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Dr. rer. medic. Almuth Berg

Dr. rer. medic., nursing and health scientist, registered nurse

Room 302

E-mail: almuth.berg(at)medizin.uni-halle.de

Phone: +49 (0)345 557 4132

Vocational training & certificates 

  • 2003: diploma in nursing and health science
  • 1998-2003: diploma programme "Nursing and Health Sciences", Institute of Health and Nursing Science, Halle (Saale)
  • 1992: registered nurse
  • 1989-1992: vocational training in nursing and health care (Medical School, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg)

Professional career

  • Since 2007: Scientific staff member at the Institute of Health and Nursing Science, Medical Faculty, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
  • 2004-2007: Scientific staff member at the University Hospital Gießen and Marburg GmbH, Marburg
  • 2006: Lecturer at the Academy of Nursing and Social Care Professionals, Marburg
  • 2003-2005: Academic assistant and scientific staff member at the Institute of Health and Nursing Sciences, Halle (Saale)
  • 1993-1999: Practice nurse (focusing on audiological and ENT function tests), Berlin

Research focus

  • Evidence-based nursing
  • Clinical nursing research

Current and former research projects

  • WISDE: Snoezelen, Structured Reminiscence Therapy and 10-Minutes Activation in Long Term Care Residents with Dementia
  • Information on ICU: Structured information during the ICU stay to reduce anxiety
  • Cochrane LTx: Prevention of infection in patients following liver-transplant. Three Cochrane reviews
  • NÄP-DMP: Non-physician health care providers for the treatment and care of the chronically ill (focusing on DMP diagnoses)
  • RCT ICURCT ICU: Preoperative information for ICU patients to reduce anxiety during and after the ICU-stay
  • WOUNDSSWOUNDSS: Wound Dressing vs. no Dressing for Surgical Sites: Quantitative Systematic Review
  • SFB 580 - C5SFB 580 -C5: Rehabilitation after stroke
  • BraFaP: The Brandenburg skilled labor trial, section "care"
  • EPCentCare: Effect of Person-Center ed Care on antipsychotic drug use in nursing homes: a cluster randomised controlled trial 

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