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    Maatschappelijke participatie van mensen met dementie: de waarde van dagbesteding op zorgboerderijen
    Bruin, S.R. de; Stoop, H.J. ; Molema, C.C.M. ; Hop, P. ; Vaandrager, L. ; Baan, C.A. - \ 2016
    Correction: Decentralisation of long-term care in the Netherlands : The case of day care at green care farms for people with dementia - CORRIGENDUM
    Nowak, Stéphanie J.M. ; Molema, Claudia C.M. ; Baan, Caroline A. ; Oosting, Simon J. ; Vaandrager, Lenneke ; Hop, Peter ; Bruin, Simone R. De - \ 2015
    Ageing and Society 35 (2015)4. - ISSN 0144-686X - p. 895 - 895.
    Maatschappelijke participatie van mensen met dementie: de waarde van dagbesteding op zorgboerderijen
    Bruin, S.R. de; Stoop, A. ; Molema, C.C.M. ; Hop, P. ; Vaandrager, L. ; Baan, C.A. - \ 2015
    Green Care Farms: An Innovative Type of Adult Day Service to Stimulate Social Participation of People With Dementia
    Bruin, S.R. de; Stoop, A. ; Molema, C.C.M. ; Vaandrager, L. ; Hop, P.J.W.M. ; Baan, C.A. - \ 2015
    Gerontology & Geriatric Medicine 1 (2015). - ISSN 2333-7214 - 10 p.
    Objective: To explore the value of day services at green care farms (GCFs) in terms of social participation for people with dementia. Method: Semi-structured interviews were conducted with people with dementia who attended day services at a GCF (GCF group, n = 21), were on a waiting list (WL) for day services at a GCF (WL group, n = 12), or attended day services in a regular day care facility (RDCF group, n = 17) and with their family caregivers. Results: People with dementia in the GCF and WL group were primarily males, with an average age of 71 and 76 years, respectively, who almost all had a spousal caregiver. People with dementia in the RDCF group were mostly females with an average age of 85 years, most of whom had a non-spousal caregiver. For both the GCF and RDCF groups, it was indicated that day services made people with dementia feel part of society. The most important domains of social participation addressed by RDCFs were social interactions and recreational activities. GCFs additionally addressed the domains “paid employment” and “volunteer work.” Conclusion: GCFs are valuable in terms of social participation for a particular group of people with dementia. Matching characteristics of adult day services (ADS) centers to the preferences and capacities of people with dementia is of importance. Diversity in ADS centers is therefore desirable.
    Decentralisation of long-term care in the Netherlands: the case of day care at green care farms for people with dementia
    Nowak, S.J.M. ; Molema, C.M. ; Baan, C.A. ; Oosting, S.J. ; Vaandrager, L. ; Hop, P. ; Bruin, R. de - \ 2015
    Ageing and Society 35 (2015)4. - ISSN 0144-686X - p. 704 - 724.
    western-european countries - social support - perspective
    Responsibility for health and social care services is being delegated from central to local authorities in an increasing number of countries. In the Netherlands, the planned transfer of responsibility for day care for people with dementia from the central government to municipalities is a case in point. The impacts of this decentralisation process for innovative care concepts such as day care at green care farms are largely unknown. We therefore interviewed representatives of municipalities and green care farms to explore what consequences they expected of decentralisation for their organisations and people with dementia. Our study shows that communication and collaboration between municipalities and green care farms is relatively limited. Consequently, municipalities are insufficiently aware of how green care farms can help them to perform their new tasks and green care farmers know little about what municipalities expect from them in the new situation. We therefore recommend that municipalities and green care farms keep each other informed about their responsibilities, duties and activities to ensure a tailored package of future municipal services for people with dementia.
    Gemeenten en zorgboerderijen : een kansrijke combinatie binnen de Wmo voor mensen met dementie, mits...
    Bruin, S. ; Hop, P. ; Molema, C. ; Nowak, S. ; Baan, C. ; Oosting, S.J. - \ 2013
    Bilthoven : Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu
    zorgboerderijen - sociale zorg - langdurige zorg - sociale voorzieningen - dementie - ouderen - social care farms - social care - long term care - social services - dementia - elderly
    Boerderijen en mensen met dementie: het lijkt geen voor de hand liggende combinatie. Toch is er een aanzienlijk aantal zorgboerderijen waar mensen met dementie terecht kunnen voor dagopvang. Zorgboerderijen bieden mensen met dementie een zinvolle en prettige dagbesteding in een landelijke omgeving. Hun mantelzorgers worden daarmee tijdelijk ontlast van de zorg. Hiermee kunnen zorgboerderijen mogelijk bijdragen aan het langer thuis wonen van mensen met dementie; één van de doelstellingen van het beleid van de rijksoverheid op het gebied van de langdurige zorg.
