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Torsten Bollweg

Torsten M. Bollweg
Researcher HLCA-Project HL-Kids-NRW

Research interests

  • Health Literacy in Childhood
  • Questionnaire Development
  • quantitative and qualitative childhood research

Professional Experience

Since 03.2018 Researcher (research project HL-Kids-NRW)
12.2015 - 02.2018 Researcher (research project MoMChild) (Methods of Measuring Health Literacy of 9-10 years old Children)
(AG2 - Socialisation - CPI)
12.2014 - 11.2015 Graduate Assistant, Bielefeld University
(AG2 - Socialisation - CPI)
10.2014 - 12.2014 Graduate Assistant, Bielefeld University (AG8 - Social Work). Development, conduction and analysis of guided interviews with children and adolescents

Academic Background

Since 09.2018 PhD Studies (Faculty of Educational Science, Bielefeld University)
2013 - 2016 M.A. in Educational Science, Bielefeld University; Focus: Social Work & Counselling
2010 - 2013 B.A. in Educational Science, Goethe-University Frankfurt.


Further information




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!

New publications

International Handbook of health literacy
Handbuch Sozialisationsforschung
Präevention von sexueller Gewalt in der Primarstufe
Psychisch belastete Eltern in der sozialpädagogischen Familienhilfe
 Children in times of crisis

CPI Brief

The CPI-Brief briefly informs about selected aspects of our work. Please feel invited to read the latest CPI-Briefs!

08/2019: The practical phase of the IMPRES Project begins

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.