Dissertationen und Masterarbeiten

 

​Falls Sie Interesse an einer Dissertation oder Masterarbeit in unserem Institut für Notfallmedizin haben, so senden Sie uns bitte ihr Bewerbungsschreiben an Frau Prof. Dagmar Keller Lang (dagmar.keller@usz.ch) und Frau Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac (ksenija.slankamenac@usz.ch).

Für weitere Fragen und Informationen stehen wir Ihnen gerne jederzeit zur Verfügung.

 



Indication and Outcome of the Influenza Screening Test

The aim of this study is to correctly identify those patients who are at risk for influenza infection and to avoid isolation and costs by a focused use of rapid influenza diagnostic tests.

Team

Severin Simmler

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Kollaborationen

Institut für Klinische Chemie

KEK-Ethiknummer

in Arbeit

 

Early Identification of Patients needing immediate Palliative Care in the Emergency Department by a Novel Screening Tool - Sub-Project of the first Swiss Emergency Department based Palliative Care Program

The aim of this study is to develop and validate an easy applicable screening tool for an early identification of palliative care needs of emergency department patients.

Team

Anne Neuenschwander

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Kollaborationen

Kompetenzzentrum Palliative Care

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-01337

 

Emergency Department Presentations with Acute Drug Toxicity

The aim is to present the wide spectrum of acute drug toxicity in a tertiary referral center.

Team

Cédric Steinmann

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

Keine

KEK-Ethiknummer

2017-00171

 

Chest Pain in Repeated Emergency Department Visitors

The aim is to investigate the prevalence and cause of chest pain in repeated emergency department visitors.

Team

Michael Stucki

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

Keine

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

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Advance Directives in the Emergency Department

The aim is to determine the prevalence of advance directives among ED patients.

Team

Noëmi Rütsche

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

Keine

KEK-Ethiknummer

Nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetzt (HFG) (Art. 2 + 3)

 

Identification and Characterization of Repeated Emergency Department Visitors

The aim is to investigate the prevalence and risk factors in repeated emergency department visitors.

Team

Tim Langner

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

 

Identification and Characterization of Frequent Emergency Department Visitors

The aim is to investigate the prevalence and risk factors in frequent emergency department visitors.

Team

Meret Zehnder

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

 

Mental Disorders in Repeated Emergency Department Visitors

The aim is to investigate the prevalence and risk factors in repeated emergency department visitors suffering from mental disorders.

Team

Raphael Heidelberger

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

 

Risk Factors for Repeated & Frequent Emergency Department Visits in Young Patients

The aim is to investigate risk factors for repeated and frequent emergency department visits in young emergency department patients (18-30 yrs.).

 
Team

Olivia Diethelm

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

 

Risk Factors for Repeated & Frequent Emergency Department Visits in Senior Patients

The aim is to investigate risk factors for repeated and frequent emergency department visits in senior emergency department patients (≥ 70 yrs.).

 
Team

Kathrin Krähenmann

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

 

Long-term Outcome of Repeated Emergency Department Visitors

The aim is to investigate the long-term outcome of repeated emergency department visitors.

 
Team

Giulia Flury

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

 

Safety of Outpatient Treatments of Emergency Department Patients with Uncomplicated Diverticulitis

The aim is to investigate the outcome of outpatient treatments in emergency department patients with uncomplicated diverticulitis.

 
Team

Sema Uyulmaz

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

Grant

Promedica Stiftung zur Finanzierung einer wissenschaftlichen Oberärztin

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343

 

Is there a need for an Emergency Physician in Mental Disorder Patients

The aim is to investigate the need for an emergency medicine assessment in emergency department patients presenting with a mental disorder.

 
Team

Ueli Käch

Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac, PhD

Prof. Dr. med. Dagmar Keller

Kollaborationen

keine

KEK-Ethiknummer

in Arbeit