Corelien Kloek works as a senior-researcher at the HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht in The Netherlands. Her research focuses on the integration of digital health technology in physiotherapy, with a special interest in mobile health, video consultation, blended care, personalisation and implementation. She supervises several PhD students on the development, evaluation and implementation of e-Exercise interventions. She and her colleagues also initiated the "Fysio Future Lab", in which collective learning between developers, physiotherapists and patients is facilitated. Also, they developed a platform to inform physiotherapists, teachers and students on commercially available health technology, their characteristics and its quality. Corelien has a BSc. degree in physiotherapy and a MSc. degree in health sciences. In 2018, Corelien finished her PhD in the (cost-)effectiveness of a blended intervention for patients with hip/knee osteoarthritis in which face-to-face sessions are combined with a mobile application. Recent publications: Kloek CJJ, Janssen J, Veenhof C. Development of a checklist to assist physiotherapists in determination of patients’ suitability for a blended treatment. Telemed J E Health. 2020 Aug;26(8):1051-1065. Kloek CJJ, Bossen D, De Vries HJ, De bakker DH, Veenhof C, Dekker J. Physiotherapists’ experiences with a blended osteoarthritis intervention: a mixed methods study. Physiother Theory Pract. 2020 May;36(5):572-579.