Invite your expert
Call open: 16. January 2023
Deadline: 08. March 2023
Response: end of March 2023
27 February 2023, 9:00-13:00 | Format: on-site (Swiss TPH) and online
Transformational Leadership Event
Recognised experts will present their leadership experience in the form of stories to convey the contextualised essence of what leadership entails. Moreover, we will provide opportunities for participants to network and share ideas to promote mutual learning.
Organised by Barbara Bürkin, PhD student in Public Health/Epidemiology.
Marta Diepeenbroek, Ph.D.
Post-Doctoral Scholar, Institute of Legal Medicine, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Invited by Janine Schulte, PhD student in Biomedical Engineering (Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Basel)
Molecular dissection of a crime scene – everything you want to know about forensics
Location will be announced shortly
09:00 – 10:00: Seminar
10:00 – 12:00: Workshop, followed by apero/lunch
5 September 2022
Dr. Keita Kamijo
Associate Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chukyo University, Japan
Invited by Vera Nina Looser (Sport Science)
Childhood fitness and cognition:
The moderating roles of intra- and inter-individual differences in cognitive and academic performance
12 May 2022
Prof. Elisabeth Brouwer
Department of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Netherlands
Invited by Andrea Hemmig (Clinical Research)
“Polymyalgia rheumatica: new diagnostic routes and new treatment options“
21 June 2022
Professor Emeritus Adrian Bauman
AO FAHMS FACSM FAFHM, Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney, Australia
Invited by Patricia Arnaiz (Public Health/Epidemiology)
What is the difference between scale-up, implementation science and systems thinking? An example from the physical activity.
18 November 2021
2nd Basel Symposium on Sleep & Circadian Rhythm Disorders
Although now fully virtual, “this event wouldn’t have been initiated if it wasn’t the possibility of PPHS funding” to cover speaker’s expenses. (Yu-Shiuan Lin, co-organizer)
Friday, 27 March 2020, 9:45 – 10:45am –
Prof. Dr. Peter May
Associate Professor, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland
invited by Stefan Mitterer, PhD student Nursing Science
“Palliative Care Research: Using Observational Data to Derive Causal Evidence”
Location: University of Basel, Kollegienhaus, Petersplatz, Regenzzimmer 111
Prof. P. May is a health economist focusing on care for people with serious medical illness and complex needs. He designs, runs and analyses evaluations of interventions for patients and their families. In addition to his studies in Ireland, he collaborates extensively with research groups in the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe and elsewhere.
Tuesday, 31 March 2020, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Prof. Dr. Karen Spilsbury
Professor (Invest Chair in Nursing Res), School of Healthcare, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
invited by Lauriane Favez, PhD student in Nursing Science
“Working in partnership to address what matters to people who live or work in care homes”
Location: University of Basel, Nursing Science (INS), Bernoullistrasse 28, Room: UG01
Prof. Karen Spilsbury is a researcher in the field of nursing science and a Chair in Nursing Research at the University of Leads since 2015. Her expertise extends to fields central to contemporary nursing practice, demonstrated by the development of a programme of clinically and policy relevant research in the areas of the healthcare workforce and care for older people. In particular, she is interested in evaluating how changes in the composition, organisation and management of the healthcare workforce impact on quality of care and outcomes.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020, 12:00 – 1:15pm
Dr. Lisa Pfadenhauer, MPH Postdoctoral researcher – Pettenkofer School of Public Health (PSPH), University of Munich, Germany & Public Health Program Associate – Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, USA
invited by Juliane Mielke, PhD student in Nursing Science
“Making Sense of Complexity in Context and Implementation: The Context and Implementation for Complex Intervention (CICI) Framework”
Location: Universitätsspital Basel, Klinikum 1, Spitalstrasse 21, Hörsaal 2, 2. OG
Dr. Pfadenhauer’s research focus lies on the development, implementation and evaluation of complex public health interventions as well as on how to translate scientific evidence into policy and practice.
Tue, 17 December 2019 12-1pm
Prof. Dr. PH Klaus Wingenfeld, University of Bielefeld, Germany
invited by Lauriane Favez, PhD student in Nursing Science.
“Current Policy Directions for Quality Improvement of Long-Term Care in Germany”
Location: Room UG01, Institute of Nursing Science, Bernoullistrasse 28
Prof. Dr. PH Klaus Wingenfeld is the scientific director of the Institute of Nursing Science of the University of Bielefeld (IPW) and has a background in sociology and health sciences. His main areas of work include discharge management in hospitals, assessment tools and quality development in inpatient care facilities. His has been heavily involved in the development and testing of quality indicators in Germany in several fields, including in the long-term care sector. During his talk, he will talk about the current policy directions linked to quality improvement in the German long-term care sector.
3 July 2019
Prof. Stuart Pocock, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine,
invited by Jeanne du Fay de Lavallaz, PhD student in Clinical Research.
“Fundamentals of Statistical Analysis and Design of Clinical Trials”
Stuart Pocock has been professor of medical statistics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine since 1989. His main research interest include randomized clinical trials for statistical methods and their design, monitoring, analyses and reporting, also with collaborations on major clinical trials, especially in cardiovascular disease.
17 April 2019
Prof. Carl May, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine,
invited by Kornelia Basinska, PhD student in Nursing Science.
“Treatment Escalation Planning: eliciting patient preferences and implementing shared decision-making tools in a complex health economy”
Prof. Carl May is a social scientist with interests in the social organization of healthcare. Together with Dr. Tracy Finch he developed a novel and widely used conceptual model of individual and organizational behaviour theory so called “Normalization Process Theory”.
2 April 2019
Prof. Leonard Kaminsky, Ball State University, USA,
invited by Jonathan Wagner, PhD student in Sport Science.
“The Importance of the Development of a (Inter)National Registry for Cardiorespiratory Fitness”
Leonard A. Kaminsky is a Professor at the School of Kinesiology, Ball State University and director of the Fisher Institute for Health and Well Being. His research has focused on relationships among physical activity, physical fitness and health. He presently chairs the advisory board for an initiative to establish a national registry of cardiorespiratory fitness in the US.
14 December 2018
Prof. Per Nilsen, University of Linköping,
invited by Thekla Brunkert, PhD student in Nursing Science
“Using Theory to Understand Implementation Challenges”
Per Nilsen is a Professor of Social Medicine and Public Health, with a particular focus on implementation science, at Linköping University, Sweden. He was responsible for building a research program on implementation science at Linköping University, which has attracted national and international interest. He leads several projects on implementation of evidence-based practices in various health care and community settings.
23 November 2018
Prof. Byron Powell, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
invited by Raphaëlle-Ashley Guerbaai, PhD student in Nursing Science
“Implementation science as a driver for more effective health care delivery”