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Publizierte Abstracts

 

 

  • Vollmann, J.; Dörries, A.; Neitzke, G. & Simon, A. (2007): Implementing Clinical Ethics in German Hospitals: Content, Didactic Methods and Evaluation of a Nationwide Training Program. European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics (EACME). 21st Annual Conference "Bioethics in the Real World". Book of Abstracts. 89
  • Neitzke, G. (2007): Inter-rater reliability of a portfolio assessment. AMEE 2007, Book of abstracts. 48
  • Neitzke, G.; Dörries, A.; Simon, A. & Vollmann, J. (2007): Implementing clinical ethics in German hospitals: content, didactic methods and evaluation of a nationwide training program. Ethics matters. Joint ethics conference Toronto, book of abstracts. 127
  • Kalbitzer, J. & Neitzke, G. (2006): Pathogenesis, Salutogenesis and the idea of existential freedom. XXth European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care: “Medicine, philosophy and the humanities. Book of Abstracts. 37
  • Sievers, K. & Neitzke, G. (2006): Verbot von Organhandel und die Rolle der Lebendspendekommissionen. Jahrestagung 2006 der Akademie für Ethik in der Medizin (AEM): Kommerzialisierung des menschlichen Körpers. Programm und Abstracts. 32-33
  • Neitzke, G. (2005): Inter-professionalism as an educational task. AMEE 2005, Abstracts. 14
  • Möller, M.; Frewer, A.; Stöckel, S.; Lohff, B. & Neitzke, G. (2005): The importance of being earnest. AMEE 2005, Abstracts. 49
  • Neitzke, G. (2005): Clinical Ethics Consultation in Germany: Concepts – Structures – Experiences. 2nd International Conference: Clinical Ethics Consultation, Book of Abstracts. 12
  • Sander, K. & Neitzke, G. (2005): Reflecting the role as a patient in a Clinical Ethics Committee. 2nd International Conference: Clinical Ethics Consultation, Book of Abstracts. 115
  • Neitzke, G. (2005): Context-sensitive and consensus-oriented moral reasoning in clinical ethics consultation. 2nd International Conference: Clinical Ethics Consultation, Book of Abstracts. 110
  • Neitzke, G. (2004): Genetic knowledge and conceptions of health and illness. Genetics and Health Care. XVIIIth European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care. 87
  • Neitzke, G.; Frewer, A.; Stöckel, S. & Lohff, B. (2004): Lehrziele, Didaktik und Leistungsnachweis: Innovative Ansätze im GTE-Unterricht in Hannover. 11. Tagung „Qualität der Lehre“: Neue Approbationsordnung – Beginn von Reformen?! Tagungsband. 68
  • Neitzke, G. (2004): Reflecting inter-professionalism in a seminar of medical ethics. Educatición Médica 7(3), 80
  • Neitzke, G. (2003): Necessity and relevance of clinical ethics consultation. Clinical ethics consultation. First international assessment summit, 167
  • Neitzke, G. (2003): Chronisch Kranksein und die Arzt-Patient-Interaktion. IV. Kühlungsborner Gespräche. Das Ethos in der Heilkunde – Medizinische Gegenwart und Zukunft. Tagungsband. 38-39
  • Neitzke, G. (2003): Vom Fall zur Kasuistik. Tagungsband „Wie viel Ethik verträgt die Medizin? Methoden und Institutionen medizinischer Ethik“ der Jahrestagung der AEM 2003. 9
  • Neitzke – Kühlungsborn (2002)
  • Neitzke, G. & Gloy, D. (2002): Interprofessional education in Medical Ethics. AMEE 2002, Approaches to Better Teaching, Abstracts, 4.87
  • Neitzke, G. (2002): Ethikberatung in der Pädiatrie. Das Kind als Patient. Ethische Konflikte zwischen Autonomie und Fürsorge. Jahrestagung der AEM, 40-41
  • Neitzke, G. (2002): Zur Bedeutung von interprofessionellen Lehrveranstaltungen. IX. Tagung „Qualität der Lehre“. Approbationsordnung 2002 – Reform für alle? Abstract-Band, 12
  • Neitzke, G. (2001): Ethik als Wahlpflichtfach in der Vorklinik – Erfahrungen an der Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover. Med. Ausbild. 18(1), 115
