Dissertation Medizin Innsbruck Tourism
1) Doctoral programmes at the University of Innsbruck
2) Shared doctoral programmes
1) Doctoral programmes at the University of Innsbruck
DP Ageing and Regeneration
Due to a steady increase in life expectancy, the segment of the population aged 60 or over is rapidly increasing worldwide. [more...]
The number of persons aged 60+ is expected to more than double, from 841 million in 2013 to more than 2 billion in 2050. There is a requirement to quickly develop better prevention and treatments for many of the ailments associated with old age and regeneration deficiency. To cope with these challenges, trained academics and other experts across a wide range of professional occupations will team up in the doctoral programme "Lifespan regulation by ageing and regeneration (DK AGE_REG)" founded in 2013. AGE_REG was established at the University of Innsbruck within the framework of the research areas plant metabolomics, ageing research and stem cell biology. Its purpose is to provide an excellent environment of educational training for talented PhD students in the field of interdisciplinary cell biology utilizing state-of-the art omics and cell culture technology. The overall scientific aims of the AGE_REG DK are i) to unravel molecular mechanisms and networks implicated in ageing in selected model systems ranging from plants, nematodes, cnidarians and ascidians to mice and human cell cultures, and ii) contribute work towards developing new concepts of regenerative strategies to repair and replace damaged cells and/or tissues for future therapeutic use. The main aim for teaching is to supervise and train 14 PhD students in a multi- and interdisciplinary programmeme of excellence with strong coherence and collaboration between the individual Faculty Members involved.
DP Alpine Biology and Global Change
The DP „Alpine Biology and Global Change“ intends to provide a multi-disciplinary environment for educational training of excellent national and international PhD students in the field of Alpine Biology and Global Change with international quality assurance standards. [mehr...]
The doctoral programme forms an outstanding platform for multi-disciplinary exchange between PhDs and their supervising researchers and affiliated Post Docs. It provides an opportunity for early career scientists to present research, and network with their peers in a supportive and inspiring environment.
DP Atoms, Light, and Molecules (DK-ALM)
The doctoral programme Atoms, Light, and Molecules, DK-ALM, is a collaborative programme that provides a research and training environment for excellent national and international students. [more...]
The programme combines fore-front research in several scientific fields within the framework of atomic, molecular and optical physics with high-level education. The doctoral programme is built from members of the four Physics Institutes at the University of Innsbruck and is related to the Innsbruck Physics Research Center, one of the five Research Focal Points of the University. The doctoral programme is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and supported by the University of Innsbruck and the Province of Tyrol.
DP Austrian Studies
DP Biointeractions from Basics to application (BioApp)
DP Computational Interdisciplinary Modelling (CIM)
The doctoral programme Computational Interdisciplinary Modelling (DK CIM) was established at the University of Innsbruck in 2010 in the context of the Research Area Scientific Computing. [more...]
Its main aim is to provide brilliant junior scientists from home and abroad with a platform for excellent postgraduate studies in combination with cutting-edge research on current topics in the fields of natural and engineering sciences. By pooling highly qualified scientists from various fields the DK junior scientists are offered an environment in which they are embedded into world-class research and into the scientific community. The Ph.D. students are given the opportunity of close interdisciplinary cooperation in developing new methods of computer-aided modelling, as well as in applied research in the fields of study such as Atmospheric Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Biomedical Informatics, Engineering Sciences, Mathematics and Physics. The junior scientists can publish their research results internationally and present the results to the international scientific community at conferences.
DP Dynamics of Inequality and Difference in the Age of Globalization
Inequality and difference are social realities in all societies, yet they shape the act of living together to varying degrees. [more...]
Inequality and difference are the result of social processes of negotiation in which access to and ownership over material and immaterial resources are distributed, wherein vertical and horizontal disparities intersect with each other.
Migration and mobility constitute significant contexts for socially produced and reproduced inequality and difference. The social and economic development of nation states as well as the everyday experiences of people are influenced thereby. Border and migration regimes define crossovers and conditions of acceptance and as such are the point of origin of social plurality. In the age of globalization, such plurality is not an exceptional situation per se but also post-migration normality. Migration thus becomes an important perspective of social change both in a global and a regional context.
Inequality and difference are a multifaceted phenomenon and are therefore approached in the doctoral programme from a multi- and interdisciplinary perspective. A range of disciplines from five faculties of the University of Innsbruck are involved.
DP Geschlecht und Geschlechterverhältnisse in Transformation
DP Medical Law and Health Care
Within the framework of the doctoral programme, doctoral students receive professional medicolegal education, which will enable them to perform academic and scientific research as well as prepare them for the application in practice thereof concerning medical law and the health care sector. [more...]
