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prof. dr. J.J.M. (Hans) van Delden Full Professor

  • Department of Public Health, Healthcare Innovation & Evaluation and Medical Humanities (PHM)
  • Julius Center Research Program Methodology

J.J.M. van Delden

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Biography

Johannes (Hans) van Delden is full professor of medical ethics at the University Medical Center of Utrecht University, the Netherlands and director of education of the same institute. There he also leads the project on patient and public participation for the hospital and for the academic research in the UMC Utrecht. He has worked for many years as a practicing nursing home physician. He has published widely on the practice and ethics of end-of-life decisions, research ethics, and ethical issues in the care for the elderly. He has built a strong research team which has created a strong track record in the ethics of end-of-life decisions, research ethics, and ethics of biomedical innovation. He is the chair of the International Bioethics Committee of UNESCO. He has served as the president of the Council of International Organisations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS), and as the chair of the workgroup for the revision of the CIOMS ethical guidelines for biomedical research.

Side Activities

  • 2010-heden                lid Centrale Commissie Mensgebonden Onderzoek

    2013-heden                voorzitter Toetsingscommissie Biobank UMC Utrecht

    1995-heden                Lid editorial board tijdschrift Bioethics

    2015-heden                President International Bioethics Committee (IBC) UNESCO

    2018-heden                voorzitter Ethics and Compliance Advisory Board (ECAB) van PatientsLikeMe (PLM) 

Fellowship and Awards

  • 1993                           Proefschrift bekroond met de C van der Meer-prijs

                                       voor medische ethiek

    2007                           Talma Eijkman prijs voor docent van het jaar

    2009                           ASB visiting professor University of Auckland (NZ)

    2015                           Nominatie UU docent van het jaar

Research Output (219)

Content analysis of Advance Directives completed by patients with advanced cancer as part of an Advance Care Planning intervention:insights gained from the ACTION trial

Zwakman Marieke, van Delden J J M, Caswell G, Deliens Luc, Ingravallo F, Jabbarian L J, Johnsen A T, Korfage I J, Mimić A, Arnfeldt C Møller, Preston N J, Kars M C, mrt 2020, In: Supportive Care in Cancer. 28 , p. 1513-1522 10 p.

Coping strategies of patients with advanced lung or colorectal cancer in six European countries:Insights from the ACTION Study

Jabbarian Lea J., Korfage Ida J., Červ Branka, van Delden Johannes J.M., Deliens Luc, Miccinesi Guido, Payne Sheila, Thit Johnsen Anna, Verkissen Mariëtte N., Wilcock Andrew, van der Heide Agnes, Rietjens Judith A.C., feb 2020, In: Psycho-Oncology. 29 , p. 347-355 9 p.

Physicians' experiences with euthanasia:A cross-sectional survey amongst a random sample of Dutch physicians to explore their concerns, feelings and pressure

Evenblij Kirsten, Pasman H. Roeline W., Van Delden Johannes J.M., Van Der Heide Agnes, Van De Vathorst Suzanne, Willems Dick L., Onwuteaka-Philipsen Bregje D. 17 dec 2019, In: BMC Family Practice. 20 , p. 177

Reanalysis of the physical and mental health summary scores of dialysis versus conservative care in older patients with advanced chronic kidney disease:A critical appraisal

Verberne Wouter R., Dijkers Janneke, Kelder Johannes C., Jellema Wilbert T., Van Delden Johannes J.M., Bos Willem Jan W. 4 nov 2019, In: BMC Research Notes. 12

The Rising Frequency of Continuous Deep Sedation in the Netherlands, a Repeated Cross-Sectional Survey in 2005, 2010, and 2015

Rietjens Judith A. C., Heijltjes Madelon T., van Delden Johannes J. M., Onwuteaka-Philipsen Bregje D., van der Heide Agnes nov 2019, In: Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. 20 , p. 1367-1372 6 p.

Regulatory sanctions for ethically relevant GCP violations

Bernabe Rosemarie de la Cruz, van Thiel Ghislaine J. M. W., Breekveldt Nancy S., Gispen Christine C., van Delden Johannes J. M. nov 2019, In: Drug Discovery Today. 24 , p. 2116-2119 4 p.

Irremediability Is Key

van Veen S. M.P., van Delden J. J.M. 3 okt 2019, In: American Journal of Bioethics. 19 , p. 59-60 2 p.

Advance care planning in patients with advanced cancer: results from the European 6 country, cluster-randomized ACTION trial

Korfage Ida, Miccinesi Guido, van Delden Johannes, Deliens Luc, Groenvold Mogens, Lunder Urska, Payne Sheila, Pollock Kristian, van der Heide Agnes, Rietjens Judith okt 2019, In: Quality of Life Research. 28 , p. S64-S64

Public and physicians' support for euthanasia in people suffering from psychiatric disorders: a cross-sectional survey study

Evenblij Kirsten, Pasman H. Roeline W., van der Heide Agnes, van Delden Johannes J. M., Onwuteaka-Philipsen Bregje D. 11 sep 2019, In: BMC Medical Ethics [E]. 20

Older patients' experiences with a shared decision-making process on choosing dialysis or conservative care for advanced chronic kidney disease: a survey study

Verberne Wouter R., Konijn Wanda S., Prantl Karen, Dijkers Janneke, Roskam Margriet T., van Delden Johannes J. M., Bos Willem Jan W. 16 jul 2019, In: BMC Nephrology. 20

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