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De Lectoren van LOI Hogeschool

Lectoraten bij LOI Hogeschool

LOI Hogeschool onderhoudt intensieve contacten met vertegenwoordigers van het werkveld. Zo kent ieder vakgebied bij LOI Hogeschool een eigen beroepenveldcommissie. De leden hiervan signaleren trends in de arbeidsmarkt en beoordelen of een nieuwe opleiding aansluit bij de behoefte van het werkveld. Ook is aan iedere bacheloropleiding een programmaleider verbonden die zicht houdt op de actualiteit en inhoud van de opleiding.

Daarnaast kent LOI Hogeschool verschillende lectoraten. Onze lectoren verrichten praktijkgericht onderzoek en leggen de verbinding tussen onderzoek, onderwijs en praktijk. Daarbij ligt de focus op kennisvermeerdering en innovatie. Ook vertegenwoordigen zij LOI Hogeschool op bijvoorbeeld symposia en in vakbladen.


Onze lectoren

De lectoren van LOI Hogeschool zijn gepromoveerde academici met uitgebreide ervaring in het bedrijfsleven en op het gebied van onderzoek. Ook beschikken zij over een groot relevant netwerk in de onderzoekswereld en de beroepspraktijk.

Hieronder stellen we ze aan je voor.

Gilbert Silvius

Duurzame competenties worden steeds belangrijker op de arbeidsmarkt. Gilbert Silvius onderzoekt momenteel de marktbehoefte naar deze competenties en de integratie van deze competenties in de opleidingsprogramma’s van LOI Hogeschool.

Over Gilbert Silvius

”Authentic thinker, Experienced lecturer, Innovative author”, zo kopt het c.v. van Gilbert Silvius. Hij initieerde, ontwikkelde en leidde verschillende onderwijsprogramma’s, onder andere voor de University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. Ook is hij gastdocent aan o.a. de University of Johannesburg en fellow aan de Turku University of Applied Sciences in Finland. Bovendien publiceerde hij een groot aantal boeken en wetenschappelijke artikelen en is hij een veelgevraagd spreker en expert op internationale conferenties op het gebied van projectmanagement, business en IT. Aan LOI Hogeschool is hij verbonden als lector Onderwijs en arbeidsmarkt.

"Onze studenten zullen goed voorbereid zijn op de beroepspraktijk"
Gilbert Silvius

Lector bij LOI Hogeschool


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"Onze studenten zullen goed voorbereid zijn op de beroepspraktijk"
Gilbert Silvius

Lector bij LOI Hogeschool

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Curriculum vitae

Gilbert Silvius (1963) is an experienced ‘practitioner-turned-academic’. His academic experience spans over 15 years in which he initiated, developed and led several accredited programs and courses. Amongst these are the top-ranked MSc Project Management and MSc Informatics programs at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. He currently holds the chair of Project and Programme Management at LOI University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, is a visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg and a fellow at Turku University of Applied Sciences in Finland. Gilbert is internationally engaged by several universities in programs on business administration, project management and information management and is a fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. His engagements include classroom, online and blended training and lecturing.
Gilbert authored 13 professional and academic books and over 100 academic papers. He is a frequent speaker on international conferences and a recognized expert on project management and the alignment of business and IT. Gilbert is the GPM 2013 sustainability award recipient and an honorary fellow of the International Information Management Association.
Next to his academic work, Gilbert is advising organizations as part of the enable2change network of experts. His professional experience spans three decades, in which he has been responsible for numerous projects, groups and departments.

Titles

PhD MSc MBA

Specializations

Project Management:

  • Sustainability in project management
  • Project management standards
  • Project management maturity
  • Business case and benefits management
  • Project Portfolio Management

IT Management:

  • Enterprise governance of IT
  • Business and IT alignment

ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6494-3345
Scopus author ID: 24476627200

Statistics (Aug 2019)
RG score: 20.61
h-index: 20 (Google Scholar), 15 (ResearchGate)
Citations: >1600 (Google Scholar)

Academic experience 2002 - today

Primary affiliations

2013 – today LOI University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
Professor (part time), Chair of Project and Programme Management

2018 – today University of Johannesburg, South Africa Visiting Professor,
Department of Applied Information Systems, College of Business and Economics

2018 – today University of Limerick, Ireland
External Examiner, MSc Project and Programme Management

2016 – today Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland Fellow

2002 – 2013 HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, the Netherlands
Full Professor, Chair of Business, IT and Innovation

