Last Name: Schepers
Position Title: PhD Student
Job Responsibilities: Research
About Me/My interests:
My interest lies in the field of pediatric psychology. I have always find it important to translate research into clinical practice. Currently I am working on the IMPROVE project, which stands for IMplementation of Patient Reported Outcomes Via Electronics in pediatric oncology.
Training Opportunities: Yes
My Contact Information:
Address: Psychosocial Department, Pediatrics, Academic Medical Centre/ Emma Children’s Hospital
Meibergdreef 9, 1105 AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Topics of Interest for Collaboration: Pediatrics, psycho-oncology, PROs, Screening, electronics
Publications that may be of interest to others:
Haverman L, van Oers HA, Limperg PF, Hijmans CT, Schepers SA, Sint Nicolaas SM, Verhaak CM, Bouts AHM, Fijnvandraat K, Peters M, van Rossum MA, van Goudoever, JB, Maurice-Stam H, Grootenhuis. MA Implementation of electronic Patient Reported Outcomes in pediatric daily clinical practice: The KLIK experience. Clinical practice in pediatric psychology, 2(1), 50-67.
Schepers, S. A., Engelen, V. E., Haverman, L., Caron, H. N., Hoogerbrugge, P. M., Kaspers, G. J. et al. (2014). Patient reported outcomes in pediatric oncology practice: Suggestions for future usage by parents and pediatric oncologists. Pediatr.Blood Cancer. doi: 10.1002/pbc.25034.
Schepers, S., Dekoviç, M., Feltzer, M., de Kleine, M., & van Baar, A. (2011). Drawings of very preterm-born children at 5 years of age: a first impression of cognitive and motor development? European Journal of Pediatrics, 11, 1476-8
Schepers, S., van Wassenaer, A., van Baar, A., Houtzager, B. (2009). Socio-emotional development of preterm born infants in relation to psychomotor development between 2 and 3 years of age. First Pediatric Psychology Symposium, Amsterdam, the Netherlands