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Public Health


  • Rosen B, Waitzberg R, Israeli A (2021): Israel’s rapid rollout of vaccinations for COVID-19 [1]
  • Winkelmann J, Busse R, Quentin W (2021): Gesundheitssysteme weltweit: beschreiben, verstehen, verbessern. [2]
  • Waitzberg R, Davidovitch N (2021): Israel’s vaccination rollout: short term success, but questions for the long run. [3]
  • Looman, W., Struckmann, V., Köppen, J., Baltaxe, E., ... , Stokes, J., Bal, R., Mölken, M.R. (2021): Drivers of successful implementation ofintegrated care for multi-morbidity: mechanisms identified in 17 case studies from 8 European countries. [4]


  • Gottlieb N, Püschmann C, Stenzinger F, Koelber J, Rasch J, Koppelow M, Al Munjid R (2020): Health and Healthcare Utilization among Asylum-Seekers from Berlin’s LGBTIQ Shelter: Preliminary Results of a Survey. [5]
  • Waitzberg R, Davidovitch N, Leibner G, Penn N, Brammli-Greenberg S (2020): Israel’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic: tailoring measures for vulnerable cultural minority populations. [6]
  • Goodyear-Smith F, Kinder K, Mannie C, Strydom S, Bazemore A, Phillips Jr RL (2021): Relationship between the perceived strength of countries’ primary care system and COVID-19 mortality: an international survey study. [7]


  • Anang P, Elder E, Gordon E, Gottlieb N, Bronson M (2019): Building on strenghts in Naujaat: the process of engaging Inuit youth in suicide prevention [8]


  • Ex P, Felgner S, Henschke C (2018): Rechtsprechungen zur Kostenerstattung von neuen Gesundheitstechnologien in der GKV: Eine systematische Übersicht. [9]


  • Opoku D, Stephani V, Quentin W (2017): A realist review of mobile phone-based health interventions for non-communicable diease management in sub_Saharan Africa [10]
  • Stephani V, Sommariva S, Spranger A, Ciani O (2017): Non-communicable diseases: mapping research funding organisations, funding mechanisms and research practices in Italy and Germany. [11]


  • Maier B, Behrens S, Busse R, Jonitz G, Schoeller R, Schühen H, Theres H (2016): Patienten mit Herzinfarkt in Berlin [12]
  • Röttger J, Blümel M, Köppen J, Busse R (2016): Forgone care among chronically ill patients in Germany - Results from a cross-sectional survey with 15,565 individuals [13]
  • Siegel M, Allanson P (2016): Longitudinal analysis of income-related health inequalities: methods, challenges and applications [14]


  • Busse R, Blümel M (2015): Payment systems to improve quality, efficiency, and care coordination for chronically ill patients - a framework and country examples. In: Mas N, Wisbaum W (eds.) The triple aim for the future of health care. Madrid: Funcas [15]
  • Vogt V, Sundmacher L (2015): Lücken bei der Krebsvorsorge [16]
  • Vogt V, Sundmacher L, Witzheller K B, Baier N, Creutz T, Henschke C (2015): Mit Tabak- und Alkoholkonsum assoziierte Mortalität - Ein Benchmarking regionaler Trends und Niveaus [17]


  • Grundmann N, Mielck A, Siegel M, Maier W (2014). Area deprivation and the prevalence of type 2 diabetes and obesity: analysis at the municipality level in Germany. BMC Public Health 14:1264 (DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-1264). [18]
  • Quentin W, Abosede O, Aka J, Akweongo P, Dinard K, Ezeh A, Hamed R, Kayembe KP, Mitike G, Mtei G, Te Bonle M, Sundmacher L (2014): Inequalities in child mortality in ten major African cities. BMC Medicine; 12(95):1-11, doi:10.1186/1741-7015-12-95 [19]
  • Quentin W, Geissler A, Wittenbecher F, Busse R (2014): Remuneration of medical specialists in selected countries, in: Conceptual framework for the reform of the Belgian hospital payment system. [20]
  • Siegel M (2014): Measuring age-specific variations in income-related inequalities in smoking behavior in Germany. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 2(1): 412-423 (DOI: 10.1080/21642850.2014.8). [21]
  • Voigtländer S, Vogt V, Mielck A, Razum O (2014): Explanatory models concerning the effects of small-area characteristics on individual health. International Journal of Public Health 59: 427-38 [22]


