Name: Annemiek J. Linn
PhD: Expected in 2013, University of Amsterdam
Promotor: Prof. Dr. Edith Smit
Co-promotor: Dr. Julia van Weert & Dr. Liset van Dijk (NIVEL)
MSc: 2008, University of Amsterdam
Interests: After graduation, I was involved as junior-researcher in two research projects. In 2009 I presented the pilot study of my PhD project on the NECCO congress of the European Crohn & Colitis Organization and received a ‘Best Abstract Award’ for the abstract of my presentation ‘Promoting recall of information and treatment adherence in IBD patients’.
Research: The PhD project aims at understanding the effectiveness of tailored health communication in a field where medication non-adherence is one of the major health risks. Additionally it aims to improve recall of information and treatment adherence in IBD patients.
Teaching: Gezondheidsvoorlichting en gedragsverandering, Coordinator Communciatie en Sociale Beinvloeding, Gezondheidsvoorlichting, Practicum Mondelinge en Schriftelijke Vaardigheden, Practicum Academische Vaardigheden, Communicatie Advies, Communicatie Ethiek, Practicum Literatuur en Empirisch Onderzoek.
The program Persuasive Communication addresses those communication processes that are intended to achieve specific persuasive goals, as is the case in, for instance, marketing communication, health education, and public information campaigns. The research is aimed at understanding the dynamics that shape uses and effects of mediated persuasive communication. Read more >>
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