Christine Holmberg

Prof. Dr. Holmberg
Title: Prof. Dr.
Denomination: Professur für Sozialmedizin und Epidemiologie
Current position: Professorin für Sozialmedizin und Epidemiologie, Institutsleitung Institut Sozialmedizin und Epidemiologie und Institut Allgemeinmedizin
Specialist field: Sozialmedizin und Epidemiologie
Office address:
Campus Brandenburg an der Havel
Hochstraße 15
14770 Brandenburg
Office phone number: +49 3381 41 1281
Office email:
At MHB since: 16.03.2018
Research: Psychosoziale Krebsforschung, Versorgungsforschung, Krankheitserfahrungen, Mixed-Methods Forschungsansätze
Teaching area(s): Sozialmedizin und Epidemiologie
Expertise in: Krankheitserfahrungen Patientenorientierung/Patientenbeteiligung Gesundheitsinformationen/Online Informationen
Curriculum Vitae

Meine besten 5 Publikationen:

  1. Holetzek, T. and Holmberg, C. (2022) Representation in participatory health care decision-mak-ing: reflections on an application-oriented model. Health Expect,

  2. Holmberg C, Breuning M. Personal Experience of Illness. In: Handbook of social studies in health and medicine.Sage Publications; 2021. p. 144-159.

  3. Blödt, S., Kaiser, M., Adam, Y., Adami, S., Schultze, M., Müller-Nordhorn, J. and Holmberg, C. (2018) Understanding the role of health information in patients’ experiences: secondary analy-sis of qualitative narrative interviews with people diagnosed with cancer in Germany, BMJ Open, Vol. 8: e019576,

  4. Holmberg, C., Waters, E. A., Whitehouse, K., Daly, M. and McCaskill-Stevens, W. (2015) My lived experiences are more important than your probabilities: the role of individualized risk es-timates for decision making about participation in the study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene (STAR). Medical Decision Making, Vol. 35, No. 8: 1010-1022,

  5. Holmberg, C., Bischof, C. and Bauer, S. (2013) Making predictions: computing populations; Sci-ence, Technology & Human Values, Vol. 38, No. 3: 398-420,

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