Stakeholder Engagement in the BIH research area

Here you can find information on recent and completed Patient & Stakeholder Engagement projects in the BIH research area (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine). We would also be glad to present your project on these pages. You can contact us at any time, if you are interested.

The Charité MS Initiative

In 2016, the Charité launched an initiative for patients with MS. Its goal is to improve the quality of clinical MS trials.

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Planning and design of an intervention study together with stakeholders

At the Institute for Social Medicine, Epidemiology and Health Economics, young women were already involved in the planning phase of a study on self-care treatment of menstrual pain.

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The OPEN Project

The project “OPEN” (Outcomes of Patients’ Evidence with Novel, Do-it-Yourself Artificial Pancreas Technology) brings together an international and intersectoral consortium in order to investigate various aspects of Do-it-Yourself Artificial Pancreas Systems.

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Participatory research in the neighbourhood

The significance of neighbourhood characteristics for health was investigated with residents and practice partners from a district in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

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The project “women 5.0”

The participatory development of a model project to ensure low-threshold, regionally equitable access to gynaecological health services for women aged 50 and older was the objective of the project “women 5.0”.

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