The doctoral students’ dissertations shall evolve from the programme as highly sophisticated academic papers thus ensuring the positive theoretical development in this area.
The doctoral programme represents a connective link between education and research in the medico-health sector. Excellent support of our doctoral students is guaranteed by integrating the programme in the research center of Medical Law and Health Care. The doctoral students will benefit from the link to the research center in many ways, for example by gaining access to international academic communities and relevant lectures and courses. Moreover, they will be invited to take part in national and international professional events (conferences and workshops) as well as offered access to various research institutions (libraries and databases). Doctoral students will have the opportunity to give professional lectures at scientific conferences at an early stage of their academic career as well as publish their research. All of this will be financed by the doctoral Programme.
In the medico-health sector, several legal issues are raised on a national and international level, which will be scientifically processed within the doctoral programme (e.g. patient rights, pharmaceutical law, medical device law, medical liability). From a legal perspective, public law (fundamental rights, constitutional law, administrative law) as well as civil law, social law and legal philosophy (ethics) issues will be incorporated in the curriculum. Furthermore, criminal law, legal history and legal sociology will also be considered.
Within the doctoral programme, the cooperation with MUI and UMIT will support the link between legal matters and research-oriented experiences from the medico-health sector – as does the cooperation with the research center of Medical Law and Health Care. Tyrol-wide platforms for open discussions and discourse between legal and medical sides will be established.
DP Mountain Climate and Environment (DP MCE)
The DP “Mountain Climate and Environment” focuses on research questions related to the interactions between the atmosphere and the environment in past, present and future climates specific to mountainous regions. [more...]
The doctoral programme stimulates cross-disciplinary research questions and exchange of methods between the individual PhD projects. It seeks for a best possible training of the PhD candidates for their future professional demands in academia and elsewhere.
DP Natural Hazards in Mountain Regions
As natural hazards in mountain regions cover biological, geographical, geological, geotechnical, hydraulic, hydrological, meteorological, and socio-economic issues, an interdisciplinary research approach for the hazards assessment, modelling, etc. is essential. [more...]
The doctoral programme “Natural Hazards in Mountain Regions” focuses on both, more general pressing questions as well as on research challenges. Thinking and acting in interdisciplinary cross-boundary domains, where knowledge and expertise is transferred over boundaries between classical natural and engineering science as well as between natural and social science disciplines, is of basic relevance. The doctoral programme aims to provide a systematic, efficient and high-quality training of excellent PhD students within an interdisciplinary research environment. PhD students are pushed to extend their research interests, to recognize and develop correlations and interfaces with other research disciplines and foci, and to present their research in a broader context. Activities cover academic topics as well as the training of soft skills and career planning. The doctoral programme is further aimed to be a fruitful platform for the members to discuss, propose and work on common interdisciplinary research issues and thereby also cooperate with external national and international research institutions.
DP Philosophy of Religion
Religion and religious faith are among the most powerful forces behind human culture and collective or individual striving for moral and spiritual transformation. [more...]
Through the centuries, religious faith has fostered enormous social and moral accomplishments. Yet, as critics emphasize, at the same time religions have been and continue to be misused for reprehensible aims, such as to cement illegitimate political power or foment violence and discrimination. It is thus an urgent philosophical task to understand the nature of and rationality conditions for faith and religion in their multifaceted cultural and cognitive dimensions, as well as in their various spiritual, practical, and affective aspects.
The doctoral programme/doctoral research group Philosophy of Religion (hereinafter referred to as ‘DRG’), which is affiliated with the Innsbruck Center for Philosophy of Religion (ICPR), promotes high-quality philosophical research, and across a wide range of philosophical approaches, on religion and religious belief. Members need not be religious or be committed to any particular religious tradition or denomination. The DRG fosters research projects across different religions and is committed to advancing rational religious discourse and interreligious dialogue.
Research projects eligible for the DRG may include, but are not limited to, topics bearing on the nature of faith and religious belief; religious language; (religious) emotions; religious hermeneutics, including the understanding of religious doctrines and practices; science and religion; cosmology; concepts of God or the nature of the divine; religious experience; mysticism; theodicy and the problem of evil; free will; philosophical theology; historical traditions in the philosophy of religion; or the individual work of historically significant thinkers on religious matters. Projects located more generally within philosophical metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of science, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, ethics, or other philosophical areas are also welcome, as long as they elucidate and are applied to questions pertaining to religion or the relation between faith and reason.
DP Political Institutions and Leadership in a Contingent World
The growing contingency of real-world politics marks a major challenge to the Political and Social Sciences when it comes to making sense of, and explaining, complex political and social phenomena. [more...]
