Research activities School of Health Professions
The latest publications and projects from the School of Health Professions.
Di Natali, Christian; Poliero, Tommaso; Sposito, Matteo; Graf, Eveline; Bauer, Christoph; Pauli, Carole; Bottenberg, Eliza; De Eyto, Adam; O’Sullivan, Leonard; Hidalgo, Andrés F.; Scherly, Daniel; Stadler, Konrad S.; Caldwell, Darwin G.; Ortiz, Jesús,
Available from: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-3364
5. Winterthurer Hebammensymposium, Winterthur, 19. Januar 2019.
Pereira, Michelle; Comans, Tracy; Sjøgaard, Gisela; Straker, Leon; Melloh, Markus; O’Leary, Shaun; Chen, Xiaoqi; Johnston, Venerina,
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-4991
Kerry-Krause, Matthew J.; DeSimone, Justin,
The Learning Organization.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-5045
Kerry-Krause, Matthew J.; Ander, Douglas; Davis, Beth,
BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjstel-2018-000390
Health inequalities and the prolongation of working life
Current demographic and economic developments in Western societies fuel a trend of extending working life. The public and academic debates about postponing retirement age give little attention to heterogeneity in aging. This project aims at examining the effects of the transition from employment to retirement on health outcomes for different social ...
Sexual quality of life during the postpartum period
Sexual life is an important part of woman’s health. Childbirth is a stressful event, which can affect female sexual quality of life. Sexual dysfunction is prevalent in the postpartum period and might have adverse consequences on health and wellbeing but also burden the relationship. The sexuality after having given birth is a little researched ...
COPILOT - Cooperative Online Peer-assisted Online Learning in Occupational Therapy
Feasibility and cost description of intensive rehabilitation involving new technologies in patients with sub-acute stroke: A multicenter single arm trial of the Swiss RehabTech Initiative
The objective of the current study is to develop and investigate training concepts involving rehabilitation technology, which aim at exploiting the potential for regaining the ability to perform skilled movements by maximizing training intensity and keeping the motivation of patients high. The evaluation focuses on feasibility and cost-benefit ...
Occupational Therapy for children with experience of displacement