Public Health, Health Services Research and HTA

Doctoral Thesis (Dr. phil.)

Closed topics are currently not deleted, but marked with the note "closed", to highlight the focus of supervisors and examples of research projects from the institute in which students are or were involved.

Below you will find current topics for thesis: More information and a short description of the topics offered for the thesis can be found in Moodle (moodle.umit.at/)

 

Titel

Name Betreuer/in

Studiengang:

Status

 

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of active surveillance strategies in prostate cancer patients

Assoc.-Prof. PD. Dr. Nikolai Mühlberger MPH

Mag-GW

 

 

Relations between tumor-specific mortality and overall mortality

Assoc.-Prof. PD. Dr. Nikolai Mühlberger MPH

Mag-GW  
 

Generationenkonflikte in der Arbeitswelt: Mythos oder Wirklichkeit?

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Alfred Barth

Mag-GW

 

 

Die Wahrnehmung der Gleichberechtigung von Männern und Frauen in der Arbeitswelt

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Alfred Barth

Mag-GW

 

 

Die Auswirkung der Digitalisierung auf Gesundheit und Arbeitszufriedenheit

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Alfred Barth

Mag-GW

 

 

Mobbing und Konflikte am Arbeitsplatz

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Alfred Barth

Mag-GW

 

 

Die Wechselwirkungen zwischen Berufsleben und Privatleben

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Alfred Barth

Mag-GW

 
 

Synthesizing quantitative evidence on the relation between physical activity, sedentary behavior and chronic diseases: methodologic considerations

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Daniel Schmid

Mag-GW

MPH

 

 

Fragebogenerhebung und Planung einer Intervention zum Bewegungs-,Sitz-und Ernährungsverhalten in vulnerablen Bevölkerungsgruppen

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Daniel Schmid

Mag-GW

MPH

 

 

Physical activity, sedentary behavior, and dietary factors in relation to chronic diseases and mortality: analysis in NHANES, NIH-AARP, and Millennium Cohort

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Daniel Schmid

Mag-GW

MPH

 
 

Fragebogenerhebungen und Untersuchungen zu sozio-ökonomischen Determinanten und soziale Ungleichheit, insbesondere unter Berücksichtigung der aktuellen COVID-19 Situation

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Daniela Schmid

Mag-GW

MPH