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dr. A. van den Hoogen

Assistant Professor

  • Birth Center Neonatology - Medical

dr. A. van den Hoogen

Biography

Nurse scientist and nurse at University Medical Centre of Utrecht (UMCU) – Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital, The Netherlands. In January 2000, Agnes van den Hoogen graduated in Clinical Health Science (Cardiff University, Wales, UK). September 2009 she obtained her Ph.D at the University of Utrecht. Thesis: Infections in Neonatal Intensive: Care Prevalence, Prevention and Antibiotic use. Promoter: Prof. F. van Bel MD Clinical Interest: Neonatal infections, Management of Intra Venous access in Neonates, Ethics, Epidemiology and Education

Current professional situation: Postdoc researcher and neonatal nurse at the NICU of Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital, UMCU. Qualified in education and teacher in clinical health science. Topics of education are ethics, systematic literature research and coaching of students in research. Engaged in various educational activities regarding neonatal health care. Member of Call to Action, to achieve the Millennium Development Goal for child survival (MDG-4) Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the EFCNI (European Foundation for the care of newborn infants)

President of the European Society for Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC) from 2009-2013 and member of the scientific board since 2006. Committee member in the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN). Member of Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing Rho Chi- Chapter et large.

Side Activities

  • Chair ESPR (European Society for Pediatric Research) section Nursing and health care profeesionals

    Board of directors of the the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN). Responsible for Europe including WHO activities

    Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the EFCNI (European Foundation for the care of newborn infants) Vice Chair Education and training for nurses and midwives in EFCNI for Standards of Care for Newborn Health in Europe

    Member of Call to Action, Netherlands. To achieve the Millennium Development Goal for child survival (MDG-4, to reduce Global Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Morbidity and Mortality)

    Past president of the European Society for Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC) form 2009-2013 and member of the scientific board since 2006

    Member of Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing Rho Chi- Chapter et large

Research Output (64)

Neonatal sepsis: need for consensus definition, collaboration and core outcomes

Molloy Eleanor J, Wynn J L, Bliss J, Koenig J M, Keij Fleur M., McGovern M, Simons S H P, van den Hoogen A, Boode W.P., Schlapbach Luregn Jan, Reiss Irwin K M 1 jan 2020, In: Pediatric Research. 88 , p. 2-4 3 p.

Als een kind overlijdt: Systematische review naar oudergerichte rouwzorginterventies en hun onderbouwing

Kochen Eline, Jenken Floor, Boelen Paul, Deben Laura, Fahner Jurrianne, van den Hoogen Agnes, Teunissen Saskia C.C.M., Geleijns Karin, Kars MC nov 2019,

Helping Babies Breathe and its effects on intrapartum-related stillbirths and neonatal mortality in low-resource settings:a systematic review

Versantvoort Jorien , Kleinhout Mirjam, Ockhuysen HDL, Bloemenkamp Kitty, de Vries WB, van den Hoogen A 5 jul 2019, In: Archives of Disease in Childhood. 105 , p. 127-133 7 p.

Protocolized Versus Nonprotocolized Weaning to Reduce the Duration of Invasive Mechanical Weaning in Neonates: A Systematic Review of All Types of Studies

Bol Bas, van Zanten Henriette A, Wielenga Joke M, van den Hoogen A, Mansvelt Petri W., Blackwood Bronagh, Helder Onno 20 jun 2019, In: The Journal of perinatal & neonatal nursing. 34 , p. 162-170 9 p.

Putting the family at the centre of newborn health:EFCNI European Standards of Care for Newborn Health

van den Hoogen A 1 jan 2019, In: The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health. 3 , p. 1 1 p.

Process and strategies to perform a survey on research priorities

van den Hoogen A 2019,

Neonatal Research Priorities: A Global Nursing Perspective

van den Hoogen A 2019,

Process and strategies to perform a survey on research priorities

van den Hoogen A, Broom Margaret 2019,

Advances in nursing science in the NICU

van den Hoogen A 2019,

All Research Output (64)