JAIN’s Expert committee

JAIN’s multidisciplinary projects are developed in the form of private public partnership projects, involving end-users, people with amnesia and the system in which they participate; informal care, healthcare facilities, universities, High schools and the government in order to develop products that meet the demands of the end-users . To ensure that new scientific insights and the latest developed technologies are used in the projects, JAIN relies on its scientific advisory board and care specific governance support group..

JAIN is supported by a knowledge committee in which well-known experts participate:

  • Prof. dr. Erik Scherder, Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology, VU University Amsterdam]
  • Prof. dr. Dick Swaab, Professor Emeritus, Department of Anatomy, Embryology and Neurobiology, A’dam VUmc
  • Prof. dr. ir. Inald Lagendijk, professor of Computing-based Society, TU Delft
  • Roland de Wolf, DeWolfPact, chairman Patient Association Hersenschade.nl
  • Prof. dr. ir. Maarten Steinbuch, professor of Control Systems Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Prof. dr. Pieter Roelfsema, Professor of Neuroscience at VU and AMC, Dir. NL Brain Institute KNAW
  • Dr. Ton Bakker, Psychogeriatrician / SO (MD, PhD), director of the Science Balance Foundation, Lecturer Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
  • Prof. dr. Nick Ramsey, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University Medical Center Utrecht
  • Prof. dr. Tibor Bosse, Professor of Communication Science and Artificial Intelligence at Radboud University, Nijmegen
  • Prof. dr. ir. Marcel van Gerven, professor of Artificial Cognitive Systems, Radboud University, Nijmegen
  • Prof. dr. Rose-Marie Dröes, Professor of Psychosocial Care for People with Dementia, Amsterdam UMC, loc. VUmc
  • Prof. dr. Erik Buskens, Professor of Health Technology Assessment, Faculty of Medical Sciences / UMCG Groningen
  • Prof. dr. Anita Visser, Professor of Geriatric Dentistry, Faculty of Medical Sciences / UMCG, Groning
  • Prof. dr. Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Professor of Cognition and Affect in Human-Technology Interaction, Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Dr. Franka Meiland, INTERDEM board member, Senior Researcher, Department of Elderly Care  Medicine, Amsterdam UMC, loc VUmc
  • Prof. dr. Marjolein de Vugt, Professor of Psychosocial Innovations in Dementia, Maastricht University
  • Prof. dr. Lucas Noldus, Professor of Biophysics, Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior, Radboud Univ, Nijmegen
  • Prof. dr. Ellen Moors, Professor of Innovation and Sustainability, Utrecht University
  • Prof. dr. Mirella Minkman, Professor Innovation of Organization and Governance of Integrated Care, Tilburg University/TIAS
  • Prof. dr. Hilde Verbeek, Professor of Care Environment for Vulnerable Elderly, Maastricht University
  • Prof. dr. Debby Gerritsen, Professor of Well-being of Long-term Care, Radboud Univ, Nijmegen
  • Prof. dr. Raymond Koopmans, Professor of Geriatric Medicine for long-term care, Radboud Univ, Nijmegen
  • Prof. dr. Catholijn Jonker, Professor of Explainable Intelligence, Delft University of Technology

Political Administrative Advisory Group Jain

JAIN’s Political and Administrative Advisory Group is made up of directors from renowned healthcare institutions. This sounding board group studies political-administrative topics in the field of care-related business processes between politics, policy, society and the implementation of regulations and is supported in this by the scientific committee JAIN.

The advisory group develops visions and strategies, for example on the following points of attention:

  • How renewed care processes, supported by advanced technologies, can be used to organize care more effectively and efficiently.
  • How to maintain care for the elderly in the face of a shortage of carers.
  • How the current health care system can be redirected so that it is appropriate to continue to guarantee good care for the elderly in the future.

By means of thorough problem analyses, this administrative committee sees the common flow within healthcare. This allows the committee to give direction to JAIN projects.

The following individuals participate in the JAIN Political Administrative Advisory Group:

  • Conny Helder, Chairman of the Board tanteLouise
  • Dr. ir. Patricia Huijbregts, Chairman of the Board WZH
  • Dr. Martin den Hartog, Chairman of the Board AxionContinu
  • Drs. Thijs Houtappels, Chairman of the Board Zonnehuisgroep Amstelland
  • Saskia van Opijnen, Chairman of the Board Avoord

JAIN is realized in close cooperation with:

  • Alzheimer Nederland
  • Alzheimer Europa
  • INTERDEM
  • JAIN Real Life Fieldlabs
  • Trimbos, Dutch independent knowledge institute for alcohol, tobacco, drugs and mental health
  • Topcare, Dutch expertise centre to improve the quality of care and treatment
  • Mantelzorg Nederland, Institute for non professionals
  • Academische Fieldlabs
  • Amsterdam UMC, locatie VUMC, VU AI
  • NL AIC, Dutch AI Coalitie
  • Vilans. Knowledge institute for long-term care
  • ActiZ, Dutch association for healthcare organisations
  • TNO, Research & Technology Organization (RTO) in the Netherlands

 

 

 

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