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 PD Dr. med. Ksenija Slankamenac PhD (ksenija.slankamenac@usz.ch).

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

 



Identification and Characterization of Repeated Emergency Department Visitors

Aim

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

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343


Indication and Outcome of the Influenza Screening Test

Aim

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.

KEK-Ethiknummer

2017-01316

 

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

Aim

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.

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-01337

 

Advance Directives in the Emergency Department

Aim

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

KEK-Ethiknummer

nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetz (HFG) (Art. 2+3)


Safety of Outpatient Treatments of Emergency Department Patients with Uncomplicated Diverticulitis

Aim

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

KEK-Ethiknummer

2016-00343


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

Aim

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

KEK-Ethiknummer

2018-01329


Prevalence, interventions and consequences of mental health crisis

Aim

The aim is to identify ED patients with mental health crisis and to investigate the interventions and consequences.

KEK-Ethiknummer

2018-01341


Undertriage of senior female patients in the Emergency Department: truth or myth

Aim

The aim is investigate whether senior female ED patients were undertriaged compared to senior male ED patients.

KEK-Ethiknummer

nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetz (HFG) (Art. 2+3)


Evaluation of the severity of anaphylactic reactions and the need for subsequent allergological interventions in patients of the Emergency Department

Aim

The aim is to investigate the prevalence of anaphylactic reactions and to evaluate if further allergological assessments and interventions were performed if it was indicated.

KEK-Ethiknummer

nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetz (HFG) (Art. 2+3)


Evaluation of the triage in ED patients with mild injuries following traumas

Aim

The aim is to evaluate the triage of ED patients with Emergency Severity Index (ESI) category 4 following traumatic injuries.

KEK-Ethiknummer

nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetz (HFG) (Art. 2+3)


Increasing the quality of emergency services by evaluating paramedics reports of Emergency Departments patients

Aim

The aim is evaluate the paramedic reports in order to increase quality of emergency services and to optimize emergency processes.

KEK-Ethiknummer

nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetz (HFG) (Art. 2+3)


Organ donor cards in the Emergency Department

Aim

The aim is to determine the prevalence of organ donor cards among ED patients.

KEK-Ethiknummer

nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetz (HFG) (Art. 2+3)


Do less urgent Emergency Department patients really need only one type of resource to investigate health care problems?

Aim

The aim to investigate whether less urgent patients really need only one type of resource to investigate medical problems as it was anticipated to require when the triage was performed.

KEK-Ethiknummer

nicht notwendig gemäss dem Humanforschungsgesetz (HFG) (Art. 2+3)


Masterstudenten und Doktoranden

Masterstudenten

Kevin Boss
Luca Fontana
Ueli Käch
Jenny Müller
Michael Reichert
Noëmi Rütsche
Michael Stucki
Elijah Temperli

Doktoranden

Olivia Diethelm
Giulia Flury
Valerie Girsberger
Raphael Heidelberger
Nina Hiestand
Kathrin Krähenmann
Tim Langner
Timothy Maduz
Anne Neuenschwander
Severin Simmler
Sema Uyulmaz
Meret Zehner


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