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Katrien Danhieux

University of Antwerp, Belgium

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LinkedIn, ResearchGate, ORCID
Academic Background
MD or equivalent
Short Bio
Katrien Danhieux is a general practitioner with experience in various types of primary care practices and multidisciplinary collaboration. As a researcher she is responsible for the implementation of the Belgian part of the European research project SCUBY: SCale-Up diaBetes and hYpertension care, more info on She conducts both qualitative and quantitative research on how we can scale up integrated care for diabetes, hypertension and other chronic diseases in Belgium and Flanders. The focus of this research is on the organization of a primary care practice and on how policy can stimulate the implementation of integrated care. In doing so, she actively collaborates with stakeholders at practice, regional and policy level. Furthermore, she supports the education of the department of general medicine and other international trainings.

Published Abstracts 4

Comparison of implementation of integrated care for diabetes In Belgium

Katrien Danhieux, Monika Martens, Veerle Buffel, Sara De Bruyn, Edwin Wouters, Josefien Van Olmen, Roy Remmen

Presented on 18/10/2019 at the 89th EGPRN Meeting.

Supporting proactive and integrated chronic care in primary care practices in Belgium

Katrien Danhieux, Emy Kool, Charlotte Sercu, Lucky Botteldooren, Josefien Van Olmen

Presented on 14/05/2022 at the 94th EGPRN Meeting.

A Qualitative Study to explore access and barriers to integrated care among vulnerable patients with diabetes mellitus in Belgium.

Stijn De Baets, Katrien Danhieux, Josefien Van Olmen, Roy Remmen, Gareth White, Edwin Wouters

Presented on 30/04/2021 at the 92nd EGPRN Meeting.

COVID-19 Influence on NCD Prevention, Care and Research in Primary Care: Multi-Case study of Belgium and Slovenia

Monika Martens, Katrien Danhieux, Črt Zavrnik, Zalika Klemenc Ketiš, Antonija Poplas Susič, Josefien Van Olmen

Presented on 14/05/2022 at the 94th EGPRN Meeting.


Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research