Assessment of Patient-Centeredness through Patient-Reported Experience Measures (ASPIRED)

ASPIRED is a health services research project led by Dr. Isabelle Scholl and funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research over the period of five years.

ASPIRED has three aims: 1) To assess the relevance of different dimensions of patient-centeredness from patients’ perspectives; 2) to develop and psychometrically test a core set of German patient-reported experience measures (PREM) to assess different dimensions of patient-centeredness; and 3) to investigate the feasibility of implementation of the developed PREM core set in routine health care.

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Projekt COMET

Collaborative and Stepped Care in Mental Health by Overcoming Treatment Sector Barriers (COMET)

COMET is a health care research project funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) that is conducted within the Hamburg network for health care research ( for a period of three years.

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Current dates

01. Apr 2019

7. DNVF-Spring School 2019

Die Spring-School bietetfür Studierende oder Absolventen und Absolventinnen aus dem Bereich der Sozialwissenschaften, Psychologie und Medizin, Pflegewissenschaften, Gesundheitswissenschaften o.ä. ein breites Angebot an Fortbildungen.

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03. Apr 2019

Seminarreihe Epidemiologie und Biostatistik

Mittwoch 3. April 2019, 15:00 Uhr
Seminarraum 210/211, Gebäude N55 UKE
  "Do we believe that our mind causes cancer?"- Professor Dr. Christoffer Johansen, Copenhagen

03. Apr 2019

7. Norddeutscher Dialog der BARMER

Ambulant. Stationär. Sektorengrenzen. Wie muss Versorgung gehen?

Radisson Blue Senator Hotel Lübeck

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