Prof. Dr. Maya Zumstein-Shaha

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Prof. Dr. Maya Zumstein-Shaha Dozentin

  • Adresse Berner Fachhochschule
    Gesundheit
    Pflege
    Stadtbachstrasse 64
    3012 Bern

Tätigkeiten

  • Master of Science in Pflege

  • Shortage of Health Professionals

  • Psychosocial Health - Spirituality

  • Advanced Practice Nursing

Lehre

  • Master of Science in Nursing

  • Selfmanagement

  • Research Methods II

  • Advanced Practice

  • Philosophy of Science for Health Professions

Forschung

  • Health Services Research

  • Psychosocial Health

  • Advanced Nursing Practice - Development of New Roles

  • Spirituality from the Perspective of Cancer Patients

Lebenslauf

  • Senior lecturer in nursing science with focus on self-management,
    nursing theories and nursing research
    Research expertise: shortage of skilled healthcare professionals;
    advanced practice nursing: development and implementation of new
    roles for nurses in healthcare; psychosocial health; living with cancer;
    theory development in nursing; omnipresence of cancer; serious
    games; ethical professional challenges
  • 2017 – currently Invited Lecturer FH Campus Wien, Institute of Nursing Science, Vienna, Austria
  • 2010 – 2017 Senior Lecturer Institute of Higher Education and Research IUFRS, University of Lausanne, Faculty of Biology and Medicine, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • 2009 – 2015 Scientific Collaborator Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, Directorate of Nursing and Allied Health Professions, Department of Nursing Development, Bern, Switzerland
  • 2012 – 2014 Habilitation University of Witten Herdecke, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Nursing Science, Witten, Germany
  • 2011 – 2012 Resarch Adjunct British Columbia Cancer Agency, Canada
  • 2009 – 2009 Teaching Assistant University of Lausanne, University Hospital of the Canton of Vaud, Institute of Higher Education and Research in Health Care, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • 2009 – 2011 Affiliated Faculty Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  • 2009 – 2010 Lecturer University of Applied Sciences Health Freiburg, Switzerland
  • 2008 – currently Invited Lecturer University of Vienna, Institute of Nursing Science, Vienna, Austria
  • 2007 – 2009 Part-time Faculty Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  • 2005 – 2007 Post-doctoral Student Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  • 2006 – 2008 Research Assistant Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • 2006 – currently Invited Lecturer University of Witten Herdecke, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Nursing Science, Witten, Germany
  • 2005 – 2005 Honorary Research Fellow City University St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, Smithfield, London, Great Britain
  • 2002 – 2009 Researcher, Lecturer University of Applied Sciences Health Freiburg, Switzerland
  • 2002 – 2002 Lecturer University of Applied Sciences Aargau, Department of Health, Aarau, Switzerland
  • 2001 – 2002 Part-time Lecturer University of Applied Sciences Aargau, Department of Health, Aarau, Switzerland
  • 2000 – 2002 Registered Nurse IKP University Hospital of Zurich, Department of Visceral and Cardiac Surgery, Switzerland
  • 1998 – 2007 Visiting Lecturer University of Lucerne, Post-graduate Course on Conflict and Crisis Management in Intercultural Areas. Switzerland
  • 1998 – 2003 Student in the PhD Program City University St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, Smithfield, London, Great Britain
  • 1996 – 2000 Registered Nurse IKP (Integrated Nursing Care) University Hospital of Zurich, Department of Visceral and Cardiac Surgery, Switzerland
  • 1995 – 1998 Student in the Masters Program City University St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, Smithfield, London, Great Britain
  • 1994 – 1995 Registered Nurse IKP (Integrated Nursing Care) University Hospital of Zurich, Department of Visceral and Cardiac Surgery, Switzerland
  • 1993 – 1994 Registered Nurse IKP (Integrated Nursing Care) City Hospital Waid, Department of Visceral Surgery, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Habilitation. “Privatdozent”. Habilitation thesis: “The Omnipresence of Cancer." University of Witten Herdecke, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Nursing Science, Chair of Family and Community Nursing, Witten, Germany.
  • Postdoctoral studies. Research project: “Transitoriness in Cancer Patients” Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
  • PhD in Nursing. Doctoral thesis: “The Omnipresence of Cancer“ The City University St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, Smithfield, London, Great Britain.
  • Master of Science in Nursing. Master’s thesis: “Everyday Racism in Hospital“ The City University St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, Smithfield, London, Great Britain.
  • Diploma in Integrated Nursing Care IKP. Dual diploma in adult care and sick children’s care. Diploma thesis: “The Systems Theory by Imogene M. King: practical implications” School of Nursing Zurich, Program of Integrated Nursing Care, Carmenstrasse 32, 8032 Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Baccalaureat (Matura Type B), Latin. Alte Kantonsschule Aarau, Bahnhofstrasse, 5000 Aarau, Switzerland

