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1978, Investigation of proteins by means of Immunologic Techniques

Script, Scientific study, St Radboud University Hospital, Nijmegen, Netherlands

SUMMARY: The script you find a description of  the techniques, with which immunologic proteins  are investigated by an old process, called immune-electrophoresis. Behaviour of the known immune globulins in the electrophoresis techniques have been explained. Illnesses,  related to disturbances in immune globulins have been discussed.

1979, Script, Problems and Possibilities of the epileptic patient

Study as a student, to round off the subject of Social Medicine, St Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands, Prof. Dr. A.Th. L. M. Mertens

SUMMARY: Problems, the epileptic patient is confronted with, have been elucidated. Problems concern the fields of neurology, psychiatry and social medicine. Special attention has been given to the effects on the personality of the epileptic patient. 

1980, Medical Family Report

Script, Study of a case as a medical student in a General Practitioner’s practice, University General Practitioner’s Institute, Nijmegen, Netherlands

SUMMARY:  A family with repeated medical problems were chosen for further attention. Aim of this attention should be:  a better insight in the underlying problems of this family. The outcome of three visits, in three weeks, was, that the family was very satisfied about the shown attention.  A  positive influence could be established. The investigation brought a better insight in the situation and in the repeated medical problems.

1981, Presentation

Discussion around the subject of Advanced Ovarian Cancer, Pathology Department, Wilhelmina Gasthuis, Prof. Dr. W.C. Wagenvoort

SUMMARY:  Discussion, handling the article, written by Robert Ozols et alii, which appeared In 1980 in Cancer, 45:572-581. Study of prognostic and therapeutic importance of histologic grades for patients with advanced ovarian cancer has been discussed. The study suggests, that for further investigation of the profit of chemotherapy treatment, cytology grades and growing patron of the tumours have to be considered.

1987, Lymph Node Metastases without a primary origin

  1. Presentation at the Meeting with specialists of the Ear Nose Throat Division of the Institute Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France
  2. Presentation at the meeting of the Dutch Society of Pathologists, Venlo, Netherlands

SUMMARY: 141 cases of cervical lymph nodes with metastatic tumour without a possible primary tumour found, were reviewed.  Only in a small quantity of cases the primary tumour will be found, in this series in 14 % of the cases. When autopsy occurs, the chance of finding the original primary  tumour  will not be better. The first treatment of a finding of a metastatic (cervical) lymph node is chirurgical, even when the primary origin could not be found. 

1987, Intracerebral Lymphomas and the Reaction of Astrocytes

Poster at the Meeting of French Pathologists Association, Paris, France
SUMMARY: 39 cases, diagnosed as intracerebral lymphoma in the years 1970-86 have been reviewed. Especially the astrocytes have been studied, for which immunochemical techniques and electron microscopy were used. Further investigation of brain tissue from patients, susceptible to develop an intracerebral lymphoma has been recommended to look for a possible link with an acting agent,(viral/genetic?, see reports in literature), responsible for the development of a lymphoma and astrocytic changes in the brain.

1998, International exchanges,  new acquaintances

Presentation at the 25th International Congress on Science, Culture and Arts of ABI/IBC, Seminar on International Issues, New Orleans, USA
SUMMARY: It is fascinating working together with people of another (religious) background, amidst of intensive scientific research and clinical activities. And that’s what I did during my years of working as a researcher and assistant pathologist in Paris and Leiden in the 1980ies. I brought slights from several studies. Through the years, medicine  has shown an important development, as shown with the slides.

1998, Intracerebral  Lymphomas and the Reaction of Astrocytes, poster in Exhibition

Gallery, 25th International Congress on Science, Culture and Arts of ABI/IBC, New Orleans, USA
SUMMARY: see poster 1987, Meeting of French Pathologists Association, Paris, France

2002, Repetitive Strain Injury as an example of an occupational illness 

Poster at  the 10th International Congress on Occupational Health Services 2002, Amsterdam, Netherlands

SUMMARY: There are several conditions, in which repetitive strain injuries  may develop. These are: The position of the employee during his work, ergonomic conditions. Both psychological and surrounding factors may have an important influence on the way employees  take place behind their desk or machine, being the cause of tension of their muscles and also of their mind.  Typical signs which lead to the diagnosis, include: combinations of type of occupation, workload, complaints of deafness feelings, stiffness, headaches.  Measures to be taken are: multidisciplinary approach, working rehabilitation, preventive measures.  Treatment depends of the seriousness of the illness, but has to include preventive measures and information of the management team. This presentation has to be seen as a statement from daily practice of occupational health service.

