How can we get better? Global learning and local acting in health services research

Speakers

JULIA THOM
FG 26 — Psychische Gesundheit, Abteilung für Epidemiologie und Gesundheitsmonitoring, Robert Koch-Institut (RKI), Berlin

Julia Thom, graduate psychologist, has been a member of Department 26 - Mental Health of the Department of Epidemiology and Health Monitoring at the Robert Koch Institute since 2016. She conducts research on the (health services-related) epidemiology of mental disorders. She is currently working on her doctorate on the prevalence of depression in population and routine data. As a research associate at the Psychologische Hochschule she was previously involved in research projects on regional variations in the distribution of mental disorders in Germany and the needs assessment concerning the respective health services through medical specialists. In this context, she also worked with the Zentralinstitut für die kassenärztliche Versorgung in Deutschland (Zi) and used data of the Zi Health Care Atlas (Versorgungsatlas). She is currently coordinating the development of the national Mental Health Surveillance at the Robert Koch Institute. In addition to her academic work, she also works as a prospective Psychological Psychotherapist in Outpatient Care as part of her approbation curriculum.

Wednesday 05.06.2019

  • T2-21

    17:30 | Warum sinken Prävalenzen psychischer Störungen trotz des Ausbaus von Versorgungsangeboten nicht ab? Versorgungsepidemiologischer Überblick und Vorstellung des Projekts „Aufbau einer nationalen Mental Health Surveillance“ am Robert Koch-Institut (Co-Autoren: Frank Jacobi, Julia Nübel, Elvira Mauz, Heike Hölling)

    JULIA THOM FG 26 — Psychische Gesundheit, Abteilung für Epidemiologie und Gesundheitsmonitoring, Robert Koch-Institut (RKI), Berlin


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