Lena Stange M.Sc.
Lena Stange M.Sc.
Lena Stange studied cultural studies and French romance philology (B.A.) in Bremen and Avignon (France), and Public Health (M.Sc.) in Oldenburg. From 2012 to 2019, she was a research assistant at the Jade University of Applied Sciences in the section technology and health. Since April 2019, she is a research assistant in the Medical Ethics division at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg.
Being a culture and health scientist, her research interest is located in the field of cultural and social understandings of health and illness, especially pertaining to individual conceptions of ageing, dying and death, as well as concepts of time and temporality and the good life (in a teleological point of view). Furthermore, she is also engaged in ethics counselling, work-related mental health and health policy. Her PhD project is about teleological aspects of life conceptions and advance directives.
Lena Stange is a member of the DFG-research group Medicine, Time and the Good Life (FOR 5022), where she works on the sub-project 7: “Between resignation and optimization – The time structure of the good life in the context of geriatric medicine”.
|Since 04/2019||Research assistant in the division "Ethics in Medicine", Department of Health Services Research, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg|
|2019/2020||Research assistant University Medicinal Center Göttingen, Department of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine (Göttingen)|
|2018/2019||Associate lecturer at the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Public Health Services (Wolfsburg)|
|2012-2019||Research assistant at the Jade University of Applied Sciences, Section Technology and Health (Oldenburg)|
|Master of Science in Public Health (Jade University of Applied Sciences, Oldenburg)|
|Bachelor of Arts in cultural studies and French romance studies (University of Bremen and University of Avignon)|
- Cultural and sociological notions of health and disease
- Advance directive, advance care planning
- Time and temporality; life course, ageing, dying, death
- Work related health research, health policy, organisational culture in health care settings
- Qualitative Research