Projekte

  • Implementation of a interprofessional evidence-based intervention NEODOL to prevent
    procedural pain in neonates. A feasibility study.
    Investigators: C. Balice, G. Simonetti, C. Newman, M. Zumstein-Shaha
    Funding 2018 – 2020: ABREOC

  • Development of a national clinical pathway for colorectal cancer
    Investigators: V. Meyer, E. Kraft, J. Nadig, J. Pfisterer, FMH
    Working group member: M. Zumstein-Shaha
    Funding 2014 – 2018: FMH – Swiss Medical Association, Bern, Switzerland and SAQM –
    Swiss Academy for Medical Quality, Bern, Switzerland

  • Implementation of Advanced Practices Nurses' Roles in Primary Care in GP-Practices in the Canton of Bern
    Investigator Consortium: Bern University of Applied Sciences, GP-Practice Pluriprax Bätterkinden and Xundheitszentrum Grindelwald, Community Nursing Association Aemmeplus Kirchberg, Cantonal Physician of Bern, National Economy of Bernese Oberland, Federal Association of Swiss Physicians
    Project Coordinatior: M. Zumstein-Shaha

  • FINIMPE Facteurs influençant l’implémentation de nouvelles pratiques en psychiatrie de l’âge avancé
    Investigators: Shota Dzemaili, Mathieu Turcotte, Laurent Berthoud, Lucie Marigo Kemken, Colomban Merçay, Daniel Ducraux, Maya Zumstein-Shaha, Claudia Ortoleva Bucher
    HES-Fonds

  • Validation of the measurement tool of Transitoriness
    Investigators: M. Zumstein-Shaha, G. Sobral, J. Pasche, A.-C. Chaudhry-Schaer, C.
    Bussy, P. Ballabeni
    Funding 2016 – 2017: Fondation Leenaards, Lausanne, Switzerland

  • Coordination and collaboration in primary palliative care. Palliative care networks in
    Switzerland.
    Investigators: B. Liebig, K. Bally, C. Gamondi, C. Mazzocato, E. Zemp Stutz
    Consultant: M. Zumstein-Shaha
    Funding 2017 – 2019: NRP74, Swiss National Fund, Switzerland

Publikationen

  • da Rocha Rodrigues, M. G., Pautex, S., Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2019). Revie plus sign in circle: An intervention promoting the dignity of individuals with advanced cancer: A feasibility study. Eur J Oncol

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M., Alder, J. (2018). [Which health professionals are responsible for taking care of spiritual needs in newly diagnosed cancer patients according to the literature?]. Zeitschrift für Spiritual Care in den Gesundheitsberufen, 7, 3, 281-291.

  • Stanic, J., Perrenoud, B., Rochat, E., Ballabeni, P., Jaques, C., Schaer-Chaudhry, A. C., Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2018). Experiences of newly diagnosed cancer patients in confronting the finitudes of life: a qualitative systematic review protocol. JBI Database System Rev Implement Rep, 16,12, 2288-2294.

  • Didier, A., Gachoud, D., von Niederhäusern, G., Benaroyo, L., Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2018). Caring moments within an interprofessional healthcare team: Children and adolescent perspectives. Patient Experience Journal, 5, 2, Article 7.

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2018). [Content analysis – Boring or what?]. QuPuG, 5, 2, 70-78.

