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Prof. dr. A.J. (Jeannette) Pols

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Anthropology of Health, Care and the Body

Bezoekadres
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
Postadres
  • Postbus 15509
    1001 NA Amsterdam
Contactgegevens
  • Publicaties

    2022

    2021

    • Muusse, C., Kroon, H., Mulder, C. L., & Pols, J. (2021). Frying eggs or making a treatment plan? Frictions between different modes of caring in a community mental health team. Sociology of Health and Illness, 43(7), 1581-1597. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.13346 [details]

    2020

    • Lemos Dekker, N., & Pols, J. (2020). Aspirations of home making in the nursing home. In B. Pasveer, O. Synnes, & I. Moser (Eds.), Ways of Home Making in Care for Later Life (pp. 183-201). (Health, Technology and Society). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-0406-8_9 [details]

    2019

    2018

    • Pols, J. (2018). Fabuleuses webcams: Regards actifs et technologies invisibles. Réseaux: communication, technologie, société, 207, 65-94. https://doi.org/10.3917/res.207.0065 [details]
    • Pols, J. (2018). Uncontrolled Evaluations: The Case of Telecare Innovations. In M. Visse, & T. A. Abma (Eds.), Evaluation for a Caring Society (pp. 127-142). (Evaluation and Society). Charlotte, NC, USA: Information Age Publishing. [details]
    • Pols, J., Pasveer, B., & Willems, D. (2018). The particularity of dignity: relational engagement in care at the end of life. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 21(1), 89-100. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-017-9787-9 [details]
    • van Hout, A., Willems, D., Hettinga, M., & Pols, J. (2018). Pourquoi les attentes suscitées par la télésurveillance sont souvent déçues: Étude ethnographique d’un dispositif de télésuivi infirmier en soins palliatifs. Réseaux: communication, technologie, société, 207, 95-121. https://doi.org/10.3917/res.207.0095 [details]

    2017

    2016

    2015

    2014

    • Pols, J. (2014). Knowing patients: turning patient knowledge into science. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 39(1), 73-97. https://doi.org/10.1177/0162243913504306 [details]
    • Pols, J. (2014). Radical relationality: epistemology in care and care ethics for research. In G. Olthuis, H. Kohlen, & J. Heier (Eds.), Moral boundaries redrawn: the significance of Joan Tronto's Argument for political theory, professional ethics, and care as practice (pp. 175-194). (Ethics for care; No. 3). Leuven: Peeters. [details]
    • Pols, J. (2014). Radykalna relacyjność: Epistemologia etyki troski. EDUKACJA ETYCZNA, (7), 51-73. [details]

    2013

    • Mort, M., Roberts, C., Pols, J., Domenech, M., & Moser, I. (2013). Ethical implications of home telecare for older people: a framework derived from a multisited participative study. Health Expectations, 18(3), 438-449. https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.12109 [details]
    • Ootes, S. T. C., Pols, A. J., Tonkens, E. H., & Willems, D. L. (2013). Opening the gift: social inclusion, professional codes and gift-giving in long-term mental healthcare. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 37(1), 131-147. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11013-012-9293-8 [details]
    • Ootes, S. T. C., Pols, A. J., Tonkens, E. H., & Willems, D. L. (2013). Where is the citizen? Comparing civic spaces in long-term mental healthcare. Health & Place, 22, 11-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2013.02.008 [details]
    • Pols, J. (2013). The Patient 2.Many: about diseases that remain and the different forms of knowledge to live with them. Science & Technology Studies, 26(2), 80-97. [details]
    • Pols, J. (2013). Through the looking glass: good looks and dignity in care. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 16(4), 953-966. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-013-9483-3 [details]
    • Pols, J. (2013). Washing the patient: dignity and aesthetic values in nursing care. Nursing Philosophy, 14(3), 186-200. https://doi.org/10.1111/nup.12014 [details]
    • Roosmalen, S. L. C., Pols, A. J., & Willems, D. L. (2013). Knowledge of Dutch GPs in caring for cancer patients using oral anticancer therapy at home. Family practice, 30(6), 666-670. https://doi.org/10.1093/fampra/cmt047 [details]