Secondary affiliations

2012 - today Senior lecturer on Project Management, IT Governance, Corporate Sustainability and Research Methods at:
: Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Austria
: HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, the Netherlands
: IMC-Krems University of Applied Sciences, Austria
: Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
: FHOÖ University of Applied Sciences, Austria
: Malmö University, Sweden
: SKEMA Business School, France
: Donau Universität Krems, Austria
: LaSalle Ramon Llull University, Spain
: Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands - Austria
: Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin, Germany

Teaching activities
: Graduate and undergraduate courses in
- Project Management Methods
- Project Management Simulation
- Agile Project Management
- Sustainability in Project Management
- Business Case Development and Benefits Management
- IT Governance
- Business and IT Alignment
- Information Economics
- IT Planning and Organization
- Research Methods and Academic Writing

Main research interests
: Sustainability in Project Management Conceptual and empirical studies on the application of the concepts of sustainability in project management

Research supervision
: Graduate level - Supervision of over 80 MSc and MBA theses at HU University 3 fact file of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Donau Universität Krems, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, SKEMA Business School, Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin, IMC-Krems University of Applied Sciences, University of Liverpool and Malmö University.

Doctoral level
- Examiner of PhD and DBA dissertations at Athabasca University, University of South Australia, SKEMA Business School, University of the Basque Country, University of Johannesburg and University of Vaasa.

Recognition
: Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, 2019
: IPMA Research awards, finalist, 2014
: Green Project Management (GPM) sustainability award, 2013
: Honorary fellow of the International Information Management Association, 2013
: Several ‘Best paper’ awards, 2008 – today
: IPMA-NL “Van den Honert-Boerma” Award for innovation in project management, 2007
: IPMA Global Research Awards, Outstanding Contribution, 2020

Publications
: Over 100 publications in peer reviewed journals, handbooks and conferences (http://publicationslist.org/gilbert.silvius)
: Author / editor of 13 academic and professional books in the English and Dutch language.

Editorial activities
: Editor of a special issue of Sustainability on ‘Sustainable Project Management’, 2019
: Editor of a special issue of the International Journal of Project Management (IJPM) on ‘Managing Projects and Sustainability’, Volume 35, Issue 6, 2017
: Member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Project Management (IJPM)
: Associate Editor of the International Journal on IT/Business Alignment and Governance (IJITBAG)

Managerial responsibilities (past and present)
: Head of research groups:
- Initiating, managing, executing and reporting research projects
- Managing teams of academic researchers
: Program and academic lead of several programs on graduate and undergraduate level
: Director of International Partnerships at HU Business School Utrecht

Memberships : International Project Management Association (IPMA)
: Project Management Institute (PMI) 4 fact file
: Association of Information Sciences (AIS)
: International Information Management Association (IIMA)
: European Academy of Management (EURAM)

Other activities (past and present)
: Board representative for Higher Education of the Dutch International Project Management Association (IPMA-NL)
: Course leader of the IPMA Advanced Course on Project Auditing
: Member of the ISO PC236, developing the ISO 21500 Guideline on Project Management
: 2013 President of the International Information Management Association
: Conference Chair of the 2010 annual conference of the International Information Management Association
: Trainer project management and entrepreneurship for several NGOs in developing and post-conflict areas.

Languages

  • English: Full professional proficiency
  • Deutsch: Professional working proficiency
  • Nederlands: Native proficiency

Education

2017 – 2018 : PGCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (merit) University of Brighton, United Kingdom
2008 – 2013 : PhD in Information Sciences Utrecht University, the Netherlands
1991 – 1993 : MBA (honours) Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
1986 – 1989 : MSc in Economics Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
1983 – 1987 : BA in Accountancy Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Netherlands
1981 – 1986 : BA in Finance & Management (honours) Royal Military Academy, the Netherlands

Professional experience

2014 – today enable2change, independent experts
Consultant / Trainer

2004 – 2016 Van Aetsveld, Change management & Project management
Consultant, Project Manager and Business Developer

1993 – 2004 Getronics
Manager, Consultant and Project Manager

1986 – 2019 Ministry of Defence, Royal Dutch Army
Reserve officer Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) in the rank of lieutenant-colonel (1993 – 2019)
Career officer with several positions in financial management and project management (1986 – 1993).

Dr. ir. Inge Hermann, lector Onderzoek en Onderwijs

Inge Hermann houdt zich momenteel bezig met onderzoek naar mogelijkheden om binnen het onderwijs van LOI Hogeschool, studenten te stimuleren tot het ontwikkelen van een onderzoekende houding.

Over Inge Hermann

Inge Hermann heeft ruime ervaring in zowel onderwijs als onderzoek op het gebied van tourism, leisure en hospitality. Zo is zij o.a. verbonden aan de Saxion University of Applied Sciences en was zij werkzaam bij de University of Bedfordshire en Inholland University of Applied Sciences. Ook publiceerde zij een groot aantal wetenschappelijke artikelen. Aan LOI Hogeschool is zij verbonden als lector Onderzoek en Onderwijs.

Curriculum vitae

Professional summary

Knowledgeable scholar with more than 10 years of experience teaching at Bachelor and Master level. Distinguished record of publication in academic journals within the fields of leisure, tourism and hospitality. Forward-looking personality with a strong inner drive to acquire new insights and skills by looking at the world from different perspectives. Creative brainstorm partner with a strong work ethic and great deal of stamina. Strong philosophy of teaching, and knowledge of many different methods to motivate others to develop their expertise in specific areas. Dedicated partner within university programs, projects and outreach events that support sustainable tourism development.

Education

2009 - 2013 University of Bedfordshire
Postgraduate project ‘Cold War heritage (and) tourism in Britain’ (graduated July 2013)
This doctoral research project explored the representations at Cold War heritage
sites and the authorities by which heritage tourism is constructed as a cultural practice, as well as their influence on visitor interpretations and constructions of (symbolic) meaning of these Cold War tourist attractions

2010 University of Oxford
BSc unit ‘What Remains of the Cold War? Sites and memories’ (completed may 2010)

2004 - 2007 Wageningen University and Research Centre
MSc Leisure, Tourism and Environment (graduated June 2007)

2003 - 2004 Tilburg University
MSc Leisure Studies (completed eight MSc units)

1999 - 2003 Breda University of Applied Sciences (NHTV)
BSc Leisure Management (graduated June 2003)

Present occupation

2016 – 2018 Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Research Group Ethics & Global Citizenship
Position: Associate professor Ethics & Tourism

2012 - current Saxion University of Applied Sciences, BBA Tourism Management
Position: Senior lecturer / Researcher

2009 - 2012 University of Bedfordshire, Faculty of Sport, Education and Tourism, Division of Tourism
Position: Doctoral researcher / Lecturer

2008 - 2009 Brand strategy & communications agency The People
Position: Senior account manager

2008 INHOLLAND University of Applied Sciences, Research Innovation Centre City
Marketing & Leisure Management Position: Research fellow

2006 - 2008 INHOLLAND University of Applied Sciences, Leisure studies
Position: Lecturer Leisure Management

2005 - 2006 Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand Tourism Research Institute
Position: Junior researcher

Management and leadership experiences

2018 - current Saxion University of Applied Sciences
Position: Project coordinator
In my role as project coordinator for the project ‘Flavours of Málaga’, funded by the TUI Care foundation, I am responsible for the overall coordination of the project, budget control, use of resources and deliverables

2016 - 2018 Saxion University of Applied Sciences
Position: Associate professor Ethics & Tourism
In my role as associate professor Ethics & Tourism within the Research Group Ethics & Global Citizenship I was responsible for the management reports and financial budget for the Research Group and (strategically) designed research agendas and projects, as well as aligned them with (tourism) educational programmes

2017 Saxion University of Applied Sciences
Position: Conference chair
In my role as chair of the International Conference ‘Connecting the Dots: Tourism, Ethics and Global Citizenship’, jointly organised by Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Breda University of Applied Sciences and Wageningen University & Research, I was responsible for overseeing and coordinating the overall conference, selecting conference themes and keynote speakers, appointing committee members, deadlines and budget control

Course coordination, development and teaching experiences

2012 - current Saxion University of Applied Sciences

  • Member project team ‘Curriculum revision’ (all BBA levels)
  • Member project team ‘Thesis revision’ (BBA level 4)
  • Unit leader and lecturer ‘Understanding the tourist (BBA level 1)
  • Unit leader and lecturer ‘Destination development & management’ (BBA level 3)
  • Unit leader and lecturer ‘Sociology of tourism’ (BBA level 1)
  • Internship supervision (BBA level 2 and 3)
  • Supervisor and examiner dissertation (hons.) projects (BBA level 4)
  • Lecturer academic Review (BBA level 3)

