I am Salome Scholtens, a researcher at the department of health sciences, at the University Medical Centre Groningen in the Netherlands. I started a research line in the systemic perspective and systemic method. It is a new step for me as my original background is in nutrition, epidemiology and public health research (link to publications). After I obtained my PhD, I worked in several postdoc positions and gradually moved towards (project) management positions and got involved in the set-up of a number of large research infrastructure projects like LifeLines. After a few years, I realised I really missed doing scientific research. So, I started this research on a topic I am very curious about. You can read about this proces in my blogs. While doing this, I want to follow the Principles of Open Kitchen Science, because I believe in a more open and more connected way of doing research. I am trained in system dynamics in organisations and in systemic coaching at the Bert Hellinger Institute Netherlands. Among others, I apply the systemic perspective in leadership training for medical students in Groningen. Besides this research and training, I work as a programme manager and liaison officer in the area of FAIR research data at the Genomic Coordination Centre at the University Medical Centre Groningen.
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