    2012

    • Pols, J. (2012). Care at a distance: on the closeness of technology. (Care & Welfare). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]
    • Pols, J. (2012). Translational medicine op z’n kop: praktijkkennis vertalen naar onderzoek. Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek, 22(1), 19-23. [details]

    2011

    2010

    • Hiddinga, H. J., Pols, A. J., Trakas, D., & van der Geest, J. D. M. (Eds.) (2010). Care and Health Care. Medische Antropologie, 22(1). http://tma.socsci.uva.nl/
    • M'charek, A., & Pols, A. J. (2010). Introduction: Where are the missing bodies? Disability studies in the Netherlands. Medische Antropologie, 22(2), 217-224. [details]
    • Mol, A., Moser, I., & Pols, A. J. (2010). Care: putting practice into theory. In A. Mol, I. Moser, & J. Pols (Eds.), Care in practice: on tinkering in clinics, homes and farms (pp. 7-26). (VerKörperungen; No. 8). Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag. [details]
    • Ootes, S., Pols, A. J., Tonkens, E., & Willems, D. (2010). Bridging boundaries: the concept of 'citizenship' as a boundary object in mental healthcare. Medische Antropologie, 22(2), 375-388. [details]
    • Pols, A. J. (2010). The Heart of the Matter. About Good Nursing and Telecare. Health Care Analysis, 18(4), 374-388. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10728-009-0140-1 [details]
    • Pols, A. J., & M'charek, A. A. (Eds.) (2010). The body in disability studies. Medische Antropologie, 22(2).
    • Pols, J. (2010). Bringing bodies - and health care - back in. Exploring practical knowledge for living with chronic disease. Medische Antropologie, 22(2), 413-427.
    • de Kort, S. J., Pols, A. J., Richel, D. J., Koedoot, N., & Willems, D. L. (2010). Understanding Palliative Cancer Chemotherapy: About Shared Decisions and Shared Trajectories. Health Care Analysis, 18(2), 164-174. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10728-009-0121-4 [details]

    2006

    2005

    • Pols, A. J. (2005). Het patiëntenperspectief in sociaal wetenschappelijk onderzoek: van perspectief naar praktijk. Huisarts en Wetenschap, 48(10), 504-508.
    • Pols, J. (2005). Enacting appreciations: beyond the patient perspective. Health Care Analysis, 13(3), 203-221. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10728-005-6448-6
    • Pols, J. (2005). Když se myje občan: Mytí, čistota a občanství v péči o duševní zdraví. Biograf : časopis pro kvalitativní výzkum, 38, 3-30. http://www.biograf.org/text.html?id=570

    2003

    • Pols, J. (2003). Enforcing patient rights or improving care? The interference of two modes of doing good in mental health care. Sociology of Health and Illness, 25(3), 320-347. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.00349

    2021

    2020

    2018

    2016

    • Pols, A. J. (Author), Kroon, H. (Author), & Lindt, S. M. V. D. (Author). (2016). Nooit te oud…Casemanagement in de ouderenpsychiatrie: Case management in Psychiatry for older people.. Digital or Visual Products, Trimbos-insitute.
    • Pols, J., & M'charek, A. (2016). Responsible innovation: The case of Alzheimer diagnostics. In M. Boenink, H. van Lente, & E. Moors (Eds.), Emerging technologies for diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease: Innovating with care (pp. 205-224). (Health, Technology and Society). London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-54097-3_11 [details]
    • Thygesen, H., & Pols, J. (2016). Care, Self-Management and the Webcam. In L. Manderson, E. Cartwright, & A. Hardon (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology (pp. 166-170). (Routledge handbooks). New York: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315794198 [details]