2009 - 2012 University of Bedfordshire

  • Unit leader and lecturer ‘Research practice in tourism’ (MSc level)
  • Lecturer ‘Research philosophies in tourism’ (MSc level)
  • Unit assistant ‘Fieldwork in heritage and tourism’ (MSc level)
  • Unit assistant ‘Worldmaking, globalisation and tourism studies’ (MSc level)
  • Supervisor and examiner dissertation (hons.) projects (BSc level 3 and MSc level)
  • Lecturer ‘Tourism marketing’ (BSc level 3)
  • Lecturer ‘Visitor attraction management’ (BSc level 2)

2006 - 2008 Inholland University of Applied Sciences

  • Unit leader and lecturer ‘City marketing’ (BSc level 3)
  • Unit leader and lecturer ‘Research in leisure and tourism’ (BSc level 3)
  • Unit leader and lecturer ‘Imagineering’ (BSc level 2)
  • Internship supervisor (BSc level 3)
  • Supervisor and examiner dissertation (hons.) projects (BSc level 4)
  • Study and career advisor (BSc level 1-4)

Academic presentations (selection)

2017 Opening speech ‘Connecting the Dots‘, International Conference Tourism, Ethics & Global Citizenship: Connecting the Dots, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, 3-6 July 2017

2017 Presentation ‘We Are Happy to Help: Exploring the Socio-Economic Impacts of Voluntourism on Local Residents in Cusco, Peru’, International Conference Tourism, Ethics & Global Citizenship: Connecting the Dots, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, 3-6 July 2017

2017 Presentation ‘Bright stars: humanitarian celebrities, ethical consumption and voluntourism’ CAUTHE conference ‘Time for big ideas? Re- thinking the field for tomorrow’, Dunedin, New Zealand, 7-10 February 2017

2014 Keynote ‘Students’ stories of Surinam: Using narrative inquiry to understand field trip experience’, 2nd International Student Conference in Tourism Research, Krems, Austria, 5-6 May 2014

2013 Presentation ‘Let’s say goodbye: The moralising practices of gap year organisations in the Netherlands’, 5th international Critical Tourism Studies conference, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina, 25-28 June 2013

Public presentations and media appearances (selection)

2018 Guest BNR Radio programme ‘Ask me Anything’ (July 27, 2018)

2017 Interview ANVR Magazine View (2017) ‘Time for a talk about responsible tourism’ [in Dutch]

2017 Interview NRIT Media (May 22, 2017) ‘Conference Connecting the Dots is an appeal for the survival of the sector’ [in Dutch]

2016 Public seminar [in Dutch] 'Moral tourism: doing well is receiving well?’, EBO seminar series 'The commodification of morality’, Department of Philosophy, Tilburg University

2016 Debater ‘The sense and nonsense of voluntourism’, Sphinx, Maastricht [in Dutch]

2016 Debater ‘Voluntourism', International Federation of Medical Students' Association, Utrecht University [in Dutch]

Publications and conference proceedings (selection)

2017 Hermann, I, Peters, K. & Van Trijp, E. (2017). Enrich yourself by helping others: A web content analysis of providers of gap year packages and activities in the Netherlands. Tourist Studies, 17(1), pp. 75-93

2017 Hermann, I. & González Gutiérrez de León, A. (2016). Book review of Lovelock, B. & Lovelock, K. (Eds.) (2013). The ethics of tourism: critical and applied perspectives. Annals of Leisure Research, 20(2), pp. 245-246

2017 Hermann, I. (2017). Book review of Rickly, J., Hannam, K., & Mostafanezhad, M. (Eds.) (2016) Tourism and Leisure Mobilities: Politics, work and play. Tourism Management, 65, pp. 172-173

2016 Hermann, I., Meijer, K., & Van Koesveld, S. (2016). Global citizenship, tourism and consumerism: A narrative enquiry into the global consumer-citizen spectrum in students' study tour experiences. Hospitality & Society, 6(2), pp. 131-151

2015 Hermann, I. (2015). Symbolic value, tourism. In Jafari, J. and Xiao, H. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Tourism, Springer

2015 Hermann, I. (2015). Cold War heritage (and) tourism: a case study of Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker. In Cater, C., Garrod, B. and Low, T. (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Sustainable Tourism. CABI, Oxford, pp. 260-261