In this wider context, the programme focuses on the systematic and cross-disciplinary inquiry into political institutions and political leadership, which constitute particular forms of institutions and agency, and are widely considered as near-synonyms for stability and change. Key items on the programme’s research agenda include: the evolution of formal and informal political institutions, the legitimation and de-legitimation of political orders, as well as the conditions, manifestations and effects of political leadership in different areas and at different levels.
This doctoral programme offers young researchers from Austria and abroad the opportunity to pursue a focused PhD education firmly committed to international standards of excellence. Close cooperation between participants in the programme, such as co-authored publications, are complemented by invited guest lectures by leading scholars and international research workshops and conferences, designed to foster mutual inspiration and exchange. The programme also offers encouragement and support for PhD candidates willing to spend some time as a visit PhD student at other academic institutions with particular relevance to the research areas covered.
DP Reactivity and Catalysis
The aim of the planned special doctoral programme is the excellence education of qualified students from within and outside Austria in recent and relevant research topics covering different aspects of reactivity in materials- and nanoscience. [more...]
The joint forces of three faculties (Chemistry and Pharmacy, Geo- and Atmospheric Sciences and Mathematics, Informatics and Physics) and five Institutes allow students to appreciate reactivity from different important viewpoints, ranging from homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, reactivity of surfaces and interfaces over activation mechanisms of molecules and biomolecules, reactivity of metals, oxides, metal-oxides and intermetallic compounds to gas phase molecules. The resulting input from several different scientific approaches yields a much more in-depth assessment of reactivity as compared to usual and conventional doctoral education, both from a theory and experimental viewpoint. Scientific exchange on all levels will be particularly promoted. The participants of the special doctoral programme will additionally benefit from an interdisciplinary access to national and international research groups and contact to potential employers from scientific and industrial Partners.
DP Sports and Law
DP Tourism and Leisure in Mountain Regions (TLMR)
Doctoral programme Tourism and Leisure in Mountain Regions (TLMR) researchers try to understand how tourism and leisure interrelates and impacts major stakeholders groups. [more...]
Therefore, the DP TLMR aims at supporting our PhD students with excellent training and education in a dynamic interdisciplinary environment. By providing the opportunities and platforms to delve into other disciplines students can broaden their knowledge and their expertise in their respective research area. Furthermore, the doctoral programme actively enables all members to initiate, develop and publish high-quality and innovative research in tourism and leisure. Intensified exchange of knowledge between senior researcher and PhD students will help to address tourism and leisure issues and increase the quality and quantity of tourism and leisure research at the University of Innsbruck. The development of tourism and leisure in mountain regions can only be explored and understood in their holistic nature by integrating various scientific disciplines. The DP TLMR will bundle this large variety of disciplines to foster knowledge exchange and transfer.
ITN EJD-EDiTE - European Joint Doctorate in Teacher Education
The European Doctorate in Teacher Education (EDiTE) is a four-year project supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, Marie-Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement number 676452. [more...]
The project takes place over a period of four years (October 2015 – September 2019). Under the project, fifteen Early Stage Researchers from nine countries (Czech Republic, Ecuador, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Nepal, Poland, Serbia, Syria) are employed by five partner universities, where they work closely with supervisors and pursue individual research projects in the framework of the EDiTE joint research Programme.
Stipendienfinanzierte kooperative Doktoratsschule öffentliches Recht der Universitäten Graz, Innsbruck und Salzburg
2) Shared doctoral programme
DP HOROS - Host responsive and opportunistic infections
Scientists and physicians of the Innsbruck campus, working in the related fields of Infection, Immunity, Transplantation and/or Biogerontology, decided to join forces and created a structured and multidisciplinary research and training programme of excellence. [more...]
Their intention is to cooperatively and synergistically investigate genetic and environmental parameters which destroy the immune homeostasis during host-pathogen interaction, thereby leading to opportunistic infections. All 7 faculty members contribute to various aspects of host-pathogen interaction, comprising inherited and acquired immunity. Bacteria, fungi and viruses are employed as model organisms to study evasion and dysregulation of the host's immune Response.All Faculty members have strong collaborations among each other and also cooperate with prominent international partners. The Faculty members have highly complementary portfolios of technical skills and practical experiences, and will provide important core facilities to the members of the consortium. The doctoral programme HOROS has an stimulating academic environment and infrastructure. It offers an introducing Ring lecture, plenty of training courses and organizes regular scientific meetings for the students. Furthermore, the Comprehensive Center of Infection, Immunity and Transplantation (CIIT), established in 2010, has been shown to promote and optimize interdisciplinary collaboration in science and clinical practice.
