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Prof.dr.ir. Monique Tabak is full professor at the University of Twente with a background in Biomedical Engineering (cum laude). She is leading the research track on personalized eHealth technology for complex chronic conditions. She is an eHealth expert, focusing on the question: how can eHealth technology contribute to tailor-made care in daily life? 

Monique has a strong (European) network and participated in >20 (inter)national research and innovation projects  on eHealth (e.g. IS-ACTIVE (AAL), InLife (H2020), MAGGY (NWO), LoaD (NWA-ORC)) in major coordinating roles as project manager or WP leader, as well as principal investigator and in close collaboration with care centres.


She is currently leading the large-scale European RE-SAMPLE project in which a multidisciplinary consortium is developing revolutionary tailor-made care for people with COPD and comorbidities using real-world data monitoring and AI. She is also PI and WP leader in the LoAD project (NWA-ORC) in which she develops personalized feedback and coaching strategies for people with osteoarthritis based on a multi-modal sensing approach and recommender systems for tailoring.

She is a teacher in eHealth technology for the educational programmes of Biomedical Engineering, Technical Medicine and Health Science.

Expertise

  • Medicine and Dentistry

    • Patient
    • e-Health
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Nursing and Health Professions

    • Telehealth
    • Obstructive Lung Disease
  • Computer Science

    • Design
    • User
    • Application

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Prof.dr.ir. Monique Tabak is full professor at the University of Twente with a background in Biomedical Engineering (cum laude), leading the research track on personalized eHealth technology for complex chronic conditions. She is an eHealth expert, focusing on the question: how can eHealth technology contribute to tailor-made care in daily life? Her research is about tailoring eHealth interventions by a shared-decision making approach between technology, healthcare provider and patient, and supporting self-management in daily life for persons with complex chronic conditions. 

She is currently leading the large-scale European RE-SAMPLE project in which a multidisciplinary consortium is developing revolutionary tailor-made care for people with COPD and comorbidities using real-world data monitoring and AI. She is also PI and WP leader in the LoAD project (NWA-ORC) in which she develops personalized feedback and coaching strategies for people with osteoarthritis based on a multi-modal sensing approach and recommender systems for tailoring.

Her expertise includes: telemonitoring, shared decision making, decision support systems, adaptive tailored coaching, self-management, complex chronic (lung) conditions. 

