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prof. dr. R.A.M.J. (Roger) Damoiseaux

Full Professor
prof. dr. R.A.M.J. (Roger) Damoiseaux
  • Department of General Practice

Biography

Biography

Roger Damoiseaux started his medical career in Africa. He worked for 4 years as a medical officer in a mission hospital in Malawi (Central Africa). Since 1995 he works as a general practitioner. In 2000 he finished his PhD thesis ‘acute otitis media in infancy in general practice, a therapeutic and prognostic study’. In 2011 he became a teacher at the specialty training in general practice at the University Medical Center in Utrecht. In 2013 he was appointed as head of the GP specialty training in Utrecht. In 2014 he was appointed as professor of General Practice at the University Medical Center in Utrecht.

His research focuses on the treatment of otitis media and upper respiratory tract infections in children. Further there is an ongoing search for prognostic factors for these medical problems. He also is involved in research on medical education.

He is co-author of professional guidelines and Cochrane reviews on otitis media and colorectal blood loss. He is member of the editorial board of the ‘Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde’ and the Cochrane group ‘acute respiratory infections’. From 2003 until 2007 he was member of the editorial board of ‘Huisarts en Wetenschap’. From 2007 until 2011 he was member of the Commission Pharmaceutical Help (CFH) of the Health Care Insurance Board (CVZ). From 2014 until 2016 he was a member of the Registration Board of Medical Specialists (RGS). From 2016 he is a member of the Legislative Board of Medical Specialists (CGS).

Side Activities

  • Member of the Legislative Board of Medical Specialists (CGS).

    Member of the editorial board of the ‘Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde’ and the Cochrane group ‘acute respiratory infections’

Research Output (141)

Is the time of calling helpful for differentiating transient ischaemic attack and stroke from mimics in primary care out-of-hours services?:A cross-sectional study

Erkelens Daphne Ca, Zwart Dorien L, van der Meer Gerben H, Wouters Loes Tcm, De Groot Esther, Damoiseaux Roger Amj, Hoes Arno W, Rutten Frans H 17 dec 2020, In: BMJ Open. 10 , p. e041408

Missed Acute Coronary Syndrome During Telephone Triage at Out-of-Hours Primary Care Lessons From A Case-Control Study

Erkelens Daphne C , Rutten Frans H, Wouters Loes, Kirkels Harmke, Poldervaart Judith, de Groot Esther, Damoiseaux Roger, Hoes Arno W., Zwart Dorien 14 dec 2020, In: Journal of Patient Safety.

Accuracy of telephone triage in patients suspected of transient ischaemic attack or stroke:a cross-sectional study

Erkelens Daphne C, Rutten Frans H, Wouters Loes T, Dolmans L Servaas, de Groot Esther, Damoiseaux Roger A, Zwart Dorien L 5 dec 2020, In: BMC Family Practice. 21 , p. 1-10

Pneumococcal conjugate vaccines for preventing acute otitis media in children

de Sévaux Joline Lh, Venekamp Roderick P, Lutje Vittoria, Hak Eelko, Schilder Anne Gm, Sanders Elisabeth Am, Damoiseaux Roger Amj 24 nov 2020, In: The Cochrane database of systematic reviews. 2020

Improving pain management in childhood acute otitis media in general practice:a cluster randomised controlled trial of a GP-targeted educational intervention

van Uum Rick T, Venekamp Roderick P, Zuithoff Nicolaas Pa, Sjoukes Alies, van de Pol Alma C, Schilder Anne Gm, Damoiseaux Roger Amj 24 aug 2020, In: The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners. 70 , p. E684-E695

Accuracy of telephone triage in primary care patients with chest discomfort:a cross-sectional study

Wouters Loes Tcm, Rutten Frans H, Erkelens Daphne Ca, De Groot Esther, Damoiseaux Roger Amj, Zwart Dorien Lm aug 2020, In: Open Heart. 7

Limited reliability of experts' assessment of telephone triage in primary care patients with chest discomfort

Erkelens D C, Rutten F H, Wouters L T, de Groot E, Damoiseaux R A, Hoes A W, Zwart D L 27 jul 2020, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 127 , p. 117-124 8 p.

Chest discomfort at night and risk of acute coronary syndrome:cross-sectional study of telephone conversations

Wouters Loes, Zwart Dorien, Erkelens Carmen, de Groot Esther, Damoiseaux Roger, Hoes Arno, Rutten Frans 1 jun 2020, In: The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners. 70 , p. 70

Missed acute coronary syndrome during telephone triage at out-of-hours primary care:lessons from a case-control study

Erkelens Carmen, Rutten Frans, Wouters Loes, de Groot Esther, Damoiseaux Roger, Hoes Arno, Zwart Dorien jun 2020, In: British Journal of General Practice. 70

GP trainees' perceptions on learning EBM using conversations in the workplace:a video-stimulated interview study

Welink Lisanne S, de Groot Esther, Pype Peter, Van Roy Kaatje, van den Wittenboer Iris D, Bartelink Marie-Louise E L, Damoiseaux Roger A M J 6 mei 2020, In: BMC Medical Education. 20

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