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Doctoral Candidates and Advisors

 

The Cooperative Doctoral Study Course "Health Services Research: Collaborative Care" stands out due to a variety of specialist disciplines and topics of research.

Subsequently, you can find an overview of all doctoral candidates that obtain funding within the frame of the State Law for the Promotion of Graduates (Landesgraduiertenförderungsgesetz), their discipline and their doctoral thesis subject as well as their advisors.

 

 

Doctoral Candidate Discipline Doctoral Thesis Subject Advising Tandem
albicker.jpg Julia Albicker Psychology Postpartum Depression in Fathers:
Prevalence, Symptoms and Risk Factors as well as the current Treatment Situation in Germany
buecklein.jpg  Christina Bücklein Educational Science

Interactional and relational experiences of chronically ill children in in-patient settings

  Angelika Eisele Physical Therapy Achieving long-term therapy success – „Behavior Change Counseling“ in out-patient physical therapy
  Social Work Development and evaluation of a training and chaperon concept for volunteers in cooperation with the health services research study „Local, collaborative, stepped and personalized care management for elderly people with chronic diseases – a randomised comparative effectiveness trial”
  Sashi Grünzig Psychology Psychotherapeutic care of depressive patients during the waiting period for psychotherapy: the implementation of online-intervention
  Julia Haller Psychology Conception and evaluation of an inter-/transcultural trraining for psychotherapists
  Isabelle Hempler Public Health Stroke follow-up after medical rehabilitation seen from the persepective of patients, relatives and clinical experts
  Rieke Hoffer Psychology Behavioral issues during the preliminary stages of manifest disorders in day care centers: clinical pathways and support programs from professional and parent perspective
 klott.jpg Stefanie Klott Social Work Nursing relatives at a distance – care structures: vacancies, demands and developmental possibilities
  Mareike Lederle Public Health

Self-management sensitive demands - A concept for demand-actuated enhancement of health competence and empowerment

 

  Sarah Magdalena Piel Clinical Therapeutic Pedagogy

Psychometric review of the Wish-for-Child-Questionnaire for pediatric oncology


  Jana Tempes Health Sciences Health of refugee women of reproductive age – An approach by means of quantitative and qualitative methods and the development of target-group-specific guidance

 

Next to the doctoral candidates, that obtain funding within the frame of the State Law for the Promotion of Graduates (Landesgraduiertenförderungsgesetz), the Cooperative Doctoral Study Course "Health Services Research: Collaborative Care" also offers two spots per participating university for associated doctoral candidates.

Subsequently, you can find an overview of all associated doctoral candidates, their discipline and their doctoral thesis subject as well as their advisors.

 

Doctoral Candidate Discipline Doctoral Thesis Subject Advising Tandem
Psychology Cooperation in care and indications in the case of mental disorders (Working Title)
Psychology
Stefanie Hirth Social Pedagogy Implementation of local alliances against depression into local care structures
Martina Jablotschkin Health Pedagogy
Childhood Pedagogy About the connection between structural framework conditions and the workload and stress experience of pedagogical professionals in the field of work with children younger than three years in day care centers