Development, Implementation and Testing of an Integrated Model of Care for Allogeneic SteM Cell TransplantatIon faciLitated by eHealth Technology – The SMILe Study
Going HCVree - Prevention of hepatitis C reinfection in HIV-infected men who have sex with men: A mixed methods study to enable scalability of a behavioral risk reduction intervention.
Outpatients with Cancer and their Family Caregivers: A Mixed Methods Research Program Evaluating a Pain Self-Management Intervention, Exploring Learning Processes, and Investigating Constipation Severity.
Promoting energy balance related behavior after liver transplantation: Development of a behavioral intervention based on physical activity and diet to support effective weight management and a healthy lifestyle - A multiphase mixed method research program (BALANCE).
The significance of the psychosocial work environment for care workers`perceived health, presenteeism, rationing of care, and job satisfaction: a sub-study of the Swiss Nursing home Human Resources Project (SHURP).
The significance of staffing and work environment for quality of care and the recruitment and retention of care workers. Perspectives from the Swiss Nursing Homes Human Resources Project (SHURP).
Patient Reported Outcomes in view of symptom experience of late effects and self-management of adult long-term surVIVOrs after allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Medication and symptom management in persons living with HIV. perceptions and collaboration of persons living with HIV, their close support persons and healthcare providers.