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Hamburg's hospitals score well in survey on 'planning-relevant quality indicators' (PlanQI)

All of Hamburg’s hospitals have performed well in the 2018 survey of “planning-relevant quality indicators” (PlanQI) carried out on behalf of the Joint Federal Committee (G-BA). Eleve…

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97 per cent compliance with intensive nursing care requirements - expansion planned

An evaluation of data from 21 hospitals in Hamburg showed 97 per cent compliance with the German Nursing Staff Lower Limits Ordinance (PpUGV) in Q2 of 2019 over 90 per cent in Q1. Staff …

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Diakonie Hamburg backs alliance for improved nursing - over 80 institutions join

The Diakonisches Werk Hamburg presented Cornelia Prüfer-Stocks, Senator for Health, with 87 membership declarations Tuesday (August 27, 2019) of the “Alliance for Care” launched by the German Health …

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UKE's academy helping skilled foreigners adjust to Hamburg's labour market

The academy of the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) is launching a project to help immigrants adjust their qualifications to requirements in Germany and to gain valuable, work experience in the&…

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Algorithm for calculating risk of cardiac arrest developed in Hamburg

Researchers at the University Heart and Vascular Center in the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) have developed a swift, safe diagnostic aid called the “Compass MI” for identifying severe heart attack…

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Doctorprime's messenger service for children with depression






When caring mothers ask their children: “How did things go at school today?”, this usually meets with little enthusiasm. Yet, when the same question pops up on a smartphone screen, the response can have a positive effec…