Janine van Til is a physical therapist, movement scientist and health scientist. She is currently working in the field of health sciences.
Janine's research focuses on studing methods to include the patient and public perspective in the development and implementation of innovations in health care, and the role of patient values, preferences and needs in health care decision making.
This includes decisions with regard to the development of new health care innovations, the evaluation of current health care services, shared patient clinician decision making and macro decisions on reimbursement and access of new drugs and devices to the market.
Janine's areas of expertise include the design and interpretation of preference studies (conjoint analysis, best worst scaling) and the design, analysis and interpretation of multi-criteria decision analysis studies.
UT Research Information System
Janine is primarily responsible for the planning, organization and/or development of the following courses:
- Research Methods - Qualitative Research - Bachelor Module 1 Health Sciences
- Module and project coordinator of "Health Disease and Prevention" - Bachelor Module 2 Health Sciences
- Stakeholder Preferences and Decision Support in Health - Master Course Health Sciences