Name
Namedr. MPM Bekker
FirstnameMarleen
Emailmarleen.bekker@wur.nl

Job details
DescriptionAssistant Professor
OrganizationDepartment of Social Sciences
Organization UnitHealth and Society
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Secretarial phone+31 317 482 184
Phone 2
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Visiting addressHollandseweg 1
6706KN, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room201/3057
Postal addressPostbus 8130
6700EW, WAGENINGEN
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Biography

Marleen Bekker is Assistant Professor in the chairgroup Health and Society. She holds a MSc degree in Health Policy and Administration from Maastricht University, and she received her PhD degree in health policy sciences at Erasmus University Rotterdam 2007. Currently she is project leader of a 6-year ZonMw funded evaluation study on the governance and
(assessed) impact of the innovative national All about Health programme, run from Maastricht University. She also supervises PhD candidates in several studies on integrated socio-
physical environment approaches to health. In the educational programme she coordinates and teaches the BSc course of Environmental Assets for Health. Finally, she is section president of the Public health practice and policy section of the European Public Health Association with about 2600 members.

www.linkedin.com/in/marleen-pm-bekker-2b529214


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  Marleen Bekker on Twitter
  Marleen Bekker on Linkedin

Publications
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Projects

1. Project coordinator and co-supervisor. Innovation, implementation and impact of a health movement 'All about Health...' 'Alles is Gezondheid...' 2018-2022, an action-oriented evaluation. Maastricht University, Dep. Health Services Research, prof.dr. Dirk Ruwaard.

https://www.zonmw.nl/nl/over-zonmw/innovatie-in-de-zorg/programmas/project-detail/preventieprogramma-5/innovatie-implementatie-en-impact-van-de-maatschappelijke-beweging-alles-is-gezondheid-201/verslagen/

2. Co-supervisor process evaluation. INDIGO: The impact of the Green Carpet and Blue Care in the Maastricht approach to reduce socioeconomic health inequalities. Universiteit Maastricht, dep. Gezondheidsbevordering, prof.dr. Stef Kremers.

https://www.zonmw.nl/nl/onderzoek-resultaten/preventie/programmas/project-detail/preventieprogramma-5/indigo-the-impact-of-the-green-carpet-and-blue-care-in-the-maastricht-approach-to-reduce-socioecono


Education

HSO20306 Environmental Assets for Health, course coordinator

CPT31006 Integral Approaches, lecturer

Ba and MSc theses supervision

Courses
  • CPT-38006 - Science Communication 2.0: Dialogue and Transdisciplinarity
  • HSO-20306 - Environmental Assets for Health
  • HSO-30306 - Health Policy and Action
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