dr. R. van der Graaf

Associate Professor

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

dr. R. van der Graaf

Research Programs


Her research interests are global justice in international research, the integration of care and research, fair subject selection and the ethics of innovative research designs.

Research Output (55)

Oncology patients were found to understand and accept the Trials within Cohorts design

Young-Afat Danny A., Gal Roxanne, Gerlich Sophie, Burbach Johannes P.M., van der Velden Joanne M., van den Bongard Desireé H.J.G., Intven Martijn P.W., Kasperts Nicolien, May Anne M., van der Graaf Rieke, van Gils Carla H., Verkooijen Helena M. 31 okt 2020, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 130 , p. 135-142 8 p.

The moral and legal status of Health Care Workers in Cluster Randomized Trials:a response to Weijer and Taljaard

van der Graaf Rieke, van Thiel Ghislaine J.M.W., de Hoop Esther Oomen, Moons Karel G.M., Grobbee Diederick E., van Delden Johannes J.M. dec 2019, In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 116 , p. 146-149 4 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

A systematic breakdown of the levels of evidence supporting the European Society of Cardiology guidelines

van Dijk Wouter B, Grobbee Diederick E, de Vries Martine C, Groenwold Rolf H H, van der Graaf Rieke, Schuit Ewoud 14 aug 2019, In: European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. 26 , p. 1944-1952 9 p.

Views and preferences of medical professionals and pregnant women about a novel primary prevention intervention for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy:a qualitative study

Vestering A, Bekker M N, Grobbee D E, van der Graaf R, Franx A, Crombag N M T, Browne J L 2 mei 2019, In: Reproductive health. 16

Voluntary Informed Consent Is Not Risk Dependent

Dekking Sara A.S., van der Graaf Rieke, Zwaan C. Michel, van Delden Johannes J.M. 3 apr 2019, In: American Journal of Bioethics. 19 , p. 33-35 3 p.

Stakeholders views on the ethical aspects of oocyte banking for third-party assisted reproduction:a qualitative interview study with donors, recipients and professionals

Kool E M, van der Graaf R, Bos A M E, Pieters J J P M, Custers I M, Fauser B C J M, Bredenoord A L 30 mrt 2019, In: Human Reproduction. 34 , p. 842-850 9 p.

A qualitative study on stakeholders' views on the participation of pregnant women in the APOSTEL VI study: a low-risk obstetrical RCT

van der Zande Indira S. E., Oudijk Martijn A., van Vliet-Lachotzki Elsbeth H., van Delden Johannes J. M., Verhave R 11 feb 2019, In: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 19 , p. 65

Post-trial Access in Maternal Vaccine Trials

Van Roessel I. M.A.A., Mazur N. I., Shah S. K., Bont L., Van Der Graaf R. 1 jan 2019, In: American Journal of Perinatology. 36 , p. S41-S47

The willingness to participate in biomedical research involving human beings in low- and middle- income countries:a systematic review

Browne Joyce L, Rees Connie O, van Delden Johannes J M, Agyepong Irene, Grobbee Diederick E, Edwin Ama, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, van der Graaf Rieke 18 dec 2018, In: Tropical medicine & international health. 24 , p. 264-279 16 p.

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