DP Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Oncology (MCBO)
The doctoral programme “Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Oncology“ is a highly competitive PhD programme, financed by the Austrian Science Fund and run by leading scientists of the doctoral programmes in Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Oncology at the Innsbruck Medical University.
DP Signal Processing in Neurons (SPIN)
The PhD programme “Signal Processing in Neurons“ is an initiative of Innsbruck Medical University and the University of Innsbruck. [more...]
SPIN is an international, interdisciplinary programme for the training of an elite of young researchers. It leads to an EU conform Phd degree in Neuroscience.
ITN ColOpt - Collective effects and optomechanics in ultra-cold matter
The network “Collective effects and optomechanics in ultra-cold matter” (ColOpt) will train early-stage researchers (ESR) in fundamental science and applications in the areas of cold atom and quantum physics, optical technologies and complexity science to promote European competiveness in emergent quantum technologies. [more...]
It consists of nine academic nodes and three companies from six European countries, supported by two partners in Brazil and the USA, five further non-academic partners and one public-private partnership.
Collective, nonlinear dynamics and spontaneous self-organization are abundant in nature, sciences and technology and of central importance. Building on this interdisciplinary relevance, a particular novelty of ColOpt is the integration of classical and quantum self-organization. The research program focuses on collective interactions of light with laser-cooled cold and quantum-degenerate matter. We will explore innovative control of matter through optomechanical effects, identify novel quantum phases, enhance knowledge of long-range coupled systems and advance the associated trapping, laser and optical technologies, establishing new concepts in quantum information and simulation.
ColOpt combines cutting-edge science with training in complex instrumentation and methods to the highest level of technical expertise, both experimentally and theoretically, and fosters the development of transferable skills and critical judgement. Each ESR will be exposed to a broad spectrum of experimental, theoretical and industrial environments, to obtain core competence in one of them and the collaborative experience and skills to thrive in a truly international and intersectorial framework. ESRs will develop the capabilities to analyse and understand complex interactions, and will gain awareness of societal and entrepreneurial needs and opportunities. Taken together, this will enable them to excel in a variety of sectors of our diverse and rapidly changing society.
ITN Comiq - Cold Molecular Ions at the Quantum Limit
COMIQ (COld Molecular Ions at the Quantum limit) will investigate how cooling, trapping, and control techniques applied to molecular ions can expand the realm of quantum technology, enhance precision measurements on molecular systems and lead to chemistry at the ultracold quantum limit. [more...]
The network is supported by the European Commission (FP7) under the sub-programme PEOPLE (Marie Curie Actions). 13 early stage researchers will obtain training in all relevant topics of the field; molecular physics, quantum optics, ion trapping and cooling, chemical reactions, spectroscopic techniques, theoretical and computational chemistry, and physical chemistry. The training will be provided by 9 universities/laboratories and 3 private companies from 6 different countries in Europe.
ITN Impact - Ion-Molecule Processes for Analytical Chemical Technologies
Soft chemical-ionization mass-spectrometry (SCIMS) is an exquisitely sensitive analytical technique with applications to health, the environment and security that are vital to the EU. [more...]
However, the recent, rapid and widespread adoption of this technique has caught Europe unprepared. The resultant shortage in analytical chemical expertise has created an urgent need for highly skilled young researchers to be trained in the wide variety of SCIMS methods. IMPACT addresses this skills’ shortage by establishing an intersectoral and multidisciplinary SCIMS training network. IMPACT also brings cohesion to the fragmented SCIMS research and development activities within the EU. To date, most SCIMS developments have been driven not by users but by manufacturers, whose main focus has been on increased sensitivity. However, just as crucial is improved selectivity. Indeed, many users consider improved selectivity to be the key to taking SCIMS technology to a whole new level. Instead of private and public sectors working independently, we need a fresh, intersectoral approach. IMPACT will achieve this through intersectoral work packages and multidisciplinary research projects. In place of major and costly changes in instrumental design, IMPACT’s projects will focus on developing new methods for improved chemical specificity by manipulating ion chemistry. Hence, IMPACT’s fresh approach will produce a step change in SCIMS instrumentation to deliver both economic and societal benefit to the EU. Specifically, IMPACT will train 10 ESRs within an integrated partnership of commercial, governmental and academic organisations, with planned secondments, 5 Advanced Training Courses, 7 interactive Complementary Skills Workshops, and 4 ESR Centred Research Meetings. IMPACT will therefore provide Europe with both a world-class capability in SCIMS technology and a cohort of highly trained researchers who will bring the benefits of that technology to citizens across the EU.
ITN MicroArctic - Microorganisms in Warming Arctic Environment
The Arctic plays a key role in the Earth’s climate system and is an area of growing strategic importance for European policy. [more...]
