Thursday Program

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Thursday January 28th

Please note that all times are CET

12.00 - 13.00

Break

13.00 - 13.15

Opening of the conference

Ellen Smets - Chair of ARPH

13.15 - 14.05

KEYNOTE: Self-compassion and health during difficult times

Fuschia Sirois

15.05 - 15.30

Virtual coffee break & visit posters

16.45 - 17.45

Recap of 1st Day & Let's PubQuiz

11.00 - 12.00 hrs - Pre-conference Workshops

Workshop 1

Becoming an eCoach: a therapist training in internet-based cognitive-behavioral therapy for chronic somatic conditions

Jessy Terpstra & Rosalie van der Vaart

Workshop 2

SCOPE - How to deal with difficult people

Ligia Rosenstein

Workshop 3

Using video-vignettes in different research designs; why, how, and the future

Liesbeth van Vliet

14.05 - 15.05 hrs - Parallel Session 1

1A. Societal roles, Social relations and networks

Chair: Paula Mommersteeg

Sex and societal gender roles associated with psychological distress

Paula Mommersteeg

The role of dyadic interdependence in non-spousal caregiving dyads: a systematic review

Giulia Ferraris

Factors influencing the well-being of highly and non-distressed (medical) PhD-students

Hedwig Boer & Miranda Trippenzee

Changes in lifestyle (related) behaviours in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal survey study

Isabel Slurink

1B. Latest findings in Nudging Research

Chair: Nynke van der Laan

The Influence of Nudges on Autonomy: Does Transparency Matter?

Jonas Wachner

Motivated by Default - How nudges facilitate people to act in line with their motivation

Laurens van Gestel

The spillover effect of nudges

Merije van Rookhuijzen

Effects of suggestions and nudges in mobile self-scanning applications on healthy food choices in the supermarket – a field study

Nynke van der Laan

1C. Coping and Adaptation in Cancer Patients and Kidney Patients

Chair: Robbert Sanderman

Negative Illness Perceptions are Related to Poorer Health-Related Quality of Life Among Thyroid Cancer Survivors: Results From the Profiles Registry

Dounya Schoormans

Can cancer patients with depressive symptoms manage these symptoms themselves? The role of coping and social support

Esmee Bickel

Cognitive Bias Modification Training Targeting Fatigue in Kidney Patients: Patients and Health Care Professionals’ Perspectives

Jody Geerts

‘What matters to patients with chronic kidney disease?’ – What do patients prioritize and how can this be assessed and used in research and practice?

Judith Tommel

1D. Miscellaneous - a little bit of everything!

Chair: Ellen Smets

Patients with Ischemia but No Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease (INOCA) and physical activity; a qualitative study

Marielle Hartzema Meijer

Validity of a multidimensional psychosocial screener based on the ESC cardiovascular prevention guidelines – evidence from the general population

Sophie van den Houdt

Tuğçe Varol

15.30 - 16.45 hrs - Parallel Session 2

2A. E-health interventions for behaviour change

Chair: Henriët van Middendorp

Less carrot more stick: investigating deposit contract financial incentives for physical activity behavior change in a smartphone application

David de Buisonjé

Grocery-shopping with an overweight avatar: the effect of avatar bodyweight on (un-)healthy eating intentions

Nadine van der Waal

2B. Communication and patient-provider interaction

Chair: Marij Hillen

Factors influencing patients’ and healthcare professionals’ preferences for the management of low-risk ductal carcinoma in situ

Ellen Engelhardt

I do as the cardiologist says: The relationship between source credibility, message framing, and lifestyle change

Oncologists’ communicative approaches to discussing uncertainty with cancer patients: a focused qualitative analysis of second opinion consultations

Marij Hillen & Vicky Lehmann

Needs and preferences of breast cancer patients regarding shared decision making supported by risk information regarding post-treatment surveillance. (+demo)

Jet Ankersmid

2C. New avenues in psychological intervention research

Chair: Catherine Evers

Musicians playing live music for surgical patients through a tablet: the virtual MiMiC pilot

Pascal Mik

Adapting the AIMS intervention for female breast cancer survivors following adjuvant endocrine therapy based on the principles of intervention mapping

Anna Janssen

Bolstering self-control via an app: a factorial design

Hanneke Kip

Development of a gratitude app to support people struggling with the COVID-19 crisis (+ demo)

Noortje Kloos

2D. Decision-making related to vaccinations and treatments

Chair: Rob Ruiters

How doctors actually involve families in decisions to continue or discontinue life-sustaining treatment in neonatal, pediatric and adult intensive care: A qualitative study

Aranka Akkermans

The role of general practitioners and nurses in shared decision-making about palliative cancer treatment

Danique Bos

The Effect of Emotion Regulation Strategies on Decision-Making about the Maternal Pertussis Vaccination among Pregnant Women in the Netherlands.

Petra Buursma

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