  • de Goumoëns, V., Didier, A., Mabire, C., Shaha, M., Diserens, K. (2018). Families’ needs of patients with acquired brain injury: acute phase and rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Nursing, published online January 2.

  • Mülhauser, S., Bonhôte Börner, M., Saner, H., Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2018). [The impact of motivational interviewing on illness perception in patients with stable coronary artery disease – a randomised controlled study]. Pflege, 31, 2, 75-85.

  • Spichiger, E., Zumstein-Shaha, M., Herrmann, L., Schubert, M. (2018). [Focused development of advanced practice nurse roles for specific patient groups in a Swiss university hospital]. Pflege, 31, 1, 41-50.

  • Didier, A., Campbell, J., Franco, L., Serex, M., Staffoni-Donadini, L., Gachoud, D., Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2017). Patient perspectives on interprofessional collaboration between healthcare professionals during hospitalization: a qualitative systematic review protocol. JBI Database System Rev Implement Rep, 15, 8, 2020-2027.

  • Shaha, M., Perrenoud, S., Romagnoli, S. (2017). Grippe – eine moralisch-ethische Verpflichtung für Pflegefachpersonen? Pflegerecht, 1.

  • Werlen, M., Shaha, M., Streuli, J. (2016). Unterstützung der Eltern nach IVG bei Geschlechtsvarianten (DSD/VSD – «Intersexualität»). Jusletter, 29. August 2016.

  • Sugar, A. C., Shaha, M., Schneider, D. (2016). Introduction of blended learning in a master program: Developing an integrative mixed method evaluation framework. Nurse Education Today, 48: 172-179.

  • Helou, N., Dwyer, A., Shaha, M., Zanchi, A. (2016). Multidisciplinary management of diabetic kidney disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 169-207.

  • Da Rocha, G., Pautex, S., Shaha, M. (2016). Revie +: The influence of a life review intervention including a positive, patient-centered approach towards enhancing the personal dignity of patients with advanced cancer. A study protocol for a feasibility study using a mixed method investigation. Pilot and Feasibility Studies.

  • Shaha, M. (2016). The science of nursing – what it is about and its development. VSH-Bulletin, 42, 2, 3-8.

  • Shaha, M. (2016). Die Entwicklung einer MR-Theorie basierend auf phänomenologischer Forschung. QuPuG, 3(1): 15-23.

  • Helou, N. J., Talhouedec, D., Shaha, M., Zanchi, A. (2016). Study Protocol: The impact of a multidisciplinary self-care management program on quality of life, self-care behavior, adherence to the anti-hypertensive treatment, glycemic control, and renal function in adults with diabetic kidney disease. A cross-over study. BMJ Nephrology, (17): 88-98.

  • Da Rocha, M.-G., Pautex, S., Bollondi-Pauly, C., Brugger, A., Chong, L., Khaled, S., Kigouk, S. Noël, M., Shaha, M. (2016). Le récit de vie du patient: recueil de témoignages des infirmières dans le cadre de Revie (+). Revue internationale de soins palliatifs 31/1, p. 45-46.

  • Perrenoud, S., Romagnoli, S., Shaha, M. (2015). La vaccination – une thématique controversée: l’exemple de la grippe. Jusletter, 24 August 2015.

  • Shaha, M., Gmür, S., Schoenenberger, A. W., Gerber, F. S., Exadaktylos, A. (2015). Trends and characteristics of attendances at the emergency department of a Swiss university hospital: 2002-2012. Swiss Medical Weekly, (145): w14141.

  • Shaha, M., Wüthrich, E., Stauffer, Y., Herzceg, F., Fattinger, K., Hirter, K., Papalini, M., Herrmann, L. (2015). Implementing evidence-based patient and family education on oral anticoagulation: a community-based participatory action research. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (11-12): 1534-1545.

  • Morin, D., Shaha, M., Januel, J.-M., Laubscher, A., Brioschi Levi, H., Ninane, F., Roulin, M.-J., Ramelet, A.-S. (2015). [Update on advanced practice nursing]. Soins Infirmiers/ASI, 108 (5) : 72-76.

