E.O. (Emiel) Hoogendijk

Senior onderzoeker (dr.)
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Verbonden aan LASA sinds 2015

Mijn werk richt zich op het onderzoeken van fysieke kwetsbaarheid bij ouderen, en daarvoor gebruik ik regelmatig gegevens van LASA. Kwetsbare ouderen hebben een grotere kans om lichamelijk achteruit te gaan, te vallen of te overlijden. Iemand wordt als ‘kwetsbaar’ aangemerkt als zijn of haar ‘lichamelijke reserves’ minder worden. Daarbij moet u denken aan gewichtsverlies, uitputting, afnemende loopsnelheid en spierzwakte. Ik ben gepromoveerd aan de afdeling Huisartsgeneeskunde en Ouderengeneeskunde van VUmc, en werk sinds 2015 bij LASA aan diverse (internationale) onderzoeksprojecten over kwetsbaarheid.

 

Onderzoeksprojecten

 

Lid van

  • Groep lichamelijk
  • Kerngroep onderzoek (KGO)

Publicaties

  • Older adults report cancellation or avoidance of medical care during the COVID‑19 pandemic: results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  • Inequalities in frailty among older Turkish and Moroccan immigrants and native Dutch: Data from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  • Frailty changes predict mortality in 4 longitudinal studies of aging.

  • The importance of engaging in physical activity in older adulthood for transitions between cognitive status categories and death: A coordinated analysis of fourteen longitudinal studies.

  • Trends in frailty and its association with mortality: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam, 1995-2016.

  • Trends in Frailty and Its Association With Mortality: Results From the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam, 1995-2016.

  • Predictors of frailty and vitality in older adults aged 75 years and over: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  • Multiple domains of functioning in older adults during the pandemic: design and basic characteristics of the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam COVID‑19 questionnaire.

  • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA): an overview.

  • The social support-health link unraveled: pathways linking social support to functional capacity in later life.

  • Gait speed as predictor of transition into cognitive impairment: Findings from three longitudinal studies on aging.

  • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: cohort update 2019 and additional data collections.

  • The tide has turned: incidence of depression declined in community living young-old adults over one decade.

  • High dephospho-uncarboxylated matrix Gla protein concentrations, a plasma biomarker of vitamin K, in relation to frailty: the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  • Ignoring competing events in the analysis of survival data may lead to biased results: a nonmathematical illustration of competing risk analysis.

  • Neighbourhood characteristics and prevalence and severity of depression: pooled analysis of eight Dutch cohort studies.

  • Frailty: implications for clinical practice and public health.

  • Natural Course of Frailty Components in People Who Develop Frailty Syndrome: Evidence From Two Cohort Studies.

  • Trends across 20 years in multiple indicators of functioning among older adults in the Netherlands.

  • 23-Year Trends in Life Expectancy in Good and Poor Physical and Cognitive Health at Age 65 Years in the Netherlands, 1993-2016.

  • Towards better prediction of individual longevity.

  • Employability after age 65?

  • Tracking changes in frailty throughout later life: results from a 17-year longitudinal study in the Netherlands.

  • Socioeconomic Inequalities in Frailty among Older Adults: Results from a 10-Year Longitudinal Study in the Netherlands.

  • De ontwikkeling van componenten van kwetsbaarheid bij ouderen.

  • Secular trends in excess mortality of late-life depression.

  • Frailty in Older Adults with Cardiovascular Disease: Cause, Effect or Both?

  • Transitions across cognitive states and death among older adults in relation to education: A multistate survival model using data from six longitudinal studies.

  • Vitamin K status and physical decline in older adults-The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  • The role of frailty in explaining the association between the metabolic syndrome and mortality in older adults.

  • Development and validation of a frailty index in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  • Trends in sociale-, emotionele- en gezondheidsproblematiek van Nederlandse ouderen tussen 1992 en 2012.

  • Adverse effects of frailty on social functioning in older adults: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  • The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: cohort update 2016 and major findings.

  • The challenge of frailty in older adults. Risk factors, assessment instruments and comprehensive community care.

  • Explaining the association between educational level and frailty in older adults: results from a 13-year longitudinal study in the Netherlands.

  • Do psychosocial resources modify the effects of frailty on functional decline and mortality?

  • Continued and new personal relationships in later life: differential effects of health.

  • Glucocorticoid receptor gene polymorphisms and childhood adversity are associated with depression: new evidence for a gene-environment interaction.

  • Late-life depression, cortisol and the metabolic syndrome (Brief report).

  • Inflammatory markers in late-life depression: Results from a population-based study.

  • Educational differences in functional limitations: comparisons of 55-65-year-olds in the Netherlands in 1992 and 2002.

  • Depression is associated with decreased 25-Hydroxyvitamin D and increased Parathyoid Hormone levels in older adults.

  • De psychiater als epidemioloog.

  • Depression in older age is a risk factor for first ischemic cardiac events.

  • Depression in older persons with versus without vascular disease in the open population: Similar depressive symptom patterns, more disability.