Preliminary Conference Program ​


Program May 30

Thursday Morning

09.30 - 10.30

Welcome, registration & coffee

10.30 - 11.30

Session 1 - Keynote presentation

Perspectives on social robots supporting (mental) health

Emily Cross

11.30 - 11.40

Short break

11.40 - 12.40

Poster Session A - Foyer

Artificial Intelligence - Springerzaal

Personalized and contextual care - Room 1

12.40 - 14.00

Lunch break


Poster Session A

11.45 - 12.45 / 2A / Foyer / Chairs: Sina David, Laurence Alpay
Give me five minutes

Artificial intelligence

11.45 - 12.45 / 2B / Springerzaal / Chair: Nadine Bol

A Reinforcement Learning Model for Proposing Smoking Cessation Activities that Build Competencies: Combining Smoker and Health Expert Viewpoints

Nele Albers

Do People Value AI-Based Health Services? Exploring the Role of Human Values in Personalized Healtcare

Nadine Bol

Explainable Machine Learning for the Classification of Movement Disorders: distinguishing Tremor and Myoclonus

Inge Tuitert

Caregiver's Evaluation of Treatment Goals Generated by Large Language Models For Mental Health Patients

Lorenzo James

Development of a machine-learning algorithm to predict the significane of scientific articles for drug-disease interactions

Emma de Ruiter

Give me five minutes

Personalized and contextual care

11.45 - 12.45 / 2C / Room 1 / Chair: Robbert Sanderman

Personalised information presentation profiles to empower patients with breast cancer

Lianne Tolboom

Predicting care intensity with routinely collected pre-intake data in psychiatric outpatient care​

Moritz Hausmann

User needs for optimal use of digital self-management applications according to two specific target groups

Eva Alblas

Contextual inquiry for knowledge utilization and dissemination within the metahealth project

Nymphaea Notschaele

Medical 3D printing for personalized care: A regional ecosystem

Liedewij Vogelzang

Program May 30

Thursday Afternoon

14.00 - 15.15

Parallel Session 3

Off the beaten track: positive eMental health applications to enhance regular treatment - Springerzaal

Digital lifestyle interventions - Room 1

Using (big) data for health care - Room 2

Collaborative frontiers: aligning stakeholders' roles and value propositions - Room 3

15.15 - 15.25

Short break

15.25 - 16.25

Poster Session B - Foyer

Development and evaluation for health and care - Springerzaal

Monitoring, smart coaching and virtual reality - Room 1

16.25 - 16.55

Coffee Break

16.55 - 18.10

Simulation learning and serious gaming in health care education - Springerzaal

Monitoring, smart coaching and virtual reality - Room 1

Developing and optimizing mental health interventions - Room 2

Technological solutions for care and caregivers - Room 3


Off the beaten track: positive eMental health applications to enhance regular treatment

14.00 - 15.15 / 3A / Room: Springerzaal / Chair: Gera Bronsdijk

Wacht@ctief: reducing the burden of waiting lists for mental health care​

Christien Slofstra

Steadymood: towards an ehealth self-management program for sustainable recovery from depression​

Sanne Booij

Enhancing mental resilience: principles and practices in e-mental health program development

Maaike Meurs

The importance of unravelling thoughts: personalized experience sampling approaches

Michelle Servaas

Oral Presentations

Digital lifestyle interventions

14.00 - 15.15 / 3B / Room: 1 / Chair: Joan Dallinga

Navigating the development of an adaptive digital lifestyle intervention for patients: a rapid realist review

Ana Coiciu


Joan Dallinga

An overview and comparison of ehealth lifestyle interventions for preschool children: a scoping review

Lea Hohendorf

Effect of Personalization on Health Outcomes in the SLIMMER Combined Lifestyle Intervention

Carlijn Braem

Oral Presentations

Using (big) data for health care

14.00 - 15.15 / 3C / Room: 2 / Chair: Nienke Beerlage-de Jong

Predicting whether patients are physiologically fit for discharge using machine learning with hospital data

Sjoerd Garssen

Data-driven long term healthcare: current practice and caregiver needs

Jobke Wentzel

Implementation of Rehablines databank to (re)use routine clinical data for scientific research in rehabilitation

Klaske van Kammen & Leonie Krops

Tackling climate change-driven zoonotic infections - Adopting a GeoSocioTechMed approach

Nienke Beerlage-de Jong


Technological solutions for care and caregivers

14.00 - 15.15 / 3D / Room 3

Caring for caregivers: using radar for privacy preserving and non-intrusive health monitoring enabling peace of mind in informal care

Rik Kraan

Demonstration social robot maatje: increasing self-reliance in clients with autism​

Ellen Janssen

Future homes: virtual reality as an ehealth development tool to conduct needs assessment​

Judith Austin


Poster Session B

15.25 - 16.25 / 4A / Foyer / Chairs: Christian Wrede, Marike Hettinga
Give me five minutes

