The different units support the management office as well as all other organisational units at Karl Landsteiner University.
The Education Unit is a department for academic education in the matter of Health Sciences. Our mission is the science-led education with special attention to the didactic challenges in Health Sciences, such as knowledge explosion, digitisation, social skills, patient safety, burnout in health professions etc. Based on findings in the scientific educational literature (e.g. BEME - best evidence medical education) and competence profiles of the desired educational outcomes (e.g. CanMeds or Swiss profiles), we create educational guidelines and take responsibility for the teaching and examination methods of the KL degree programmes and their continuous development. We are engaged in faculty development by providing educational activities (including the didactic academisation of teaching hospitals) and maintain quality assurance measures(such as psychometric analysis of examinations). In didactically complex areas of our curricula (skills lab, eLearning or MC / OSCE exams) we are also in charge operationally (e.g. in organising item writing sessions, compiling and evaluating exams or planning complex OSCEs).
- Support in enhancing success rates of competitive research funding (funding opportunities, information, advice and support in the acquisition of third-party funds)
- Research management (networking, identifying and promoting research skills, cooperation with companies)
- Research documentation (database, newsletter)
- Development and implementation of Open Science strategy
- Establishment and implementation of Go! Research
Quality Management Unit
The Karl Landsteiner Private University of Health Sciences (KL) seeks to anchor the idea of quality vividly in all objectives and at all organisational levels. This means understanding oneself as a reflected and goal-oriented organisation, concretising this basic understanding and making it transparent and comprehensible for all employees, students, teachers and key stakeholders. The development of quality in research, teaching and services is a concrete concern of all persons involved. A lively discussion about objectives, procedures and implementation measures is just as important as the regular review and evaluation of the results.
KL uses a process-oriented quality management system which, in conjunction with the definition of tasks and unique competencies of employees and the definition of responsibilities, serves a continuous process of further development of the university and the promotion of transparency.
The participative and collegial definition of quality objectives and a comprehensive evaluation concept that includes all areas of the university allow coordination and further development in a structured, appropriate and appropriate manner. The necessary coordination processes take place in an interplay within the responsible bodies and in combination with various informal contacts. The university management bears overall responsibility for this, makes this quality culture possible at all levels of the organisation and continuously compares its implementation strategies with the social goals and mission of the university.