    2012

    • de Ruijter, W., Buijsen, M. A. J. M., & Pols, J. (2012). Casus 24: 'Kinderen hebben geen tijd voor moeder'. In W. de Ruijter, A. Hendriks, & M. Verkerk (Eds.), Huisarts tussen individu en familie: morele dilemma’s in de huisartspraktijk (pp. 115-118). Assen: Van Gorcum. [details]
    • van der Schoor, E., Frederiks, B. J. M., & Pols, J. (2012). Casus 20: 'Huisarts als mediator tussen moeder en zoon?'. In W. de Ruijter, A. Hendriks, & M. Verkerk (Eds.), Huisarts tussen individu en familie: morele dilemma’s in de huisartspraktijk (pp. 95-99). Assen: Van Gorcum. [details]

    2010

    • Mol, A., Moser, I., & Pols, A. J. (2010). Care in practice: on tinkering in clinics, homes and farms. (VerKörperungen; No. 8). Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag. [details]
    • Pols, J. (2010). Caring devices: about warmth, coldness and 'fit'. Medische Antropologie, 22(1), 143-160. [details]
    • Willems, D., & Pols, J. (2010). Goodness! The empirical turn in health care ethics. Medische Antropologie, 22(1), 161-170. [details]

    2008

    • Pols, A. J. (2008). Which empirical research, whose ethics? Articulating ideals in long-term mental health care. In G. Widdershoven, J. McMillan, T. Hope, & L. van der Scheer (Eds.), Empirical Ethics in Psychiatry (pp. 51-68). New York: Oxford University Press.
    • Pols, A. J., Schermer, M., & Willems, D. L. (2008). Telezorgvisie. Essay over ontwikkelingen en beloften van telezorg in de Nederlandse gezondheidszorg. Amsterdam: AMC.

    2007

    • Willems, D. L., & Pols, A. J. (2007). Empirisch onderzoek in de gezondheidsethiek. In T. Plochg, R. E. Juttmann, N. S. Klazinga, & J. P. Mackenbach (Eds.), Handboek gezondheidszorgonderzoek (pp. 269-273). Bohn Stafleu van Loghum.

    1996

    • Mol, A., & Pols, J. (1996). Ziekte leven: Bouwstenen voor een medische sociologie zonder disease/illness onderscheid. Kennis en Methode, 20(4), 347-361.

    2021

    • Pols, J., M'charek, A., van Weert, J., & de Vries, D. (2021). De impact van COVID-19 op sociaal kwetsbare mensen. In D. de Vries, & L. Muns (Eds.), Kwetsbaar op afstand: Verhalen uit coronatijd (pp. 21-38). Amsterdam University Press. [details]
    • Pols, J., M'charek, A., van Weert, J., & de Vries, D. (2021). Lessen en beleidsaanbevelingen over sociaal kwetsbare mensen uit de eerste COVID-19 periode. In D. de Vries, & L. Muns (Eds.), Kwetsbaar op afstand : Verhalen uit coronatijd (pp. 97-106). Amsterdam University Press. [details]

    2020

    2018

    2017

    • Boers, S., Klok, T., Frenkel, J., & Pols, J. (2017). Familie erbij betrekken is lastiger dan het lijkt: Visite aan het bed maakt zorg nog niet familiegericht. Medisch Contact, 18, 20-22. [details]
    • Pols, A. J. (Author). (2017). Leren met de patiënt. Interview met Douwe de Vries.. Digital or Visual Products https://vimeo.com/241675000/dc26ef1654
    • Pols, J., & Krause, K. (2017). Tot slot. In A-M. The, J. Pols, & R. Pool (Eds.), Goed leven met dementie: Dialoog tussen wetenschap en praktijk (pp. 90-91). Ben Sajet Centrum. [details]
    • The, A-M. (Ed.), Pols, J. (Ed.), Pool, R. (Ed.), & Partnership Langdurige Zorg en Dementie (2017). Goed leven met dementie: Dialoog tussen wetenschap en praktijk. Amsterdam: Ben Sajet Centrum. [details]
    • Vermeulen, L., Driessen, A., Lemos Dekker, N., Roding, E., Hoppe, S., van den Buuse, S., Krause, K., The, A-M., & Pols, J. (2017). Goed leven met dementie, hoe doen we dat? In A-M. The, J. Pols, & R. Pool (Eds.), Goed leven met dementie: Dialoog tussen wetenschap en praktijk (pp. 14-19). Ben Sajet Centrum. [details]

