Tobias Stacke
Research Associate
Stockumer Str. 12
58453 Witten

tobias-ingo.stacke@dzne.de
 +49 2302 926-227

Research focus

  • Culture-sensitive translation of survey instruments (according to the criteria of the "International Society of Pharmaeconomics and Outcome Research", ISPOR)
  • Systematic and individual recording of preferences of persons in need of care
  • Participation in the research of preferences of persons in need of care within a de-bureaucratized care documentation process

Projects

  • PELI - Prelimnary Study: Systematic recording of the documented preferences in the systematic information collection within the maintenance documentation
  • PELI-D: Preferences for Everyday Living Inventory of the Elderly (PELI-D); (a) culture-sensitive translation, (b) piloting (emipircal approach); (c) appraisal

Publikationen (Auswahl)

journals

books and chapters

oral presentations and posters

oral presentations and posters

Stacke, T., & Bergmann, J. (2018). "How important is it to you?" - Preferences of people in need of care. The translation and cultural adaption of the "Preferences of Everyday Living Inventory" (PELI). Oral Presentation. Presented at the 17th European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science (EDCNS). Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Stacke, T. (2018). Preferences of Everyday Living Inventory (PELI), Translation and Piloting in Germany (PELI-D). Poster Presentation. Presented at the Programmorientierte Förderung (POF). Bonn, Germany.

Stacke, T., Purwins, D., Bergmann, J., Roes, M.(2018): Preferences for Everyday Living Inventory – Deutsche Übersetzung. 9. Jahrestagung, DZNE e.V. – Standort Witten. Thema: Beziehungsweise(n)… Demenz: Pflege und Forschung im Wandel. Workshop 1 (Leitung: Tobias Stacke; Daniel Purwins). ). Private Universität Witten Herdecke gGmbH. Witten, den 02.10.2018.

Roes, M.; Stacke, T.; Bergmann, J.; Purwins, D. (2018): Difficulties Within the Culturally Sensitive Translation of the PELI. In: Symposium: Implementation Barriers to Honoring Older Adult Preferences For Care And Everyday Living. GSA 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, den 14.11.2018.    

Info-Hotline

Thursdays 1:30-4:30 pm

Patients +49 800-7799001

(free of charge)

Professionals +49 180-779900

(9 Cent/Min. German landline, mobile and out of Germany possibly more expensive)

Inform yourself on our website cookie-free. However, we would be pleased if you would allow us to use statistical cookies. Your browser settings regarding cookies are currently as follows:
More information can be found in our Privacy policy.