In this ETN, we will train the next generation of Arctic microbiology and biogeochemistry experts who, through their unique understanding of the Arctic environment and the factors that impact ecosystem and organism response to the warming Arctic, will be able to respond to the need for leadership from public, policy and commercial interests. The training and research programme of MicroArctic is made up of seven interlinked Work Packages (WP). WP1 to WP4 are research work packages at the cutting edge of Arctic microbiology and biogeochemistry and these will be supported by three overarching WPs (WP5-7) associated with the management, training and dissemination of results. WP1 will deliver information about the role of external inputs (e.g., atmospheric) of nutrients and microorganism that drive biogeochemical processes in relation to annual variation in Arctic microbial activity and biogeochemical processes. WP2 will explore ecosystem response on time scales of 100s of years to these inputs using a chrnosequence approach in the already changing Arctic. The effect of time and season and the warming of the Arctic on ecosystem functioning and natural resources will be quantified through geochemical analyses and next generation multi-omics approaches. Complementing WP1 and WP2, WP3 will focus on organism response and adaptation using a range of biochemical, molecular, experimental and culturing approaches. WP4 will address specific applied issues such as colonisation by pathogenic organisms and biotechnological exploitation of Arctic ecosystems. MicroArctic will bring together interdisciplinary experts from both the academic and non-academic sectors across Europe into a network of 20 Institutions across 11 countries.
ITN Shine - Solar Heat Integration NEtwork
Large solar heating systems are decisive to cover a major part of European low temperature heat demand by solar energy and therewith to meet European policy aims. [more...]
However, today only a negligible share of solar heating systems installed in Europe are large units due to manifold technical and socio-economic obstacles. The challenge of solar thermal technology and the overall objective of the proposed initial training network is to supply heat in larger solar heating systems for applications like industrial processes, to feed-in into district heating networks, or sorption drying and cooling. The obstacles will be approached with an innovative inter-disciplinary consortium, including 13 PhD students. Six universities and five private sector participants from six different European countries will provide research and training in cooperation with four associated partners from the private sector. The SHINE project will cover detailed new experimental material-, component- and system studies, system integration analysis and numerical optimization, as well as chemical investigations on storage materials. A close cooperation with industry will ensure fast exploitation of the results. With the SHINE network, the critical mass of PhD students will be gathered on a European level to offer a specialized and structured PhD course programme of large solar heating systems. After the end of SHINE, the key course modules will be offered as a standard curriculum of European PhD education in solar thermal in the long term. The SHINE students will face excellent job perspectives, they will have a sound background in energy economics and complementary skills, regarded as important skills to reach a break through of solar thermal technology.
ITN switchBoard - In the eye of the observer: Visual processing at the heart of the retina
switchBoard is an In Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded by the European Commission's Horizon 2020 programme under the Marie Curie Actions. The duration of the project is 48 months, starting on November 01, 2015. [more...]
The switchBoard consortium brings together eleven beneficiaries from eight different countries, combining the expertise of seven academic partners with excellent research and teaching records, one non-profit research organisation, and three fully integrated private sector partners. This European Training Network (ETN) is supported by six Partner Organisations as well as a management team experienced in multi-site training activities and counselled by a scientifically accomplished advisory board.
Taken together, the switchBoard training network provides an international, interdisciplinary platform to educate young scientists at the interface of neurobiology, information processing and neurotechnology.
2005 - heute
Professor & Head of department - Development of "The European Master in Health Economics & Management" (Joint Master Program with Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Oslo & University of Bologna, launched in 2012) Curriculum development and coordination of degree programs: International Health Care Management (MA, launched in 2008) Communication Management (part of MCI's MBA, launched in 2006) Nonprofit, Social and Health Care Management (BA, launched in 2005) (www.mci.edu) Co-design und coordination of the executive fora: Annual Winter School on Health Leadership (launched in 2009) (www.healthleadership.eu) Annual Conference of the European Health Management Association in 2009 (www.ehma.org) - Management Center Innsbruck - The Entrepreneurial School ®
1996 - 2009
Co-founder and managing partner - Consulting & Leadership Training - SVWP Communication Management Ltd.
1994 - 1996
Consultant - Consulting projects for several public authorities (in combination with empirical research for the doctoral thesis) - Freelance
1988 - 1994
Member of an interdisciplinary research group - Activities included applied research and consulting projects for communities & regions; public relations and conception/organization of conferences and seminars. - Institute for Geographie, University of Innsbruck
Summer School of the European Observatory on "Hospital Reengineering" - European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
Strategic Leadership Course (www.stratfuelg.at) - National Defence Academy on behalf of the Austrian Government, Vienna
1994 - 1998
Ph.D. under the supervision of Günther HAEDRICH, topic: "Implementation of Marketing Strategies" - Institute for Service Marketing at the Free University of Berlin (Dr. rer. pol. )
1988 - 1994
Member of an interdisciplinary research group for Sustainable Tourism, headed by Peter HAIMAYER - Institute of Geography, University of Innsbruck
1988 - 1994
Business Administration - studied marketing and corporate management respectively with Hans MÜHLBACHER and Hans H. HINTERHUBER - Social and Economic Sciences faculty of the University of Innsbruck, Austria. (Mag. rer. soc. oec.)