  • DaRocha, G., Roos, P., Shaha, M. (2014). Le sentiment de finitude de vie et les stratégies de coping face à l'annonce d'un cancer. Revue Internationale de Soins Palliatifs, 29 (2) : 49-53.

  • Schlegel, C., Shaha, M. (2014). Turning old into new. Clinical Teacher, 11 (7): 562-562.

  • Helou, N., Dwyer, A., Burnier, M., Shaha, M., Zanchi, A. (2014). Multidisciplinary management of diabetic kidney disease: a systematic review protocol. The JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 12 (7), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.11124/jbisrir-2014-1543.

  • Morin, D., Ramelet, A.-S., Shaha, M. (2013). Vision suisse romande de la pratique infirmière avancée. Recherche en soins infirmiers, 115 (12): 49-58.

  • Shaha, M. (2013). Pflege und Recht in Bezug auf Geschlechtsvarianten. Pflegerecht – Pflegewissenschaft, 1 (3): 130-145.

  • Shaha, M., Käppeli, S., Schnepp, W. (2013). Aus der Praxis in die Praxis zurück: Zwischenverpflegung Theorieentwicklung. Pflegewissenschaft, 15 (7-8): 389-400.

  • Shaha, M., Berg, J., Wenzel, J., Shaefer, J., Terhaar, M., Klimmek, R., Melville, K., Belcher, A.E. (2013). Excellence in teaching and learning: students‘perspective. Journal of Nursing Education Practice, 3 (12): 35-46.

  • Shaha, M., Käppeli, S., Schnepp, W. (2013). Die Reichweite von Theorien als Indikator für ihre Umsetzbarkeit in der Praxis. Pflegewissenschaft, 15 (1): 5-16.

  • Huber, C., Huber, J. W., Shaha, M. (2011). Diabetes care of the dependent older adult: an exploratory study of nurses’ perspectives. European Diabetes Nursing, 8 (3): 88-92.

  • Shaha, M., Cox, C.L., Cohen, M.Z., Belcher, A.E., Käppeli, S. (2011). [The contribution of concept development to nursing knowledge? The example of Transitoriness]. Pflege, 24 (6): 361-72.
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  • Schlegel, C., Woermann, U., Shaha, M., Rethans, J. J., van der Vleuten, C. (2011). Effects of Communication Training on Real Practice Performance: A Role-Play Module Versus a Standardized Patient Module. Journal of Nursing Education, 51 (1): 16-22.

  • Shaha, M., Cox, C.L., Belcher, A.E., Cohen, M.Z. (2011). Transitoriness: a perception of life’s finitude following cancer diagnosis. Cancer Nursing Practice, 10 (4(, 24-27.

  • Shaha, M., Hill., E.E., Wenzel, J. (2011). Planning and conducting focus group research with nurses. Nurse Researcher, 18 (2); 77-87

  • Shaha, M., Pandian, V., Choti, M., Stotsky, E., Herman, J., Khan, Y., Libonati, C., Coleman, J., Pawlik, T. M., Schulick, R., Belcher, Anne E., (2010). Transitoriness in cancer patients. Supportive Care in Cancer, 19 (2): 271-279.

  • Hill, E.E., Nguyen, T.H., Shaha, M., Wenzel, J., DeForge, B.R., Spellbring, A.M. (2009). Person-environment interactions contributing to nursing home resident falls. Research in Gerontological Nursing, 2 (4): 287-296.

  • Schlegel, C., Shaha, M., Terhaar, M. (2009). The value of standardized patients in nursing education. Journal of Nursing Science, 27 (2): 40-48.

  • Shaha, M., Bauer-Wu, S. (2009). Early adulthood uprooted. Transitoriness in young women with breast cancer. Cancer Nursing, 32 (3): 246-255.

  • Wenzel, J., Shaha, M. (2008). Experiencing cancer treatment decision-making in managed care. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 63 (5): 455-464.

  • Shaha, M., Schmid-Buchi, S., Abt, J., Mathis-Jaggi, F., Holdener, E., Riederer, E., Stoll, H. R., Fliedner, M., Imhof, L. (2008). [The contribution of oncology nursing to the Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing - SRAN]. Pflege, 21 (6): 385-403.