    2016

    2013

    • Pols, J. (2013). De chronificering van het ziek-zijn: empirische ethiek in de zorg = The chronification of illness: empirical ethics in care. (Oratiereeks). Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam. [details]
    • Pols, J. (2013). De chronificering van het ziek zijn: Empirische ethiek in de zorg. Waardenwerk, 14(54/55), 69-82. http://swptijdschriften.nl/Magazine/Article/2171 [details]
    • Pols, J. (2013). Grote verhalen of interessante verhalen? Reactie op het artikel 'Zorgpraktijken en techniekfilosofie'. Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek, 23(2), 39-40. [details]
    • Pols, J. (2013). Participatie in wat?: over de kennis van clinici, wetenschappers en patiënten. In C. Dedding, & M. Slager (Eds.), De rafels van participatie in de gezondheidszorg: van participerende patiënt naar participerende omgeving (pp. 116-125). Amsterdam: Boom/Lemma. [details]
    • Pols, J. (2013). Relationeel burgerschap voor ongelijke burgers: een empirisch-filosofisch intermezzo. In E. Tonkens, & M. de Wilde (Eds.), Als meedoen pijn doet: affectief burgerschap in de wijk (pp. 68-83). (Tijdschrift voor sociale vraagstukken. Jaarboek; Vol. 2013). Amsterdam: Van Gennep. [details]

    2012

    • Blom, A., Pols, J., & Swildens, W. (2012). 'Zorg' in een maatschappelijk steunsysteem: een blik van binnenuit. Maandblad voor Geestelijke Volksgezondheid, 67(6), 311-318. [details]

    2005

    • Scholten, M., Pols, J., Drost, Y., & Voordouw, I. (2005). Consultatie in de eerstelijns GGZ: de praktijk van consultatie op lokaal niveau . (Trimbos-reeks; No. 2005-3). Utrecht: Trimbos-instituut. [details]

    2001

    • Pols, A. J., Michon, H., Depla, M. F. I. A., & Kroon, H. (2001). Rehabilitatie als praktijk. Een etnografisch onderzoek in twee psychiatrische ziekenhuizen./ Rehabilitation as practice. An ethnography in 2 psychiatric hospitals. Utrecht: Trimbos-institute.

    1998

    • Pols, A. J., Depla, M. F. I. A., & de Lange, J. (1998). Gewoon oud en chronisch. Mogelijkheden en beperkingen in de zorg voor ouderen met een psychiatrische achtergrond in het verzorgingshuis./ Ethnograhpy of care for older people with a psychiatric background in residential homes for the elderly. Utrecht: Trimbos-institute.

    Prijs

    • Pols, A. J. (2016). Research grant.
    • Pols, A. J. (2016). PhD research grant.
    • Pols, A. J. (2014). Best paper of the year..
    • Pols, A. J. (2013). Research Grant.
    • Pols, A. J. (2012). Special appointment as Full Professor ‘Social Theory, Humanism& Materialities’ department of Anthropology,.
    • Pols, A. J. (2011). Aspasia award..
    • Pols, A. J. (2008). Research Grant.
    • Pols, A. J. (2007). Research grant.
    • Pols, A. J. (2007). Research Grant.
    • Pols, A. J. (2004). Research Grant.
    • Pols, A. J. (2004). Three year prize from the Dutch Society for Bioethics for the best publication in medical ethics..
    • Pols, A. J. (1992). Honourable mention.