1986 - 1988
Four semester certificate course on Management - Tourism College, Innsbruck, Austria
Patienten/-innen-Selbsthilfegruppen und Repräsentation von Patienten/-innen-Interessen - Murdoch University, Perth, Australia
Qualifying future healthcare leaders - Future drivers for investment in healthcare - Health Finance & Investment Forum, Cairo, Egypt
Guest lecture in EHESP's Institute of Management - École des hautes études en santé publique, Rennes, France
Management in Public Health and Healthcare Organizations - Profiling the Manager in Healthcare: Competencies and Education (Roundtable) - EHSEP School of Public Health's EUPHA preconference in Copenhagen
Preconference Symposium : Proud to Care - Building organisations that care for older people well (chair and co-facilitator) - European Health Mangement Association, Annual Conference, Porto
Lectures on Stakeholder Alignment in the Healthcare Sector - SDA Bocconi University, Milano, IT
Lecture on Stakeholder Management - Mzumbe University, Morogoro, TZ
Courses on Communication Management in the Public Sector - University of Economics, Prague, CZ
Lecture on Stakeholder Management - University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio
Lectures in the following degree programs and certificate courses: International Health Care Management, Nonprofit, Social & Healtcare Management, Management & Tourism, Management & IT, Social Work, Management & Law, Corporate Communication - Management Center Innsbruck - The Entrepreneurial School ®
Lectures on Stakeholder Management - Freie Universität Berlin, D
2004 - heute
Member of the Strategic Community, the alumni of the Strategic Leadership Course at the Austrian Federal Chancellery - Strategic Community Austria
2011 - heute
Member of the Advisory Board - Life Science Cluster Tyrol
Member of the Advisory Board - Center of Innovation in Health Management, University of Leeds; together with former Minister Alec Erwin, South Africa & Dr. Hanumappa Sudarshan, India
2013 - heute
AR Innsbruck Marketing GmbH
2008 - 2011
European Health Management Association, EHMA – Member of Board
- Sinz, H., Kostenzer, J., & Walch, S. (2015). Future health care managers and the need for an international and interprofessional learning experience - The case of a summer school on cross-border health care. International Journal of Teachnig and Education, 3(2), 30-48.
- Collins, T, Mikkelsen, B, Kaarboe, O, Walch, S, Chestnov, O (2017). Investing in healthier cities - multistakeholder action to prevent noncommunicable diseases. Eurohealth - Quarterly of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp 9-12; download: http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/349393/EH_v23n3_WEB_Final_12.Sept.2017.pdf?ua=1
- Walch, S. (2017). Förderliche Faktoren für eine Zusammenarbeit zwischen Betroffenen und Professionist*innen in der Selbsthilfe. Selbsthilfe im Aufbruch, Selbsthilfe Steiermark, Dezember 2017, S. 12-13
- Walch, S.: "Implementation of Marketing Strategies in Tourism Regions", Haupt, Bern-Stuttgart-Vienna, 1999. (Dissertation, German)
- Walch, S., A. Eberharter: "Leadership & communication in demanding situations", Innsbruck, 2009 (German)
- S. Volgger, S. Walch et.al.: "Communication before, during and after the crisis", Innsbruck 2006 (German)
- Fischer, J., & Walch, S. (2016). Selbsthilfefreundlichkeit als Dienstleistung von und an Krankenhäusern. In M. A. Pfannstiel, C. Rasche & H. Mehlich (Eds.), Dienstleistungsmanagement im Krankenhaus. Nachhaltige Wertgenerierung jenseits der operativen Exzellenz (pp. 213-221). Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.
- Walch, S. (2014). Vorbereitung auf internationale Herausforderungen - Ansprüche an ein Hochschulstudium. In E. Lackner (Ed.), Die Provinz und die weite Welt - Lokale, nationale und globale Identitäten (pp. 43-48). Innsbruck and Wien and Bozen: Studienverlag GmbH.
- Petter, A., & Walch, S. (2011). Cross sector communication. In W. v. Eiff (Ed.), Patient Oriented Medical Supply (pp. 130-140). Stuttgart and New York: Thieme.
