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van Rijen

Full Professor

Research groups

Life sciences education research

Research aim

We aim to develop adaptive, creative, responsible future health professionals by investigating learning in education and at workplaces. This leads to evidence-informed education and innovations that foster the health domain.

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Recent publications

Connecting Science and Society within Life Sciences Education Gisela van der Velden, HVM van Rijen, G Dilaver
2023
Entry-level career paths in the life sciences Heleen van Ravenswaaij, Sanne ter Meulen-de Jong, Renske A.M. de Kleijn, Gonul Dilaver, Marieke F. van der Schaaf, Harold V.M. van Rijen
International Journal of Science Education, 2023, vol. 46, p.795-814
Validity, acceptability, and procedural issues of selection methods for graduate study admissions in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Anastasia Kurysheva, Harold V.M. van Rijen, Cecily Stolte, Gönül Dilaver
International Journal of STEM Education, 2023, vol. 10
The generic skills learning systematic Heleen van Ravenswaaij, Rianne A.M. Bouwmeester, Marieke F. van der Schaaf, Gönül Dilaver, Harold V.M. van Rijen, Renske A.M. de Kleijn
Frontiers in Education, 2022, vol. 7
Once the best student always the best student? Predicting graduate study success using undergraduate academic indicators: Evidence from research masters’ programs in the Netherlands Anastasia Kurysheva, Nivard Koning, Christine Fox, HVM van Rijen, Gönül Dilaver
International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 2022, vol. 30, p.579-595
Ten caveats of learning analytics in health professions education Olle ten Cate, Suzan Dahdal, Thomas Lambert, Florian Neubauer, Anina Pless, Philippe Fabian Pohlmann, Harold van Rijen, Corinne Gurtner
Medical Teacher, 2020, vol. 42, p.673-678