  • Imhof, L., Abderhalden, C., Cignacco, E., Eicher, M., Mahrer-Imhof, R., Schubert, M., Shaha, M. (2008). [Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing (SRAN): The development of an agenda for clinical nursing research in Switzerland.]. Pflege, 21 (6): 375-384.

  • Imhof, L., Abderhalden, C., Cignacco, E., Eicher, M., Mahrer-Imhof, R., Schubert, M., Shaha, M. (2008). [Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing (SRAN): The development of an agenda for clinical nursing research in Switzerland.]. Pflege, 21 (4): 252-261.

  • Shaha, M., Cox, C.L., Roine, K., Kelly, D. (2008). Uncertainty in cancer patients. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 40 (1): 60-67.

  • Shaha, M. (2008). [Post doctorate studies in the United States: experiences as a post doctoral student of nursing sciences in the USA]. Pflege, 21 (2): 71-73.

  • Rabenschlag, F., Shaha, M. (2007). [Analysis of team specific situations of burden in everyday nursing and development of tailored interventions: an action research project nurses]. Pflege, 20 (1): 35-40.

  • Shaha, M., Rabenschlag, F. (2007). Burdensome situations in everyday nursing: an explorative qualitative action research on a medical ward. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 31 (2): 134-145.

  • Schlegel, C., Shaha, M. (2007). [Special Challenges in the Planning and Performance of OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) in Nursing Training]. PrInternet, 12, (1 page).

  • Schlegel, C., Shaha, M. (2007). [A pilot study: obtaining a strong clinical focus by including standardized patients into nursing education – a benefit for all!]. PrInternet, 3 (5 pages).

  • Shaha, M., Cox, C.L., Hall, A., Porrett, T. (2006). The omnipresence of cancer: its implications for colorectal cancer. Cancer Nursing Practice, 5 (4): 35-39.

  • Terhaar, M., Shaha, M. (2006). Palliative approach to perinatal and neonatal care. eNeonatal Review, 6 (11): 3-8.

  • Shaha, M. (2004). [Critical culture conference: how does this relate to durability?]. Pflege, 17 (6): 361-363.

  • Shaha, M. (2004). Country Profile: Switzerland. Nursing Ethics, 11 (4): 418-424.

  • Shaha, M., Cox, C.L. (2003). The omnipresence of cancer. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 7 (3): 191-196.

  • Shaha, M. (2003). [Life with intestinal cancer. A phenomenologic-empirical study]. Pflege, 16 (6): 323-330.

  • Shaha, M. (1998). Racism and its implications in ethical-moral reasoning in nursing practice: a tentative approach to a largely unknown topic. Nursing Ethics, 5 (2): 139-146.

  • Shaha, M. (1998). [Pleasures and pains of a beginning researcher. What is being withheld at the presentation of a study]. Pflege, 11 (4): 207-212.

  • Kraft, E., Anthenien, D., Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2018). [Milestone for the treatment and care pathway colorectal cancer]. Heime und Spitäler, 3, 26-28.

  • Ortoleva Bucher, C., Timmer, M., Shaha, M. (2017). Soins palliatifs aux patients souffrant de démence : regards croisés entre besoins des patients et les perceptions de ces besoins par les proches et par l’équipe de soins. Info@gériatrie.

  • Ortoleva Bucher, C., Timmer, M., Shaha, M. (2017). Les soins palliatifs auprès de personnes souffrant d’une démence avancée. Psychoscope.

  • Shaha, M., Timmer, M., Ortoleva Bucher, C. (2017). “Comfort goals” formulieren. Krankenpflege, 107 (3): 30-31.

  • Romagnoli, S., Perrenoud, S., Shaha, M. (2016). La vaccination obligatoire. Quelques repères juridiques. Info@gériatrie, (5): 52-53.

  • Shaha, M. (2016). Enjeux du prolongement de la vie et rôle des soins palliatifs. Philosophie.ch, 124(4), 13-15.

  • Huber, C., Huber, J., Shaha, M. (2014). Pflegerische Unterstützung erhöht Lebensqualität. Krankenpflege, 106 (9): 8-10.