- Walch, S., Zeitel-Bank, N.: The opportunities of the Bologna process. The MCI-master program International Health Care Business & Management ‘; in: Profile Nursing Scientists: Opportunities in the health labor market, ed. Rásky, E., Vienna, 2008, p. 11-18. (German)
- Sinz, H., Kostenzer, J., & Walch, S. (2015). European cooperation and international elements in healthcare management education: EUROPAMO - A summer school on patient mobility in the European Union. 7th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies 2015, July 6-8, Barcelona, Spain.
- Baur, J., Saes, H., Sinz, H., & Walch, S. (2012). The integration of health into a local government's work. Multi-sectoral health promotion. 6th Research Forum of the Austrian Universities of Applied Sciences, April 11-12, Graz, Austria.
Walch, S. (2017). Förderliche Faktoren für eine Zusammenarbeit zwischen Betroffenen und Professionist*innen in der Selbsthilfe. Selbsthilfe im Aufbruch, Vortrag beim Tag der Selbsthilfe Steiermark, Graz, 11.10.2017, download zum Nachhören: https://selbsthilfe-stmk.at/vortraege-zum-nachhoeren/
Walch, S. (2017. Der Gesundheitsmarkt der Zukunft - Prävention und Lifestyle-Medizin, Zukunftskonzepte aus Wellness & Life Sciences, Innsbruck, 10.10.2017
Severens, H., Sphean, I., Urban, M., & Walch, S. (2013). How multidisciplinary does education for future health care decision makers need to be. ISPOR-Conference 2013, November 6, Dublin, Ireland.
- Walch, S. (Ed.). (2010). Success in a changing market: Innovation, funding, communication. Journal of Management & Marketing in Healthcare: 3(1). Leeds: Maney Publishing.
Kössler Michael (2009): Personal Reputation Management im Social Web - Proaktive Maßnahmen zur digitalen Selbstdarstellung
Fuchs Roland (2008): Kommunikation in Veränderungsprojekten anhand des Beispiels "Einbindung der Feuerwehr in die Leitstelle-Tirol".
Zauner Marina (2016): Interkulturelle Führung - Neue Anforderungskriterien an Führungskräfte in Zusammenhang mit der Integration von Flüchtlingen in die Organisationen.
Blöcker Laura (2016): Spritzentauschprogramme als schadensminimierende Präventionsmaßnahme für Infektionskrankheiten
Stieglitz Maximilian (2015): The effectiveness of the lobbying register
Stieglitz Maximilian (2015): Differences and similarities of the German and Austrian Lobbying ethics and practices
Gschwandegger Lisa (2015): Entwicklung der Primären (Gesundheits-)Versorgung in Österreich
Gschwandegger Lisa (2015): Analyse internationaler Primärversorgungsmodelle
Hettegger Anna (2015): Erfolgsfaktoren und Planbarkeit des Viralen Marketings
Hettegger Anna (2015): Aufbau eines Viralen Advertising Videos für eine Hochschule aus der Sicht zukünftiger Studierender, um Weiterleitung zu erreichen
Six Sonja (2014): Die Auswirkungen von CSR auf das Organisationale Commitment in der Bank Austria
Six Sonja (2014): Die Auswirkungen von CSR auf das Organisationale Commitment in Profit-Unternehmen
Kriegner Sabrina (2014): Auf dem Weg zu einem wissenden Unternehmen - Bewahrung von Wissen durch Dokumentation von Prozessen
Fehr Barbara (2014): Einflussnahme interner Unternehmenskommunikation in Zeiten der Krise
Steinlechner Sarah (2013): Die seniorenfreundliche Gemeinde - Was können Gemeinden in Bezug auf selbstständige Lebensführung und aktives Altern tun, um die Chancen und Risiken des demografischen Wandels zu nützen bzw. zu dämpfen?
Steinlechner Sarah (2013): Der demografische Wandel, Alter und aktives Altern
Moser Natalie (2013): Leitbild versus Szenario-Technik
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Wegscheider Karoline (2009): Kann ein Instrument wie der PE-Check des WIFI Tirol, Klein- und Mittelbetrieben helfen, die Problemfelder in der Personalentwicklung zu beseitigen und somit eine effektive Personalentwicklung ermöglichen?
Gruber Johanna Julia (2009): Strategisches Management - Die Durchführung der Umfeldanalyse am Beispiel des WEISSEN RINGS e. V.
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Schmidhuber Theresa (2008): Können sich kenianische Frauen durch den Zugang zu Bildung und Mikrokrediten unterstützt von der österreichischen Entwicklungsorganisation ICEP eine nachhaltige Lebenssituation erschaffen?
