Suzanne Geerlings

(Principal Investigator), Prof. PhD

1991 …2022

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Research interests

urinary tract infections, quality of antibiotic use, quality of care

Main applicant and projectleader of the following studies:

1. Non-antibiotic versus antibiotic prophylaxis for recurrent urinary tract infections (NAPRUTI)-study (granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development).

2, (Cost)-Effectiveness of two different strategies to improve the quality of antibiotic use in patients with urinary tract infections (granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development). 

3. Development of generic quality indicators for the optimalisation of antibiotic use in the hospital  (granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development). 

4. Optimalization of quality of care for HIV-infected patients in care in HIV treatment centres the Netherlands.
(Granted by Aidsfonds).

5. Optimal antibiotic use: an “antibiotic checklist” for all bacterial infections in the hospital (granted by Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development).

6.  Reduction inappropriate catheter use (granted by Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development).

7.  Choosing Wisely in the Emergency Room. (granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development).

8. Terugdringen van niet-gepast antibiotica gebruik voor asymptomatische bacteriurie.  Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw).

9. Towards zero new HIV infections with PROTEST 2.0: Implementing PROactive HIV TESTing in the hospital and primary care setting. Program: Aidsfonds

Co-applicant and projectleader:  
1. Prevention preterm birth: Costs and effects of screening of healthy women with a singleton pregnancy for a short cervical length or asymptomatic bacteriuria.
Main applicant: Prof. Dr. B. W. Mol (granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development)

2. Bioequivalence study of ciprofloxacin between patients with impaired and adequate renal function: revision of current dosing recommendations.   Main applicant: Dr. R.M. van Hest    Stichting de Merel

Member project group:

1. Novel strategies and tools for antimicrobial resistance sureveillance in Indonesia
(granted by Research Projects of the Scieintific Programme Indonesia – Netherlands (SPIN).

2. Comordity and Ageing with HIV.
(granted by Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development and Aidsfonds)

3. Provider- and Indicator-led Proactive Testing in Primary Care in a high Prevalence area to prevent Late Presentation: a pilot project
(granted by Aidsfonds)

4. Faesibility Analysis of Nasoduodenal Feces Administration to eradicate Resistant Enterobacteriaeceae (FANFARE).(granted by Dutch Kidney Foundation)

5. Assessing the (cost)effectiveness of recommended strategies to evaluate and improve the quality of antibiotic use in Antimicrobial Stewardship programs.(granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development)

6. Antibiotic prescribing and non-prescribing for possible urinary tract infection in nursing home residents (granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development). 

7.  Reducing the risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infections via a smartphone application for patients (granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development)

8. Reducing the risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infections via a smartphone application for patients – Participatient. Main applicant: Karin Ellen Veldkamp. Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development

9. Antibiotic prescribing and non-prescribing for possible urinary tract infection in nursing home residents. Main applicant: Laura Buul. Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development

 


  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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Specialisation

infectious diseases

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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