Marije studied Medicine at the University of Utrecht. After graduating in 2006, she worked as a resident doctor for four years. In 2010 she started a masters in “Evidence Based Practice” at the University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam Medical Center), in which she obtained her degree and title of Clinical Epidemiologist in 2013. After working on several primary care related research projects, she started a PhD on transitional patient safety at the Julius Center (Utrecht Medical Center, Utrecht University). This work focused on measuring and improving patient safety during patient transitions between general practice and hospital, such as referral, discharge and concomitant care at general practice and hospital outpatient department. During this PhD, she developed multiple measurement tools and a linked database containing data from both general practice and hospital. In 2018 she obtained her PhD.
Marije joined the Primary Care Unit at the University of Cambridge in 2018 as a Research Associate with CanTest. Her main focus will be early diagnostics in colorectal cancer.
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University of Cambridge, UK
Epidemiology, patient safety, continuity of care, routine data, data analysis
- International comparison of FIT use across the globe in primary care symptomatic patients: A narrative view
- Establishing the diagnostic accuracy, acceptability and cost-effectiveness of haemoglobin in faecal immunochemical tests (FITs) in the English primary care symptomatic population: a cohort study in the East of England
- Establishing the diagnostic accuracy of haemoglobin in faecal immunochemical tests (FITs) and establishing a receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve for FITs in the English primary care symptomatic population: A cohort study in the South West of England
- International dataset inventory for the CanTest collaborative