.N.T. Sattoe & M.M.H. Strating (2015). Experiences with and outcomes of two interventions to maximize engagement of chronically ill adolescents during hospital consultations: A mixed methods study.. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 30 (5), 757-775. doi: 10.1016/j.pedn.2015.05.028
M.M.H. Strating, W.H. van Schuur & T. Suurmeijer (2007). Predictors of functional disability in rheumatoid arthritis: results from a 13-year prospective study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 29 (10), 805-815.
M.M.H. Strating, M.A.J. Duijn, W.H. van Schuur & T. Suurmeijer (2007). The differential effects of rheumatoid arthritis on distress among patients and partners. Psychology and Health, 22 (3), 361-379.
M.M.H. Strating, T. Zuiderent, A.P. Nieboer & R.A. Bal (2008). Evaluating the Care for Better collaborative. Results of the first year of evaluation. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Health Policy and Management