2015 Hermann, I. & Welten. R. (2015). Book review of Bianchi, R. & Stephenson, M. (2015). Tourism and Citizenship: Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities in the Global Order. European Journal of Tourism Research, 9, pp. 147-149

2014 Baas, N., Hermann, I. & Barkel, C. (2014) We gaan nog niet naar huis: een onderzoek naar de bemiddelende rol van mobiele (GIS) applicaties bij reiservaringen van Generatie Y [We’re not going home yet: investigating the mediating role of mobile (GIS) applications on travel experiences of Generation Y]. Vrijetijdstudies, 32(3), pp. 37-47

2013 Zwienenberg, T., Hermann, I. & Barkel, C. (2013). Let's talk destination: exploring social media (and) marketing strategies for the destination marketing organisation VVV Hof van Twente, the Netherlands. Journal of Tourism Culture & Communication, 13(1), pp. 61-65

2013 Hermann, I. (2013). Let's say goodbye: The moralising practices of gap year organisations in the Netherlands. Paper presented at the International critical tourism studies conference V: Tourism and critical practice: activating dreams into action, Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

2011 Hermann, I. (2011). Battleless Battlefields: A Discussion of Cold War Tourism in Britain. In Kozak, M. and Kozak, N. (Eds.) Sustainability of Tourism: Cultural and Environmental Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge Publishing, pp. 314-329

2010 Hermann, I. (2010). Cultural Representations and Practices at Cold War Tourism Sites: A Case Study of Kelvedon Hatch. In M. Kozak (Ed) Proceedings book of the 5th Annual Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure. Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research: Ankara, pp. 314-329 Reports, working papers and policy briefs

2018 Milne, S., Thorburn, E., Hermann, I., Hopkins, R., & Moscoso, F. (2018). Voluntourism Best Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region: Promoting Inclusive Community-Based Sustainable Tourism Initiatives. APEC: Papua-New Guinea

2018 Milne, S., Thorburn, E., Hermann, I., Hopkins, R., & Moscoso, F. (2018). Voluntourism Best Practices: Promoting Inclusive Community-Based Sustainable Tourism Initiatives (Final Report). APEC: Papua-New Guinea

2006 Nodder, C., Milne, S., Hermann, I, and & Org, L. (2006). The New Zealand market for Tahiti tourism experiences. Stage 1: Integrated marketing study. Auckland: Tahiti Tourism (Confidential)

2005 Nodder, C., Hermann, I., Org., L., Kennedy, D. & Milne, S. (2005). Pacific Island Tourism SME Training Toolkit. A set of online resources and a content management system prepared for the South Pacific Tourism Organisation. Auckland: New Zealand Tourism Research Institute

Research projects and income generation

2018 Project ‘Flavours of Málaga: Empowering women through gastronomic heritage tourism in Málaga, Spain’. Initiated, wrote and submitted proposed action plan to bring together a multi-disciplinary network of (local) stakeholders to strengthen the socio-economic position of women in a particular area in Malaga through the development of tourism products and activities. Lead: Saxion University of Applied Sciences. Coordinator: Inge Hermann. Total budget: 180.000 euro. Funded by the TUI Care Foundation. Duration May 2018 – Dec 2019

Selected awards and honours

2011 Award best student paper International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences

2009 Postgraduate research studentship and bursary (3 years), Institute for Tourism Research (INTOUR), University of Bedfordshire

Editorial activities

2017 - current Editor special issue ‘Tourism, Ethics and Global Citizenship’, Hospitality & Society (in press) 2015 Editor special issue ‘Toerisme en Moraliteit: Opvattingen uit de praktijk’ [Tourism and Morality: Views from practice], Vrijetijdsstudies (3) Additionally, I act as a referee for various academic journals in the areas of tourism, hospitality and heritage studies, including Journal of Heritage Tourism, Vrijetijdsstudies and Hospitality and Society

Other activities

2018 Scientific committee member and session chair international conference ENTER2019

2016 Doctoral committee member PhD defence Tom van Nuenen, Tilburg University

2015 - current Industry committee member Msc Leisure, Tourism and Environment, Wageningen

University & Research

2014 - 2018 Overseas Fellow Royal Geographical Society

2015 Visiting academic Deusto University, San Sebastian (Spain)

2014 Visiting academic Florida University, Valencia (Spain)

2014 NVAO accreditation panel member BSc programme Aviation Management, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

2013 - 2017 Visiting academic University of Aberystwyth

2012 - current Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) Licences and certifications

