dr. J.M. (Janneke) de Man

dr. J.M. (Janneke) de Man

Associate Professor
dr. J.M. (Janneke) de Man
  • Julius Center, dept. General Practice & Nursing Science



Janneke de Man-van Ginkel is Associate Professor Nursing Science at the University Medical Center Utrecht. She worked as a nurse and a clinical nurse specialist from 1995-2007. During the last year of the Masters’ Nursing Sciences (Masters degree obtained in 2008), she started with her PhD research focusing on early detection of depression after stroke (defended 2012, Utrecht University). She obtained her Master of Science degree in Epidemiology at the University Medical Center Utrecht in 2011.

The main focus of her research is on optimizing patients’ recovery and participation in society after an (acute) disabling disease, such as stroke. To achieve this, she focuses on two distinct but reciprocal research areas: a) maintaining and restoring independence in the daily life and promoting physical functioning, and b) preventing or reducing the psychosocial disorders that impede recovery. 

Since 2014, she is the program coordinator of the Masters’ Nursing Science, program of Clinical Health Sciences, University Utrecht (annual graduation forty to fifty students). 

She is fellow of the European Academy of Nursing Science (EANS) and member of the Dutch Nurses' Association, the European Stroke Organization (ESO), the European Association of Neuroscience Nursing (EANN), and the Honour Society of Nursing Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI). In 2016 she was selected for a prestigious Leadership program for Nurse Scientists.





Research Output (61)

A case study of an individual participant data meta-analysis of diagnostic accuracy showed that prediction regions represented heterogeneity well

de Lara Aurelio López Malo Vázquez, Bhandari Parash Mani, Wu Yin, Levis Brooke, Thombs Brett, Benedetti Andrea, Sun Ying, He Chen, Krishnan Ankur, Neupane Dipika, Negeri Zelalem, Imran Mahrukh, Rice Danielle B., Riehm Kira E., Saadat Nazanin, Azar Marleine, Boruff Jill, Cuijpers Pim, Gilbody Simon, Ioannidis John P.A., Kloda Lorie A., McMillan Dean, Patten Scott B., Shrier Ian, Ziegelstein Roy C., Akena Dickens H., Arroll Bruce, Ayalon Liat, Baradaran Hamid R., Beraldi Anna, Bombardier Charles H., Butterworth Peter, Carter Gregory, Chagas Marcos H., Chan Juliana C.N., Cholera Rushina, Chowdhary Neerja, Clover Kerrie, Conwell Yeates, de Man-van Ginkel Janneke M., Delgadillo Jaime, Fann Jesse R., Fischer Felix H., Fung Daniel, Gelaye Bizu, Goodyear-Smith Felicity, Greeno Catherine G., Hall Brian J., Härter Martin, Hegerl Ulrich, 7 Jun 2023, In: Scientific Reports. 13

The struggle is real—A mixed qualitative methods synthesis of challenges in nursing care in activities of daily living

Cremer Svenja, de Man-van Ginkel Janneke M., Zwakhalen Sandra M.G., Willems Jules, Metzelthin Silke F., Veenstra Marja Y., Bleijlevens Michel H.C. 2023, In: Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 55 , p. 1092-1105 14 p.

Nursing leadership to facilitate patient participation in fundamental care:An ethnographic qualitative study

Bahlman-van Ooijen Wilmieke, van Belle Elise, Bank Arnold, de Man-Van Ginkel Janneke, Huisman-de Waal Getty, Heinen Maud 24 Jun 2022, In: Journal of Advanced Nursing. 79 , p. 1044-1055 12 p.

Effect, economic and process-evaluation of a generic function focused care program for long-term care; study protocol of a multicenter cluster-randomized trial

Vluggen Stan, Metzelthin Silke, Lima Passos Valeria, Zwakhalen Sandra, Huisman-de Waal Getty, de Man-van Ginkel Janneke 19 May 2022, In: BMC Nursing. 21 , p. 1-14

Geriatric Falls:A Registry-Based Study in the Netherlands

Verbeek Frank H.O., Ham Wietske H.W., Verbeek André L.M., de Man-van Ginkel Janneke M., van Os-Medendorp Harmieke, Westers Paul, Leenen Luke P.H. 1 May 2022, In: Journal of Trauma Nursing. 29 , p. 111-118 8 p.

Association Between Self-care and Resilience:A Cross-sectional Study in Heart Failure Patients

van Rijn Michelle M, Jaarsma Tiny, de Man-van Ginkel Janneke M, Weldam Saskia W M 5 Apr 2022, In: European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 38 , p. E70-E77

Depression in Stroke Survivors:Ten-Year Follow-Up. Determinants of the Natural Course of Depressive Symptoms in Stroke Survivors in the Netherlands: The SMART-Medea Study

de Bekker A., Geerlings M. I., Uitewaal-Poslawsky I. E., de Man-van Ginkel J. M. Mar 2022, In: Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. 31

Extended mobility scale (AMEXO) for assessing mobilization and setting goals after gastrointestinal and oncological surgery:a before-after study

Boerrigter José L., Geelen Sven J.G., van Berge Henegouwen Mark I., Bemelman Willem A., van Dieren Susan, de Man-van Ginkel Janneke M., van der Schaaf Marike, Eskes Anne M., Besselink Marc G. 2 Feb 2022, In: BMC Surgery. 22

Function focused care in hospital:A mixed-method feasibility study

Kok Selma, de Man-van Ginkel Janneke M., Verstraten Carolien, Resnick Barbara, Metzelthin Silke F., Bleijenberg Nienke, Schoonhoven Lisette Nov 2021, In: International Journal of Nursing Studies Advances. 3 , p. 1-15

Nurses’ perceptions of their role with respect to promoting physical activity in adult patients:a systematic review

van Hell-Cromwijk Marlies, Metzelthin Silke F., Schoonhoven Lisette, Verstraten Carolien, Kroeze Willemieke, de Man van Ginkel Janneke M. Sep 2021, In: Journal of Clinical Nursing. 30 , p. 2540-2562 23 p.

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