Organizational Health Services Research
Division for Organizational Health Services Research
Department of Health Services Research
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
Welcome to the webpages of the division of organizational health services research!
The division was founded in November 2017.
Latest news from 30.07.2020
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, employees of our division are currently working mainly from home and cannot be contacted at the telephone numbers listed on the homepage, but continue to be available by e-mail.
New publication of the Competence Network Public Health on COVID-19
The background paper "Wie können nicht an‐COVID‐19 Erkrankte gute Entscheidungen zur Inanspruchnahme von Gesundheitsversorgung treffen?“ has been pubslished: https://www.public-health-covid19.de/aktuelles.html (English translation will follow shortly).
Competence Network Public Health on COVID-19
The German Society for Medical Sociology (DGMS) has currently joined forces with more than 15 scientific societies and associations in the field of public health to form the Competence Network Public Health on COVID-19, in order to pool epidemiological-statistical, social science, (population) medical and methodological expertise. On this website you will find interdisciplinary and scientific findings: https://www.public-health-covid19.de
Start of the research project PIKoG on 1.10.2019
MUK Project prolongation until 08/2021
Publication of the Memorandum on the Concept and Methods of Organizational Health Services Research in the Journal "Das Gesundheitswesen"
New offer: The Mixed Methods Laboratory
Dates and further information: https://uol.de/ovf/mixed-methods-labor/
As a result of the research project NWOB a book was published:
Körner, Mirjam; Ansmann, Lena; Schwarz, Betje; Kowalski, Christoph (Hg.) (2018): Organizational Behaviour in Healthcare. Theoretical Approaches, Methods and Empirical Results. 1. Aufl. Wien, Österreich: LIT Verlag.
At the 38th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Senology, which took place on 14-16 June 2018 in Stuttgart, Prof. Dr. Lena Ansmann was awarded with a prize for her scientific work "Brustkrebs bei Menschen mit körperlicher Behinderung: Ungleichheiten hinsichtlich Erkrankungsschwere und lokaler Tumorbehandlung?"