Verbesserung der Lebensqualität und Gesundheit durch Versorgungsoptimierung mittels einer intensiveren Integration und Kooperation von Zahnmedizin und Medizin
|Other Titles:||Improve the quality of life and health by optimizing care through a more intensive integration and cooperation of dentistry and medicine||Authors:||Herzberg, Alexandra||Supervisor:||Glaeske, Gerd||1. Expert:||Glaeske, Gerd||2. Expert:||Jordan, A. Rainer||Abstract:||
The following dissertation illustrates, from various professional perspectives, how our public health care could be optimised through more intensive cooperation and integration of dentistry and medicine. The foundation and starting point for this work is presented on the basis of relevant literature, from a public health care perspective. In addition to the theoretical literature elaboration, qualitative, guided expert interviews were also conducted. The methodical evaluation of these discussions took place, following the qualitative content analysis, according to Mayring, using the evaluation MAXQDA 12 programme. The results of the expert interviews provide an insight into the organisation and handling of the individual professions. Six dentists, six general practitioners, six representatives of care facilities, six institutions and six diabetes patients were interviewed. The results of the expert surveys provide an exciting impression of their respective daily work, from a large number of different perspectives. In addition to these anticipated results, experiences could also be gathered, which had not been considered at the outset. This thesis represents interdisciplinary findings and enriches the basis for discussion of possible action that could be taken within health services research on the above-mentioned topic. The dissertation is of interest to readers from the public health care sector as well as those from the dental, medical and nursing sectors.
|Keywords:||public health, cooperations, integration, dentistry, medicine, care, qualitative interviews, qualitative content analysis, individual professions, dentists, medical, nursing, practioners, diabetes patients, interdisciplinary||Issue Date:||31-Aug-2017||URN:||urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-00106068-18||Institution:||Universität Bremen||Faculty:||FB11 Human- und Gesundheitswissenschaften|
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