Sanne van Luenen
Sanne van Luenen (1985) studied Nursing (2002-2006) and completed her Researchmaster Clinical and Health Psychology at Leiden University in 2013. She wrote her thesis about how unconscious worrying can be measured. Her research internship was part of the Leiden Family Study on Social Anxiety.
I am a PhD student at the Clinical Psychology Unit of Leiden University. I am interested in the treatment of psychological problems in people with physical illness. My project focuses on an online self-help program for people with HIV and depressive symptoms. The effectiveness of this program will be studied in a randomized controlled trial.
- Luenen S. van (26 June 2019), Living positive: eHealth for people with HIV and depressive symptoms (PhD thesis. Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Leiden University). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Spinhoven P., Kraaij V., Garnefski N.
- Van Luenen S., Kraaij V., Garnefski N., Spinhoven P. & Van den Akker-van Marle M.E. (2019), Cost-utility of a guided Internet-based intervention in comparison with attention only for people with HIV and depressive symptoms: A randomized controlled trial, Journal of Psychosomatic Research 118: 34-40.
- Luenen S. van, Garnefski N., Spinhoven P. & Kraaij V. (2018), Guided internet-based intervention for people with HIV and depressive symptoms: a randomised controlled trial in the Netherlands, The Lancet HIV 5(9): e488-e497.
- Spaan P., Van Luenen S., Garnefski N. & Kraaij V. (2019), Psychosocial interventions enhance HIV medication adherence: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Journal of health psychology : 1-15.
- Van Luenen S., Garnefski N., Spinhoven P., Spaan P., Dusseldorp E.M.L. & Kraaij V. (2018), The Benefits of Psychosocial Interventions for Mental Health in People Living with HIV: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, AIDS and Behavior 22(1): 9-42.
- Luenen S. van, Kraaij V., Spinhoven P. & Garnefski N. (2016), An internet-based self-help intervention for people with HIV and depressive symptoms: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial., Trials 17: e172.