2016 University of Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (C2)

2015 - 2018 Saxion University of Applied Sciences Didactics in a digital learning environment Basic Qualification Examination

2012 University of Bedfordshire Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (Master level)

2011 University of Oxford Workshop Military archaeology: current professional approaches and practice

2010 QSR International Training NVivo 8 fundamentals: starting to work with your materials Training NVivo 8 fundamentals: exploring, visualizing and sharing your material

Computer skills

MAC OS/X, Microsoft Office, SPSS, NVIVO

Languages

Speaking Writing Reading
Dutch Native Native Native
English Near native Near native Near native
French Proficient Proficient Proficient
German Basic Basic Basic
             

Personal interests

           
Running, yoga, skiing      
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Dr. Selma Scheper-de Nijs, lector Praktijkgericht onderzoek in zorg en welzijn

Studenten van een HBO-bacheloropleiding voeren bij het afstuderen praktijkgericht onderzoek uit. Selma Scheper-de Nijs onderzoekt momenteel hoe de kennis die uit het afstuderen wordt opgedaan, beter gedeeld kan worden met de beroepsgroep en direct kan bijdragen aan de actualiteit van het onderwijsprogramma.

Over Selma Scheper-de Nijs

De carrière van Selma Scheper-de Nijs wordt gekenmerkt door een combinatie van patiëntgebonden onderzoek en onderwijs. Zo was zij o.a. werkzaam als onderzoeker bij het Amsterdam Universitair Medisch Centrum/Universiteit Amsterdam en de Universiteit Utrecht en heeft zij een groot aantal wetenschappelijke publicaties op haar naam staan. Ook heeft ze ervaring als docent in het hoger onderwijs bij Hogeschool Zuyd en Avans+ Hogeschool. Sinds 2014 is ze werkzaam voor de LOI en heeft ze o.a. een toezichthoudende en adviserende rol m.b.t. de kwaliteit van de afstudeerscripties en het verzorgen van onderwijs voor de bacheloropleidingen Hartfunctielaborant, Laborant klinische neurofysiologie en Longfunctieanalist. Aan LOI Hogeschool is zij verbonden als lector Praktijkgericht onderzoek in zorg en welzijn.

Curriculum vitae

Ik ben 13 jaar werkzaam geweest bij het Academisch Medisch Centrum/Universiteit van Amsterdam. In deze periode heb ik gewerkt als apothekersassistente, ben ik opgeleid tot en werkzaam geweest als longfunctie analiste en heb ik de universitaire opleiding tot klinisch epidemioloog afgerond. Tevens ben ik in deze periode onder begeleiding van professor E.H. Bel en professor P.J. Sterk gepromoveerd op het gebied van longziekten. Sinds 2014 ben ik werkzaam binnen het onderwijs. In opdracht van de Leidse Onderwijs Instelling (LOI) verricht ik onderwijswerkzaamheden binnen de afdeling LOI Hogeschool Gezondheidszorg. Daarnaast adviseer ik de LOI als supervisor van de docenten en beoordelaar van de eindkwaliteit van de HBO Laboranten opleidingen. Tevens ben ik werkzaam als docent bij Zuyd Hogeschool, faculteit gezondheidszorg, mens en techniek | Biometrie.

Collega’s en studenten omschrijven mij met de volgende eigenschappen:

Persoonlijke eigenschappen:
  • Toegankelijk.
  • Enthousiast en gedreven.
  • Duidelijk en direct in de communicatie.
  • Teamspeler.
  • Loyaal en collegiaal.
  • Doorzetter.
  • Ambitieus.

Competenties:

  • Stressbestendig en flexibel.
  • In staat prioriteiten te stellen.
  • Probleemoplossend vermogen.
  • Sterk analytisch en besluit vaardig.
  • Goede communicatieve en contactuele eigenschappen.
  • Projectmatig werken.

Werkervaring

2014 - heden, Onderwijs
Supervisor Leidse Onderwijs Instelling (LOI) te Leiderdorp (Freelance basis).
LOI Hogeschool gezondheidszorg- laboranten opleidingen (hartfunctie laborant, laborant klinische neurofysiologie en longfunctie analist)
Taken en verantwoordelijkheden:
  • Het onafhankelijk adviseren van de onderwijsinstelling m.b.t. het afstuderen binnen het afstandsonderwijs.
  • Het coachen, adviseren en beoordelen van afstudeerdocenten.
  • Het organiseren en begeleiden van intervisiebijeenkomsten.