  • Neitzke, G. (2001): Stellung alter Menschen in der Medizin. Abstract-Band: Exogene Einflussnahme auf den Alterungsprozess des Menschen 47-48
  • Neitzke, G. (2001): Casuistry and beyond. Book of abstracts: Wisdom in Health Care, XVth European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care, Lisbon, 41-42
  • Neitzke, G. (2001): Clinical Ethics Committees and the aspiration to super-individual wisdom. Book of abstracts: Wisdom in Health Care, XVth European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care, Lisbon, 42
  • Neitzke, G. (2001): Evaluating Ethics Seminars. AMEE 2001, Medical Education and Standards at a Time of Change. Programme and Abstracts, 4.87
  • Möller, M. & Neitzke, G. (2001): A tool to evaluate medical ethics seminars. AMEE 2001, Medical Education and Standards at a Time of Change. Programme and Abstracts, 4.87
  • Neitzke, G. (2001): Ethische Konflikte und Kommunikation im Krankenhaus. Zweiter Kongress Pflege und Ethik, Abstracts, 22
  • AEM
  • Neitzke, G. & Möller, M. (2001): Zur Evaluation von Ethikunterricht. Qualität der Lehre 2001, Abstract-Band, 80-81
  • Neitzke, G. & Fehr, F. (2000): Teachers‘ responsibility: conclusions concerning the format of ethics seminars. A Socratic dialogue. Medical Teacher 22(4), 416
  • Neitzke, G. (2000): Medical ethics: How to relate teaching methods to teaching objectives. Book of Abstracts, Ethics Education in Medical Schools, Eilat/Israel, 55
  • Neitzke, G. (2000): Ethics-seminars during pre-clinical education. Book of Abstracts, Ethics Education in Medical Schools, Eilat/Israel, 54
  • Neitzke, G. (2000): Motivationen als identitätsstiftender Faktor in den Heilberufen. Ethik Med. 12(3), 209-210
  • Neitzke, G. (2000): Aspects of „humane health-care“: What is the patient talking about? Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 3(3), 362
  • Neitzke, G. (2000): Spirituelle Gesundheit am Lebensende – Konflikte zwischen Heilenwollen und Sterbebegleitung. Book of Abstracts, 3. Symposium Medizin und Ethik, Davos, o.S.
  • Neitzke, G. (1999): Learning how to balance facts and values in medical decision-making. Medical Teacher 21(2), 226
  • Neitzke, G. (1999): Bedingungen und Möglichkeiten einer globalen ärztlichen Ethik. Abstract Book, 2. Symposium Medicine and Ethics, Davos, o.S.
  • Neitzke, G. (1999): Ethik als Wahlpflichtfach in der Vorklinik – Erfahrungen an der Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover. 6. Internationale Tagung „Qualität der Lehre in der Medizin“, Programm & Abstracts 16
  • Neitzke, G. (1999): Holistic knowledge in medicine: What does it prove and how can it be proven? Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 2(1), 100
  • Neitzke, G. (1998): What do German Medical Students want to learn about Medical Ethics? Book of Abstracts, XIIth Annual Conference of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care, 35
  • Neitzke, G. (1998): Consequences of the new German „Approbationsordnung für Ärzte“. Book of Abstracts, XIIth Annual Conference of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care, 35-6
  • Neitzke, G. (1997): Who is to monitor medical research? Considering the results of a survey among German physician-researchers. European Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care (Bulletin of the ESPMH) 5(1), 92-3
  • Neitzke, G.; Steinmann, J.; Eckstein, V. & Müller-Ruchholtz, W. (1991): „Cloning of donor-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes from the peripheral blood of a kidney-allograft recipient without a rejection crisis“: Frühjahrstagung für Immunologie, Book of Abstracts, 193


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