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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 366 from Gesundheitswesen (Bundesverband der Arzte des Offentlichen Gesundheitsdienstes (Germany))

The practical training of medical students in General Medicine: Important characteristics of teaching practices.

Comprehensive general medical care is endangered by the socio-demographic development of the population as well as by recruitment problems in general medicine. Medical students' interest in general medicine increases if they experience their internships positively. However, the characteristics of teaching practice important to medical students have not been systematically investigated.

Modeling the Effectiveness of Infection Control Measures for the Elimination of Measles: Focus on Adults Born After 1970.

Children's Rights in Health Care: The Views of Ombudsman Offices for Children and Youth and Patient Advocacies in Austria.

The aim of the survey was to obtain a rough estimate of the number and type of reported violations of children's rights in the health care system, as well as an expert evaluation of the problem by the responsible institutions.

Internet-based Information on Genetic Testing in Children with Intellectual Disability and Epilepsies: a Systematic Survey.

Genetic testing is of increasing diagnostic relevance in the evaluation of children with developmental disorders, intellectual disability and epilepsies. The complexity of genetic analyses constitutes a challenge with respect to obtaining informed consent. Internet-based information might facilitate this process.

Autonomy and Participation As Common Goals of Nursing, Therapy and Social Medicine: Proposal for an Organizational Configuration Model on the Basis of Service Blueprinting.

Every person who is in the need of long-term care (according to German Social Code SGB XI §14) fulfills the requirements of disability according to German Social Code SGB IX, § 2. The right of participation and autonomy must be specially protected and realized for persons with long-term care needs because these persons have a limited capacity to advance their interests. The rights of people in the need of long-term care or assistance are protected not only by the national constitution but also by the UN D...

Quality of Life and Satisfaction During the Diabetes Prevention Program GLICEMIA: a Cluster-Randomized, Controlled Trial.

We aimed to assess the health-related quality of life as well as participant satisfaction during the pharmacy-based diabetes prevention program GLICEMIA.

Communicating Risk in Public Health Emergencies: A WHO Guideline for Emergency Risk Communication (Erc) Policy and Practice.

Risk communication in public health emergencies is an essential part of any emergency response.

Return to Work after Temporary Disability Pension.

In Germany, there are no statistics available that reveal how many temporary disability pensioners return to work. The aim of this study was to analyse how many persons to whom a temporary disability pension was granted in 2006 returned to work. Their socio-demographic, health-related and vocational characteristics were examined.

Correction: DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods for Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods for Organizational Health Services Research. Chapter 2 - Methodological Approaches for Organizational Health Services Research: Measures, Data Sources, Data Collection and Data Analysis.

Correction: Lower Extremity Amputation in Germany: Regional Analysis using Nationwide Hospital Discharge Data 2011-2015.

Cancer Patients and the Last Year of Life: Palliative Care, Hospitalization and Place of Death.

Palliative care patients frequently suffer from cancer diagnoses. Specialised palliative home care (German acronym 'SAPV') enables patients with complex symptoms and intensive care needs to receive home care until death. In the German Federal State of Hesse, the first SAPV teams were set up in 2009. Against this background, the aim of this study was (i) to investigate the utilization of SAPV and specialised inpatient palliative care in the last year of life of cancer patients, (ii) to detect the medical pro...

Study Designs for Effect Evaluation in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion - Meaning of Internal and External Validity in Intervention Studies.

Health promotion and disease prevention in Germany have become more important as a result of the Prevention Act that gives special attention to the setting. So far, however, there is neither a common understanding of the terms of this approach, nor are its potentials empirically derived. Therefore, a discussion about suitable evaluation and study concepts is required.

Public Health as Function of the State. Healthcare and "Folkish State Policy".

The subjects of this article are field of activity of public health departments and their functionaries that were established as part of the Act to Standardize the Healthcare System (GVG) from July 3, 1934 during the era of National Socialism and in the early post-war period in Thuringia and Württemberg. The objects of study are the implementation of the new paradigm of «racial and hereditary care» in public health departments defined by the Reich's Ministry of the Interior. Furthermore, this paper also ...

DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods for Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods for Organizational Health Services Research: Short Version.

Organizational health services research in Germany is of increasing relevance. Based on the guide on methods for organizational health services research of the Memorandum III, part 1 from the year 2009, the fundamentals and standards have now been refined. The memorandum captures the theoretical framework, basic methodological approaches and methods in health services research for the design, evaluation and implementation of complex interventions in healthcare organizations.

DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods For Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods For Organizational Health Services Research. Chapter 1 - Definition and Concept of Organizational Health Services Research.

Organizational health services research is still a relatively young field of research in Germany which is of increasing interest. The German Network Health Services Research e.V. (DNVF e.V.) published in 2009 - supported by expert associations and individual members of the DNVF - a guide on "Methods for organizational health services research" of the Memorandum III, part 1[1]. Originating from this publication and facilitated by the increasing relevance of the field, a necessity to refine the conceptual and...

DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods for Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods for Organizational Health Services Research. Chapter 2 - Methodological Approaches for Organizational Health Services Research: Measures, Data Sources, Data Collection and Data Analysis.

Organizational health services research is still a relatively young field of research in Germany which is of increasing interest. The German Network Health Services Research e.V. (DNVF e.V.) published in 2009 - supported by expert associations and individual members of the DNVF - a guide on "Methods for organizational health services research" of the Memorandum III, part 1 1. Originating from this publication and facilitated by the increasing relevance of the field, a necessity to refine the conceptual and ...

DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods for Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods for Organizational Health Services Research. Chapter 3 - Methodological Approaches for the Evaluation and Implementation of Complex Interventions in Healthcare Organizations.

Organizational health services research is still a relatively young field of research in Germany which is of increasing interest. The German Network Health Services Research e.V. (DNVF e.V.) published in 2009 - supported by expert associations and individual members of the DNVF - a guide on "Methods for organizational health services research" of the Memorandum III, part 1 [1]. Originating from this publication and facilitated by the increasing relevance of the field, a necessity to refine the conceptual an...

Determinants of Leaving and Resumption of Medical Profession: A Qualitative Study with Former Participants In a Re-Entry Seminar.

There is an increasing demand for physicians in Germany. At the same time, there are many licensed doctors who are not actively working as physicians. To win them back to their original field of expertise would be a policy to bring doctors into the health care system in a timely manner. The aims of this study were therefore, on the one hand, to explore individual reasons for leaving the medical profession and for deciding to return to the medical profession. Furthermore, the value of participating in a re-e...

Which Proportion of Prescriptions in Germany is Evidence Based?

The provision of healthcare has to take into consideration evidence-based results from valid and relevant studies; this principle is included in German social laws. The prescribing assessment scheme (PAS) of the German National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians contains a systematic appraisal of the benefit of drugs on the basis of their clinical evidence, their safety, and indications for their prescription.

Gender-Specific Differences in the Utilization of Health Care Services in an Urban Population Sample.

This study explores gender-specific differences in the utilization of health care services in an urban population sample.

Risk of Reduced Earning Capacity Pension due to Cardiovascular Diseases after Medical Rehabilitation: An Event History Analysis based on German Statutory Pension Insurance Data.

Not much is known on risks for reduced earning capacity pensions (RECP) for patients with specific diseases. Our study focusses on individuals who have completed a course of rehabilitation due to cardiovascular disease.

Characteristics of Care and Outcome Quality within the Specialized Ambulatory Palliative Care (SAPV): Analysis of Patient Characteristics and Indicators of Care of a Palliative Care Team.

The ambulatory specialized palliative care (SAPV) was implemented to enable patients with the need for end-of-life intensive care to die with accompanied professionality and in familiar surroundings. Studies on changes of patient characteristics as well as the contents of care within time are scarce. The aim of this study was the evaluation of care parameters and variations in time as well as a qualitative assessment of the dying process and the stress on the dependents.


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