Publicaties 2023

  • Becqué, Y. N., Witkamp, E., Goossensen, A., Korfage, I. J., van Lent, L. G., Pasman, H. R., … & van der Heide, A. (2023). Grief after Pandemic Loss: Factors Affecting Grief Experiences (the CO-LIVE Study)(# 236876363). Journal of Loss and Trauma, 1-17.
  • L. Geuze, S. Schrevel, A. Goossensen (2023) “It is important that we also remain a person ourselves”: A qualitative study about the role of healthcare and social welfare services by Dutch parents caring for a child with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities at home, SSM – Qualitative Research in Health, 2023, 100326, ISSN 2667-3215, DOI: 10.1016/j.ssmqr.2023.100326.
  • Walshe, C., Pawłowski, L., Shedel, S., Vanderstichelen, S., Bloomer, M. J., Goossensen, A., … & Scott, R. (2023). Understanding the role and deployment of volunteers within specialist palliative care services and organisations as they have adjusted to the COVID-19 pandemic: A multi-national EAPC volunteer taskforce survey. Palliative Medicine, 37(2), 203-214.
  • Geuze, L., Goossensen, A., & Schrevel, S. (2023). “Continuously struggling for balance”: The lived experiences of Dutch parents caring for children with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 48(2), 161-171.
  • Vieveen, M. J. M., Yildiz, B., Korfage, I. J., Witkamp, F. E., Becqué, Y. N., van Lent, L. G. G., … & Goossensen, A. (2023). Meaning-making following loss among bereaved spouses during the COVID-19 pandemic (the CO-LIVE study). Death Studies, 1-9.
  • Geuze, L., & Goossensen, A. (2023). Caring for children with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: images and metaphors expressed by Dutch parents. Disability & Society, 1-19.
  • Zee, MS., Bagchus, L., Becque, YN., Witkamp, E., van der Heide, A., van Lent, LGG., Goossensen, A., Korfage, IJ., Onwuteaka-Philipsen, BD. & Pasman, HR. (2023). Impact of COVID-19 on care at the end of life during the first months of the pandemic from the perspective of healthcare professionals from different settings: a qualitative interview study (the CO-LIVE study). BMJ open, 13(3), e063267.
  • Baalen, CANV., Witkamp, FE., Korfage, IJ., Pasman, HR., Becqué, YN., Zee, MS., van der Heide, A., Onwuteaka-Philipsen, BD.. & & Goossensen, A., (2023). Relatives’ grief at three moments after death of a loved one during COVID-19 pandemic (the CO-LIVE study). Death Studies, 1-10.