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Juliane Winkelmann

Berufliche Tätigkeiten

seit 09/2014 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Fachgebiet Management im Gesundheitswesen an der Technischen Universität Berlin

03/12-12/14 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Europäisches Zentrum für Wohlfahrtspolitik und Sozialforschung, Abteilung Gesundheit und Pflege, Wien

07/11-01/12 Research Consultant und Master-Abschlussarbeit, Internationale Arbeitsorganisation (ILO), Abteilung Soziale Sicherheit, Genf

04/10-08/10 Praktikantin bei der Internationale Arbeitsorganisation (ILO), Abteilung Soziale Sicherheit, Genf

08/09-10/09 Praktikantin, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Mali, Bamako

 

Akademischer Lebenslauf

09/2016 Postgraduate Certificate in Health Economics an der University of York, Großbritannien

2010-2011 Studium in Public Policy and Human Development mit der Spezialisierung Social Policy Design an der United Nations University und Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Niederlande

2008-2009 Austausch im Rahmen des Erasmusprogramms am Institut d’Etudes Politiques Paris (Sciences Po), Frankreich

2006-2010 Studium der Sozialwissenschaften (B.A.) an der Humboldt-Universität Berlin und Philipps Universität Marburg

 

Publikationen

Winkelmann J, Busse R, Quentin W (2021). Gesundheitssysteme weltweit: beschreiben, verstehen, verbessern. In: Bonk M and Ulrichs T (eds). Global Health. Das Konzept der Globalen Gesundheit. Göttingen, De Gruyter: 493-522. eISBN: 9783110448474

Winkelmann J, Muench U, Maier CB. Time trends in the regional distribution of physicians, nurses and midwives in Europe. BMC Health Serv Res. 2020 Oct 12;20(1):937. doi: 10.1186/s12913-020-05760-y. PMID: 33046077; PMCID: PMC7549210.

Winkelmann J, Hernández-Quevedo C, Scarpetti G, van Ginneken. How do the worst-hig regions managed COVID-19 patients when they have no spare capacity left? Health System Response Monitor – Cross-Country Analysis. WHO, European Commission, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, April 25. Available at: https://analysis.covid19healthsystem.org/index.php/2020/04/24/how-do-the-worst-hit-regions-manage-covid-19-patients-when-they-have-no-spare-capacity-left/

Waitzberg R, Aissat D, Habicht T, Hernández-Quevedo C, Karanikolos M, Kroneman M, Merkur S, Quentin W, Scarpetti G, Webb E, Williams GA, Winkelmann J, van Ginneken E. Compensating healthcare professionals for income losses and extra expenses during COVID-19. Eurohealth 2020; 26(2):83-87.

Webb E, Hernández-Quevedo C, Scarpetti G, Edwards N, Reed S, Gandré C, Or Z, Cascini F, Winkelmann J, Kroneman M, Bernal-Delgado E, Angulo-Pueyo E, Estupiñán-Romero F, Rajan S, Chandran S. Restarting more routine hospital activities during COVID-19: Approaches from six countries. Eurohealth 2020; 26(2):68-72.

Quentin W, Albreht T, Bezzina A, Bryndova L,  Dimova A, Gerkens S, Kowalska-Bobko I, Mantwill S, Or Z, Rajan S, Theodorou M, Tynkkynen L, Waitzberg R, Winkelmann J. Adjusting hospital payment systems for COVID-19. Eurohealth 2020; 26(2):88-92.

Schmidt A E, Bachner F, Rainer L, Zuba M, Bobek J, Lepuschütz L, Ostermann H, Winkelmann J, Quentin W. (2018) Ambulatory care on the rise? Lessons from the Austrian health care reforms. Eurohealth; 24(4): 21-24. 

Winkelmann J, Panteli D, Blümel M, Busse R. (2018) Universal health coverage and the role of evidence-based approaches in benefit basket decisions. Eurohealth; 24(2): 34-37.

