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Brown Bag Seminar – School of Public Health

During semesters the School of Public Health hosts a bi-weekly brown bag seminar on Thursday

Time :  12-13:00

Where:  Room U5-211

All members of the faculty, their guests, and anyone interested are invited to attend.

Contact: brownbagph at uni-bielefeld.de

 

Dates

For the summer semester the following are planed:

25.04.2024

 

23.05.2024 Marcus Heumann

Title: „Patientenpartizipation im Kontext von chronischer Krankheit und Primary Health Care Nursing“

Abstract: TBA

 

13.06.2024

 

27.06.2024 Sven Rohleder

Title: Area-level socioeconomic deprivation, non-national residency, and Covid-19 incidence: A longitudinal spatiotemporal analysis in Germany

Abstract:
Socioeconomic conditions affect the dynamics of the Covid-19 pandemic. We analysed the association between area-level socioeconomic deprivation, proportion of non-nationals, and incidence of Covid-19 infections in Germany.
Using linked nationally representative data at the level of 401 German districts from three waves of infection (January-2020 to May-2021), we fitted Bayesian spatiotemporal models to assess the association between socioeconomic deprivation, and proportion of non-nationals with Covid-19 incidence, controlling for age, sex, vaccination coverage, settlement structure, and spatial and temporal effects. We estimated risk ratios (RR) and corresponding 95% credible intervals (95% CrI). We further examined the deprivation domains (education, income, occupation), interactions between deprivation, sex and the proportion of non-nationals, and explored potential pathways from deprivation to Covid-19 incidence.
Covid-19 incidence risk was 15% higher (RR=1·15, 95%-CrI=1·06–1·24) in areas classified with the highest deprivation quintile (Q5) compared to the least deprived areas (Q1). Medium-low (Q2), medium (Q3), and medium-high (Q4) deprived districts showed 6% (1·06, 1·00–1·12), 8% (1·08, 1·01–1·15), and 5% (1·05, 0·98–1·13) higher risk, respectively, compared to the least deprived. Districts with higher proportion of non-nationals showed higher incidence risk compared to districts with lowest proportion, but the association weakened across the three waves. During the first wave, an inverse association was observed with highest incidence risk in least deprived areas (Q1). Deprivation interacted with sex, but not with the proportion of non-nationals.
Socioeconomic deprivation, and proportion of non-nationals are independently associated with the incidence of Covid-19. Regional planning of non-pharmaceutical interventions and vaccination strategies would benefit from consideration of area-level deprivation and non-national residency.

 

11.07.2024 Patrik Harnisch

Title: Trends and Determinants of e-consultations in Denmark: A nationwide register-based Study


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