D. Stalpers PhDAssistant Professor
- Department of Public Health, Healthcare Innovation & Evaluation and Medical Humanities (PHM)
Dr. Dewi Stalpers is a former ICU nurse and since December 2019 working as an assistant professor at the Julius Center (Health Care Innovation and Evaluation), University Medical Center Utrecht. Besides that she is in the project management of the research program RN2Blend at the Dutch Hospital Association (NVZ). On behalf of a consortium she was the principal applicant for funding of the research program RN2Blend by the Ministry of Health Welfare and Sports in which research is performed on the possibilities of skills level differentiation and role development of nurses in the Netherlands.
Research Output (7)
The methodological quality of nurse-sensitive indicators in Dutch hospitals:A descriptive exploratory research study
Kieft R A M M, Stalpers D, Jansen A P M, Francke A L, Delnoij D M J jul 2018, In: Health Policy. 122 , p. 755-764 10 p.
Nurse-perceived quality of care in intensive care units and associations with work environment characteristics:a multicentre survey study
Stalpers Dewi, Van Der Linden Dimitri, Kaljouw Marian J., Schuurmans Marieke J. 1 jun 2017, In: Journal of Advanced Nursing. 73 , p. 1482-1490 9 p.
Effective excellence in nursing:Bridging the gap between measurement of quality of nursing care and clinical reality
Stalpers D 20 sep 2016, 208 p.
Concordance between nurse-perceived quality of care and publicly reported by quality indicators
Stalpers D., Kieft R. A. M. M., van der Linden D., Kaljouw M. J., Schuurmans M. J. sep 2016, In: Journal of Advanced Nursing. 72 , p. 30-31
Concordance between nurse-reported quality of care and quality of care as publicly reported by nurse-sensitive indicators
Stalpers Dewi, Kieft Renate A M M, Van Der Linden Dimitri, Kaljouw Marian J., Schuurmans Marieke J. 6 apr 2016, In: BMC Health Services Research. 16
Using publicly reported nursing-sensitive screening indicators to measure hospital performance:the Netherlands experience in 2011
Stalpers Dewi, Van Der Linden Dimitri, Kaljouw Marian J., Schuurmans Marieke J. 2016, In: Nursing research. 65 , p. 362-370 9 p.
Associations between characteristics of the nurse work environment and five nurse-sensitive patient outcomes in hospitals:A systematic review of literature
Stalpers Dewi, de Brouwer Brigitte J M, Kaljouw Marian J., Schuurmans Marieke J. 1 jan 2015, In: International Journal of Nursing Studies. 52 , p. 817-835 19 p.