2004, Het Verzuimgesprek

Script to round off the basis course of Counselling and Coaching, Academical Year 2003-2004, Benelux-University Center, Antwerp/Eindhoven/Luxembourg

SUMMARY:  A positive effect may be attained by training of managers of a company in having an interview with their employees.  A consultation with an employee has to be considered as a happening, for which several values from psychology, coaching, and counselling, are playing an important role. The absenteeism conversation is such a happening.

2004, Repetitive Strain Injury

Poster International Congress on Arts, Communications and Science, IBA/IBC, Dublin, Ireland

SUMMARY: see poster International Congress of Occupational Health, (ICOH) Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2002

2005, The role of coaching in a business, especially in the case of an illness report

Presentation at the 31th International Congress on Science, Culture and Arts of ABI/IBC, Seminar on Education and Culture, Hawaii, USA

SUMMARY:  It is important to the employer to find out if the employee is in balance with his work and how he is dealing with his working surroundings. It is important to know about the appreciation by the employee of his remuneration and how he copes with the stress, the working  load is giving him. When the employer is running to a problem, which has been developed by a fault in the organization, the absenteeism conversation is the exquisite source to get clearness.

2005, The stress model as a point of reference for the health of the employee

Presentation at the 31th International Congress on Science, Culture and Arts of ABI/IBC, Seminar on Science and Medicine, Hawaii, USA
SUMMARY: There are several ways in which a person, an employee, may get into stressful situations. These situations have been brought in different models, called stress-models. Stress may be positive and negative. When a stressful situation continues for a long time, the development of heart problems or another unhealthy state, will be the result. A situation without stress is called a flow situation.

2005, Het Verzuimgesprek/The Absenteeism Conversation, Publication, AuthorHouse Bloomington, Indiana, USA

2005, De Toepasbaarheid van Enkele Stressmodellen

De Toepasbaarheid van Enkele Stressmodellen en de relatie met verander- en stressmanagement in de werksituatie/ The Applicability of several stress models and the relation to Change- and Stress management in the Working Situation, Publication Author House, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Script: Het Verzuimgesprek, Script, study Counseling & Coaching, Benelux University Centre, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 2004

2008, Social Enterprise, Presentation at the Inaugural World Forum ABI/IBC, Oxford, 2008

SUMMARY: I gave some ideas of how a company may be organised, taking in mind the importance  of social context in the world which you may find in the surroundings of the company, the outer world.  Also I wanted to give an idea of the influence of the situation inside the company.  The inner culture, the social context inside between the colleagues, between the managers and the employees, which together  determine the inner world.
The employee may  develop in 15 % of the cases some psychological problems. Personal attention is important to bring this disturbance to a rapid solution. A way has been developed to the prevention of physical and psychological illnesses: the health check. The better lifestyle may be helpful to develop a better personal effectiveness.

2009, The development of stress

Lovran, Croatia, 5th International Symposium on Art and Science in Life Potential Development

SUMMARY: The development of stress in the individual needs a special attention of the  employer. Creating a  social interaction on the working place is an important way of prevention of development of stress. The employer has the duty to develop a “durable”  working environment. Politics, economical factors and environmental conditionsmay form an essential contribution to the development of a healthy individual.

2010, Neuromath in Practice

17th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Dubrovnik, Croatia, discussion proposal new Cost Action program, Workshop

European  COST Action Neuromath (BM 601), parallel session called: Neurodynamic insight into functional  connectivity, cognition and consciousness
SUMMARY: Neuropsychological investigation should contain quantitative and qualitative methods for planning of a rehabilitation program. Brain science institutes may be helpful in looking for a better definition of the status of the brain functions and supply new tools of defining patient’s possibilities. Behaviour is generally the last to be disturbed (in severe cases, mostly in case of frontal lobe and temporal lobe injury). Psychic functions, beginning with sensory acuity, are instead frequently disturbed after a brain damage.