    Lidmaatschap

    • Pols, A. J. (2017-2018). Raad voor de Volksgezondheid.

    Mediaoptreden

    Tijdschriftredactie

    Spreker

    • Pols, J. (speaker) (31-3-2022). Self-tracking good for you?, University for Technology and Innovation.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (25-6-2019). Beyond promise and disruption: How healthcare and technology are made to fit., Munich Centre for Technology in Society.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (29-5-2019). Methods for studying what technologies can and cannot do., Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (12-3-2019). Care and its normative concerns, University of Roskilde.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (18-2-2019). Making sense with numbers. Unraveling practices of self-quantification, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (15-11-2018). Making Sense with numbers. Unraveling practices of self-quantification, Univeristy of Alberta, Edmonton.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (29-1-2018). Waardigheid in de zorg, Universiteit voor Humanistiek te Utrecht.
    • Pols, A. J. (keynote speaker) (17-11-2017). De kennis van patiënten, Semiplenaire sessie NHG dag.
    • Pols, A. J. (keynote speaker) (20-10-2017). Making sense with numbers. Material semiotics of self quantification, Manchester.
    • Pols, A. J. (keynote speaker) (22-9-2017). The quantified symptom. On: interdisciplinary conference on symptoms: Symptoms in Primary Care, VUMC Department of General Practice and international committee on Symptoms research in primary care.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (11-5-2017). Empirical ethics for ethnographies of the good. From de-scription to re-scription, Department of philosophy, University of Tilburg
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    • Pols, J. (speaker) (27-4-2017). Care at a distance, Ecole des Mines, Sociology des Innovations.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (6-4-2017). About techno nurses and empathetic machines. Shifiting relations in shaping good care., University of Edinburgh.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (6-4-2017). About technonurses and empathetic machines. Shifting relations in shaping good care, Emotion seminars (Dept of STiS and Nursing), University of Edinburgh, UK.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (22-3-2017). Self tracking, good for you?, ‘Health by the Algorithm’, University for Technology & Innovation (TIK), Oslo, No.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (18-2-2017). About techno-nurses and empathetic machines. Shifting relations in shaping good care., University of Heidelberg.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (9-2-2017). Self tracking, good for you?, Research seminar with Professor Jeannette Pols at Department of People and Technology, Roskilde University, Roskilde, DK.
    • Pols, J. (speaker) (9-2-2017). Self tracking good for you?, University of Roskilde.
    • Pols, A. J. (keynote speaker) (18-1-2017). About technonurses and empathetic machines. Shifting relations in shaping good care, Pflegedingen: Dumme Dingen, Schlaue Sachen/ Foolish Things, Clever Stuff. The material side of nursing and care. Heidelberg.
    • Pols, A. J. (speaker) (12-1-2017). Panel in kader van ontwikkeling van de langetermijnvisie van zorgverzekeraars: De potentie van preventie, ‘Wetenschapsarena’ Zorgverzekeraars Nederland.
    • Ahlin, T. (speaker) & Pols, A. J. (speaker) (18-5-2016). Technologie in de zorg: tussen hype en nachtmerrie, Ben Sajet Centrum.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (9-11-2015). A matter of taste? Quality of life in day-to-day living with ALS and a feeding tube., Centre for Medical Science & Technology Studies, Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhagen.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (18-10-2015). What Is a Good Life? Can Science and Medicine Tell Us?, Festival of Ideas, London.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (18-10-2015). Can technology save the aging time bomb?, Festival of Ideas, London.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (18-9-2015). Reinventing the individual in the sciences, Symposium: An anthropology of what?, Amsterdam.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (25-8-2015). Good relations with technology. Empirical ethics and aesthetics in care, IPONS conference (philosophy of nursing),, Stockholm, Karolinska Institute.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (23-4-2015). Affective relations with technology., WTMC PhD workshop ‘Robots!, Ravenstijn.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (30-3-2015). Quality of life with Locked in Syndrome, Workshop for medical staff, Almere, Flevoziekenhuis.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (13-10-2014). Experience is not evidence., Expience as Evidence. Symposium on the sciences of subjectivity in healthcare, policy and practice., Oxford University.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (11-6-2014). Narrative versus Practice Approaches, 3 Day workshop 'Voices out of order', Long term care Partnership, Amsterdam.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (12-5-2014). What is good technology? Care, ethics and telecare, Care transformations – politics, ethics, practice, Faculty of nursing and the Ethics Insititute, Philosophical-Theological University of Vallendar., Vallendar, Germany,.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (30-4-2014). Telecare and technology studies; what technologies can and cannot do., STS intervision group meeting, Maastricht.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (8-4-2014). Technologie en esthetiek, Filosofisch café Philos, Week of Philosophy, Groningen.