    The Urban West and the Rural Rest: Framing in Dutch Regional Planing in the 1950s
    Molema, A.M. - \ 2012
    Landscape Research 37 (2012)4. - ISSN 0142-6397 - p. 437 - 450.
    space
    This paper draws on the case of Dutch regional planning in the 1950s to investigate how ‘urban space’ and ‘rural space’ have traditionally been perceived as opposing concepts. During this decade, politicians, planners and policy-makers constructed an image of an overdeveloped, urban, industrial centre on the one hand, and an underdeveloped, rural, agricultural periphery on the other. Rooted in a debate about the ‘harmonious’ development of the Netherlands, this image made a substantial contribution to the schematic understanding of urban and rural space. Examining this frame as an historical construct helps to reveal the anachronistic character of many of the urban-rural differentiations that are made today.
    Actors, rules, resources and discourse: a study of the Dutch land policy change
    Straalen, F.M. van; Brink, A. van den - \ 2011
    This paper explores the history of Dutch land policy in rural and peri-urban areas. The key objective of the study is to understand the background to and determining factors in the development of land policy as an instrument of spatial planning. By analyzing different planning processes in recent Dutch history (1950 - present) insight is gained in the manner in which land ownership, the use of land policy instruments and the interplay of stakeholders have influenced land policy changes. To study the use of land and land policy in planning practice the „Policy Arrangement Approach¿(PPA) was chosen as analytical framework.In PPA policy arrangements are defined as the way in which a certain policy domain is temporarily shaped in terms of actors, rules, resources,and discourse. Preliminary results of this research show that changes are an effect of political modernization and a reaction to what is happening in planning processes. If land policies do not support governmental planning objectives or if property developers use land as a resource to mobilize power, land policies are changed to regain control in the planning process. When these policies are failing, governmental organizations also use land to mobilize power. Bibliography ¿ Arts, B., Leroy, P. (Eds.), 2006. Institutional Dynamics in Environmental Governance. Springer, Dordrecht. ¿ Van Tatenhove, J.P.M., 2000. Political modernization and the environment. In: Van Tatenhove, J., Arts, B., Leroy, P. (Eds.), The Renewal of Policy Arrangements. Kluwer, Dordrecht. ¿ Van den Brink, A., Molema, M.,2008.“The origins of Dutch rural planning: a study of the early history of land consolidation in the Netherlands”, Planning perspectives, 23: 427-453
    Herijking van de Ecologische Hoofdstructuur; Willen wij echt een bipolair landschap zien?
    Molema, A.M. - \ 2011
    Spil 2011 (2011)3. - ISSN 0165-6252 - p. 7 - 10.
    ecologische hoofdstructuur - natuurbeleid - beleidsdoelstellingen - landschapsecologie - landschapsplanning - plattelandsontwikkeling - natuurontwikkeling - geschiedenis - ecological network - nature conservation policy - policy goals - landscape ecology - landscape planning - rural development - nature development - history
    Voor een herijking van de ecologische Hoofdstructuur wijst de auteur op de groene planningsgeschiedenis van het landelijk gebied
    In naam van het algemeen belang : de onstaansgeschiedenis van de ruilverkaveling als instrument voor inrichting van het platteland
    Molema, A.M. ; Brink, A. van den - \ 2009
    Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 122 (2009)1. - ISSN 0040-7518 - p. 72 - 85.
    ruilverkaveling - landinrichting - overheidsbeleid - geschiedenis - agrarische geschiedenis - land consolidation - land development - government policy - history - agricultural history
    This article explores the historical actors and societal factors existing at the beginning of land consolidation as an instrument of Dutch rural planning, The call for a legal framework to redistribute fragmented parcels in an efficient and rational manner, was growing from the 1890's onwards. Because of the ideological barriers in the political center, in which the division between public and private interests was the most important aspect, this framework was heavily disputed. Social minded, liberal reformers of the middle class, mobilized political pressure. The government was ready to take action, when the First World War made the national economy fragile and revealed the necessity to become more self-sufficient. In 1924 the first Land Consolidation Act was passed, but obstacles blocked a widespread use of the instrument. These obstacles were lowered in the 1930's. Economic recession gave way to an active policy for the improvement of the countryside, for which the Land Consolidation Act was the judicial vehicle.
    The origins of Dutch rural planning: a study of the early history of land consolidation in the Netherlands
    Brink, A. van den; Molema, A.M. - \ 2008
    Planning Perspectives 23 (2008)4. - ISSN 0266-5433 - p. 427 - 452.
    landgebruiksplanning - ruilverkaveling - plattelandsplanning - geschiedenis - agrarische geschiedenis - land use planning - land consolidation - rural planning - history - agricultural history
    This article explores the institutional and organizational foundations of rural planning in the Netherlands. The key objective of the study was to understand the background to and determining factors in the development of land consolidation (ruilverkaveling) as an instrument of rural planning. Dutch rural planning, as a constituent part of spatial planning in the Netherlands, developed quite separately from urban planning. This article traces the roots of this separate development back to the period 1890-1940. At the end of the nineteenth century, reformist liberals argued for a legislative framework for the rational reallocation of land parcels to consolidate fragmented land holdings. The early initiatives came to nothing because of the prevailing rigid distinction between public and private interests. The First World War changed this situation. The decline in world trade forced the government to make the national economy more self-sufficient. Land consolidation was embraced as a means for supporting the agricultural sector by improving land drainage and bringing land into cultivation. From the beginning of the 1930s agricultural politics and rural planning grew closer together, and took off rapidly in the post-war decades.
