In order to raise money for a to be founded scientific Talent4Research Fund, the AMOR & PSYCHE project will initiate music, dance, art, film and creativity events you can participate in or donate to. If you are interested in sponsoring an event, please contact us! See also under News for the fundraise page at the Bontius Foundation (Leiden Academic Medical Centre; LUMC).
M.J. van Hoof and C.I. Gelderblom participated in the EPISCA study, which results have been published, see https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marie_Jose_Van_Hoof/research. You can download articles there. The PhD defence took place on November 21, 2019.
In the future we may ask you to participate in new research studies. It is your free choice whether or not to participate and it does not influence your regular treatment at iMindU.
Teammembers participate in teaching workshops and at conferences.
GPs, (mental) health professionals, youth professionals, international schools, (international) businesses and organizations, embassies, universities for their (international) students, courts and lawyers may seek advice for their patients or clients. You can reach us when needed and we will try to answer or advice at that moment or a.s.a.p. at a suitable time.
For international schools: we support the Safe Passage program, initiated by Doug Ota, see https://www.dougota.nl/the-book and Safe Passage Across Networks https://www.facebook.com/SafePassageAcrossNetworks/
Also, we offer a Global Transitions Portfolio so that international moves and school changes are well informed by reliable, systematic and continuous diagnostics and schoolresults and face-to-face or online treatment if necessary. That way, your child’s medical record file and integrated schoolresults are available throughout his or her development, wherever you go.
Participation in policymaking
Team members participate in policymaking at professional societies, e.g. M.J. van Hoof in the Dutch Association for Psychiatry (NVvP), the Dutch Association for Psychotrauma (NtVP), the Dutch Knowledge Centre (Kenniscentrum Kinder- en Jeugdpsychiatrie) and the national program to combat child abuse and neglect Geweld Hoort Nergens Thuis (GHNT) from the Ministery of Health.