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dr. J. (Janjaap) van der Net

Associate Professor
dr. J. (Janjaap) van der Net
  • Clinical Health Sciences
  • Child Development and Exercise patient care

Research Programs

Child Health

Biography

Biography

Dr Van der Net graduated from the Dutch institute for Higher Education at Utrecht with a BSc. in Physical Therapy in 1979. In 1984, Dr Van der Net was among the first students to enter the first comprehensive pediatric physical therapy course (3yrs) in the Netherlands (now MSc. pediatric physical therapy). In 1987 he  graduated as Pediatric Clinical Specialist (PCS) and became a registered Pediatric Clinical Specialist in the Netherlands. In 1983 he did an internship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada, with a special focus on Musculoskeletal conditions and pediatric burns. In 1993 he started his PhD work on clinimetrics and functional outome in childhood rheumatic conditions, and in 1995 he received his  PhD. on the thesis: Functional Aspects in Childhood Rheumatic Conditions. In 2010, he succeeded Dr Paul Helders, as head of the Center for Child Development, Exercise and physical literacy at the University Children’s Hospital.  As from 2010 he tutors students of the second year MSc. in Clinical Health Sciences with their MSc-thesis towards their graduation since then. In 2014 he was assigned to associate professor in Pediatrics and in Clinical Health Sciences. In 2014 he received his Advanced Teaching Certificate at the Utrecht University. From 2014 -2019 he was director of the Child Health Services at the University Children's Hospital. Currently he still holds the position of head Center for Child Development, Exercise and physical literacy at the University Children’s Hospital. 

 

Side Activities

Currently he holds an international position as Co-Chair for the International Prophylaxis Study Group (the IPSG; http://ipsg.ca); November 2014

As from 2019 he is member of the scientific committe of the Dutch association of pediatric physiotherapy.

 

Fellowship and Awards

Recipient of:

Nationale Reuma prijs 1998

Research Output (210)

Design strategies for promoting young children’s physical activity:A playscapes perspective

Boon Boudewijn, Rozendaal Marco C., van den Heuvel-Eibrink Marry M., van der Net Janjaap, van Grotel Martine, Stappers Pieter Jan dec 2020, In: International Journal of Design. 14 , p. 1-18 18 p.

Evaluating international Haemophilia Joint Health Score (HJHS) results combined with expert opinion:Options for a shorter HJHS

Kuijlaars Isolde A R, van der Net Janjaap, Feldman Brian M, Aspdahl Magnus, Bladen Melanie, de Boer Wypke, Cuesta-Barriuso Rubén, Matlary Ruth E D, Funk Sharon M, Hilliard Pamela, John Judy A, Kempton Christine L, de Kleijn Piet, Manco-Johnson Marilyn, Petrini Pia, Poonnoose Pradeep, St-Louis Jean, Thomas Sylvia, Timmer Merel A, Trakymiene Sonata Saulyte, van Vlimmeren Leo, Fischer Kathelijn 15 okt 2020, In: Haemophilia. 26 , p. 1072-1080 9 p.

Sports participation and sports injuries in Dutch boys with haemophilia

Versloot Olav, Timmer Merel A., de Kleijn Piet, Schuuring Marleen, van Koppenhagen Casper F., van der Net Janjaap, Fischer Kathelijn 4 apr 2020, In: Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. 30 , p. 1256-1264 9 p.

499 HEMOPHILIA JOINT HEALTH SCORES (HJHS): PERFORMANCE OF THE HJHS IN DIFFERENT POPULATIONS

Kuijlaars Isolde, van der Net Janjaap, Feldman Brian, Fischer Kathelijn 2020, In: Haemophilia. 26 , p. 85-85

Combining real-life HJHS data and expert opinion to work towards a more compact version of the HJHS

Kuijlaars Isolde A. R., van der Net Janjaap, Feldman Brian M., Aspdahl Magnus, Bladen Melanie, de Boer Wypke, Cuesta-Barriuso Ruben, Matlary Ruth E. D., Funk Sharon M., Hilliard Pamela, John Judy A., de Kleijn Piet, Manco-Johnson Marily, Petrini Pia, Poonnoose Pradeep, St-Louis Jean, Thomas Sylvia, Timmer Merel A., SaulyteTrakymiene Sonata, van Vlimmeren Leo, Fischer Kathelijn 2020, In: Haemophilia. 26 , p. 85-85

Commentary on "Health-Related Quality of Life in Children With Chronic Illness Compared to Parents:A Systematic Review"

Schuuring Marleen, van der Net Janjaap 1 okt 2019, In: Pediatric physical therapy : the official publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association. 31 , p. 322-322 1 p.

The Paediatric Haemophilia Activities List (pedHAL) in routine assessment:changes over time, child-parent agreement and informative domains

Kuijlaars Isolde A.R., van der Net Janjaap, Schutgens Roger E.G., Fischer Kathelijn 16 aug 2019, In: Haemophilia. 25 , p. 953-959 7 p.

Sports participation and sports injuries in relation to age and severity in young persons with haemophilia

Versloot O., van der Net J., Fischer K. feb 2019, In: Haemophilia. 25 , p. 148-148

Finding the smallest detectable change (SDC) of the haemophilia activities list (HAL): preliminary results

Kuijlaars Isolde, van der Net Janjaap, Schutgens Roger E, Fischer Kathelijn feb 2019, In: Haemophilia. 25 , p. 109-110

Healthy play, better coping:The importance of play for the development of children in health and disease

Nijhof Sanne L., Vinkers Christiaan H., van Geelen Stefan M., Duijff Sasja N., Achterberg E. J.Marijke, van der Net Janjaap, Veltkamp Remco C., Grootenhuis Martha A., van de Putte Elise M., Hillegers Manon H.J., van der Brug Anneke W., Wierenga Corette J., Benders Manon J.N.L., Engels Rutger C.M.E., van der Ent C. Kors, Vanderschuren Louk J.M.J., Lesscher Heidi M.B. 1 dec 2018, In: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 95 , p. 421-429 9 p.

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