Rik Wehrens
Rik Wehrens
Associate professor in sociology of digital health, Erasmus University
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Beyond two communities–from research utilization and knowledge translation to co-production?
R Wehrens
Public health 128 (6), 545-551, 2014
Coordination of research, policy and practice: a case study of collaboration in the field of public health
R Wehrens, M Bekker, R Bal
Science and Public Policy 38 (10), 755-766, 2011
Linking research and policy in Dutch healthcare: infrastructure, innovations and impacts
M Bekker, S Egmond, R Wehrens, K Putters, R Bal
Evidence & Policy 6 (2), 237-253, 2010
Conceptualizations of Big Data and their epistemological claims in healthcare: A discourse analysis
M Stevens, R Wehrens, A De Bont
Big Data & Society 5 (2), 2053951718816727, 2018
Hybrid management configurations in joint research
R Wehrens, M Bekker, R Bal
Science, Technology, & Human Values 39 (1), 6-41, 2014
The construction of evidence-based local health policy through partnerships: Research infrastructure, process, and context in the Rotterdam ‘Healthy in the City’programme
R Wehrens, M Bekker, R Bal
Journal of public health policy 31, 447-460, 2010
Health app policy: international comparison of nine countries' approaches
A Essén, AD Stern, C Bjerre Haase, J Car, F Greaves, D Paparova, ...
npj Digital Medicine 5 (31), 2022
The potential of the Imitation Game method in exploring healthcare professionals’ understanding of the lived experiences and practical challenges of chronically ill patients
R Wehrens
Health Care Analysis 23, 253-271, 2015
Dutch Academic Collaborative Centres for Public Health: development through time–issues, dilemmas and coping strategies
R Wehrens, M Bekker, R Bal
Evidence & Policy 8 (2), 149-170, 2012
Beyond two communities. The co-production of research, policy and practice in collaborative public health settings
R Wehrens
Health programs struggling with complexity: a case study of the Dutch ‘PreCare’project
R Wehrens, R Bal
Social Science & Medicine 75 (2), 274-282, 2012
Conceptualizing the digitalization of healthcare work: A metaphor-based Critical Interpretive Synthesis
C Carboni, R Wehrens, R van der Veen, A de Bont
Social Science & Medicine 292, 114572, 2022
Open Access: Who is ‘in’and who is ‘out’? Participation of older persons in health research and the interplay between capital, habitus and field
L Oldenhof, R Wehrens
The Ethics and Politics of Community Engagement in Global Health Research, 25-37, 2020
Sustaining knowledge translation practices: a critical interpretive synthesis
RAJ Borst, R Wehrens, R Bal
International Journal of Health Policy and Management 11 (12), 2793, 2022
Epistemic virtues and data-driven dreams: On sameness and difference in the epistemic cultures of data science and psychiatry
M Stevens, R Wehrens, A de Bont
Social Science & Medicine 258, 113116, 2020
Understanding each other in the medical encounter: Exploring therapists’ and patients’ understanding of each other’s experiential knowledge through the Imitation Game
R Wehrens, BH Walters
Health 22 (6), 558-579, 2018
Ethics as discursive work: The role of ethical framing in the promissory future of data-driven healthcare technologies
R Wehrens, M Stevens, J Kostenzer, AM Weggelaar, A de Bont
Science, Technology, & Human Values 48 (3), 606-634, 2023
From sustainability to sustaining work: What do actors do to sustain knowledge translation platforms?
RAJ Borst, R Wehrens, R Bal, MO Kok
Social Science & Medicine 296, 114735, 2022
On staging work: How research funding bodies create adaptive coherence in times of projectification
R Wehrens, L Oldenhof, R Bal
Science, Technology, & Human Values 47 (3), 483-516, 2022
Big data health care innovations: performance dashboarding as a process of collective sensemaking
HJ van Elten, S Sülz, EM van Raaij, R Wehrens
Journal of Medical Internet Research 24 (2), e30201, 2022
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