Teaching Award Summer Term 22 - "Best Teaching"
With the end of the lecture period of the summer semester 2022, the Student Council of Psychology invited again to award a teaching prize. The award was held under the motto "Best Teaching" in SoSe 2022.
Based on various criteria collected with the help of the student council, students could choose one lecturer each in the categories:
as well as an additional category (e.g. variety of methodology, feedback on performance and the inclusion of practical/exercise phases).
In addition to the challenge cup, a further prize was awarded for the first time for special commitment to the seminar design. The aim of this award is to give more consideration to those lecturers who offer fewer/less frequent courses but are nevertheless very committed. 80 participants in total voted for two people in particular for the two awards:
Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Haberstroh and Dr. Schild!
While Prof. Dr. Haberstroh was ahead especially in the categories reliability, transparency and flexibility, Dr. Schild also scored with reliability, but especially with special helpfulness and constructive assistance in case of problems. Prof. Dr. Haberstroh has thus received the challenge cup for the "Best Teaching" - since the introduction of this award in the summer semester 2021 - for the third time in a row!
For all those interested, a short impression of the challenge cup as well as all information regarding the teaching award can be found on the FSR website.
Teaching Award Winter Term 21/22 - "Best Implementation of Hybrid Teaching".
With the end of the lecture period of the winter term2021/22, the Student Council of Psychology invited again to award a teaching prize. In keeping with the spirit of the past semester and the special features associated with it, this time the award was held under the motto "Best Implementation of Hybrid Teaching".
Based on various criteria collected with the help of the student council, the students could choose one lecturer each in the categories:
as well as an additional category (e.g., variety of methodology, feedback with regard to services rendered, and the inclusion of practice/exercise phases).
It is particularly pleasing that 100 students took the opportunity to vote and that the result thus represents the opinion of a large part of the psychology students. The students voting have suprisingly awarded two female lecturers of psychology as winners of the teaching prize in the winter semester 2021/22:
We would like to congratulate Prof. Dr. Haberstroh and Prof. Dr. Hennecke!
While Prof. Dr. Haberstroh was ahead especially in the categories interaction, accessibility and flexibility, Prof. Dr. Hennecke clearly scored in the areas reliability, transparency as well as in the additional category.
For those who are interested, a short impression of the trophy as well as all information regarding the teaching award can be found on the FSR website.
Digitale Medizin: Optimierte Gesundheitsversorgung bei Demenzerkrankung
Die Versorgung der Menschen im ländlichen Raum gehört zu einer der größten Herausforderungen der Gesundheitswirtschaft. Gerade in diesem Bereich kann digitale Medizin wertvolle Hilfestellungen leisten. Beispielhaft dafür steht die Diagnostik und Versorgung von demenzkranken Menschen. Ein Pilotprojekt, das derzeit in der Region Siegen-Wittgenstein durchgeführt wird, dokumentiert eindrücklich, wie groß der Nutzen der Digitalisierung in diesem Anwendungsgebiet ist. ... read more
Lena Rupp, PhD student at the Department of Psychological Aging Research, was awarded the Asystole Essay Prize 2022 (2nd place). The awarded article can be found at: https://blog.amboss.com/de/differenzialdiagnose-trauer-depression
Audio contribution to the Participatory pilot study DelpHi-SW
Based on a joint idea of the lecturers of the Institute of Psychology and the members of the student representation (Fachschaftsrat Psychologie), the awarding of a teaching prize was organized for the first time at the end of the summer term 2021.
In the run-up to this, various criteria were jointly collected for this purpose, which distinguish a good implementation of digital teaching. These criteria were then used to create an evaluation form for awarding points. In total, students were able to nominate one person in each of seven categories who, in their view, had implemented the corresponding category best in the context of teaching in the summer term 2021. Each nomination was awarded one point and added up to a total score. Prof. Dr. Julia Haberstroh took first place in the teaching award with a total of 56 points. She was nominated particularly frequently by students in the categories "reliability", "transparency" and "flexibility".
The Institute of Psychology and the student representation congratulate Prof. Dr. Haberstroh on this success!
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Luise Badenhoop, student assistant of PAR, was awarded this year's Posterpreis of the Joint Symposium of Section III: Social and Behavioral Gerontology and Section IV: Social Gerontology and Geriatric Work of the German Society for Gerontology and Geriatrics (DGGG) (September 16-17, 2021). We are very pleased and congratulate!
The Pilot-DelpHi-SW project is presented in the article "Diagnose Demenz – und dann?" (pp. 17-22) in the new research magazine "future" of the University of Siegen (09/2021).
The RoutineDeCM Project (main trial for the DelpHi-SW pilot study) was approved on 30.04.2021.
"Dementia Care Management in der Routineversorgung am Beispiel der Region Siegen-Wittgenstein"
Sponsor: German Federal Ministry of Health
Main applicant: PD Dr. René Thyrian, DZNE Greifswald and Dr. Bernhard Holle, DZNE Witten
Participating co-applicants include: Prof. Dr. Julia Haberstroh
Duration: 01.07.2021 - 30.06.2024 (3 years)
The DECIDE Project was approved on 03/31/2021.
"Decision-making places in Alzheimer’s dementia – supporting advance decision-making by impro-ving person-environment fit (DECIDE)"
Sponsor: German Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Funding line: "Strengthening research in geriatrics and gerontology"
Duration: 01.04.2021 - 31.03.2024 (3 years)
Joint application: Haberstroh (PI) und Forstmeier
Prof. Dr. Julia Haberstroh was appointed to the Kuratorium der BHF Bank Stiftung with effect from January 1, 2021.
The S2k-AWMF guideline "Consent of people with dementia to medical measures" (registration number 108 - 001) was published online, coordination: Prof. Dr. Johannes Pantel (Frankfurt) and Prof. Dr. Julia Haberstroh (Siegen)