Articles in journals
van Vliet, M. , Jong, M. & Jong, M. C. (2017). Long-term benefits by a mind–body medicine skills course on perceived stress and empathy among medical and nursing students. Medical teacher, vol. 39: 7, pp. 710-719.
Huber, M. , van Vliet, M. , Giezenberg, M. , Winkens, B. , Heerkens, Y. , Dagnelie, P. C. & Knottnerus, J. A. (2016). Towards a 'patient-centred' operationalisation of the new dynamic concept of health : a mixed methods study. BMJ Open, vol. 6: 1
van Vliet, M. , Jong, M. , Busch, M. , Meijer, J. E. M. , von Rosenstiel, I. A. & Jong, M. C. (2015). Attitudes, Beliefs, and Practices of Integrative Medicine Among Nurses in the Netherlands. Journal of Holistic Nursing, vol. 33: 2, pp. 110-121.
van Vliet, M. , Jong, M. & Jong, M. (2014). A Barrier Opener for Personal Insights : Nursing and Medical Students Experiences of Participating in an Experiential Mind-Body Skills Program. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, vol. 20: 5, pp. A98-A99.
van Vliet, M. , Jong, M. & Jong, M. C. (2014). Effects of a Mind-Body Medicine Skills Program on Perceived Stress, Empathy and Self-Reflection Among Medicine and Nursing Students: A Quantitative Study. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, vol. 20: 5, pp. A99-A99.
Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries
van Vliet, M. (2017). Integrative Medicine in the Dutch healthcare system : prerequisites and tools for implementation. Dis. (Comprehensive summary) Sundsvall : Mid Sweden University, 2017 (Mid Sweden University doctoral thesis : 261)