Jolien Vos

Jolien Vos
Research Associate
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+44 (0)20 3108 7059 (x57059)
Room: 2.06
UCLIC, University College London
66 - 72 Gower Street
London, WC1E 6EA
United Kingdom

Brief biography

I am a researcher with a background in healthcare and a special interest in the use of technology in care settings. Currently I am involved in the ECLIPSE study which seeks to explore the landscape of intravenous medication. The project aims to gain an understanding of how people interact with technology and how the safety of intravenous practice can be improved.

Research Publications

Authors
Title
Year
Publication
K Aelbrecht, P Pype, Jolien Vos, M Deveugele Having cancer in a foreign country 2016 Patient Education and Counseling, Journal article
Jolien Vos, P Pype, J Deblonde, den Eynde S Van, K Aelbrecht, M Deveugele, D Avonts Collecting and registering sexual health information in the context of HIV risk in the electronic medical record of general practitioners: a qualitative exploration of the preference of general practitioners in urban communities in Flanders (Belgium) 2016 Primary Health Care Research & Development, Journal article
Jolien Vos, K Sisson Re-thinking peer assisted learning for postgraduate research students 2015 Other
Jolien Vos, J Middlemass, K Windle, N Siriwardena Applicability of the Health Information Technology Acceptance Model in assessing readiness of older patients with multiple chronic diseases to adopt telecare qualitative study 2015 SAPC National Conference, Conference proceeding
Jolien Vos, K Windle, N Siriwardena, C Linehan Systematic scoping review of care navigation for older people with multimorbidity 2015 Other
Jolien Vos, K Windle, N Siriwardena, C Linehan A systematic scoping review of care navigation for older people with multimorbidity 2015 Other
Jolien Vos, J Middlemass, K Windle, N Siriwardena Feasibility of using the Health Information Technology Acceptance Model (HITAM) for assessing readiness to adopt telecare in older patients with multiple chronic diseases 2015 SAPC Regional Meeting, Conference proceeding
Jolien Vos, K Windle, N Siriwardena, C Linehan Cast adrift in the care system? A systematic scoping review of care navigation for older people with multimorbidity 2014 International Conference: Aging and Society, Conference proceeding
K Sisson, Jolien Vos Developing peer assisted learning 2014 Kickstart 2014, Conference proceeding
K Sisson, Jolien Vos Peer assisted learning scheme for PhD students (PALs for PhD’s): A pilot study. 2014 Teaching, Learning and Enhancement conference, Conference proceeding
K Windle, N Essam, Jolien Vos, ALG Caballero, V-H Phung, C Sirdifield, N Siriwardena, S McKay Evaluating the Admission Avoidance Programme: final report 2014 Report, University of Lincoln
J Detollenaere, Jolien Vos, JD Maeseneer, S Willems Vlaamse prioritaire thema’s met betrekking tot eerstelijnsgezondheidszorg: focus op de Vlaamse huisartsgeneeskunde 2014 Report, Ghent University
Jolien Vos, K Windle, N Siriwardena, C Linehan Investigating the potential role of ICT to support older people with multi-morbidity to navigate the care network 2014 Postgraduate Conference 2014, Conference proceeding
K Aelbrecht, Jolien Vos, M Deveugele Perceptie en beleving van zorg door oncologische patiënten na migratie: een kwalitatieve analyse: kanker in een vreemd land 2014 Report, Ghent University
S Willems, JD Maeseneer, Jolien Vos Beschrijving van de recent ingevoerde maatregelen in de huisartsgeneeskunde 2013 Report, Ghent University
K Aelbrecht, Jolien Vos, M Deveugele Care pathways of non-western immigrant cancer patients in Belgium: having cancer in a foreign country 2013 2013 International conference on Communication in Healthcare (ICCH), Conference proceeding
Jolien Vos, J Deblonde, SVD Eynde, M Deveugele, D Avonts Registration of sexual orientation in the electronic medical record in family practice: opinions of general practitioners (GPs) in Flanders 2012 Rendez-Vous 2012 Conference, Conference proceeding
Jolien Vos, J Deblonde, SVD Eynde, M Deveugele, D Avonts Registration of HIV risk factors in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR): what do GPs in Flanders prefer? 2012 BREACH symposium, Conference proceeding