Storytelling at EUPHA conference in Stockholm

09 November 2017
Martine Bouman was invited by the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environment (RIVM) to deliver a keynote  on “Storytelling makes health statistics more accessible” at a special panel session on November 3rd at the 10th European Public Health Conference in Stockholm.   [...]

CMH participates in webinar on using the Entertainment-Education strategy to end child marriage

07 September 2017
Professor Martine Bouman (Scientific director of the Center for Media and Health) participated in a webinar on using the Entertainment-Education strategy to end child marriage, together with Kriss Barker (Vice – President of International Programs at Population Media Centre) and Carina Schmid (Director of Global Health Programs at PCI Media Impact). The webinar was initiated [...]

​Keynote speech “Statistics need Stories” in Russia

29 May 2017
On May 22nd 2017, Martine Bouman delivered the opening keynote speech at the conference “Social Science & Health Innovations: Making Health Public” in Tomsk, West Siberia. The conference was organized by the Tomsk State University in collaboration with (amongst others) Maastricht University, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (CAPHRI). [...]

Martine Bouman receives prestigious Pearl Award

13 April 2017
On April 12th, Prof. dr. Martine Bouman has received the prestigious 'Pearl Award' from The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (NOHRD) for her many innovative health communication research projects. The Pearl was handed to her by Henk Smid, director of the NOHRD, at the annual Dutch Public Health Conference. [...]

Prof. dr. Martine Bouman wins Marc Cornelissen | Brightlands Award

17 March 2017
Prof. dr. Martine Bouman has received the Marc Cornelissen | Brightlands Award 2017 out of the hands of jury chairperson Maria van der Hoeven and Governor Theo Bovens. The award recognizes prof. Bouman’s work as a groundbreaking pioneer in the line of Marc Cornelissen, who advocated a more sustainable society by doing research expeditions in the polar region. [...]