Docent Leidse Onderwijs Instelling (LOI) te Leiderdorp (Freelance basis).
LOI Hogeschool gezondheidszorg- laboranten opleidingen (hartfunctie laborant, laborant klinische neurofysiologie en longfunctie analist).
Taken en verantwoordelijkheden:

  • Docent diverse lesdagen waaronder longziekten, onderzoek vaardigheden, kick-off afstuderen, presentatietechnieken en diverse longfunctie metingen.
  • Afstudeerdocent/ begeleider afstudeerscriptie.
  • Beoordelaar onderwijsmodules en vormgeving contactonderwijs.
Docent opleiding Mens en Techniek | Biometrie (16 uur/week), Zuyd Hogeschool te Heerlen
Taken en verantwoordelijkheden:
  • Vormgeven aan het onderwijs op het gebied van longziekten en de afstudeerspecialisatie longfunctie.
  • Stage coördinator afstudeerrichting longfunctie en het onderhouden van de contacten met ziekenhuizen.
  • Tutor/begeleider onderwijsgroepen anatomie, fysiologie en pathologie.
2009 - 2015: Wetenschappelijk onderzoek

Academisch Medisch Centrum/ Universiteit van Amsterdam afdeling Longziekten
Postdoctoraal onderzoeker (flexibel, periode 2013 - 2015)
Taken en verantwoordelijkheden:

  • Ondersteunende werkzaamheden bij patiëntgebonden onderzoek in opdracht van de farmaceutische industrie.
  • Begeleiden en initiëren van studies gerelateerd aan het academische proefschrift.
  • Promovenda (fulltime- periode 2009 - 2013)
    Taken en verantwoordelijkheden:

    • Opzetten en coördineren van een multicenter patiëntgebonden onderzoek binnen verschillende ziekenhuizen.
    • Opzetten en coördineren van onderzoeksprojecten binnen verschillende afdelingen in het AMC.
    • Bewaking van deadlines en rapporteren van voortgang onderzoek naar de betrokken partijen (hoogleraren, longartsen en sponsor).
    • Begeleiding en aansturing laboranten, longfunctie analisten en geneeskunde studenten in het kader van de dataverzameling en wetenschappelijke stages.
    • Statistische analyse en schrijven wetenschappelijke artikelen.
    • Presenteren van onderzoeksresultaten tijdens symposia en Internationale wetenschappelijke congressen.
    Overige werkervaring

    Slaapconsulent (14 uur/week, periode 2013 - 2014)
    TerGooi ziekenhuis te Hilversum

    Longfunctie analiste (fulltime- periode 2003 - 2009)
    Academisch Medisch Centrum/ Universiteit van Amsterdam afdeling Longziekten

    Zelfstandig uitvoeren van alle handelingen en diagnostische onderzoeken op de longfunctie afdeling.

    Apothekersassistente (fulltime- periode 1996 - 2002).
    Werkgevers: Academisch Medisch Centrum te Amsterdam en verschillende openbare apotheken.

    Opleidingen en cursussen

    2016 Verkorte didactische training.
    Opleidingsinstelling: Zuyd hogeschool

    2009 - 2013 Promotie onderzoek naar het ontstaan van astma op volwassen leeftijd.
    Faculteit geneeskunde, Universiteit van Amsterdam. Graad van doctor behaald.

    2006/09 - 2008/08 Universitaire masteropleiding klinische epidemiologie.
    Faculteit geneeskunde, Academisch Medisch Centrum/Universiteit van Amsterdam. Master titel behaald.

    2003/09 - 2006/06 HBO opleiding Longfunctie Analist.
    Opleidingsinstelling: LOI Bachelor titel behaald.

    1998/09 - 1999/09 Kaderopleiding management in de gezondheidszorg (HBO).
    Hogeschool van Utrecht.
    Clustercertificaat 1: Samenwerken binnen de organisatie.
    Clustercertificaat 2: Dagelijks leidinggeven aan het primaire proces op de eigen werkeenheid.

    1996/09 - 1999/07 Voortgezette opleiding Apothekersassistente.
    Koninklijke Nederlandse Maatschappij ter bevordering van de Farmacie (KNMP).
    Richtingen: Ziekenhuis farmacie, bereidingstechniek en farmacotherapie. Diploma’s behaald.

    1993/09 - 1996/06 MDGO
    Apothekersassistente. Diploma behaald.

