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Wetenschappelijk onderzoek

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Ineke van den Berg is twee dagen in de week verbonden aan de Erasmus Universiteit te Rotterdam. Als klinisch epidemioloog voert ze daar wetenschappelijk onderzoek uit naar complementaire geneeswijzen en maakt ze deel uit van de CLINEPI-groep onder leiding van professor Myriam M. G. Hunink. Als post-doc op de afdeling epidemiologie probeert ze onderzoek te initiëren naar de effectiviteit van complementaire zorg, inclusief onderzoek naar ‘healing environment’ en de werking en effectiviteit van Traditionele Chinese Geneeskunde.
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Daarnaast is ze initiatiefneemster, samen met Dr. Saskia Gischler en Prof. Dr. Myriam Hunink van de “Werkgroep Complementaire Zorg’ binnen het Erasmus MC. Deze werkgroep is een initiatief nadat in Koers 013 aangegeven is dat men ook in onze patiëntenzorg aandacht wil besteden aan nieuwe ontwikkelingen, zoals evidence-based alternatieve geneeswijzen die complementair kunnen zijn aan de reguliere behandeling. We willen een netwerk vormen van, voor en door verzorgende collega’s. Doel is te informeren, van elkaar te leren en kennis te delen. Vijf keer per jaar komen we bijeen waarbij het programma door deelnemers van de werkgroep zelf wordt samengesteld.

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Ineke van den Berg, PhD, is a licenced acupuncturist and herbalist, physiotherapist, and holds a PhD in Clinical Epidemiology.

Ineke van den Berg has practiced as a physiotherapist and Shiatsu therapist for more than 30 years and as an acupuncturist and herbalist (Chinese Herbal Medicine) for 24 years, with a special interest in obstetrical problems and complex pain disorders as CRPS type 1. Her passion for Chinese medicine lies in its diagnostic capability; specifically, determining the underlying causes of an illness and detecting the energetics of that illness in order to prevent disease. She has an extensive number of contacts among acupuncturists, including contacts in China and the USA. As post-doc, she works at the department of Epidemiology of the Erasmus University MC, Rotterdam. In addition, she supervises and works at her own private clinic for Complementary Care ‘Rodenrijs‘.

Thesis http://repub.eur.nl/res/pub/21816/
The Contribution of Acupuncture and Moxibustion to Healthcare: an Evidence-based Approach.
Education
2010
............PhD (medical sciences), Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
2004
............Master of Science Degree (Clinical Epidemiology), NIHES, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
1992
............BSc Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine (The Anglo Dutch institute for
....................oriental medicine, Overveen, The Netherlands
1990
............BSc Acupuncture, European University of TCM (EUTCM), Utrecht, the Netherlands
1982
............Degree Instructor Meer Bewegen voor Ouderen, ‘s Gravenhage, the Netherlands
1981
............Degree Shiatsu therapy, Do-in and Yin-shin-Do (Acupressure), Baarn,
....................The Netherlands
1980
............Degree Instructor Pre- and postnatal education, Stichting Wetenschap en Scholing
....................Fysiotherapie (SWSF), the Netherlands
1978
............BSc Physical therapy, Stichting Paramedische Academie (SUPA), Utrecht,
....................The Netherlands

Certified courses and re-education training

2010
............Practical Shang Hán Lùn Diploma Course, Prof. Li Jie, The Netherlands
2003
............Traineeship transposition Therapy mrs. Shinka, Macedonia
2001
............Traineeship in International Trainingscentre of Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing, China
2000
............Nei Jia Stems & Branches Course, The Anglo Dutch institute for oriental medicine,
....................Overveen, The Netherlands

1995-2001
...Psychopunctuur Basic Emotional Structuring Test I and II(BEST)
....................Dr. Med. H. Calehr.
1992
............Course Motoric Remedial Teaching (MRT)
1989
............Course Touch for Health I, II, III
1983
............Meridiaantherapie I, II, III, Baden-Baden, Germany
1980
............Pré - and Postnatal education SWSF, the Netherlands
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Honors and awards:

May 2011 - Pruimenbloesem prize 2011. Reason for granting the prize was her thesis. In awarding this prize, the Dutch patients association for acupuncture (NPVA) supports people who added a special contribution to the development of acupuncture in the Netherlands and thus contribute to improve health care.


Research

Ineke van den Berg investigated if acupuncture should be recommended as an effective and cost-effective addition to the standard care, using techniques from clinical epidemiology, meta-analysis, decision modeling, and cost-effectiveness analysis.

Projects
Ineke is currently involved in the following projects:

  • (Co-)Organizing seminars Working Group Complementary Care, Erasmus University MC.
  • Basic Emotional Structuring Test: early identification of psychopathology and problematic coping styles with primaryschool children.
  • Acupuncture treatment for Palpitations in Premenopausal Women: An Investigation through the role of Shén and.Emotions and their effects on the Heart.