  • Gerber, F. S., Shaha, M., Brodmann Mäder, M. (2014). Den Bedürfnissen von über 65-Jährigen anpassen. Krankenpflege, 106 (7): 34-35.

  • Gaillard Desmedt, S., Shaha, M. (2013). La place de la spiritualité dans les soins infirmiers : une revue de littérature. Recherche en soins infirmiers, 115 (12): 19-35.

  • Bonhôte Börner, M., Mülhauser, S., Shaha, M. (2013). Anstoss zur Änderung des Lebensstils. Krankenpflege, 106 (6): 13-15.

  • Shaha, M., Wüthrich, E., Papalini, M., Herrmann, L. (2012). Umgang mit den Antikoagulantien systematisch schulen. Krankenpflege, 105 (7): 32-33.

  • Shaha, M. (2012). [How do men and women with colorectal cancer differ in the experience of their illness?]. Onkologiepflege/Soins en oncologie, (4): 26-27.

  • Cornuz, J., Shaha, M. (2012). [Care for the elderly: future challenges]. Courrier du Médecin vaudois, 1 (7): 8-9.

  • Scharaditsch, K., Shaha, M. (2012). [Application of basal stimulation and therapeutic touch in the care of elderly patients suffering from dementia]. Österreichische Pflegezeitschrift, 9 (1): 19-22.

  • Shaha, M. (2009). [Studying phenomena in nursing: Open up a new world]. CNE.fortbildung, 1 (10): 13-16.

  • Schlegel, C., Shaha, M. (2007). [Comprehensive scrutiny of competence]. Krankenpflege, 100 (8): 32.

  • Shaha, M., Rabenschlag, F., Holzer, R. (2005). [Lowering stress levels in the workplace]. Krankenpflege, 98 (4): 10-13, 40-43, 62-65.

  • Shaha, M. (2004). [Scenes of everyday life]. Tangram, 16, October, 59.

  • Shaha, M. (2004). [Racism in hospital]. Tangram, 16, October, 57-58.

  • Shaha, M. (2002). [Rassismus und mögliche Auswirkungen auf den Spitalalltag]. Nova, 33 (4): 16-19.

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M., Cox, C. L. (2017). A theory of cancer care in healthcare settings. Routledge.

  • Shaha, M. (2016). Patientenzufriedenheit. In: K. Jehle, S. Hill. Feigenblatt oder Baum der Erkenntnis. Messung der Patientenzufriedenheit – Standortbestimmungen und Ausblick. Band 131. Bern: Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Gesundheitspolitik.

  • Shaha, M., Spichiger, E., Herrmann, L. (2015: 60-70). Die Zukunft der Pflege in der Schweiz. In: S. Sigrist, N. Bornstein, K. Lesmono, A. Dür, G. Folkers. Hacking health care. Das Gesundheitssystem verstehen und weiterdenken. Zürich: NZZ.

  • Chmiel, A. S., Shaha, M., Morin, D., Schneider, D. K. (2014). Vom Frontalunterricht zum „Blended Learning“. Erster Schritt zur Entwicklung eines umfassenden Evaluierungsprozesses (Poster). Gesellschaft für Medien in der Wissenschaft e. V. GMW14 – Lernräume gestalten – Bildungskontexte vielfältig denken, Conference, Zürich, Switzerland, Abstractbook.

  • Spichiger, E., Shaha, M., Fliedner, M., Hirter, K., Herrmann, L. (2014). Developing and evaluating advanced practice nurse roles in a Swiss university hospital based on a conceptual framework, oral presentation, ICN INP/APNN Conference, Helsinki, Finland, electronic Abstractbook p. 62.

  • Shaha, M., Schnepp, W. (2013: 151-170). Qualitative Analysemethoden. In: H. Brandenburg, E.-M. Panfil, H. Mayer. Pflegewissenschaft 2. Bern: Hans Huber.

  • Shaha, M., Schnepp, W. (2013: 67-84). Qualitative Forschungsmethoden. In: H. Brandenburg, E.-M. Panfil, H. Mayer. Pflegewissenschaft 2. Bern: Hans Huber.