    Wetenschappelijke publicaties

    1. JC de Groot, H Storm, M Amelink, SB de Nijs, E Eichhorn, B Reitsma, EH Bel, A ten Brinke. “Clinical profile of patients with adult- onset eosinophilic asthma”. ERJ Open Research 2016

    2. GA Westerhof, JC de Groot, M Amelink, SB de Nijs, A ten Brinke, EJM Weersink, EH Bel. “Predictors of frequent exacerbations in (ex) smoking and never smoking adults with severe asthma”. Respiratory Medicine 2016.

    3. JC de Groot, M Amelink, SB de Nijs, R Plaat, BH Reitsma, H Storm, EH Bel, A ten Brinke. “Risk factors for frequent severe exacerbations in late-onset eosinophilic astma. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2015

    4. GA Westerhof, DA Korevaar, M Amelink, SB de Nijs, JC de Groot, J Wang, EJM Weersink, A ten Brinke, PM Bossuyt, EH Bel. “Biomarkers to identify sputum eosinophilia in different adult asthma phenotypes”. European Respiratory Journal 2015.

    5. SB de Nijs, AH Wagener, R Lutter, AR Sousa, EJM Weersink, EH Bel, PJ Sterk. “External validation of serum periostin, FeNO and blood eosinophils as surrogates for sputum eosinophils in asthma”. Thorax 2014

    6. GA Westerhof, EM Vollema, EJM Weersink, SM Reinartz, SB de Nijs, EH Bel. “Predictors for the development of progressive severity in new-onset adult-asthma”. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2014

    7. SB de Nijs, LN Venekamp, EH Bel. “Adult-onset asthma- Is it really different? European Respiratory Review 2013

    8. M Amelink, SB de Nijs, JC de Groot, PMB van Tilburg, PI van Spiegel, FH Krouwels, R Lutter, AH Zwinderman, EJ Weersink, A ten Brinke, PJ Sterk, EH Bel. “Three phenotypes of adult-onset asthma”. Allergy 2013

    9. M Amelink, JC de Groot, SB de Nijs, R Lutter, PJ Sterk, A ten Brinke, EH Bel. “Severe adult-onset asthma: A distinct phenotype”. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2013

    10. M Amelink, SB de Nijs, M Berger, EJ Weersink, A ten Brinke, PJ Sterk, EH Bel. ”Non-atopic males with adult onset asthma are at increased risk of persistent airflow limitation”. Clinical and Experimental Allergy 2012

    11. SB de Nijs, N Fens, R Lutter, E Dijkers, FH Krouwels, BS Smids, RP van Steenwijk, PJ Sterk. ”Eosinophilic airway inflammation and mannitol challenge test in COPD”. Respiratory Research 2011

    12. SB de Nijs, N Fens*, S Peters, T Dekker, HH Knobel, TJ Vink, NP Willard, AH Zwinderman, FH Krouwels, HG Jansen, R Lutter, PJ Sterk. “Exhaled breath molecular profiling using an electronic nose identifies eosinophilic inflammation in COPD”. European Respiratory Journal 2011

    13. F Paulus, DP Veelo, SB de Nijs, L Beenen, P Bresser, B de Mol, JM Binnenkade, MJ Schultz. “Manual Hyperinflation Partly Prevents Reductions of Functional Residual Capacity in Cardiac Surgical Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial“. Critical Care 2011

    14. N Fens, AH Zwinderman, MP van der Schee, SB de Nijs, E Dijkers, AC Roldaan, D Cheung, EH Bel, PJ Sterk. “Exhaled breath profiling enables discrimination of COPD and asthma”. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2009

    15. Z Lazar, N Fens, J vd Maten, MP van der Schee. AH Wagener, SB de Nijs, E Dijkers, PJ Sterk. “Electronic nose breathprints are independent of acute changes in airway caliber in asthma”. Sensors 2010

    16. SB de Nijs, M Amelink, EJM Weersink, C Georgalas, J van de Berg, R Lutter, PJ Sterk, WJ Fokkens, EH Bel. “Chronic rhinosinusitis: predictor of the eosinophilc phenotype in adult-onset asthma”. Chapter 5 PhD thesis.

    17. SB de Nijs, M Amelink, BTJ van den Berg, FH Krouwels, AH Zwinderman, PJ Sterk, EJM Weersink, EH Bel. “Early phenotypes of newly diagnosed asthma in adults”. Chapter 4 PhD thesis.

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