2011, Why a proposal to bring research models in practice, has to be further worked out

Two Examples, Pula, Croatia, 6th International Symposium on Art and Science in Life Potential Development

SUMMARY: Two cases of employees out of the practice of occupational health consultation are discussed. The cases concern both, people, who are suffering from longstanding  heavy workload, difficulties in the working organization, struggles between management and staff. These troubles are reason of stress reactions and eventually of a heavy state of burn out. The effect on cognitive function has been subject of investigation, but showed not the impairment you would expect. The effect is more exhaustion and total helplessness. People in these circumstances need psychological support and physical training to come over it. Stress- and burnout- research models could help to understand how exhaustion may occur and bring harm to employees. It is necessary these research models will be brought in practice

2011, Occupational Health, A Challenge

International Convention of Experts and Intellectuals, Elele, Nigeria

SUMMARY: The history of Occupational Health in the Netherlands dates of more than hundred years. Safety on the work floor and working circumstances were the reasons for the government to start development of investigations and protective measures.

2012, Occupational Health, A Challenge, Part II

Some practical lessons, International Convention of Experts and Intellectuals, Elele, Nigeria

SUMMARY: A summary has been given of the presentation of 2011 at the same International Convention. Then problems have been discussed, an employer is confronted with in his company, to ensure a safe and stable continuity. For certain jobs it is necessary to undergo medical tests, before an employee is considered be safe for his job. For many professions, different programs on protocols have been developed to investigate health risks and to take measures on the work floor in providing the best security. There is a responsibility for both employer and employee. 

2013, Preventive Medicine and Life Potential Development

7th International Symposium, Complementary supportive therapies, Arts and Science in life potential development, Pula, Croatia

SUMMARY: Time has come for people and realize the life potential of people and the need of reflection about  the definition of health. The realization of invisible factors as psychological climate in the surrounding of a patient by the clinician as well as  by the patient, will contribute to the recovery of  illnesses, but also to the prevention of developing new pathologic situations. Institutions as the Helen Dowling Institute, the centre of Integral Psychiatry, and the Louis Bolk Institute  in the Netherlands, contribute in putting confidence in new treatments. Health care is no longer limited to the domain of clinics. Empowerment of people will bring a positive effect on their well-being. 

2013, A healthy lifestyle as a part in education and development

International Convention of Experts and Intellectuals, Elele, Nigeria

SUMMARY: 1. For choosing a healthy lifestyle people need to know what goal  to opt of. Reflection on the definition of health is needed at the first place.  2. Then the question arises, how to reach the habit of a healthy lifestyle. People profit from information and recommendations by the government, educators, church. People need the right education, but also the right circumstances.  3. People need a continuous and peaceful environment so that they will reach the fullness of existence, as has been worded in the Charity Peace Model, developed by Very Reverend Fr. Prof. Emmanuel Matthew Paul Edeh C. S. Sp OFR. Then people come to the right reflection and find their ways to a positive challenge, which makes it possible not only to follow a healthy lifestyle but also to maintain that style of living. 

2014, A Healthy Lifestyle, How to Achieve

International Congress on arts, communications, science and technology, Cambridge, England

SUMMARY: 1. For choosing a healthy lifestyle, people need to learn what goal to opt of.  Reflection on the definition of health is needed at the first place. 2. Then the question arises, how to reach the habit of a healthy lifestyle. People profit from  information and recommendations by the government, educators, church. People need the right education, but also the right circumstances. 3. People need a continuous and peaceful environment so that they will reach the fullness of  existence. Then people come to the right reflection and find their ways to a positive challenge, which makes it possible not only to follow a healthy lifestyle but also to maintain that style of living. Father Professor Emmanuel M. P. Edeh, having terminated his studies in the United States decided to make this come true for the people in his home country Nigeria. He started and succeeded in organizing a restful place where the poor are feeded and youth is trained. He brought peace where people were in dispute with each other, by his way of organizing counselling and reconciliation.

