Contact information:
University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen
Dept of Community & Occupational Health
Antonius Deusinglaan 1, 9713 AV Groningen, the Netherlands

Prof. Dr. S. A. Reijneveld, MD (1960) is a full professor at the University Medical Center Groningen, head of the Department of Health Sciences, head of the Public Health Research programme, and of the Public Health Epidemiology part of the Research master Psychosocial and clinical epidemiology. Moreover, he is affiliated with TNO (Netherlands Organization of Applied Scientific Research) Quality of Life in Leiden. He has received training in community medicine and in epidemiology and is a registered Community physician and Epidemiologist. His research focuses on the mental health and development of children and adolescents and the opportunities for prevention in this area as well as the contribution of deprivation. He is a member of the Dutch national Health Council/Council on Health Research, a member of the board of a number of funding programmes, an associate editor of the European Journal of Public Health, and a reviewer of various journals in the domains of public health, pediatrics and psychiatry, and of various national and international funding programmes.

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(S)SCI articles

  1. Behanova M, Reijneveld SA, Nagyova I, Katreniakova Z, van Ameijden EJ, Dijkshoorn H, van Dijk JP. Are area-level and individual-level socioeconomic factors associated with self-rated health in adult urban citizens? Evidence from Slovak and Dutch cities. European Journal of Public Health 2017, 27, Suppl_2:86-92
  2. Sudzinova A, Nagyova I, Rosenberger J, Studencan M, Vargova H, Middel B, van Dijk JP, Reijneveld SA. Seven years’ mortality in Roma and non-Roma patients after coronary angiography. European Journal of Public Health 2015, 25, 5:765–769
  3. Kolvek G, Podracka L, Rosenberger J, Stewart RE, van Dijk JP, Reijneveld SA. Solitary Functioning Kidney in Children-A Follow-Up Study. Kidney & Blood Pressure Research 2014, 39:272-278
  4. Behanova M, Katreniakova Z, Nagyova I, van Ameijden EJC, Dijkshoorn H, van Dijk JP, Reijneveld SA. The effect of neighbourhood unemployment on health-risk behaviours in elderly differs between Slovak and Dutch cities. European Journal of Public Health 2015, 25, 1: 108-114
  5. Behanova M, Nagyova I, Katreniakova Z, van Ameijden EJC, van Dijk JP, Reijneveld SA. Health-risk behaviours in deprived urban neighbourhoods: a comparison between Slovak and Dutch cities. International Journal of Public Health 2014, 59:405-414
  6. Silarova B, Nagyova I, Rosenberger J, Studencan M, Ondusova D, Reijneveld SA, van Dijk JP. Sense of coherence as a predictor of health-related behaviours among patients with coronary heart disease. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 2014, 13, 4:345-356
  7. Silarova B, van Dijk JP, Nagyova I, Rosenberger J, Reijneveld SA. Differences in health-related quality of life between Roma and non-Roma coronary heart disease patients: the role of hostility. International Journal of Public Health 2014, 59:271-277.
  8. Behanova M, Nagyova I, Katreniakova Z, van Ameijden EJC, van Dijk JP, Reijneveld SA. The effect of urban-area unemployment on the mental health of citizens differs between Slovak and Dutch cities. Health & Place 2013, 24: 210-215
  9. Silarova B, Nagyova I, van Dijk JP, Rosenberger J, Reijneveld SA. Anxiety and sense of coherence in Roma and non-Roma coronary heart disease patients. Ethnicity & Health 2014, 19, 5: 500-511
  10. Sudzinova A, Nagyova I, Studencan M, Rosenberger J, Skodova Z, Vargova H, Middel B, Reijneveld SA, van Dijk JP. Roma coronary heart disease patients have more medical risk factors. and greater severity of coronary heart disease than non-Roma. International Journal of Public Health 2013, 58, 3:409-415
  11. Skodova Z, Nagyova I, van Dijk J.P., Sudzinova A, Vargova H, Rosenberger J, Middel B, Studencan M, Reijneveld SA. Socioeconomic inequalities in quality of life and psychological outcomes among cardiac patients. International Journal of Public Health 2009, 54, 4:233-240.
  12. Skodova Z, van Dijk JP, Nagyova I, Rosenberger J, Ondusova D, Studencan M, Reijneveld SA. Psychosocial factors of coronary heart disease and quality of life among Roma coronary patients: a study matched by socioeconomic position. International Journal of Public Health 2010, 55, 5: 373-380.
  13. Skodova Z, van Dijk JP, Nagyova I, Rosenberger J, Ondusova D, Middel B, Reijneveld SA. Psychosocial predictors of change in quality of life in patients after coronary interventions Heart & Lung: Journal of Acute and Critical Care, 2011, 40, 4:331-339.
  14. Kolvek G, Reijneveld SA, Podracka L, Rosenberger J, Nagyova I, van Dijk JP. End-stage renal disease in Slovak children: epidemiology from a European perspective. European Journal of Pediatrics 2011, 170, 11:1445–1451
  15. Kolvek G, Rosicova K, Rosenberger J, Podracka L, Stewart RE, Nagyova I, Reijneveld SA, van Dijk JP. End-stage renal disease among Roma and non-Roma: Roma are at risk. International Journal of Public Health 2012, 57, 4: 751-754.
  16. Silarova B, Nagyova I, Rosenberger J, Studencan M, Ondusova D, Reijneveld SA, van Dijk JP. Sense of coherence as an independent predictor of health-related quality of life among coronary heart disease patients. Quality of Life Research, 2012, 21, 10:1863–1871
  17. Skodova Z, Nagyova I, van Dijk JP, Sudzinova A, Vargova H, Studencan M, Reijneveld SA. Socioeconomic differences in psychosocial factors contributing to coronary heart disease: A review. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 2008, 15, 3:204-213
  18. Skodova Z, Nagyova I, Rosenberger J, van Dijk JP, Middel B, Vargova H, Sudzinova A, Studencan M, Reijneveld SA. Vital exhaustion in coronary heart disease: the impact of socioeconomic status European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation 2008, 15, 5:572-576
  19. Wynia K, Middel B, de Ruiter JH, Van Dijk JP, De Keyser JHA, Reijneveld SA. Stability and relative validity of the Multiple Sclerosis Impact Profile. Disability and Rehabilitation.
  20. El Baz N, Middel B, van Dijk JP, Oosterhof A, Boonstra PW, Reijneveld SA. Are the outcomes of clinical pathways evidence-based? A critical appraisal of clinical pathway evaluation research. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2007, 13:920-929

Running projects

  1. OSA: The impact of biomedical and psychosocial factors on quality of life in patients with slep apnea