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (3-4-2014). Leven met een chronische ziekte. De belofte van technologie in de zorg., Meeting of the Network of Groninger Adragogues (GAN), Groningen.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (28-3-2014). Making Big Words work. About the surprising intellectual craft of pointing and folding., Workshop ‘Thinking through abstract nouns’, AISSR, Amsterdam University.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (21-3-2014). Citizenship in Long Term Mental Health Care, Journée d’étude internationale. Penser le soin. Politiques publiques et citoyenneté, Brussels, université Libre de Bruxelles.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (20-2-2014). Good innovations. Ethics and the case of Alzheimer diagnostics., Expert workshop ‘Responsible innovation in a multiple world – the case of early diagnostics for Alzheimer’s disease, Enschede, University of Twente.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (22-11-2013). Empirical ethics and technology, Leyden academy for vitality and aging, Leiden.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (8-11-2013). Technologie is nooit af, Roestvrij Innoveren., Groningen, UMCG revalidatie.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (31-10-2013). Technology and the aging society. What works?, Symposium ‘Roestvrij Innoveren,UMCG Centrum voor Revalidatie, ism ZIF, SPRINT en HANNN., Groningen University.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (9-10-2013). Invited lecture: ICT als oplossing voor een vergrijzende samenleving? Wat technologie wel en niet kan., Department Philosophy and Technology, KIVI NIRIA, Utrecht.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (6-9-2013). Swiss anthropology PHD course supervision, together with prof dr Sarah Lamb., Module “Images of Care”, organized by Prof. Brigit Obrist and Dr. Piet van Eeuwijk, University of Basel., Basel, Switserland.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (26-6-2013). ICT as a solution for an aging society?, Gezondheidswetenschappen, metamedica., Maastricht.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (26-6-2013). What technologies can and cannot do., Metamedica, University of Maastricht, Health Science.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (30-4-2013). ICT as the solution for an aging society? Governance of telecare, 2 day workshop on telecare, policy and research, Glasgow, university of Strathclyde.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (30-4-2013). ICT as a solution for an aging Europe? What technollogies can and cannot do., workshop on telecare developments, Glasgow.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (15-4-2013). Care at a distance. On the closeness of technology, Discussion IBG, Governance group on book, Rotterdam.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (15-4-2013). book discussion 'Care at a distance', Governance Group, Institute forPolicy and research, Erasmus University, Rotterdam.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (10-4-2013). Care at a distance, lecture for Diakohnhjemmet, Oslo, Norway.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (10-4-2013). Knowing patients. How to turn patient knowledge into science., Invited lecture for Diakohnhjemmet, Oslo.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (21-3-2013). ICT as the solution for an aging society., Colloquim techniekfilosofie, Universiteit Twente, Enschede.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (21-3-2013). ICT as the solution for an aging society? What technologies can and cannot do., Colloqium Philosphy of Technology, Enschede, dept. of Philosphy, University of Twente.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (2013). ICT in een vergrijzende samenleving. Wat technologie wel en niet kan, KIVI NIRIA, Utrecht.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (13-12-2012). Normativity beyond critique -and how that involves theory., WTMC annual meeting, lecture and book launch 'Care at a distance'., Amsterdam.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (26-6-2012). Invited lecture: Evaluating telecare, involving users. Ethnography in Empirical Ethics., 11th conference of the International Association of Bioethics: THINKING AHEAD, Bioethics and the Future, and the Future of Bioethics., Rotterdam.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (20-6-2012). Invited lecture: ICT as a solution for an aging society? What technologies can or cannot do. Conference ’Distributed health care solutions: possibilities and limitations.’, Diakonhjemmet University College, Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo, Department of health care at the University College of Narvik, Narvik.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (18-6-2012). Invited lecture: ICT als oplossing voor een vergrijzend Europa? Wat technologie wel en niet kan., Raad voor Volksgezondheid en Zorg.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (28-5-2012). Invited lecture: ethnographic methods in research into nursing care, Nursing School, University of British Columbia.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (13-5-2012). Key note: Washing the patient. On aesthetic values in nursing care., Bi-annual conference: Philosophy in the Nurse’s World, organised by the Institute for Philosophical Nursing Research (IPNR).
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (25-4-2012). Invited lecture: Honours lectures over ‘Virtualiteit’, voor Bachelor studenten van de Universiteit Leiden, Leiden.
    • Pols, A. J. (invited speaker) (18-4-2012). Key note: Technologies for independence: how technologies arrange our relations, Annual conference ‘Innovative education for active ageing’, organised by a Consortium of institutes of Higher Educations in Health and Rehabilitation in Europe (COHEHRE )., Aalborg.

