I, Bryan R.R.Z. Aaldering (1988), am currently Product Owner at Sensara. I've been working on transitioning from the current on-premises solution to a cloud based solution. In addition, I was involved on connecting Sensara's systems to third parties like electronic patient records and GPS wearables for eldery people suffering from dementia. I also helped introducing PowerBI for reporting purposes.
During my education, I have focused on improving the quality of education for medical, biomedical, dentistry and molecular mechanisms of disease students within the Faculty of Medical Sciences. My main interests are traveling, photography and the use of novel technology in healthcare.
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Product Owner • August 2019 - Present
Product Owner for both Homecare and Procare solutions. Working together with our R&D, sales and support departments to maximize value for our customers. As PO, I report directly to the CEO of the company.
Java Developer & Scrum master • Februari 2019 - August 2019
Java Developer within the HomeCare team of Sensara. Using sensors instead of cameras, Sensara HomeCare helps elderly individuals to live as long as possible safe and independent in their own home. Used frameworks and tools include Spring Boot, Kubernetes and Postgresql. In addition to being a java developer, I fulfilled the role of scrum master of the HomeCare development team.
Junior software engineer • November 2017 - Februari 2019
Student member of the executive management • September 2013 - August 2015
The UMC-council has a say in matters concerning research and education policy within the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre. Topics include a focus on the future research agenda and the new bachelor’s curriculum for Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. As of September 2013 student member of the executive management of the UMC-council.
Secretary • November 2015 - May 2016
The Landelijk Medisch Studenten Overleg (National Medical Students Council, LMSO) represents all medical students in the Netherlands (±18000) through a National student consultation. Its members are all student members in the executive boards of the university medical centres, and representatives from the student councils from the 8 Dutch medical schools. In addition, LMSO is in close contact with the National Federation of University Medical Centers (NFU).
Student member in the board of executives • November 2012 - August 2013
Student representative for medical students (Medicine, Biomedical Sciences, Dentistry & Molecular Mechanisms of Disease) and student member of the board of executives of the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center.
Taking care for students participation in policy making through advising on short and long term educational topics, achieved through intensive contact with students, education directors, executive boards of both university and hospital, policy makers and teachers.
Master Biomedical Sciences• April 2020
Major in Health Technology Assessment, which consisted of four courses: Policy Research, Health Outcome Measurement, Economic Analysis in Health Care and Advanced Modelling in Observational Research.
In addition, the major included a 26-week internship. Based on my findings, a research paper was published. The paper can be read here.
Atheneum • June 2007
Atheneum is the main educational track of the Dutch "University Preparatory Education" (EQF level 4). Major in Science and Health, which included courses in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. In addition, an elective in Management and Organisation was chosen. The school research project was on the use of antibiotics in milk for human consumption.
Consultancy Intern • November 2016 - March 2017
The internship focused on the perceived legitimacy of decisions made by the National Health Care Institute (Zorginstituut Nederland), by healthcare workers. Seven different stakeholders were interviewed. Subsequently, the interpretive frames of these stakeholders were analysed using ATLAS.ti. The internship resulted in an advisory report, with a number of recommendations already being implemented.
Research Intern • November 2015 - May 2016
Research intern at the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Radboudumc, Nijmegen. The goal of the internship was to perform a network meta-analysis on the efficacy of direct antiviral agents in patients with hepatitis c virus. Based on this internship, a research paper was published. The paper can be read here.
Bryan has a get-things-done-mentality and has clear views what is best in difficult situations! During our time working together on the LMSO Congress, the team has built on his expertise and we couldn't have done this without him!Joris Theunissen
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