Development and evaluation for health and care

15.25 - 16.25 / 4B / Springerzaal / Chair: Esther Metting

Unlocking potential: Assessing physical resilience in older patients admitted to the Acute Medical Unit

Kirsten Bos

Comparative analysis of state-of-the-art automatic speech recognition systems for transcribing medical consultation audio recordings

Cristian Tejedor-Garcia

Validity challenges in serious games for health: a collective case study​

Wouter Keuning

Technology implementation: utilizing the nasss framework in health and care organizations in a qualitative study

Niek Zuidhof

Cultural differences in technology acceptance of COPD patients: a crosscountry focusgroup study

Esther Metting

Give me five minutes

Monitoring, smart coaching and virtual reality

15.25 - 16.25 / 4C / Room 1 / Chair: Ivan Steenstra

Exploring the potential of using digital phenotyping for monitoring late effects after breast cancer

Arlene John

Implementation of Rehablines databank to (re)use routine clinical data for scientific research in rehabilitation

Human centered design in vr research for stroke rehabilitation: insights from patients and informal caregivers

Loes Bulle-Smid

Dynamically tailored ehealth interventions for a healthy lifestyle in people with chronic diseases: systematic review

Eclaire Hietbrink

Preliminary results on user needs regarding development and implementation of a virtual rehabilitation clinic

Reinoud Achterkamp

Evaluation of virtual reality to promote enjoyment of life and autonomy of people with dementia

Hilco Prins

Virtual reality (VR) training for ambulant staff (Project VRAMBO): a feasibility study

Ivan Steenstra


Simulation learning and serious gaming in health care education

16.55 - 18.10 / 5A / Springerzaal / Chair: Gijs Terlouw

Enhancing nursing education through collaborative vr-scenario development: co-design and preliminary findings

Sarah Walburg

Relevance of customer-developer collaboration in developing serious games for nursing education: a retrospective case study

Fenne Verhoeven

Simulation based medical education: qualitative research into the needs and values of stakeholders

Christina Jaschinski

It's all about words: an exploratory study on utilization of Technology-Based-Simulation-Learning to support healthcare internships

Jolanda van Til

The added value of VR in health care education

Maurice Magnee

Oral Presentations

Monitoring in the ward and serious games for health

16.55 - 18.10 / 5B / Room 1 / Chair: Job van ‘t Veer

Using Bedsensor technology supporting nursing-home professionals during nightshifts

Job van 't Veer

Randomized controlled trial: Continuous monitoring did not enhance discharge decision-making in an acute admission award

Niels Kant

Wearable, wireless continuous vital signs monitoring in the general ward: a hybrid implementation-effectiveness study

Job Leenen

Evaluation of a learning community on validating serious games for health

Anouk Jansen

Oral Presentations

Developing and optimizing mental health interventions

16.55 - 18.10 / 5C / Room 2 / Chair: Esther Mertens

Predicting weekly variability in depressive symptoms using deep learning and passively-collected movement data

Anna Langener

An how to: developing digital mental health interventions

Esther Mertens

Optimizing an online intervention for the prevention of depression (SPRINT): a full-factorial trial

Annet Kleiboer

A priori theory approach to conceptualizing engagement with digital mental health interventions

Kerem Dogan


Collaborative frontiers: aligning stakeholders' roles and value propositions

16.55 - 18.10 / 5D / Room 3

Aafke Coopmans – Britt Bente – Remco Mannak – Nienke Beerlage – de Jong – Eveline Wouters – Ruud Verdaasdonk – Lisette van Gemert-Pijnen – Inge Bongers

Program May 31

Friday Morning

09.30 - 10.45

Parallel Session 6

The CeHRes roadmap 2.0 – eHealth development, implementation, and evaluation - Springerzaal

Supporting physical health using technology - Room 1

Guiding users in health technology - Room 2

Using data in healthcare: machine learning, data harmonization and prototying - Room 3

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee Break

11.15 - 12.30

Digital health solutions for managing cancer-related fatigue and supporting well-being - Springerzaal

Users of AI in healthcare - Room 1

The status quo of digital health - Room 2

Wearables and serious games - Room 3

12.30 - 13.45

Lunch Break


The CeHRes roadmap 2.0 – eHealth development, implementation, and evaluation

09.30 - 10.45 / 6A / Springerzaal / Chair: Hanneke Kip

The CeHRes Roadmap 2.0

Hanneke Kip

Development of SCIPP: the Self-Control Intervention App through the CeHRes Roadmap

Tessa Dekkers

Implementation of Virtual Reality Technology in Mental Healthcare – A Longitudinal Qualitative Evaluation

Marileen Kouijzer

The in-depth evaluation process of DEEP, a virtual reality biofeedback game, in forensic psychiatric inpatient care

Lisa Klein Haneveld

Oral Presentations

Supporting physical health using technology

09.30 - 10.45 / 6B / Room 1 / Chair: Anne Looijmans

Working towards personalized intervention advice for breast cancer patients who experience cancer-related fatigue

Lian Beenhakker

An application for technology-supported shared decision-making in COPD

Roswita Vaseur

Development of Personas to support medication adherence in hypertense patients using quantitative methods

Emanuele Tauro

Implementation needs of Experience Sampling Methodology in Paediatrics according end-users: A Qualitative case study

Anna Braspenning

Oral Presentations

Guiding users in health technology

09.30 - 10.45 / 6C / Room 2 / Chair: Ivo Bril-Broers

Identifying user types in interaction with smartphone-based interventions.

