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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
Heleen Maurice-Stam

First Name: Heleen

Last Name: Maurice-Stam

Position Title: Senior Researcher, PhD

Job Responsibilities: Research

Education/Training: Health Science

About Me/My interests: Fields of study: psychosocial pediatric oncology, HRQOL of children and young adults with chronic disease. Methodological and statistical (supportive) activities for several projects in Paediatrics and Paediatric Oncology are the main elements of my work.

Training Opportunities: No

My Contact Information:
Address:   Emma Children’s hospital Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, Pediatric Psychosocial Department; Postbox 22660; 1105 AZ Amsterdam; The Netherlands
Phone: 0031 20 5665674 / 5661786

Topics of Interest for Collaboration: psychosocial pediatric oncology, HRQOL, psychosocial developmental milestones, young adult survivors

Publications that may be of interest to others:  
Maurice-Stam H, Verhoof EJ, Caron HN, Grootenhuis MA. Are survivors of childhood cancer with an unfavourable psychosocial developmental trajectory more likely to apply for disability benefits? Psycho-oncology 2011; 22(3): 708-714.

Verberne LM, Maurice- Stam H, Grootenhuis MA, van Santen HM, Schouten- van Meeteren AYN. Sleep disorders in children after a central nervous system tumor. J Sleep Res 2012; 21(4):461-469.

Maurice-Stam H, Broek A, Kolk AMM, Vrijmoet-Wiersma CJM, Meijer-van den Bergh E,  van Dijk EM, S. Phipps, Grootenhuis MA. Measuring perceived benefit and disease-related burden in young cancer survivors: validation of the Benefit and Burden Scale for Children (BBSC) in the Netherlands. Supp Care Cancer 2011; 19: 1249-1253.

Stam H, Grootenhuis MA, Last BF. The course of life of survivors of childhood cancer. Psycho-oncology 2005; 14:227-238

Maurice-Stam H, Oort FJ, Last BF, Brons PPT, Caron HN, Grootenhuis MA. School-aged children after the end of successful treatment of non-CNS cancer: Longitudinal assessment of Health-Related Quality of Life, anxiety and coping. Eur J Cancer Care 2009;18(4):401-10


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