Kröpfl Theresa (2008): Gibt es ein österreichisches Asylproblem? Die österreichische Asylpolitik in der EU
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Präauer Stefanie (2008): Motivationale Schemata von Volunteers bei Sportgroßveranstaltungen Empirische Erhebung am Beispiel der Special Olympics Winterspiele Innsbruck 2008
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Holzmann Romina (2008): "Schwerpunkt Palliativmedizin an oberösterreichischen Krankenhäusern" Evaluierung der Mitarbeiterzufriedenheit der auf einer Palliativstation tätigen Berufsgruppen (Krankenpflege, Medizin, Sozialarbeit, Psychologie/Psychotherapie, Physiotherapie, Seelsorge etc.) am Beispiel des Gespag Landeskrankenhauses Vöcklabruck und des Krankenhauses der Barmherzigen Schwestern Ried.
Vieider Nadia (2008): Spendensiegel unter dem Aspekt der Qualitätsentwicklung in Sozialorganisationen (Theorie)
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Höcker Lena (2008): Vorteile von Managed Care-Modellen für den Versicherten, im Gegensatz zu den traditionellen Versorgungsmodellen und Möglichkeiten der Kostenreduzierung für das Gesundheitssystem bei der Implementierung von Managed Care-Modelle
Höcker Lena (2008): Unterschiede der zehn größten Krankenversicherungen in der Schweiz hinsichtlich, ihres Angebots an Managed Care-Modellen
Hikes Julia Maria (2008): Integration von geistig und mehrfach behinderten SeniorInnen in Österreich - Darstellung anhand einer Theaterwerkstatt
Hikes Julia Maria (2008): Das Image von geistig und mehrfach behinderten SeniorInnen in der österreichischen Gesellschaft
Fleischmann Helene (2008): Diversity Management - Macht Vielfaltsmanagement (auch) betriebswirtschaftlich Sinn?
Fleischmann Helene (2008): Diversity Management - Macht die Integration von Menschen mit Behinderung (auch) betriebswirtschaftlich Sinn?
Götz Franziska (2008): Healthy Companies - Erfolgreiche Employer Brands
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Weißenböck Christina (2008): Betriebliche Gesundheitsförderung in Deutschland Maßnahmen Betrieblicher Gesundheitsförderung in Deutschland: 10 Jahre nach Verabschiedung der Luxemburger Deklaration am Beispiel des Bezirksamtes Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Berlin
Weißenböck Christina (2008): Betriebliche Gesundheitsförderung in Deutschland Grundlagen, Entwicklung und Bedeutung betrieblicher Gesundheitsförderung und Hindernisse auf dem Weg von der Theorie zur Praxis
Bisanz Caroline Viktoria (2008): MIGRATIONSJUGENDLICHE UND INTERNET Kann das Internet zum Ausgleich kultureller Ungleichheiten beitragen und als Tool für die Integration für Migrationsjugendliche dienen? - Theoretischer Teil
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Praxmarer Beatrix (2008): Qualitätsmanagement in sozialen ehrenamtlichen Vereinen
Praxmarer Beatrix (2008): Qualitätsmanagement in sozialen Organisationen
Bannach Anne-Kathleen (2008): HC3 - Health Care Communication Channels: An analytical case study
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De Jong Sarah Frederika (2017): A qualitative study exploring barriers, challenges and hospital pharmacists' perspectives on bed side scanning in the netherlands
Bilgeri Anna-Sophia (2016): The influence of capital and capabilities on the development of regional health targets
Meusel Vera (2015): Priority Setting in the German Healthcare System - Results from a Discrete Choice Experiment Eliciting Equity and Efficiency Preferences
Birle Ruxandra (2015): Doctor-Nurse Role Distribution in Healthcare in Romania- A Case Study Conducted in an Emergency County Hospital
Albert Jonas (2014): Business Modelling in Cross Border Healthcare - Case Example on Multiple Myeloma Care at the Medical University Innsbruck
Selley James (2014): Big Data and Healthcare: Big Opportunity or Big Problem?
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Sabae Ayman (2012): Citizens-Conceived Healthcare System Proposed Re-Structuring for Post-Revolution Egypt
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Urban Michael (2011): Interne Kommunikation zur Unterstützung der Neupositionierung der BIOCRATES Life Sciences AG
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Voss Klaus (2011): Die interne Unternehmenskommunikation als zentraler Erfolgsfaktor in der Suchtkrankenhilfe
Covi Florian (2011): Die Rolle von Social Media in der Krisenkommunikation. Der Fall BP und Deepwater Horizon im Golf von Mexiko.
Mader Sarah Elisabeth (2010): Work load of Austrian hospital doctors Comparison of working conditions between Austria and Great Britain