Publications

2024
Technology-supported shared decision-making in chronic conditions: a systematic review of randomized controlled trialsPatient education and counseling, 124, Article 108267. Vaseur, R. M. E., te Braake, E., Beinema, T., Oude Nijeweme-d'Hollosy, W. & Tabak, M.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2024.108267Quick, but Not Dirty: The Usefulness of Flash Mob Studies as a Method for Action Research in eHealthJournal of Participatory Research Methods, 5(1). Oberschmidt, K., Grünloh, C., Jansen-Kosterink, S. & Tabak, M.https://doi.org/10.35844/001c.92284Game-based design for eHealth in practiceJMIR Formative Research (Accepted/In press). De Vette, F., Ruiz-Rodriguez, A., Tabak, M., Nijeweme-D'Hollosy, W. O., Hermens, H. & Vollenbroek, M.https://doi.org/10.2196/13723Effectiveness of current perioperative telemonitoring on postoperative outcome in patients undergoing major abdominal surgery: A systematic review of controlled trialsJournal of telemedicine and telecare, 30(2), 215-229. Haveman, M. E., Jonker, L. T., Hermens, H., Tabak, M. & de Vries, J.-P. P. M.https://doi.org/10.1177/1357633X211047710Who, When, How - Guiding the active involvement of stakeholders in eHealth Action Research. University of Twente. Oberschmidt, K.https://doi.org/10.3990/1.9789036558679Shifting Responsibilities: Developing a Pan-European Service Model for an eHealth Technology Supporting Self-Management of People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and ComorbiditiesInternational Journal of COPD, 19, 175-192. te Braake, E., Grünloh, C. & Tabak, M.https://doi.org/10.2147/COPD.S432568
2023
2022
Clarifying responsibility: professional digital health in the doctor-patient relationship, recommendations for physicians based on a multi-stakeholder dialogue in the NetherlandsBMC health services research, 22, Article 129. Silven, A., van Peet, P., Boers, S., Tabak, M., de Groot, A., Hendriks, D., van Os, H., Bonten, T., Atsma, D., de Graaf, T., Sombroek, M., Chavannes, N. & Villalobos-Quesada, M.https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-021-07316-0Determining the Reliable Measurement Period for Preoperative Baseline Values With Telemonitoring Before Major Abdominal Surgery: Pilot Cohort StudyJMIR Perioperative Medicine, 5(1), Article e40815. Haveman, M. E., Melzen, R. v., Moumni, M. E., Schuurmann, R. C. L., Hermens, H. J., Tabak, M. & Vries, J.-P. P. M. d.https://doi.org/10.2196/40815Technology-supported shared decision-making in chronic conditions: preliminary results of a systematic reviewEuropean respiratory journal, 60. Vaseur, R., te Braake, E., Beinema, T., d'Hollosy, W. & Tabak, M.https://doi.org/10.1183/13993003.congress-2022.2987Feasibility and patient’s experiences of perioperative telemonitoring in major abdominal surgery: an observational pilot studyExpert review of medical devices, 19(6), 515-523. Haveman, M. E., Melzen, R. v., Schuurmann, R. C. L., Hermens, H. J., Tabak, M. & de Vries, J.-P. P. M.https://doi.org/10.1080/17434440.2022.2108703Outdoor E-trike Cycling: a Low Intensity Physical ActivityAssistive technology, 34(4), 429-436. Bulthuis, R., Tabak, M., Schaake, L. & Hermens, H.https://doi.org/10.1080/10400435.2020.1858995Developing a pragmatic evaluation of ICTs for older adults with cognitive impairment at scale: the IN LIFE experienceUniversal access in the information society, 21, 1-19. Astell, A. J., Panou, M., Touliou, K., Karavidopoulou, Y., Cabrera-Umpiérrez, M. F., Aldaz, E., Bizjak, J., Black, B., Buchholz, M., Mata, J. C., Cossu-Ergecer, F., Debring, S., van-Weering, M. D., Ekström, A., Gams, M., Soler, A. G., Gradišek, A., Goljuf, K., Kaimakamis, E., … Tabak, M.https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-021-00849-5Technology-supported shared decision making in the treatment and management of chronic conditions: a systematic review protocol. Vaseur, R., d'Hollosy, W. & Tabak, M.https://www.bme2022.nl/bme-2022-programme/Continuous Monitoring of Vital Signs With Wearable Sensors During Daily Life Activities: Validation StudyJMIR Formative Research, 6(1), Article e30863. Haveman, M. E., van Rossum, M. C., Vaseur, R. M. E., van der Riet, C., Schuurmann, R. C. L., Hermens, H. J., de Vries, J. P. P. M. & Tabak, M.https://doi.org/10.2196/30863Persoonsgerichte zorg op afstand: telemedicine binnen de revalidatiezorgIn Revalidatie voor volwassenen (pp. 609-622). Van Gorcum. Tabak, M.

Research profiles

She is a teacher in eHealth technology for the educational programmes of Biomedical Engineering, Technical Medicine and Health Science. She is a qualified lecturer, and promotor of several PhD students.

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Courses academic year 2023/2024

Courses in the current academic year are added at the moment they are finalised in the Osiris system. Therefore it is possible that the list is not yet complete for the whole academic year.

Courses academic year 2022/2023

Monique has a strong (European) network and participated in >20 (inter)national research and innovation projects  on eHealth (e.g. IS-ACTIVE (AAL), InLife (H2020), MAGGY (NWO), LoaD (NWA-ORC)) in major coordinating roles as project manager or WP leader, as well as principal investigator and in close collaboration with care centres.

She is currently leading the large-scale European RE-SAMPLE project in which a multidisciplinary consortium is developing revolutionary tailor-made care for people with COPD and comorbidities using real-world data monitoring and AI. She is also PI and WP leader in the LoAD project (NWA-ORC) in which she develops personalized feedback and coaching strategies for people with osteoarthritis based on a multi-modal sensing approach and recommender systems for tailoring.

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Horst - Zuidhorst (building no. 28)
De Horst 2
7522 LW Enschede
Netherlands

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<p>Also employed as senior researcher at: </p>
<p><strong>Roessingh Research and Development</strong></p>
<p>Roessinghsbleekweg 33b</p>
<p>7522 AH Enschede</p>
<p>m.tabak@rrd.nl </p>
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