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Projects

  • Sexual activity

    Factors associated with frequency of sexual activity

    • Project Number: LSC20-003
    • Project Lead: Juliane Burghardt, Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences / Division Clinical Psychology
    • Project Partner: Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences / Division Psychological Methodology, Psychosomatic Center Waldviertel - Eggenburg Clinic, Psychosomatic Center Waldviertel - Eggenburg Clinic
    • Duration: 36 months starting from 01.01.2022
  • Follow-up psychiatric patients

    Graded psychiatric care for patients with special care needs

    • Project Lead: Friedrich Riffer, Psychosomatic Center Waldviertel - Eggenburg Clinic
    • Project Partner: Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences / Division of Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Medicine (University Hospital Tulln), Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences / Division Clinical Psychology, Psychosomatic Center Waldviertel - Eggenburg Clinic
    • Duration: 48 months starting from 01.04.2018

    Background

    Patients being treated frequently and in different care facilities, also due to repeated treatment discontinuations, burden the care structures. The causes of the repeated treatment discontinuations and consequently readmissions, as well as the lack of reintegration are not restrictive known. It is therefore of great importance to investigate which factors are associated with potential readmissions and play a role in social reintegration. This project examines the benefits of patients with special aftercare needs. The goal is to optimize the graded care and reduce the readmissions. Basic knowledge will be gained on the benefit of patients with special care needs, who will contribute to the dismissal of the care system.
    Questions:
    1. Are there subgroups of patients with or without fundamental social and cognitive impairment among psychiatric patients with addiction (F1) or personality disorders (F6)?
    2. Is there a difference among the subgroups of psychiatric patients with or without cognitive thinking disorders regarding (re)admission r and cumulative length of stay, and social and professional reintegration

Events

  1. 10 Jan

    STUDENT TALK Medicine

    10. January 2023, 18:00 - 18:30
    Online via KL Instagram Channel
  2. 24 Jan

    INFO TALK Medicine - questions in English will be answered

    24. January 2023, 18:00 - 19:00
    Online Chatroom: Microsoft Teams
  3. 11 Apr

    STUDENT TALK Psychology

    11. April 2023, 18:00
    Instagram Channel - Live Q&A