Public Health Research at the BSPH

The institutions participating in the BSPH, Alice Salomon Hochschule, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Technische Universität Berlin, cover a broad spectrum of public health topics with their research.

An overview of current research projects can be found on this page and on the pages of the respective universities.

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Public Health Research at the Berlin School of Public Health

In addition to teaching, research is the second pillar of the BSPH. The institutions participating in the BSPH contribute their research expertise. The cooperation agreement stipulates that the third-party funds acquired by university teachers assigned by the BSPH are to be allocated to the respective supporting institutions in their third-party funds balance but shown in the BSPH's current account balance.

Research projects at the BSPH

BSPH scientifically accompanies the innovation funds project TRANSLATE-NAMSE

Nine centers for rare diseases at university hospitals in Germany have joined to implement individual central measures from the National Action Plan for People with Rare Diseases (NAPSE). The project is supported by the statutory health insurance funds AOK Nordost and BARMER, as well as the Alliance of Chronic Rare Diseases (ACHSE).

The evaluation of the measures will be carried out by the project partners, the Berlin School of Public Health (BSPH) and the Centre for Evidence-Based Health Care at Dresden University of Technology.

The common goal is to ensure that the measures implemented will be incorporated into standard health care in the future. The centers have been set up and networked in such a way that they complement each other in their expertise and are distributed throughout Germany.

To website TRANSLATE-NAMSE

Research projects at Alice Salomon Hochschule

Selection of projects:

ÄiM – Ärztinnen und Ärzte in Migration (Doctors in Migration) - Integration into German Rehabilitation Institutions
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Theda Borde
Funding source: Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund

ElfE – Eltern fragen Eltern (Parents ask parents) PartKommPlus/ Network Participatory Health Research.
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Gesine Bär
Funding: BMBF

EMES-BB - Economic Models for Evaluation of Sample Value in Biobanking
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Uwe Bettig
Funding: IFAF

GF AE - Gesundheitsförderung bei Alleinerziehenden (Health promotion for single parents)
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Raimund Geene
Funding source: BZgA

KiMo KiPäd - Gesundheitsförderung in der Kindheitspädagogik) Health Promotion in Childhood Education)
Project management: Prof. Dr. Raimund Geene, Susanne Borkowski
Funding: BAG BEK; Robert Bosch Foundation

GuT - Gute gesunde Kindertagespflege (Good healthy day care for children)
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Susanne Viernickel
Funding: Federal Association of Child Day Care

HCP - Health Care professionals - New ways in the academization of the health professions
Project management: Prof. Dr. Theda Borde, Prof. Dr. Elke Kraus
Funding: BMBF

NGK - Netzwerk Gesunde Kinder in Brandenburg (Network Healthy Children in Brandenburg) - Accompanying scientific research
Project management: Prof. Dr. Raimund Geene, Prof. Dr. Gesine Bär
Funding: Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the State of Brandenburg

PartNet pilot study learning videos - conception, production and evaluation of German-language videos on participatory methods of social and health research
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Gesine Bär
Funding source: BZgA

PPZ - Pflegepraxiszentrum für geriatrische digitale Assistenz (Nursing practice centre for geriatric digital assistance)
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Uwe Bettig
Funding: BMBF

SiS - Treasure Hunt - Scientific Research Accompanying the Health Promotion Programme Treasure Hunt (Hamburg/Germany)
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Raimund Geene
Funding source: HAG, Techniker Krankenkasse

Self-help active - (Inter-)active self-help for relatives of Turkish origin caring for dementia sufferers
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Hürrem Tezcan-Güntekin
Funding: Sufi Pflegedienst and Alzheimer Gesellschaft Bielefeld e.V.

Link to the website Research at ASH

 

Research projects at Charité - Universitätsmedizin - Institute of Public Health

Selection of projects:
Research Field Epidemiology

  • The Berlin Initiative Study (BIS) - Epidemiology of Kidney Function in Old Age
    Project Management: Prof. Dr. Elke Schäffner
  • Causal Methods in Neurovascular Epidemiology Research Group (CONVERGE)
  • Project Management: Prof. Dr. Dr. Tobias Kurth
  • Determinants of risk factor control in patients with coronary heart disease and meta-research on post-marketing studies.
    Project Management: PD Dr. Christof Prugger

Health Care Research
NAVICARE and DISCHARGE
Project Management: PD Dr. Nina Rieckmann,

Innovation Funds Evaluation Projects
Project Management: Prof. Dr. Dr. Tobias Kurth

  • T-NAMSE - Evaluation Research
  • SMARTGEM - Mobile Migraine App
  • ANNOTeM - Telemedicine

Link to the website Research Institute of Public Health

Research Projects at TU Berlin - Management in Health Care

Selection of projects:

  • Quality information in outpatient care: an international comparison
  • Health Economic Centre Berlin (BerlinHECOR)
  • Capacity building in Ghana
  • captureACCESS - Capturing geographical and perceived barriers to healthcare access
  • DoRIS Tanzania
  • Emergency services - Organization and financing of emergency medical care in selected countries
  • ERIC - Enhanced Recovery after Intensive Care
  • European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
  • HiT reviews
  • health policy monitor
  • ICARE4EU: Innovating care for people with multiple chronic conditions in Europe
  • IPHA - Population Perspective in the Assessment of the Performance of Health Systems
  • MeDIoRI - Medical devices: Incentives and effects of regulatory measures
  • MUNROS - Health Care Reform: The impact on practice, outcomes and costs of new roles for professionals
  • OAV - Optimised drug supply for geriatric patients in need of care (OAV)
  • Quality transparency and its effect on the quality of inpatient care
  • SELFIE
  • Hospital reimbursement for the treatment of highly variable patients

Link to the website