Adinda Mailuhu is a PhD student and a general practitioner in training at the department of General Practice at the Erasmus University Medical Centre in Rotterdam. After finishing her medical degree in 2012 at the Erasmus University Medical Centre, she worked as a resident at the emergency department of Franciscus Hospital in Roosendaal, The Netherlands.
She started her PhD in 2014 and in 2015 she started her first year as a general practitioner in training at a general practice in Roosendaal. The focus of her PhD project is the treatment of acute lateral ankle sprains in general practice (trAPP-study): a randomized controlled trial to examine the effectiveness of an unsupervised neuromuscular training program for the treatment of acute lateral ankle sprains. In addition, she will investigate the long-term course and prognosis of patients with acute lateral ankle sprains in general practice. During her PhD project, she will be following courses at the NIHES (Netherlands Institute for Health Sciences) at Erasmus University Medical Centre, to obtain the Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology.