Patient-centered care: evaluation and implementation

  • Description
  • Description

    The research group “patient-centered care: evaluation and implementation” (head: Dr. Isabelle Scholl) addresses research questions related to the development and evaluation of interventions and measures that aim to foster patient-centered care.

    Our main research interests are: shared decision making, patient-centered communication, patient-centered health care delivery, and quality improvement in health care. The group performs research in the context of:

    • Health services research
    • Implementation science
    • Measurement development and psychometric evaluation
    • Systematic and scoping reviews

    • Christalle E. Development and psychometric testing of a patient-reported experience measures (PREMs) core set to assess patient-centeredness (PC). Non-medical PhD Programme, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf; ongoing.
    • Zeh S. Assessment of patient-centeredness from the patients’ perspective: a mixed-methods study. Non-medical PhD Programme, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf; ongoing.
    • Lindig A. Evaluation of a multi-component shared decision-making implementation program in cancer care. Non-medical PhD Programme, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf; ongoing.
    • Hahlweg P. Development and evaluation of a program for routine implementation of shared decision-making in oncology. PhD thesis, Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg; 2019.
    • Müller E. Facilitating the implementation of shared decision making in routine care through clinician-mediated interventions. PhD thesis, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf; 2019.
    • Kölker M. Psychometric testing of the German version of OPTION5 Item. PhD thesis, Faculty of Medicine, University of Hamburg; 2018.
    • Romero I. Shared decision-making in chronic care. An assessment of status quo in primary and secondary care in Hamburg. PhD thesis, Faculty of Medicine, University of Hamburg; 2016.
    • Doherr H. Use of the 9-item Shared Decision Making Questionnaire (SDM-Q-9 and SDM-Q-Doc) in intervention studies – A systematic review. Master thesis, Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg; 2016.
    • Topp J. Shared decision-making in physical therapy: Physiotherapists’ knowledge, attitudes and self-reported use. Master thesis, Health Sciences, HAW Hamburg; 2016.
    • Cömert M. Assessing communication skills of medical students in Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE) - A systematic review of measures. Master thesis, Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg; 2015.
    • Didi S. Assessment of the quality of decision-making in multidisciplinary team meetings: A structured observational study. Master thesis, Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg; 2015.
    • Frerichs W. Shared decision-making in oncology: A qualitative analysis of different stakeholders views on current practice. Master thesis, Health Sciences, HAW Hamurg; 2015.
    • Müller E. Assessment of trust in the physician: A systematic review of measures. Master thesis, Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg; 2013.
    • Pahlke S. The German version of the Four Habits Coding Scheme – Psychometric testing of a measure to assess medical communication skills. Bachelor thesis, Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg; 2011.