Tineke Abma is a professor for Participation at the Leiden University Medical centre, and Executive-Director of the Leyden Academy on Vitality and Ageing. She has published extensively on hermeneutic dialogue and its application in the fields of policy and programme evaluation, patient participation, and bioethics. Her work has been awarded for its social impact, and in 2013 she received an ASPASIA laureate from the Dutch Scientific Council for her work in long-term care. Abma is a member of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research consortium and has co-authored two books ‘Evaluation for a Caring Society’ and ‘Participatory Research of Health and Well-being.’ She has been a member of various Supervisory Boards in long-term care and is familiar with (developments in) governance.
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