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Martina Roes (Germany)


After nursing education and several years of nursing practice, Roes studied sociology, philosophy and psychology at the Free University Berlin. After graduating in sociology, philosophy and psychology she received a research grant from the Robert Bosch Foundation in the projectKnowledge Circulation in Nursing Education, which was also the topic of her PhD thesis (2002). Following this fellowship, Roes worked as a research associate at the Institute for Applied Nursing Research at the University of Bremen. In 2003, a professorship for Nursing Science at the University of Applied Science in Bremen followed; there she was also Dean of Study Affairs in the Department of Social Science and Vice-Rector for Education. Furthermore she worked at the School of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania on a postdoctoral fellowship funded by the Commonwealth Foundation and the B. Braun Foundation and was actively involved in a national project of the Long-Term Quality Alliance (LTQ). Since 2013 Roes chairs Nursing Science and Health Care Research at the Department for Nursing Science / Faculty for Health at University of Witten/Herdecke. Since 2013 she is also the speaker of the DZNE site Witten and Leader of two research groups (Implementation and Dissemination Research and Method in Health Care Research).

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Last Updated: Monday 19 March 2018