  • Bachmann-Mettler, I., Eicher, M., Bigler-Perrotin, L., Fournier, F., Mathis-Jaggi, F., Rieder, E., Shaha, M. (2011). Pflege (S. 112-122). In: Oncosuisse. Nationales Krebsprogramm für die Schweiz 2011-2015. Bern: Oncosuisse.

  • Shaha, M. (2009). Heideggers Ontologie des Daseins in Pflegeforschung und Theoriebildung. In: H. Mayer (Hrsg). Pflegewissenschaft – von der Ausnahme zur Normalität. Wien: Facultas.

  • Shaha, M. (2005). The Swiss Health Care System. In: L. Beldean, U. Zeitler & L. Rogozea. Nursing Today. Rumania: „Alma Mater“ Sibiu.

  • Shaha, M., Rabenschlag, F. (2004). Situations of overtaxation in everyday nursing care. Paper given at the 5th annual international research conference, through research, education & technology, Dublin, Ireland.

  • Shaha, M., Rabenschlag, F., Holzer, R., (2004). Overtaxation in everyday nursing. Paper given at the 3rd international research and development conference, clinical practice – research and development in nursing conference in Aarhus, Denmark.

  • Shaha, M. (2004). Omnipresence of cancer. Paper given at the 3rd international research and development conference, clinical practice – research and development in nursing conference in Aarhus, Denmark.

  • Shaha, M., Cox, C.L. (2003). The Dasein of colorectal cancer. An ontological study. In: Wilman, A. (ed.) Nursing Theories in practice, education and research. Critical Appraisal. Second European Nursing Conference in Scandinavia 18 – 20 May, 2000. Monograph No 10. Stockholm: Förlagshuset Gothia.

  • Shaha, M. (2002). The Omnipresence of Cancer. In: Cox, C. (ed.) Enhancing the practice experience. A collection of papers. European Honour Society 2002. Conference proceedings. Bournemouth: Nursing Praxis International.

Mitgliedschaften

  • VfP Association to Promote Nursing Science in Switzerland

  • AFG Oncology

  • SBK - ASI

Auszeichnungen

March 2016: First poster prize at the Conference for Health Professions, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, Switzerland.
Poster: “Erfahrungen von multimorbiden Patienten mit Vitamin-K-Antagonisten im häuslichen Alltag, nachdem sie im Akutspital von Pflegefachpersonen geschult wurden – eine interpretierende phänomenologische Evaluationsstudie.“

March 2014: First poster prize at the Société Francophone de Diabétologie SFD, Paris, France.
Poster: “La perception du risque de santé futur chez les femmes primipares récemment diagnostiquées avec un diabète gestationnel : étude descriptive corrélationnelle.”

November 2013: First poster prize at the Conference of the European Nursing Directors Association ENDA, Zurich, Switzerland.
Poster: “Advanced Nursing Practice: A Concept to Develop Innovative Services for Chronically Ill Patients.”

June 2011: First prize by the Hospital Limmattal, Schlieren, Switzerland.
Master of Advanced Studies in Palliative Care Thesis by Deborah Ackermann: “Transition to end-of-life.”

Betreute Arbeiten

  • Andrea Röthlisberger

    Psychosocial Health in Oncology Nursing - Researching the Spiritual Needs of Cancer Patients and their Family

    2018

  • Carina Schauss

    Advanced Practice Nurse in Primary Care - Experiences of Multimorbid Patients and their Family Caregivers

    2019

  • Dominique Beerli

    Unmet Needs and Problems of Elderly Patients after Accidents at Hospital Discharge for Home

    2019

  • Amélia Didier

    Patient perspectives on interprofessional collaboration between healthcare professionals during hospitalization

  • Colette Balice

    Développement d'une intervention complexe interprofessionnelle et étude de faisabilité pour améliorer la prise en charge des actes douloureux en néonatologie

Sprachen- und Länderkenntnisse

  • Deutsch - Muttersprache oder zweisprachig
  • Englisch - Muttersprache oder zweisprachig
  • Französisch - Muttersprache oder zweisprachig
  • Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika
  • Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland
  • Frankreich
  • Deutschland