Prof. Dr. Maya Zumstein-Shaha

Profil

Prof. Dr. Maya Zumstein-Shaha Dozentin

  • Adresse Berner Fachhochschule
    Santé
    Fachbereich Pflege
    Stadtbachstrasse 64
    3012 Bern

Activités

  • Shortage of Health Professionals

  • Psychosocial Health - Spirituality

  • Advanced Practice Nursing

Enseignement

  • Master of Science in Nursing

  • Philosophy of Science for Health Professions

  • Masterthesisseminar

  • Advanced Practice

  • Health Promotion, Disease Prevention and Selfmanagement

  • Transfermodule 1a, 2a

Recherche

  • Health Services Research

  • Psychosocial Health

  • Advanced Nursing Practice - Development of New Roles

  • Spirituality from the Perspective of Cancer Patients

Parcours professionnel

  • Adjunct head of program of the Master of Science in Nursing, Professor in nursing science with focus on advanced practice, philosophy of science, Master's theses, as well as expertise in 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
  • 2017 – 2021 Invited Lecturer University of Applied Sciences Health, Institute La Source, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • 2011 – currently Invited Lecturer Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, USA
  • 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
  • 2012 – 2015 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.
  • 2005 – 2007 Postdoctoral studies. Research project: “Transitoriness in Cancer Patients” Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
  • 1997 – 2003 PhD in Nursing. Doctoral thesis: “The Omnipresence of Cancer“ The City University St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, Smithfield, London, Great Britain.
  • 1997 – 1998 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.
  • 1995 – 1997 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.
  • 1989 – 1993 Baccalaureat (Matura Type B), Latin. Alte Kantonsschule Aarau, Bahnhofstrasse, 5000 Aarau, Switzerland

Projets

  • 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 Coordinator: M. Zumstein-Shaha

  • Development of a national clinical pathway for colorectal cancer. Investigators: V. Meyer, E. Kraft, J. Nadig, J. Pfisterer, FMHWorking 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 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

  • 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 inSwitzerland. Investigators: B. Liebig, K. Bally, C. Gamondi, C. Mazzocato, E. Zemp Stutz. Consultant: M. Zumstein-Shaha. Funding 2017 – 2019: NRP74, Swiss National Fund, Switzerland

  • FINIMPE Facteurs influençant l’implémentation de nouvelles pratiques en psychiatrie de l’âge avancé. Investigators: S. Dzemaili, M. Turcotte, L. Berthoud, L. Marigo Kemken, C. Merçay, D. Ducraux, M. Zumstein-Shaha, C. Ortoleva Bucher. Funding HES-Fonds

  • Leiden als rechtlicher Begriff – Subjektivität, Objektivität und Güterabwägung im Gesundheitswesen. Investigators: M. Mona, P. Friedli, M. Zumstein-Shaha, M. S. Eggel, S. Camenzind, H. Landolt

Publications

  • Friedli, P., Mathwig, F., & Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2021). Alters- und Pflegeheime: Triage in der Pandemie. NovaCura, 52(5), 25-30.

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M., Monteverde, S. (2021). Alters- und Pflegeheime in der Covid-19-Pandemie Herausforderungen während und nach der Krise. NovaCura, 52, 3, 1-5.

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2020). Sinn finden als Ressource – Welche Aufgabe hat die Pflege? NovaCura, 51, 8, 13-16.

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2020). APN in der Grundversorgung: offene Fragen der Vergütung. Frequenz, 9, 17-18.

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2019). Patientensicherheit dank Reglementierung von APN. Frequenz, 3, 18-20.

  • 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. (2020). Dokumentation pflegerischer Spiritual Care. Erfahrungen und Anregungen aus pflegewissenschaftlicher Perspektive. In S. Peng-Keller, D. Neuhold, R. Kunz, & H.-P. Schmitt (Eds.), Dokumentation als seelsorgliche Aufgabe : Elektronische Patientendossiers im Kontext von Spiritual Care (S. 253-275). Zürich: Theologischer Verlag TVZ

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2020). Dokumentation pflegerischer Spiritual Care. Erfahrungen und Anregungen aus pflegewissenschaftlicher Perspektive. In S. Peng-Keller, D. Neuhold, R. Kunz, & H.-P. Schmitt (Eds.), Dokumentation als seelsorgliche Aufgabe : Elektronische Patientendossiers im Kontext von Spiritual Care (S. 253-275). Zürich: Theologischer Verlag TVZ

  • Zumstein-Shaha, M. (2019). Advanced Nursing Practice: Way to go? - How to progress in your speciality. In F. Charnay-Sonnek & A. E. Murphy (Eds.), Principle of nursing in oncology. New challenges. Berlin: Springer.

  • 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.

Affiliations

Distinctions

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.”

Travaux supervisés

  • 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

  • Annina Fröhlich Living with colorectal cancer. An interpretive description of the experience of longtime survivors. 2019

  • Edith Sextl Spirituality - Ressource for persons concerned and their family members during oncological rehab. An interpretive description. 2020

  • Seline Bürgi Needs of patients with urological cancer. Needs assessment for the introduction of an Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) in Uro-Oncology. 2020

  • Amélia Didier Patient perspectives on interprofessional collaboration between healthcare professionals during hospitalization 2019

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

  • Margarithe Schlunegger Nurse Practitioners in Swiss Primary Care.

Connaissances linguistiques et connaissances de pays

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