Eveline Wouters

Eveline Wouters

prof.dr.

  • Prof. Cobbenhagenlaan 125, Reitse Poort, room RP 229

    5037 DB Tilburg

    Netherlands

20172023

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As professor of technological innovations in health care Eveline Wouters is connected to the Technology Innovation Network of Tranzo. Her work focuses on the acceptance of innovations, especially technological innovations, by individuals and organisations in the context of healthcare. Research addresses factors that influence the use of technology by individuals, as well as process changes in health care organisations by disruptive technology, and knowledge of perspectives of different stakeholders as a result of new forms of collaboration including the use of technology.

 

Eveline Wouters is lector at Fontys University of Applied Science and involved in several (amongst others, PhD) projects. Topics are: technology use in health care, e.g. in dementia, stroke, older adults; user practices in the design of technology; multi stakeholder perspectives; technology acceptance theory, Normalisation Process Theory; research integrity; digital divide and health inequity.  

 

External positions

Advice (Stichting Brabant Advies)

1 Apr 20241 Apr 2028

Member supervisory board (ASVZ)

1 Jan 20231 Jan 2027

Member supervisory board (Prins Heerlijk)

1 Jan 20231 Jan 2027

Education (TIAS)

20 Apr 2022

Member Supervisory Board (Sevagram)

1 Sept 20201 Sept 2024

Supervisory Board (member) (Oktober)

1 Aug 20191 Aug 2027

Advisory Board (IGJ)

3 Aug 201522 May 2019

Supervisory Board (BrabantZorg)

1 Jan 201331 Dec 2020

Advisory board (PG raad)

1 Apr 201021 Dec 2022

Professor since 2013 (previous: teacher/ researcher) (Fontys Hogescholen)

1 Aug 1989 → …

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