2015, New Ways of Health Care in a modern society

Presentation at the International Congress of Arts, Communication, Science and Technology of IBC, Healthcare Symposium, Edinburgh, Scotland

SUMMARY: Health Care Problems demand honest and secure solutions. In The Netherlands successful initiatives have led to positive solutions by new ways of decision making and organization. Threats are coming from the amount of costs, for which politicians and health insurances try to find solutions. Working groups as Health Care 2025 and Brave Doctors have developed new ideas of motivation, apt to be integrated in a new curriculum of medical education. The society encounters the necessity of developing a new way of behaviour, a new look to the future. New ideas have to be worked out. The local governments are getting more responsibilities. The idea of the Participation Society brings new possibilities of solutions.
2015, Social Insurance System and the Pension Funds in The Netherlands, Record, answers to questions posed by Mariya Antonova, in collaboration with prof dr Sergey Suchkov, Russia, EPMA World Congress, Workshop of Young Professionals in PPPM, Education and Career Promotion of Young Professionals in PPPM, Bonn, Germany

2016, How PPPM Professionals may be dealing with the World

Speech at the opening session of the International Summit on Predictive, Preventive and Personalized Medicine, Moscow, Russia

SUMMARY: Health Care Problems demand honest and secure solutions. Threats are coming from the amount of costs, for which politicians and health insurances are pushed to find solution. The medical society encounters the necessity of developing a new way of behaviour, a new look to the future. New ideas have to be worked out. Listening to each other is a condition to reach that goal.

2017, Co-operation, the Keynote for the future of Health Care

EPMA World Congress 2017, Predictive, Preventive & Personalised Medicine, Valletta, Malta

SUMMARY: We need to deliver all efforts possible, if we want attain a situation world-wide, where healthcare may be provided to everyone’s satisfaction. Those efforts should come from a multidisciplinary order, where medicine, science, technics, and legislation meet each other in co-operation, where scientific contribution from abroad takes a part. We must be proud of our progress in knowledge and we should not be afraid, discovering mistakes from the past and bad outcomes of old solutions. International co-operation has started to develop the way how science and technical skills may contribute to a new way of health care organization all over the world. The actual tendency of building up new research projects is working on a multidisciplinary basis. Physicians and scientists realize that collaboration brings a more effective approach of a medical problem. Transparency in work and behaviour will bring colleagues and patients closer to each other.
Quality and behaviour codes will be subject of special attention in the medical practice and of research as well. Medical law implementation and coaching will contribute to best medical working conditions. Education of health care workers will prepare them for their important task, supported by a continued education. People are aware of the need to care about the elements earth may be able to supply. Some antibiotics may become out of use and have to be substituted by other products. Databases must give access to a patient’s medical history, so that a medical treatment may be adjusted for just one patient. Personalized, Predictive, and Preventive Medicine have been developed. Management by the government, aiming at a durable environment and communication with the public, will bring confidence in the future to the population. Working together will make us strong and find new ways of more effective solutions.

2017, Co-operation, the Keynote of Development of Life Potential

8th International Symposium on Art and Science, Split, Croatia

SUMMARY: We need to deliver all efforts possible, if we want attain a situation world-wide, where healthcare may be provided to everyone’s satisfaction. Those efforts should come from a multidisciplinary order, where medicine, science, technics, and legislation meet each other in co-operation, where scientific contribution from abroad takes a part. We must be proud of our progress in knowledge and we should not be afraid, discovering mistakes from the past and bad outcomes of old solutions. International co-operation has started to develop the way how science and technical skills may contribute to a new way of health care organization all over the world. The actual tendency of building up new research projects is working on a multidisciplinary basis. Physicians and scientists realize that collaboration brings a more effective approach of a medical problem. Transparency in work and behaviour will bring colleagues and patients closer to each other.
Quality and behaviour codes will be subject of special attention in the medical practice and of research as well. Medical law implementation and coaching will contribute to best medical working conditions. Education of health care workers will prepare them for their important task, supported by a continued education. People are aware of the need to care about the elements earth may be able to supply. Some antibiotics may become out of use and have to be substituted by other products. Databases must give access to a patient’s medical history, so that a medical treatment may be adjusted for just one patient. Personalized, Predictive, and Preventive Medicine have been developed. Management by the government, aiming at a durable environment and communication with the public, will bring confidence in the future to the population. Working together will make us strong and find new ways of more effective solutions.

