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Towards a universal concept of vulnerability: Broadening the evidence from the elderly to perinatal health using a Delphi approach

independent chairman during the panel 1 expert meeting. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Gouke J. Bonsel. Formal analysis: Nynke de Groot, Gouke J. Bonsel. Methodology: Gouke J. Bonsel. Supervision ... : Nicole B. Valentine. Writing ? original draft: Nynke de Groot, Gouke J. Bonsel. Writing ? review & editing: Nynke de Groot, Erwin Birnie, Nicole B. Valentine. 16 / 17 1. Grabovschi C , Loignon C

The added value of the EQ-5D with a cognition dimension in injury patients with and without traumatic brain injury

PurposeThis study investigated the psychometric gain, if any, from the extension of the EQ-5D with a cognition bolt-on (EQ-5D + C) in a large cohort injury patients with and without traumatic brain injury (TBI).MethodsHospitalized adult injury patients filled out a survey 1 month after initial admission. The survey included the EQ-5D-3L, the cognition bolt-on item in EQ-5D format...

The prevalence of adverse postnatal outcomes for mother and infant in the Netherlands

the implementation of ERKEN. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Jacqueline J. A. Dorscheidt. Formal analysis: Nynke de Groot, Erwin Birnie, Gouke J. Bonsel. Investigation: Jolanda H. Vermolen ... . Methodology: Erwin Birnie, Gouke J. Bonsel. Project administration: Jolanda H. Vermolen. Supervision: Erwin Birnie, Gouke J. Bonsel. Writing ? original draft: Nynke de Groot. Writing ? review & editing

Is EQ-5D-5L Better Than EQ-5D-3L? A Head-to-Head Comparison of Descriptive Systems and Value Sets from Seven Countries

. Janssen, Gouke J. Bonsel and Nan Luo) are members of the EuroQol Group. Data availability statement All data analysed in this study are stored at the central data archive of the EuroQol Research Foundation

Antenatal non-medical risk assessment and care pathways to improve pregnancy outcomes: a cluster randomised controlled trial

Social deprivation negatively affects health outcomes but receives little attention in obstetric risk selection. We investigated whether a combination of (1) risk assessment focused on non-medical risk factors, lifestyle factors, and medical risk factors, with (2) subsequent institution of risk-specific care pathways, and (3) multidisciplinary consultation between care providers...

Geographical, Ethnic and Socio-Economic Differences in Utilization of Obstetric Care in the Netherlands

J. Borsboom Jashvant Poeran Eric A. P. Steegers 0 Gouke J. Bonsel 0 0 Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Division of Obstetrics and Prenatal Medicine, Erasmus University Medical Centre

Different settings of place of midwife-led birth: evaluation of a midwife-led birth centre

Objectives The claimed advantages of home deliveries, including fewer medical interventions, are potentially counter balanced by the small additional risk on perinatal adverse outcome compared to hospital deliveries in low risk women. Homelike birth centres have been proposed a new setting for low risk women combining the advantages of home and hospital, resulting in lower...

Measuring Client Experiences in Maternity Care under Change: Development of a Questionnaire Based on the WHO Responsiveness Model

Background Maternity care is an integrated care process, which consists of different services, involves different professionals and covers different time windows. To measure performance of maternity care based on clients' experiences, we developed and validated a questionnaire. Methods and Findings We used the 8-domain WHO Responsiveness model, and previous materials to develop a...

Successful five-item triage for the broad spectrum of mental disorders in pregnancy – a validation study

Background Mental disorders are prevalent during pregnancy, affecting 10% of women worldwide. To improve triage of a broad spectrum of mental disorders, we investigated the decision impact validity of: 1) a short set of currently used psychiatric triage items, 2) this set with the inclusion of some more specific psychiatric items (intermediate set), 3) this new set with the...

Validity of a questionnaire measuring the world health organization concept of health system responsiveness with respect to perinatal services in the dutch obstetric care system

Background The concept of responsiveness, introduced by the World Health Organization (WHO), addresses non-clinical aspects of health service quality that are relevant regardless of provider, country, health system or health condition. Responsiveness refers to “aspects related to the way individuals are treated and the environment in which they are treated” during health system...

Effectiveness of score card-based antenatal risk selection, care pathways, and multidisciplinary consultation in the Healthy Pregnancy 4 All study (HP4ALL): study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial

Background Promotion of healthy pregnancies has gained high priority in the Netherlands because of relatively unfavorable perinatal outcomes. In response, a nationwide study, ‘Healthy Pregnancy 4 All’ (HP4ALL), has been initiated. Part of this study involves systematic and broadened antenatal risk assessment (the Risk Assessment substudy). Risk selection in current clinical...

Regional differences in severe postpartum hemorrhage: a nationwide comparative study of 1.6 million deliveries

Altenstadt Chantal WPM Hukkelhoven Gouke J Bonsel 0 Eric AP Steegers 0 Ben W Mol Joke M Schutte Kitty WM Bloemenkamp Johannes J Duvekot 0 0 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Obstetrics

Obstetrical outcome valuations by patients, professionals, and laypersons: differences within and between groups using three valuation methods

Background Decision-making can be based on treatment preferences of the patient, the doctor, or by guidelines based on lay people's preferences. We compared valuations assigned by three groups: patients, obstetrical care professionals, and laypersons, for health states involving both mother and (unborn) child. Our aim was to compare the valuations of different groups using...

Contribution of Primary Pelvic Organ Prolapse to Micturition and Defecation Symptoms

Objective. To investigate the contribution of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) to micturition and defecation symptoms. Method. Cross-sectional study including 64 women presenting with POP symptoms and 50 controls without POP complaints. Subjects were evaluated using POP-Quantification system, Urinary Distress Inventory, and Defecation Distress Inventory. The MOS SF-36 health survey...

Design and outline of the Healthy Pregnancy 4 All study

Background Promotion of healthy pregnancies has gained high priority in the Netherlands because of the relatively unfavourable perinatal health outcomes. In response a nationwide study Healthy Pregnancy 4 All was initiated. This study combines public health and epidemiologic research to evaluate the effectiveness of two obstetric interventions before and during pregnancy: (1...

Posttraumatic stress symptoms and health-related quality of life: a two year follow up study of injury treated at the emergency department

Background Among injury victims relatively high prevalence rates of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been found. PTSD is associated with functional impairments and decreased health-related quality of life (HRQoL). Previous studies that addressed the latter were restricted to injuries at the higher end of the severity spectrum. This study examined the association between...

Evaluating the discriminatory power of EQ-5D, HUI2 and HUI3 in a US general population survey using Shannon’s indices

Mathieu F. (Bas) Janssen 0 Erwin Birnie 0 Gouke J. Bonsel 0 0 M. F. (Bas) Janssen (&) E. Birnie G. J. Bonsel Public Health Epidemiology, Department of Social Medicine, Academic Medical Center

When outcome is a balance: methods to measure combined utility for the choice between induction of labour and expectant management in mild risk pregnancy at term

Background When the primary and secondary outcomes of clinical studies yield ambiguous or conflicting recommendations, preference or valuation studies may help to overcome the decision problem. The present preference study is attached to two clinical studies (DIGTAT, ISRCT10363217; HYPITAT, ISRCT08132825) that evaluate induction of labour versus expectant management in term...

Uptake of genetic counselling and predictive DNA testing in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

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Obtaining insurance after DNA diagnostics: a survey among hypertrophic cardiomyopathy mutation carriers

Birnie Gouke J Bonsel Arthur AM Wilde Ellen MA Smets Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a common hereditary heart disease associated with increased mortality. Disclosure of DNA test results may have