    Risicobeleving en risicobeheersing van onkruiden en onkruidmanagement
    Riemens, M.M. ; Kempenaar, C. ; Weide, R.Y. van der; Molema, G.J. - \ 2008
    onkruidbestrijding - mechanische methoden - mechanische bestrijding - risicobeheersing - weed control - mechanical methods - mechanical control - risk management
    De praktijk heeft behoefte aan het inzichtelijk en bespreekbaar maken van risico's van onkruidbeheersing zonder herbiciden; onderzoek, resultaten en de praktijk
    Innovatieve niet-chemische onkruidbestrijding in de gewasrij
    Molema, G.J. ; Bleeker, P.O. ; Weide, R.Y. van der; Wijnker, J.P.M. ; Achten, V.T.J.M. ; Lotz, L.A.P. - \ 2008
    Innovatieve onkruidpreventie
    Riemens, M.M. ; Wijnker, J.P.M. ; Molema, G.J. ; Kruidhof, H.M. ; Weide, R.Y. van der - \ 2008
    onkruidbestrijding - onkruiden - biologische landbouw - biologische grondontsmetting - weed control - weeds - organic farming - biological soil sterilization
    De praktijk heeft behoefte aan het ontwikkelen en verbeteren van preventieve methoden die leiden tot een lagere dichtheid van de te bestrijden onkruiden, met name in de biologische landbouw; onderzoek, resultaten en de praktijk
    Mobiel: Beeldvormende spectroscopie voor gewaskarakterisering
    Molema, G.J. ; Meuleman, J. ; Evert, F.K. van - \ 2008
    Optimaliseren toediening van middelen
    Zande, J.C. van de; Molema, G.J. ; Schepers, H.T.A.M. ; Schans, D.A. van der; Heijne, B. ; Wenneker, M. ; Koster, A.T.J. ; Lans, A.M. van der - \ 2006
    gewasbescherming - pesticiden - reductie - gebruiksefficiëntie - doseringseffecten - toedieningswijzen - spuitapparaten - biologische bestrijding - veldproeven - plant protection - pesticides - reduction - use efficiency - dosage effects - application methods - sprayers - biological control - field tests
    Door ongelijkmatige verdeling van (bestrijdings)middelen wordt vaak overgedoseerd. Door een meer gewasgerichte plaatsing en een nauwkeuriger verdeling van het middel op het gewas kan een algehele overdosering worden voorkomen waardoor het middelengebruik wordt gereduceerd
    Potentiële reductie in gewasbeschermingsmiddelgebruik door gewasafhankelijk toedienen. Tulpen
    Molema, G.J. ; Koster, A.T.J. ; Verwijs, B.R. ; Meer, L.J. van der; Zande, J.C. van de - \ 2005
    Wageningen : Agrotechnology & Food Innovations (Rapport / Agrotechnology and Food Innovations 584) - 47
    bloembollen - tulpen - pesticiden - geïntegreerde bestrijding - ornamental bulbs - tulips - pesticides - integrated control
    Potentiële reductie in gewasbeschermingsmiddelgebruik door gewasafhankelijk toedienen. Lelies
    Molema, G.J. ; Koster, A.T.J. ; Verwijs, B.R. ; Meer, L.J. van der; Zande, J.C. van de - \ 2005
    Wageningen : Agrotechnology & Food Innovations (Rapport / Agrotechnology and Food Innovations 583) - 47
    lelies - bloembollen - geïntegreerde bestrijding - lilies - ornamental bulbs - integrated control
    Praktijkvergelijking van op Cropscan gebaseerde meetsystemen voor N-bijmestadvisering. Indicatieve vergelijking van een stationair en mobiel meetsysteem
    Achten, V.T.J.M. ; Molema, G.J. ; Uenk, D. - \ 2005
    Wageningen : Agrotechnology & Food Innovations (Rapport / A & F 543) - 23 p.
    Potentiële reductie in gewasbeschermingsmiddelgebruik door gewasafhankelijk toedienen. Gladiolen
    Molema, G.J. ; Koster, A.T.J. ; Verwijs, B.R. ; Meer, L.J. van der; Zande, J.C. van de - \ 2005
    Wageningen : Agrotechnology and Food Innovations (Rapport / Agrotechnology and Food Innovations 582) - 37
    gladiolus - geïntegreerde bestrijding - bollen - bloembollen - snijbloemen - gladiolus - integrated control - bulbs - ornamental bulbs - cut flowers
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