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On Mondays & Wednesdays, I'm working at Transfore in Deventer.

Hanneke Kip works as an assistant professor at the Department of Psychology, Health and Technology at the University of Twente, and as a researcher at Transfore, an organization for forensic mental healthcare. Her research is driven by the need to improve mental healthcare for vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations such as forensic psychiatric patients. In order to achieve this, she aims to investigate how different types of technology, such as interactive virtual reality, mobile apps, wearables and web-based interventions, can add something new and unique to treatment of underserved patient populations. To answer these complex questions, she conducts interdisciplinary research in which she combines theories and models from - amongst other things - psychology, human-centred design and implementation science. In line with this, Hanneke‚Äôs PhD project (2021, cum laude) was focused on the participatory development, implementation and evaluation of technology to better identify and treat risk factors in forensic mental healthcare. The main conclusion of her thesis was that - if developed and implemented well - technology has the potential to drastically improve mental healthcare by shifting the focus from mostly ‚Äėtalking and thinking‚Äô in a treatment room to ‚Äėdoing and experiencing‚Äô in realistic contexts. Her current work is focused on further exploring this assumption by means of innovative yet feasible research methods.¬†

Expertise

  • Medicine and Dentistry

    • e-Health
    • Therapeutic Procedure
    • Patient
  • Psychology

    • Healthcare
    • Mental Health
    • Evaluation
    • Health
    • Therapists

Organisations

Dr. Hanneke Kip works as an assistant professor at the Department of Psychology, Health and Technology at the University of Twente and as a researcher at Transfore, an organization for forensic mental healthcare. Her research is driven by the need to improve mental healthcare for vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations such as forensic psychiatric patients. In order to achieve this, she aims to investigate how different types of technology, such as interactive virtual reality, mobile apps, wearables and web-based interventions, can add something new and unique to treatment of underserved patient populations. To answer this complex question, she conducts interdisciplinary research in which she combines theories and models from - amongst other things - psychology, human-centred design and implementation science. In line with this, Hanneke‚Äôs PhD project (2021, cum laude) was focused on the participatory development, implementation and evaluation of technology to better identify and treat risk factors in forensic mental healthcare. The main conclusion of her thesis was that, if developed and implemented well, technology has the potential to drastically improve mental healthcare by shifting the focus from mostly ‚Äėtalking and thinking‚Äô in a treatment room to ‚Äėdoing and experiencing‚Äô in realistic contexts. Her current work is focused on further exploring this conclusion by means of innovative yet feasible research methods.¬†

Publications

2024
2023
Implementation of virtual reality in healthcare: a scoping review on the implementation process of virtual reality in various healthcare settingsImplementation Science Communications, 4, Article 67. Kouijzer, M. M. T. E., Kip, H., Bouman, Y. H. A. & Kelders, S. M.https://doi.org/10.1186/s43058-023-00442-2Exploring the added value of virtual reality biofeedback game DEEP in forensic psychiatric inpatient care‚ÄĒA qualitative studyFrontiers in psychology, 14, Article 1201485. Klein Haneveld, L., Kip, H., Bouman, Y. H. A., Weerdmeester, J., Scholten, H. & Kelders, S. M.https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2023.1201485From Theory to Implementation in Practice: A Qualitative Case Study of the Implementation of Virtual Reality in Mental HealthcareGlobal Implementation Research and Applications (E-pub ahead of print/First online). Kip, H., Buitelaar-Huijsse, G. K. G., Kouijzer, M. T. E. & Kelders, S. M.https://doi.org/10.1007/s43477-023-00101-7A Mobile Self-control Training App to Improve Self-control and Physical Activity in People With Severe Mental Illness: Protocol for 2 Single-Case Experimental DesignsJMIR research protocols, 12, Article e37727. Dekkers, T., Heirbaut, T., Schouten, S. E., Kelders, S. M., Beerlage-de Jong, N., Ludden, G. D. S., Deenik, J., Bouman, Y. H. A. & Kip, H.https://doi.org/10.2196/37727The Role of Compassionate Technology in Blended and Digital Mental Health Interventions: Systematic Scoping ReviewJMIR mental health, 10, Article e42403. Lotringen, C. v., Lusi, B., Westerhof, G. J., Ludden, G. D. S., Kip, H., Kelders, S. M. & Noordzij, M. L.https://doi.org/10.2196/42403Clarifying the Concepts of Personalization and Tailoring: An Interview Study with Experts. Research Square Publications. ten Klooster, I., Kip, H., van Gemert-Pijnen, L. J. E. W. C. & Kelders, S. M.https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2474551/v1Persuasive Co-Design of Self-Control Intervention App (SCIPP) for People with Severe Mental IllnessIn PERSUASIVE-ADJ 2023, : Persuasive 2023 Adjunct Proceedings. Dekkers, T., Heirbaut, T., Schouten, S. & Kip, H.
2022
2021
2020

Research profiles

PhD Project

From July 2016 up until August 2020 I worked on my PhD project, which I defended in March 2021 (cum laude). This project was focused on the development, implementation and evaluation of eHealth in forensic mental healthcare, in collaboration with Stichting Transfore and Erasmus MC. My supervisors were dr. Saskia Kelders, dr. Yvonne Bouman and prof. dr. Lisette van Gemert-Pijnen. In my thesis, I addressed four research lines: (1) the possibilities of technology for forensic mental healthcare; (2) the participatory development of virtual reality for identification and treatment of acute-dynamic risk factors; (3) the implementation of web-based interventions in outpatient care; and (4) the evaluation of a self-control training app. Besides my PhD, I also worked as a teacher in the Psychology and Health Sciences programmes for one day a week. Furthermore, I was the coordinator and editor of the book ‚ÄėeHealth Technology: Theory, Development and Evaluation‚Äô and a massive open online course on eHealth.

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