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Technological innovations are introduced rapidly at the workfloor. In the healthcare sector, this concerns electronic health records, patient portals, care robots, and machine learning algorithms for the classification of medical images. In education, virtual learning environments, educational robots, learning analytics, and digital assessment are used. In logistic warehouses and factories, humans and robots increasingly work side by side. New technological innovations offer many opportunities (e.g. unburden employees, reduce errors, enhance efficiency), but also require constant adaptation and workplace learning. Moreover, technological innovations can contribute to the satisfaction of basic psychological needs (autonomy, competence, relatedness), but can also conflict with basic psychological needs. I am interested in the question how new technologies influence employee's performance and well-being. This knowledge is required to benefit from new technologies to their full extent, without losing sight of the needs and characteristics of the employees working with these technologies.
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Smart technology use for resilient healthcare: Developing an intervention toolbox to stimulate smart use of electronic health records in hospitals using a multidisciplinary approach
Spronken, M., de Lange, A., van de Wetering, R., Stoffers, J., Van Ruysseveldt, J., Nieuwenhuis, L. & Marcelissen, I.
1/03/21 → 28/02/26
Project: PhD project
Identifying Return to Work Self‑Efficacy Trajectories in Employees with Mental Health ProblemsHorn, L., Spronken, M., Brouwers, E. P. M., de Reuver, R. S. M. & Joosen, M. C. W., Mar 2022, In: Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 32, 1, p. 64-76 13 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-reviewOpen Access1 Citation (Web of Science)
Psychological, Organizational, and Technological Factors Influencing Optimal Use of Electronic Health Records for End-Users in HospitalsMarcelissen, I. E. M., Spronken, M., van de Wetering, R., Stoffers, J., Van Ruysseveldt, J. M. E. & de Lange, A., 8 Jul 2022.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster › Academic
Return-to-work: Trajectories and Technologies (keynote)
Maitta Spronken (Keynote speaker)30 Sept 2022
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Conference contribution (without a publication) › Academic
WAOP Webinar 2020
Inge van Seggelen - Damen (Organiser), Karen van Dam (Organiser), Joris Van Ruysseveldt (Organiser), Inge Hulshof (Organiser), Madelon Otto (Organiser), K Proost (Organiser), Maitta Spronken (Organiser), Arne Vanderstukken (Organiser) & Nicole Hoefsmit (Organiser)20 Nov 2020
Activity: Attending or organising an event types › Organising an event › Academic