Agata Menzel
Agata Menzel
B. Sc.
  • Studienkoordinatorin
Arbeitsbereich

Standort

W37 , 5. Etage
Sprachen
Deutsch (Muttersprache)
Englisch
Polnisch

Tätigkeitsschwerpunkte

Publikationen

2021

The effect of COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown on consultation numbers, consultation reasons and performed services in primary care: results of a longitudinal observational study
Schäfer I, Hansen H, Menzel A, Eisele M, Tajdar D, Lühmann D, Scherer M
BMC Primary Care. 2021;22(1):125.

Is subjectively perceived treatment urgency of patients in emergency departments associated with self-reported health literacy and the willingness to use the GP as coordinator of treatment? Results from the multicentre, cross-sectional, observational study PiNo Bund
Schäfer I, Menzel A, Oltrogge J, Slagman A, Möckel M, Lühmann D, Scherer M
BMJ OPEN. 2021;11(11):e053110.

2020

Regional differences in the patient population of general practices in northern Germany: results of a mixed-methods study
Hansen H, Schäfer I, Pohontsch N, Kazek A, Hardt H, Lühmann D, Scherer M
BMJ OPEN. 2020;10(11):e041762.

Regional and patient-related factors influencing the willingness to use general practitioners as coordinators of the treatment in northern Germany - results of a cross-sectional observational study
Hansen H, Schäfer I, Porzelt S, Kazek A, Lühmann D, Scherer M
BMC Primary Care. 2020;21(1):110.

Regional differences in reasons for consultation and general practitioners' spectrum of services in northern Germany - results of a cross-sectional observational study
Schäfer I, Hansen H, Ruppel T, Lühmann D, Wagner H, Kazek A, Scherer M
BMC Primary Care. 2020;21(1):22.

2019

Chronisch Kranke in deutschen Notaufnahmen: Querschnittsanalysen zu Konsultationsanlässen, Gründen für die Inanspruchnahme und Entlassungsdiagnosen
Muche-Borowski C, Boczor S, Schäfer I, Kazek A, Hansen H, Oltrogge J, Giese S, Lühmann D, Scherer M
BUNDESGESUNDHEITSBLA. 2019;62:1103-1112.

2017

Factors associated with general practitioners' awareness of depression in primary care patients with heart failure: baseline-results from the observational RECODE-HF study
Eisele M, Rakebrandt A, Boczor S, Kazek A, Pohontsch N, Okolo-Kulak M, Blozik E, Träder J, Störk S, Herrmann-Lingen C, Scherer M
BMC Primary Care. 2017;18(1):71.

Patients attending emergency departments— a cross-sectional study of subjectively perceived treatment urgency and motivation for attending.
Scherer M, Lühmann D, Kazek A, Hansen H, Schäfer I
DTSCH ARZTEBL INT. 2017;114(39):645-652.

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