Dr. Iris Hochgraeber
Postdoc
Stockumer Str. 12
58453  Witten

iris.hochgraeber@dzne.de
 +49 2302 926-252

Research focus

  • Family carers and home-based care arrangements for people with dementia
  • Development of an ontology for a chatbot-based communication and service platform for supporting family carers of people with dementia who show agitation
  • Stability in home-based care of people with dementia
  • Qualitative research methods and mixed-methods approaches in health services research

Projects

  • eDEM-CONNECT: Development of a communication and service platform for family carers of people with dementia with behavioural problems 
  • SoCA​​​​​​​ - Stability of care arrangements for people living with dementia 
  • NisA-Dem – Low-threshold support services for families with dementia (finished)

Publications (selection)

journals

Köhler, K., Dreyer, J., Hochgraeber, I., Pinkert, C., & Holle, B. (2020). Gefährdet die Covid-19-Pandemie die Stabilität häuslicher Versorgung von pflegebedürftigen Menschen mit Demenz? – eine Reflektion. Pflegewissenschaft, Sonderausgabe: Die Corona-Pandemie, 87-89

Pinkert, C., Köhler, K., von Kutzleben, M., Hochgräber, I., Cavazzini, C., Völz, S., Palm, R., & Holle, B. (2019). Social inclusion of people with dementia – an integrative review of theoretical frameworks, methods and findings in empirical studies. Ageing and Society, 1-21

Dreyer, J., Köhler, K., Hochgraeber, I., Holle, B., & von Kutzleben, M. (2018). Stability of home-based care arrangements for people living with dementia: protocol of a meta-study on mixed research. BMJ Open, 8, e021156

Hochgraeber, I., von Kutzleben, M., Bartholomeyczik, S., & Holle, B. (2017). Low-threshold support services for people with dementia within the scope of respite care in Germany - A qualitative study on different stakeholders' perspective. Dementia (London), 16(5), 576-590.

Hochgraeber, I., von Kutzleben, M., Bartholomeyczik, S., & Holle, B. (2015). Low-threshold support services for people with dementia within the scope of respite care in Germany – A qualitative study on different stakeholders’ perspective. Dementia (London), OnlineFirst.

Hochgraeber, I., Dortmann, O., Bartholomeyczik, S., & Holle, B. (2014). Niedrigschwellige Betreuungsangebote für Menschen mit Demenz aus Sicht pflegender Angehöriger. Pflege, 27(1), 7-18.

books and chapters

Hochgraeber, I. (2014). Erfassung des Erlebens von Menschen mit Demenz durch DCM und Interviews. In Riesner, C. (Hrsg.), Dementia Care Mapping (DCM). Evaluation und Anwendung im deutschsprachigen Raum. Bern: Verlag Hans Huber.

oral presentations and posters

Köhler, K., Dreyer, J., Hochgraeber, I., & Holle, B. (2019). Stability of home-based care arrangements for people living with dementia: A midrange theory developed from a meta-study on mixed research. Paper presented at the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress 2019 (IAGG-ER 2019), Gothenburg, Sweden.

Hochgraeber, I., Dreyer, J., Köhler, K., & Holle, B. (2019). Stability of home-based care arrangements: A conceptual model in the context of the German health care system. Paper presented at the 29th Alzheimer Europe Conference, The Hague, Netherlands.

Hochgraeber, I. (2019). Herausforderungen häuslicher Pflegearrangements für Menschen mit Demenz und deren Angehörige. Paper presented at the 4. Fachttag des Kompetenzzentrum Demenz für das Land Brandenburg, Potsdam, Deutschland.

Dreyer, J., Köhler, K., Hochgraeber, I., & Holle, B. (2019). Die Theorie der Stabilität häuslicher Versorgungsarrangements für Menschen mit Demenz im Spiegel von Typen versorgender Angehöriger. Paper presented at the 18. Deutsche Kongress für Versorgungsforschung, Berlin, Deutschland.

Dreyer, J., Köhler, K., Hochgraeber, I., & Holle, B. (2019). Balancing stability of home - based care arrangements for people living with dementia - A conceptual model at the intersection of medicine, psychology and social science. Paper presented at the Blurring Boundaries – Rethinking Gender and Care, Ausgburg, Germany.

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