2018: How Eucharistic Adoration may influence the future of Health Care

The International Convention of Experts and Intellectuals, Elele, Nigeria

SUMMARY: We need to deliver all efforts possible, if we want attain a situation world-wide, where healthcare may be provided to everyone’s satisfaction. Those efforts should come from a multidisciplinary order, where medicine, science, technics, and legislation meet each other in co-operation, where scientific contribution from abroad takes a part. We must be proud of our progress in knowledge and we should not be afraid, discovering mistakes from the past and bad outcomes of old solutions. International co-operation has started to develop the way how science and technical skills may contribute to a new way of health care organization all over the world. The actual tendency of building up new research projects is working on a multidisciplinary basis.
Quality and behaviour codes will be subject of special attention in the medical practice and of research as well. Medical law implementation and coaching will contribute to best medical working conditions. Education of health care workers will prepare them for their important task, supported by a continued education. But we found another important way, examples as the French Father Eymard and Father Edeh, pointed out a way, where Eucharistic Adoration and Prayer are fortifying factors to their intention of teaching and empowerment of the people around. The opportunity will have been cleared in bringing people with good will together. Physicians and scientists will realize that collaboration brings a more effective approach of a medical problem. Transparency in work and behaviour will bring colleagues and patients closer to each other.
People should be more and more aware of the need to care about the elements earth may be able to supply. Some antibiotics may become out of use and have to be substituted by other products. Databases must give access to a patient’s medical history, so that a medical treatment may be adjusted for just one patient. Personalized, Predictive, and Preventive Medicine have been developed. Management by the government, aiming at a durable environment and communication with the public, will bring confidence in the future to the population. Working together will make us strong and find new ways of more effective solutions.

2018: Initiatives, which contribute to a better Health Care System

Short Communication, Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapeutics

Health Care Systems all over the world are subject to difficult times. Exploration of new ways of co-operation leads to new initiatives.
As a new Member of the Editorial Board I want to bring to the attention of the audience new initiatives, as shown in Europe, United States, but also extending all over the world. Those initiatives are a result of the fact, that researchers, doctors, and public organizations are aware of many problems which have to be solved, before they appear unsolvable in future. They are aware of the incapacity towards the whole of challenges the actual science brings us, for which they need the support from outside.
An example of new initiatives is a new conglomeration of researchers in The Netherlands. These researches have been assembled only on invitation, after their selection on capability to fulfil the purpose of the new organization, called “Oncode”, which has to be seen as an new virtual cancer institute.
When this initiative will appear to be successful, a tight co-operation will have been established, in which different laboratories will be sharing different phases of investigations and different phases may become undertaken in different institutions. Even the profit of new medical findings and medicine will be shared between the members of the new institute, for which have been made fixed conditions.
The process of commercializing will be part of the system, for which the appointment of several business developers will be an important contribution. These co-workers stay in touch with the researchers and reflect about the possibilities of commercialising of different fundamental findings.
Patients will benefit by such collaboration, by the rapid process of bringing new medical findings and medicine to the market.

Source: medischcontact.nl/wetenschap, February 15 2018, Medisch Contact 07, page 31

2018: Databases, a portal towards a modern Health Care System

Short Communication, Journal of Neurosurgery Imaging and Techniques

SUMMARY: Time and money are essential factors in the treatment of patients of all categories of illnesses. Databases may appear to offer an important contribution to the development of an effective and updated, modern Health Care System. Elisabeth van der Gulik, Hon DL, active retired physician, out of practice, reports.

 

2018: International Congress on Arts, Communications, Science & Technology

International Biographical Centre, New Orleans, USA, 26th-31th August, 2018

Symposium : “Medicine and Healthcare”, chairman and presentation: Co-operation, Keynote for the future of health care

SUMMARY: International co-operation has started to develop the way how science and technical skills may contribute to a new organization of health care all over the world. The actual tendency of building up new research projects is working on a multidisciplinary basis. Physicians and scientists realize that collaboration brings a more effective approach of a medical problem. Transparency in work and behaviour will bring colleagues and patients closer to each other.

2018: Pre World Symposium Conference, Zagreb 2018

The role of different medical specializations in future health care organization

SUMMARY: The holistic approach of a medical problem brings the benefit for the patient in the first place, by looking to the patient as an unique project. The effect of looking to the patient with the aim of to find out, what is good to this special person, has already positive effect on his life potential. Plans are needed initiating new projects, with a multidisciplinary approach, implying complementary therapies.

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