About Janine Bröder
Janine Bröder is a research associate and PhD candidate at the Centre for Prevention and Intervention in Childhood and Adolescence (CPI), located at the Faculty of Educational Science at Bielefeld University. She is working to explore and conceptualize health literacy in childhood and adolescence within the German Health Literacy in Childhood and Adolescence (HLCA) Consortium..
Prior to joining the CPI in April 2015, Janine did an internship in the field of Health System Strengthening at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in Bonn and worked at the WHO Evidence-informed Policy Network as a DAAD Carlo-Schmid Scholar.
Janine holds a MSc. in European Public Health and a BSc. in Health Sciences, both acquired at Maastricht University with majors in health promotion, health system development and health policy.She is member of several networks, for example:
- Health Literacy,
- Health Promotion and Prevention,
- Education and health,
- Evidence-informed policy-making, evidence-based public health
- Knowledge translation,
- Health system strengthening
|09/2012 - 08/2013||Master degree (M.Sc.) in European Public Health, Maastricht University.||01/2012-05/2012||Erasmus exchange at the University of Jyväskylä|
|09/2009 - 07/2012||Bachelor degree (B.Sc.) in Public Health at Maastricht University, with the profile Prevention, health politics and -management.
Patricia Wahl (Graf), Alexandra Fretian and Ullrich Bauer talk about "Tabooing and stgmatization of mental illness" in the Jugendhilfereport 02.19
Evaluation of the IGEL program - results: Effectiveness of a school-based intervention to prevent child sexual abuse (Czerwinski et al.) Download
You can learn more about this joint research project at hlca-consortium.com!
The CPI-Brief briefly informs about selected aspects of our work. Please feel invited to read the latest CPI-Briefs!
07/2019: Annual Conference of the DGSMP and DGMS
06/2019: IMPRES-team in Canada
02/2019: Participation in the conference 40 years DISTINCTION On the relevance of Pierre Bourdieus theory in culture and inequality research, Vienna
You can catch up on previous issues of the CPI-Brief at the archive.