Bachner F, Bobek J, Habimana K, Ladurner J, Lepuschütz L, Ostermann H, Rainer L, Schmidt A E, Zuba M, Quentin W, Winkelmann J. (2018) Austria: Health system review. Health Systems in Transition, 20(3): 1 – 256.

Milevska Kostova, N., Chichevalieva, S., Ponce, N.A., van Ginneken, E., Winkelmann, J. (2017) The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Health system review. Health Systems in Transition, 19(3):1–160.

Galenkamp, H., Gagliardi, C., Principi, A., Golinowska, S., Moreira, A., Schmidt, A., Winkelmann, J., et al. (2016) “Predictors of social leisure activities in older Europeans with and without multimorbidity”, in: European Journal of Ageing, 13, 129-146.

Schmidt, A., Winkelmann, J., Leichsenring, K., Rodrigues, R. (2016) Lessons for regulating informal markets and implications for quality – the case of migrant carers in Austria. Ageing & Society, 36(4):741-763.

Winkelmann, J., Schmidt, A., Leichsenring, L. (2015) ‘Regulating migrants as a low cost solution: The formalisation of a dual care labour market in Austria’ in Morel, N., Carbonnier, C. (eds.) At your service? The political economy of household services in Europe, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan: 172-194.

Leichsenring, K., Rodrigues, R., Winkelmann, J., Falck, R. (2015) Integrated Care, Choice and Competition: challenges and Strategies of care coordination in the context of market-oriented governance in Sweden and Germany, Report commissioned by the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs: Vienna: European Centre. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1279.3366

Doering N., Doupi P., Glonti K., Winkelmann, J., Warren, E., McKee, M., Knai, C. (2014) ‘Electronic discharge summaries in the European Union: How close are we to making it happen?’, International Journal of Care Coordination, 17(1-2): 38-51. DOI:10.1177/2053435414540614

Rodrigues, R., Leichsenring, K., Winkelmann, J. (2014) The ‘Make or Buy’ Decision in Long-term Care: Lessons for Policy, Report commissioned by the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs. Vienna: European Centre.

Rodrigues, R., Leichsenring, K., Winkelmann, J. (2014) To Make or to Buy Long-term Care? Part I: Learning from Theory, Policy Brief of the European Centre.

Winkelmann, J., Rodrigues, R., Leichsenring, K. (2014) To Make or to Buy Long-term Care? Part II: Lessons from Quasi-markets in Europe, Policy Brief of the European Centre.

Leichsenring, K., Winkelmann, J., Rodrigues, R. (2014) To Make or to Buy Long-term Care? Part III: Quality Assurance to Avoid Market Failure, Policy Brief of the European Centre.

Rodrigues, R., Hofmarcher, M., Leichsenring, K., Winkelmann, J. (2014) Active and healthy ageing for better long-term care. A fresh look at innovative practice example, Project Report, Vienna: European Centre.

Hofmarcher, M., Winkelmann, J. (2013) ‘Data driving health’, Pan European Networks: Government, 7.

Hofmarcher, M., Schulmann, K., Winkelmann, J., Rodrigues, R., Zolyomi, E. (2013) Data mapping project Austria – Country Report, Joint Programming Initiative More Years, Better Lives, The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change, Bonn: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung.

Winkelmann, J., Hofmarcher, M., Kovacs, E., Szocska, G. (2013) ‘Cross-border dental care between Austria and HungaryEurohealth 19(4): 28-29.

 

Stipendien

2017 Young Gastein Scholar am EHFG (Europen Health Forum Gastein)

Lehre

Einführung in das Management im Gesundheitswesen (Basis 3)(Introduction in Health Care Management): WS 2016/2017 // WS 2017/2018

HPE 1: Gesundheitssysteme: Ziele, Funktionen, Akteure (Health Systems: Goals, Functions, Actors), SS 2017 // SS 2018 (BSPH)

HPE2b:  Ökonomische Evaluation von Gesundheitstechnologien (Economic evaluation of health technologies) WS 2019 // WS 2020 

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