Kiek Tates
Kiek Tates
Associate professor Health Communication Tilburg University
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Patients’ and health professionals’ use of social media in health care: motives, barriers and expectations
ML Antheunis, K Tates, TE Nieboer
Patient education and counseling 92 (3), 426-431, 2013
Doctor–parent–child communication. A (re) view of the literature
K Tates, L Meeuwesen
Social science & medicine 52 (6), 839-851, 2001
Online focus groups as a tool to collect data in hard-to-include populations: examples from paediatric oncology
K Tates, M Zwaanswijk, R Otten, S Van Dulmen, PM Hoogerbrugge, ...
BMC Medical Research Methodology 9, 1-8, 2009
Doctor–parent–child relationships: a ‘pas de trois’
K Tates, E Elbers, L Meeuwesen, J Bensing
Patient education and counseling 48 (1), 5-14, 2002
‘Let Mum have her say’: turntaking in doctor–parent–child communication
K Tates, L Meeuwesen
Patient education and counseling 40 (2), 151-162, 2000
Young patients', parents', and survivors' communication preferences in paediatric oncology: results of online focus groups
M Zwaanswijk, K Tates, S van Dulmen, PM Hoogerbrugge, WA Kamps, ...
BMC pediatrics 7, 1-10, 2007
Communication in context: new directions in communication research
J Bensing, S Van Dulmen, K Tates
Patient education and counseling 50 (1), 27-32, 2003
Talking with parents about end-of-life decisions for their children
MA de Vos, AP Bos, FB Plötz, M van Heerde, BM de Graaff, K Tates, ...
Pediatrics 135 (2), e465-e476, 2015
‘I’ve come for his throat’: roles and identities in doctor–parent–child communication
K Tates, L Meeuwesen, E Elbers, J Bensing
Child: care, health and development 28 (1), 109-116, 2002
Communicating with child patients in pediatric oncology consultations: a vignette study on child patients', parents', and survivors' communication preferences
M Zwaanswijk, K Tates, S van Dulmen, PM Hoogerbrugge, WA Kamps, ...
Psycho‐Oncology 20 (3), 269-277, 2011
The effect of screen-to-screen versus face-to-face consultation on doctor-patient communication: an experimental study with simulated patients
K Tates, ML Antheunis, S Kanters, TE Nieboer, MBE Gerritse
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (12), e421, 2017
Tailored information for cancer patients on the Internet: effects of visual cues and language complexity on information recall and satisfaction
JCM van Weert, G van Noort, N Bol, L van Dijk, K Tates, J Jansen
Patient Education and Counseling 84 (3), 368-378, 2011
Joking or decision-making? Affective and instrumental behaviour in doctor-parent-child communication
K Tates, L Meeuwesen, J Bensing, E Elbers
Psychology and Health 17 (3), 281-295, 2002
The link between perception of clinical empathy and nonverbal behavior: The effect of a doctor’s gaze and body orientation
S Brugel, M Postma-Nilsenová, K Tates
Patient education and counseling 98 (10), 1260-1265, 2015
Multitasking during patient handover in the recovery room
ELJ Van Rensen, EST Groen, SC Numan, MJ Smit, OL Cremer, K Tates, ...
Anesthesia & Analgesia 115 (5), 1183-1187, 2012
Activity and participation of children and adolescents with unilateral congenital below elbow deficiency: an online focus group study
IG De Jong, HA Reinders-Messelink, K Tates, WG Janssen, MJ Poelma, ...
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 44 (10), 885-892, 2012
Sharing decisions during diagnostic consultations; an observational study in pediatric oncology
BM Wiering, J Noordman, K Tates, M Zwaanswijk, G Elwyn, ...
Patient education and counseling 99 (1), 61-67, 2016
Automatic detection of confusion in elderly users of a web-based health instruction video
M Postma-Nilsenová, E Postma, K Tates
Telemedicine and e-Health 21 (6), 514-519, 2015
Models and theories in studies on educating and counseling children about physical health: a systematic review
NCM Theunissen, K Tates
Patient Education and Counseling 55 (3), 316-330, 2004
Online focusgroepgesprekken als methode van data verzamelen
K Tates
Kwalon 15 (2), 2010
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