    Andere

    • Pols, A. J. (organiser) (28-6-2017 - 30-6-2017). International academic workshop ‘Thinking with dementia’ (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Pols, A. J. (participant) (23-6-2017 - 24-6-2017). Publiekssymposium ‘Goed leven met dementia, hoe doen we dat?’ (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016). Co-initator and member of the Collaborative network New Modes of Citizenship in Healthcare., University of Amsterdam/ University of Copenhagen. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016). Member editorial team, ‘Denkbeeld.’ (Professionals journal for psychogeriatrics) (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016). PhD committee, Radboud University Nijmegen. Candidate: Jelle van Gurp, Teleconsultation in palliative care at home. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016). PhD committee, University of Oslo. Candidate; Adeline Hvidsten, PhD thesis: Mobile and welfare technology in homecare. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016). PhD committee, Free University Amsterdam. Candidate: Isis van Gennep. PhD-thesis: Personal dignity in seriously ill patients (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016 - 2020). International advisor PhD project Difficult interaction in home care nursing, University of Iceland (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (organiser) (2016). Philosophy of care, Amsterdam, AMC. Bi monthly lectures by external speakers for Philosphy of Care meetings (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016 - 2020). International advisor PhD projectThe realisation of the right to care of senior citizens in situations of welfare dependency: a qualitative study., University of Gent (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2016). PhD committee, Academic Medical Centre Amsterdam. Candidate: Huub Creemers. PhD-thesis: Optimizing quality of care for patients with ALS and their family caregivers, (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, Free University, Amsterdam. Candidate: Alistair Macintyre. PhD thesis: Surveilling autonomy, securing care Exploring good care with surveillance technology in residential care for vulnerable people. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). member PhD committee, University of Copenhagen. Candidate: Julie Christina Grew. Paricipatory patients Configuring the users of ICD prophylactic therapy and distant monitoring. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, Academic medical Centre Amsterdam. Candidate: Steven Visser, PhD thesis: Ergonomic measures in construction work: enhancing evidence-based implementation (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, Erasmus University. Candidate: Lieke Oldenhof. PhD thesis: The multiple middle. Managing in health care. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, University of Gent. Candidate: Karel de Vos PhD thesis: Voorstructureringen in de zorg. Een sociaal-pedagogisch perspectief op de evolutie in de omgang tussen opvoeders en jongeren in de bijzondere jeugdzorg. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam. Candidate: Beate Giebner, phD-thesis: Gedeelde ruimte. De ontvankelijkheid van zorgverleners in patiëntencontacten. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, University of Amsterdam. Candidate: Mandy de Wilde PhD thesis: Brave new citizen. Belonging in a post-political neighborhood. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, University of Twente. Candidate: Ivo maathuis. PhD thesis: Technologies of Compliance? Telecare Technologies and Selfmanagement of Chronic Patients. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2015). PhD committee, University of Amsterdam. Candidate: Anna Mann, Tasting in Mundane Practices: Ethnographic Interventions in Social Science Theory (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2014). PhD committee, Academic Medical Centre. Candidate: Judith van Velzen. PhD -hesis: Return to work after acquired brain injury. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2014). PhD committee, Free University Amsterdam. Candidate: Mariska Oosterveld-Vlug. PhD thesis: Personal dignity in nursing homes. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2014 - 2016). International advisor Danish research project Welfare technologies in health care., Univeristy of Roskilde & KORA, the Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2014). PhD committee, Academic medical centre Amsterdam. Candidate: Sarah Ketelaar. PhD thesis: Caring for healthcare professionals: improving prevention in occupational healthcare (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2014). PhD committee, University of Amsterdam. Candidate: Femianne Bredewold PhD thesis: Lof der oppervlakkigheid. Contact tussen mensen met een verstandelijke of psychiatrische achtergrond en buurtbewoners (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2014). PhD committee, University of Twente. Candidate: Lucy Dalibert, PhD thesisi: Posthumanism and somatechnologies. Exploring the intimate relations between humans and technologies (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2014). PhD committee, Copenhagen Business school. Candidate: Kathrine Hoffmann Pii. PhD- thesis: Responsibility Flows in Patient-centred Prevention. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2013). PhD committee, Free University, Amsterdam. Candidate: Elleke Landeweer. PhD thesis: Moral Dynamics in Psychiatry. Fostering reflection and change regarding coercion and restraint. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (participant) (6-9-2012). Inspirational symposium Care, Ethics & Aesthetics, voor de PhD’s van AmC en de afdeling Sociologie en Antropologie. (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2011 - 2014). International advisor for Norwegian Research Project ‘Distributed health care solutions: possibilities and limitations.’, Diakonhjemmet University College, University of Oslo, University College of Narvik. (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2011). PhD committee, University of Arhus. Candidate: Stinne Aalökke Ballegaard, PhD thesis: Health care technology in the home. Of home patients, family caregivers, and a vase of flowers.’ (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2010). PhD committee, University of Arhus. Candidate: Katia Dupret Söndergaard. PhD-thesis: ‘Innovating mental health care’. (other).
    • M'charek, A. A. (organiser) & Pols, J. (organiser) (16-12-2009). Organizer of the international workshop "Distributed Bodies Practices of disability and chronic disease" (December 16th, 2009, Amsterdam), Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Pols, A. J. (other) (2009 - 2015). Advisory Board of the Centre for Ethics and Health,, Goverment Advisory Boards: Public Health & Care (RVZ) and Health (Gezondheidsraad). (other).
    • Pols, A. J. (organiser) (2008). 2 day international symposium ‘Disability & Citizenship.’ Public lectures and paper workshop., Academic medical Centre Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Pols, A. J. (organiser) (2007). Utrecht, Amsterdam medical Centre in cooperation with Lancaster University.. European conference on telecare: Telecare: Dialogue and Debate - the emergence of new technologies and responsibilities for healthcare at home in (…) (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Pols, A. J. (organiser) (2007). Psychiatry and citizenship. A seminar with Geoff Shepherd, Amsterdam., Amsterdam Medical Centre (organising a conference, workshop, ...).

    2017

    • Kata, P. (2017). The politics of the aesthetic body: The moral life of blind singers in contemporary Thailand. [details]

    2004

    • Pols, A. J. (2004). Good care. Enacting a complex ideal in long-term psychiatry. Utrecht: Trimbos-instituut.
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