Esther Molenaar is a doctoral candidate and part of the research group Innovation of Human Movement Care, at the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences. She holds a bachelor degree in physical therapy and a master of science degree in Physical Activity and Health sciences. Her work focuses on innovation in healthy ageing and interprofessional collaboration. She combines her job as a researcher with teaching for the Master Physical Therapy in Geriatrics of the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences.
Training Dual Tasks Together or Apart in Parkinson’s disease: Results From the DUALITY Trial 2017 International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
Test-Retest Reliability of Dual-Task Outcome Measures in People With Parkinson's Disease publicatiedatum feb. 2016 Physical Therapy
Are factors related to dual-task performance in people with Parkinson's disease dependent on the type of dual task? Publicatiedatum 26 nov. 2015 Parkinsonism & Related Disorders
Dual tasking in Parkinson’s disease: should we train hazardous behavior? 10 aug. 2015 Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics