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Deutsch Intern
    Institute for Clinical Epidemiology and Biometry

    Martha Nast

    Martha Schutzmeier MPH

    Phone: +49 (0)931 / 201 47 324
    Fax: +49 (0)931 / 201 647310
    E-Mail: Martha.Nast@uni-wuerzburg.de

     

    Short CV

    since 2018  

    Research Associate, Institute of Clinical Epidemiology and Biometry, University Würzburg

    2016-2018   Research Associate, AG Molekulare Ernährung, Hospital of the LMU Munich
    2016  

    Master thesis in cooperation with the Department of Metabolism and Nutrition Medicine, Hospital of the LMU Munich

    2014-2016

    Master of Public Health, LMU Munich

    2008-2013

    Bachelor of Science in Nutrition, Universidade Federal de Ciências da Saúde de Porto Alegre (UFCSPA), Porto Alegre, Brazil

    Research interests

    Healthcare research

    Main Publications in recent years

    Skazel T, Kippnich M, Klingshirn H, Gerken L, Heuschmann P, Haas K, Schutzmeier M, Brandstetter L, Ahnert J, Koch J, Seese B, Meybohm P, Reuschenbach B, Wurmb T. Ventilation Patients between Acute Care and Long-term Out-of-Hospital Ventilation – Routine Documentation based Analysis of the Care Situation. [Article in German] Pneumologie 2021; Epub ahead of print.

    Klingshirn H, Gerken L, Heuschmann P, Haas K, Schutzmeier M, Brandstetter L, Stangl S, Wurmb T, Kippnich M, Reuschenbach B. Quality of Care for People with Home Mechanical Ventilation in Germany: A Scoping Review. [Article in German] Gesundheitswesen 2020; 82:729-39.

    Felizitas A Eichner, Christopher J Schwarzbach, Moritz Keller, Karl Georg Haeusler, Gerhard F Hamann, Dirk Sander, Heinrich J Audebert, Klaus Gröschel, Dieter Geis, Stephan von Bandemer, Viktoria Rücker, Martha Schutzmeier, Peter Ulrich Heuschmann, Armin Grau, The SANO Study Group
    Trial design and pilot phase results of a cluster-randomised intervention trial to improve stroke care after hospital discharge – The structured ambulatory post-stroke care program (SANO)

    Gomes D, von Kries R, Delius M, Mansmann U, Nast M, Stubert M, et al.
    Late-pregnancy dysglycemia in obese pregnancies after negative testing for gestational diabetes and risk of future childhood overweight: An interim analysis from a longitudinal mother–child cohort study.
    PLoS Med. 2018 Oct; 15(10): e1002681.

    Werlang ICR, Hahn MC, Bernardi JR, Nast M, Goldani MZ, Michalowski MB.
    Exposure to different intrauterine environments: implications for telomere attrition in early life.
    Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2018 May 24:1-10. doi: 10.1080/14767058.2018.1468879. [Epub ahead of print]

    Nast M, de Oliveira A, Rauber F, Vitolo MR.
    [Excessive gestational weight gain is risk factor for overweight among women].
    Rev Bras Ginecol Obstet, 2013; 35(12):536-40.