Aniek Siezenga

Digital Health Equity: Evaluating and enhancing the ‘inclusive eHealth guide’ for tailored interventions in lower socioeconomic position populations

Isra Al-Dhahir

Examining the impact of practical constraints on e-Health design research projects using a case study

Ivo Bril-Broers

Assessing health technology implementation: support tools for awareness and guidance: a review​

Meyke Roosink


Using data in healthcare: machine learning, data harmonization and prototying

09.30 - 10.45 / 6D / Room 3 / Chair: Lisette van Gemert-Pijnen

Interpretation of medical machine learning models should be based on clinical impact

Paul Hiemstra

FHIR-based data harmonization pipeline for MyDigiTwin’s Federated Learning architecture

Héctor Cadavid

Prototyping a system for measuring stress in people with stress-related complaints using a transdisciplinary approach

Evelien Van de Garde

Oral Presentations

Digital health solutions for managing cancer-related fatigue and supporting well-being

11.15 - 12.30 / 7A / Springerzaal / Chair: Mariët Hagedoorn

Compas-y: pilot evaluation and next development steps for a self-compassion app for people with cancer

Judith Austin

Development and outcomes of a pilot trial of companion, an internet-based mindfulness-based couple intervention targeting cancer-related fatigue

Mariët Hagedoorn

Demonstration of Untire Now: Enhanced Support for Cancer-Related Fatigue

Fatemeh Akbari

A Randomized Controlled Trial on the Efficacy and Safety of the Untire App for Moderate-to-Severe Cancer-Related Fatigue in German Patients

Simon Spahrkäs

Oral Presentations

Users of AI in healthcare

11.15 - 12.30 / 7B / Room 1 / Chair: Somaya Ben Allouch

Required competences of nurses working with artificial intelligence-based lifestyle monitoring in long-term care

Sjors Groeneveld

Challenges experienced by healthcare professionals, researchers and policymakers in artificial intelligence implementation: an interview study

Job Leenen

A Collaborative Approach of AI Design Criteria with Non-AI Experts

Somaya Ben Allouch

Development of an instrument to measure the relationship between reciprocity behaviour and technology readiness

Elvira Coffetti

Oral Presentations

The status quo of digital health

11.15 - 12.30 / 7C / Room 2 / Chair: Joyce Bierbooms

The Role of Personal, Social and Cultural Capital in Addition to Economic Capital in the Explanation of (In)equities in the use of Digital Health Technology

Joyce Bierbooms

State of digital care in the Netherlands in 2023

Jelle Keuper

From Crisis to Connection: Evaluating the Legacy of COVID-19 on Technology Adoption and Social Interactions in Elder Care Homes

Ans Tummers


Wearables and serious games

11.15 - 12.30 / 7D / Room 3 / Chair: Gido Hakvoort

Wearable breathing trainer: a wearable to support children with dysfunctional breathing​

Richard Evering

Catalyzing validity conversations in serious games for health: glyphs of yucatán​

Hendrik Provilij

Canal skater: a serious game for balance training in rehabilitation care​

Christina Jaschinski & Alejandro Moreno Celleri

Program May 31

Friday Afternoon

13.45 - 14.45

Session 8 - Keynote presentation

Artificial Intelligence in healthcare

André Dekker

14.45 - 15.00

Short Break

15.00 - 16.15

The hybrid centre for sexual health of the future - Springerzaal

Interactions with a virtual buddy - Room 1

Exploring the scope of personalization of eHealth through design lenses - Room 2

16.15 - 17.00

Closing Drinks


The hybrid centre for sexual health of the future

15.00 - 16.15 / 9A / Springerzaal / Chair: Cor Blom

Stepped care: theoretical framework for blending online and offline information and care​

Filippo Zimbile

User satisfaction of a free online std/hiv testing service: qualitative findings​

Koenraad Vermey

International case studies on improving access to std testing and care through digital services​

Marlijn van den Wijngaard

Key stakeholders' values and motives regarding the centre for sexual health of the future​

Noa Wamelink

Oral Presentations

Interactions with a virtual buddy

15.00 - 16.15 / 9B / Room 1 / Chair: Emmelyn Croes

Why aren’t you listenting to me? robot autonomy and compliance with robot advice​

Jana Holthöwer

You go first: the effects of self-disclosure reciprocity in interactions with a mental health chatbot

Emmelyn Croes

Perfect Fit: Insights and lessons learned from the interdisciplinary development of a virtual coach for smoking cessation and physical activity

Milon van Vliet

Risk assessment using a virtual assistant in a digital genetic counselling application​

Tessa Beinema

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