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dr. ir. E. (Ewoud) Schuit

Assistant Professor
dr. ir. E. (Ewoud) Schuit
  • Department of Epidemiology
  • Julius Center Research Program Methodology

Biography

Biography

Currently I mainly focus on the evaluation of healthcare innovations, but also the innovation of evaluation of healthcare innovations. I do this as a core member of The Healthcare Innovation Center (THINC. www.thinc.healthcare), a center that is part of the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, and that aims to assess the efficacy, usability, cost-effectiveness, and impact after implementation of healthcare innovations, therby enabling to fasttrack promising innovations and to halt innovativons that may not be that useful afterall.

My other scientific work on the one hand includes empirical studies aimed at enhancing personalized management, mainly by using (network) meta-analysis and prognostic modeling. I have conducted and am involved in several large international individual participant data (IPD) meta-analyses in the focus is generally on subgroup effects, and I've reviewed, developed and validated numerous clinical prediction models. On the other hand my work focuses on methodology for prediction research and IPD (network) meta-analysis, with again a focus on subgroup analysis to identify individuals that may benefit from treatment more than others. Additionally I serve as a methodologist/consultant in the Dutch Consortium for Healthcare Evaluation and Research in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (www.studies-obsgyn.nl).

Research Output (111)

The Duty to Support Learning Health Systems:A Broad Rather than a Narrow Interpretation

van der Graaf R, van Dijk Wouter, Laurijssen Sara J M, Schuit Ewoud, Grobbee DE, de Vries Martine C jan 2021, In: The American Journal of Bioethics. 21 , p. 14-16 3 p.

Prediction models for COVID-19 clinical decision making

Leeuwenberg Artuur M, Schuit Ewoud okt 2020, In: The Lancet Digital Health. 2 , p. e496-e497 10 p.

Key challenges in normal tissue complication probability model development and validation:towards a comprehensive strategy

Van den Bosch Lisa, Schuit Ewoud, van der Laan Hans Paul, Reitsma Johannes B, Moons Karel G M, Steenbakkers Roel J H M, Hoebers Frank J P, Langendijk Johannes A, van der Schaaf Arjen 23 apr 2020, In: Radiotherapy & Oncology. 148 , p. 151-156 6 p.

Prediction models for diagnosis and prognosis of covid-19 infection:systematic review and critical appraisal

Wynants Laure, Van Calster Ben, Bonten Marc M J, Collins Gary S, Debray Thomas P A, de Jong VMT, De Vos Maarten, Haller Maria C, Heinze Georg, Moons Karel G M, Riley Richard D, Schuit Ewoud, Smits Luc J M, Snell Kym I E, Steyerberg Ewout W, Wallisch Christine, van Smeden Maarten 7 apr 2020, In: BMJ (Clinical research ed.). 369

Replacing physical with virtual genetic tests:The importance of conscious methodological decisions

van Dijk Wouter B, Schuit Ewoud 10 mrt 2020, In: European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. 27 , p. 1637-1638 2 p.

Study protocol for a randomised trial for atosiban versus placebo in threatened preterm birth:The APOSTEL 8 study

Klumper Job, Breebaart Wouter, Roos Carolien, Naaktgeboren Christiana A., Van Der Post Joris, Bosmans Judith, Van Kaam Anton, Schuit Ewoud, Mol Ben W., Baalman Jelle, McAuliffe Fionnuala, Thornton Jim, Kok Marjolein, Oudijk Martijn A. 26 nov 2019, In: BMJ Open. 9 6 p.

Prognostic models for adverse pregnancy outcomes in low-income and middle-income countries:a systematic review

Heestermans Tessa, Payne Beth, Kayode Gbenga Ayodele, Amoakoh-Coleman Mary, Schuit Ewoud, Rijken Marcus J., Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Bloemenkamp Kitty, Grobbee Diederick E., Browne Joyce L. 30 okt 2019, In: BMJ global health. 4

Inter- and intra-observer variability in fetal ductus venosus blood flow measurements in high-risk fetuses at 26-32 weeks

Bruin Clara M, Ganzevoort Wessel, Schuit Ewoud, Mensing van Charante Nico A, Wolf Hans 22 okt 2019, In: European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. 243 , p. 67-71 5 p.

Child outcomes after placement of a cervical pessary in women with a multiple pregnancy: A 4-year follow-up of the ProTWIN trial

Simons Noor E., van de Beek Cornelieke, van der Lee Johanna H., Opmeer Brent C., van Wassenaer-Leemhuis Aleid G., van Baar Anneloes L., Steenis Leonie, Liem Sophie, Schuit Ewoud, Bekedam Dick, Mol Ben W. J., van't Hooft Janneke okt 2019, In: Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. 98 , p. 1292-1300 9 p.

Limits of the cardiovascular knowledge base: results from a systematic analysis of the evidence substantiating the European Society of Cardiology clinical practice guidelines

Van Dijk W. B., Schuit E., De Vries M. C., Van Der Graaf R., Grobbee D. E. okt 2019, In: European heart journal. 40 , p. 3580-3580

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