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

Speakers

SYLVIA WELLHAUSEN
Berlin School of Public Health, Charité — Universitätsmedizin Berlin

After studying sociology, social and economic history, political sciences and sports sciences at the Universität Hamburg, Sylvia Wellhausen conducted research and teaching on qualitative-empirical social research. Her own research focus was on "work and health". After a period of freelance work in coaching and training, followed a 10-year career in quality management and organizational development in the aviation industry. Her keen interest in public health prompted her to study this at the Berlin School of Public Health of the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Special interest is in health system research, improvement of care and infectious disease epidemiology. As part of a scientific collaboration at the Robert Koch Institute, she prepared an analysis for the Nationale Antibiotika-Resistenz-Surveillance and helped to organize a scientific conference on rational antibiotic consumption in the outpatient care sector.

Thursday 06.06.2019

  • T3-31

    11:15 | Bakterielle Erreger und Antibiotika-Resistenz bei aus dem Respirationstrakt entnommenen Proben im Zeitraum 2013—2016. Eine Analyse aus der nationalen Antibiotika-Resistenz-Surveillance (ARS) (Co-Autoren: Dr. Robby Markwart, Ines Noll, Marcel Feig, Benedikt Zacher, Niklas Willrich, Hans Peter Blank, Dr. Tim Eckmanns, Dr. Muna Abu Sin)

    SYLVIA WELLHAUSEN Berlin School of Public Health, Charité — Universitätsmedizin Berlin


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