Jacqueline Nuysink PhD (1953) has been a post-doc researcher at the Research group Lifestyle and Health since 2013. Within this research group she is the project leader of the GODIVA studies. She is also a co-promoter for Marike Boonzaaijer and Imke van Maren Suir.
- 2013 - present: Senior researcher for the Research group Lifestyle and Health and the Child and Movement research programme
- 2005 - present: Head and senior lecturer of the specialisation Paediatric Physiotherapy, HU
- 2012 Doctoral defence at Utrecht University
- 2007-2012 Doctoral research at the Wilhelmina children's hospital / UMCU, on the prevalence of and risk factors for preferential positioning and skull deformation among babies born prematurely. Jacqueline also developed a screening instrument for recognising asymmetry caused by underlying disease.
- 1999-2005 Board member of the Dutch Association for Paediatric Physiotherapy
- 1989-2006 Paediatric physiotherapist, private practice in Bussum and Amersfoort
- 1981-1989 Physiotherapist Primary Care Practice in Bussum
- 1975-1981 Physiotherapist Rehabilitation Centre de Hoogstraat in Leersum
- 2006 Clinical Health Sciences, Physiotherapy Science, Utrecht University
- 1989 Registration as Pediatric Physiotherapist
- 1975 Physiotherapy Diploma, Stichting Utrechtse Paramedische Academie, Utrecht
- 1971 Gymnasium β, Bilthoven.
Fields of expertise
- Paediatric physiotherapy
- Factors associated with gross motor development from birth to independent walking: A systematic review of longitudinal research
- A home-video method to assess infant gross motor development: parent perspectives on feasibility
- Cross-Cultural Validity: Canadian Norm Values of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale Evaluated for Dutch Infants