BRG Krems Ringstraße Gruppenfoto
Monday, 22. April 2024

Am 19. April war es wieder einmal so weit: Im Rahmen einer Bildungskooperation war die KL im BRG Ringstraße zu Gast - dieses Mal mit einem Vortrag zum Thema Medizinethik im Gepäck.

Hanna Mayer

The growing use of smart control and monitoring tools in nursing increasingly decouples it from ethical and moral considerations - this is the core thesis of a now internationally published analysis by a researcher at Karl Landsteiner University for Health Sciences.


This is the result of a study with more than 27,000 participants from more than 45 countries, in which experiments according to Greene et al. (2009) were attempted to be replicated. On the part of Karl Landsteiner Private University, Prof. Stefan Stieger from the Department of Psychological Methodology and psychology student Jennifer Lenz were involved.


The application deadline for the Bachelor's degree programme in Medical Science, which is the first part of the Bologna-compliant medical degree programme, is still open until 24th April at 11:59 p.m.


A joint study by Ingrid Metzler of the Department of Bioethics and Ethics in Medicine at Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences (KL) and Heidrun Ån of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology uses the Corona contact-tracking apps in Austria and Norway to highlight the role of technology in shaping health policy measures.

Gerald Obermair

Tracking Down The Brain’s Molecular Machine


Factors such as anemia and anticoagulants have more impact on hospitalization time after breast reconstruction than "common" risk factors. That is the outcome of a study carried out by the Karl Landsteiner Private University of Health Sciences in Krems (KL Krems) published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine.


Clinical researchers at Karl Landsteiner University Krems (Austria) evaluate novel diagnostic technique prospectively for the first time in Europe


Karl Landsteiner Private University of Health Sciences is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of health in teaching and research, we are therefore deeply shocked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, which is destroying thousands of lives.


Primarius Assoc. Prof. Dr. Christoph Aspöck 1965-2022

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