Health-care research and evidence-based medicine are cross-cutting themes with input from several partners beyond the Center for Pediatrics. Our health care research focuses particularly on patient communication and outcome evaluation (in co-operation with the Section of Health Care Research and Rehabilition Research). Evidence-based health care is well-established in adult medicine, but for children and adolescents, the evidence base for many treatments is unknown or unclear; we seek to provide better evaluations of evidence in pediatrics (in co-operation with the Institute for Evidence in Medicine, linked site in German) to guide better treatment decisions.
Environmental Pathogens in Extreme Prematurity
Improving Intensive Care Outcomes
Neuromuscular Diseases in Children and Adolescents
Pediatric Healthcare Research
- Prof. Dr. Erik Farin-Glattacker, Insititute of Medical Biometry and Statistics, Section of Health Care Research and Rehabilitation Research (SEVERA)
- Prof. Dr. Jörg Meerpohl, Institute for Evidence in Medicine
- PD. Dr. Martin Wolkewitz, Institute of Medical Biometry and Statistics