Birgitta Weltermann
Prof. Dr. Birgitta Weltermann
  • Institut für Hausarztmedizin
Research topics
  • general practice and family medicine
The institute focusses on developing future strategies for general practice and family medicine. Drawing on methods of the implementation sciences and clinical epidemiology, various topics are addressed: hypertension (cardiovascular health), vaccinations and vaccination management (preventive care), mental health of practice personnel (leadership), social prescribing (social determinants of health). In the projekt "hausarztpraxis 4.0" various it-supported strategies at improving health and health services are developed and evaluated.
Selected publications

Brandt, Puth, et al. No difference in medication regimes and dosing in study participants with and without blood pressure control: longitudinal data of the population-based Heinz Nixdorf Recall Study. Journal of Hypertension (.

Thielmann, Puth, Weltermann. Improving knowledge on vaccine storage management in general practices: Learning effectiveness of an online-based program. Vaccine (2020).

Karimzadeh, Leupold, et al. Optimizing blood pressure control by an Information Communication Technology-supported case management (PIA study): study protocol for a cluster-randomized controlled trial of a delegation model for general practices. Trials (2021).

Degen, Linden, et al. Job Satisfaction and Chronic Stress of General Practitioners and Their Teams: Baseline Data of a Cluster-Randomised Trial (IMPROVE job). Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021.

Birgitta Weltermann
Prof. Dr. Birgitta Weltermann
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