Head of the academic workplace Recovery and Rehabilitation, GGZ inGeest
1996-2000 University of Applied Sciences Arnhem en Nijmegen, faculty nursing (in Dutch: HBOV-duaal)
1995-1996 University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, first-year diploma in nursing (in Dutch: propedeuse HBOV)
2002-2007 University of Utrecht, Health Sciences, faculty Nursing Science
2009-2013 VU University Amsterdam/GGZ inGeest, Thesis “Collaborative Care for patients with severe personality disorders’
Dr. B. Stringer. In 2014 Stringer was appointed as head of the academic workplace Recovery and Rehabilitation. Next to this position she is working at a High & Intensive Care unit of GGZ inGeest for one day a week as a psychiatric nurse. She participates in the suicide prevention committee of GGZ inGeest and is a member of the research group Mental Health Nursing at Inholland University. She won several awards for projects with clinical impact. She provides trainings and workshops in e.g. suicide prevention and dealing with patients with complex behaviours. Due to her combination of research skills and clinical experience she is a frequently asked advisor for research and innovation projects in her own organisation GGZ inGeest, and also in other organizations.