  • Siegel M, Lüngen M, Stock S (2013): On age-specific variations in income-related inequalities in diabetes, hypertension and obesity. International Journal of Public Health 58(1):33-41 [23]
  • Sundmacher L (2013): Trends and levels of avoidable mortality among districts: "Healthy" benchmarking in Germany. Health Policy, 109 (3): 281–9. [24]


  • Busse R (2011): Bekämpfung chronischer Krankheiten und Versorgung chronisch Kranker – international. Die BKK 99(2): 142-145 [25]
  • Groenewegen PP, Busse R, Ettelt S, Hansen J, Klazinga N, Mays N, Schäfer W (2011): Health services research in Europe: what about an open marriage? Eur J Public Health 21(2): 139-141 [26]
  • Latzitis N, Sundmacher L, Busse R (2011): Regionale Unterschiede der Lebenserwartung in Deutschland auf Ebene der Kreise und kreisfreien Städte und deren mögliche Determinanten. Gesundheitswesen 73(4): 217-228 (DOI: 10.1055/s-0030-1252035) [27]
  • Sundmacher L, Kimmerle J, Latzitis N, Busse R (2011): Vermeidbare Sterbefälle in Deutschland – Räumliche Verteilung und regionale Konzentrationen. Gesundheitswesen 73(4): 229-237 (DOI: 10.1055/s-0030-1254154) [28]
  • Vuong DA, Van Ginneken E, Morris J, Ha St, Busse R (2011): Mental health in Vietnam – burden of disease and availability of services. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 4(1): 65-70 [29]

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  • Busse R, Blümel M, Scheller-Kreinsen D, Zentner A (2010): Tackling chronic disease in Europe: Strategies, interventions, and challenges. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe on behalf of European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies [30]
  • Gericke C, Busse R (2010): Präventionspolitik im europäischen Vergleich. In: Hurrelmann K, Klotz T, Haisch J (Hrsg.) Lehrbuch Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung. 3. überarb. Auflage. Bern: Huber, S. 391-401 [31]
  • Smith PC, Busse R (2010): Learning from the European Experience of Using Targets to Improve Population Health. Preventing Chronic Disease 7(5) [32]
  • Vuong DA, Velasco-Garrido M, Lai Duc T, Busse R (2010): Temporal trends of cancer incidence in Vietnam, 1993-2007. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 11: 739-745 [33]
  • Zander B, Busse R (2010): Verbreitung und Strategien zur Bekämpfung chronischer Krankheiten im internationalen Vergleich. Public Health Forum 18(66): 27-28 [34]

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  • Busse R, Blümel M, Scheller-Kreinsen D, Zentner A (2009): Managing chronic disease in Europe. In: The Initiative for Sustainable Healthcare financing in Europe (2nd report) [35]
  • Scheller-Kreinsen D, Blümel M, Busse R (2009): Chronic disease management in Europe. EuroHealth 15(1): 1-5 [36]

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  • Heintze C, Velasco Garrido M, Kroeger A (2007): What do community-based dengue control programmes achieve? A systematic review of published evaluations. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2007) 101, 317—325 [37]
  • Velasco Garrido M (2007): Children’s exposure to tobacco. JECH [38]

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Busse R, Blümel M, Scheller-Kreinsen D, Zentner A (2010): Tackling chronic disease in Europe: Strategies, interventions, and challenges. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe on behalf of European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies [39]

22. September 2020


Abstract: Chronic conditions and diseases are the leading cause of mortality and morbidity in Europe, accounting for 86% of total premature deaths, and research suggests that complex conditions such as diabetes and depression will impose an even greater health burden in the future – and not only for the rich and elderly in high-income countries, but increasingly for the poor as well as low- and middle-income countries. mehr zu: Busse R, Blümel M, Scheller-Kreinsen D, Zentner A (2010): Tackling chronic disease in Europe: Strategies, interventions, and challenges. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe on behalf of European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies [40]

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