Prof. Dr. Kathrin Boerner

Division for Prevention and Rehabilitation Research
Department of Health Services Research
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg 

Postal address: 
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg 
26111 Oldenburg 

Visitor address: 
Campus Haarentor, Building V04
Ammerländer Heerstraße 140
26129 Oldenburg

Research Projects

Research projects of the Division for Prevention and Rehabilitation Research

Aging Together: Very Old Parents and Their Children


  ongoing project

Development of an Intervention for Long-Distance Caregivers


  ongoing project

TriaDe – Osteuropäische Live-In-Hilfen in häuslichen Versorgungstriaden bei Demenz


TriaDe ongoing project

Tomorrow’s vital workforce in the cross-border region: how to deal with the shortage of nurses in hospitals?


TowWork ongoing project

Improving vaccination uptake among older adults (≥ 60 years)


ALIVE ongoing project

Moral conflicts in familial dementia care involving migrant live-in carers in Germany and Israel: A comparative-ethical exploration and analysis


MoDeCare ongoing project

Hip-Across - The influence of patient and health system characteristics on outcome after total hip arthroplasty in the cross-border region of Oldenburg and Groningen


Hip-Across ongoing project

Offer more, demand less? Retention measures and job requirements in physician job advertisements of hospitals


BAStell ongoing project

Eastern European live-in carers in home care arrangements for people with dementia: Problem areas and moral conflicts in the triad Person with Dementia – Live-in Carer – Family Carers. An analysis of social media and online focus groups


TriaDe_online ongoing project

Archived projects of the Organizational Health Services Research Division


Informal Care iCohort


ENTWINE finished project

Physicican Recruitment and Retention in Hospitals


P-RaRe finished project

New Service-Delivery Model for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Devices and Intervention


MUK finished project

Feedback behavior of patients on therapy-induced side effects in palliative treatment of lung cancer – Acceptance of 'ambient intelligence' for monitoring side effects in domestic settings


finished project

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