Professor of Geropsychology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, EMGO+, Trimbos-instituut, University of Queensland Australia, long-term care, dementia, caregivers, healthy aging, mental health, e-health



Anne Margriet Pot has published widely in her areas of interest in peer-reviewed scientific journals, professional journals and books. She has recently initiated the WHO series on long-term care and in 2006 a Dutch manual on geropsychology that has its 2nd edition meanwhile. Click here for all output.

Tuning in on Life and Aging

Anne Margriet Pot has been active in the field of Psychology and Ageing for over 25 years, not only in scientific research and global health policy, but also in (post)academic education and clinical practice, to improve the care and support for older people. She is currently employed as Senior Health Advisor at the World Health Organization, Geneva, for long-term care and dementia. 

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Anne Margriet Pot started to play the flute at age 7. As a non-professional, she studied with Koos Verheul for 10 years. She also took lessons from Eleanor Duncan Armstrong and Ingrid Geerlings. At the moment she studies with Marieke Schneemann. Click here for Bach's triosonate 1038 in the Krijtberg church in Amsterdam

(Anne Margriet Pot: flute 2)