Topics

Each partner institution of the SLHS is working on a specific topic that will lead to Policy Briefs and Stakeholder Dialogues. The listed topics have been selected by means of a prioritization process taking into account their scientific and policy relevance.

Discrimination in case of impotence

How can discrimination against people with disabilities in the law of the Roman Catholic Church be eliminated?

Stakeholder(s):

Canon law experts, lawyers, social workers

SLHS Lead: Center for Comparative Constitutional Law and Religion (ZRV), University of Lucerne
Policy Brief: Diskriminierung bei Impotenz: Wie kann die Diskriminierung von Menschen mit einer Behinderung in einem Gesetz der römisch-katholischen Kirche eliminiert werden? (coming soon)
Abstract Diskriminierung bei Impotenz: Wie kann die Diskriminierung von Menschen mit einer Behinderung in einem Gesetz der römisch-katholischen Kirche eliminiert werden? (Download PDF coming soon)

Advanced practice nurses in general practice

How can the use of advanced practice nurses be promoted in new models of primary care? (available only in german)

Stakeholder(s):

Representatives from practice, education, health insurances and policy

SLHS Lead: University of Lucerne, SUPSI and IHAM CC Lucerne
Policy Brief: Wie kann der Einsatz von Pflegeexpertinnen APN in neuen Modellen der medizinischen Grundversorgung gefördert werden? (available soon in German)
Abstract Wie kann der Einsatz von Pflegeexpertinnen APN in neuen Modellen der medizinischen Grundversorgung gefördert werden? (available soon in English, German, French and Italian)

Strengthening Social Participation of Socially Disadvantaged Older Adults in Switzerland

Social isolation and loneliness in the elderly have a number of negative health consequences and are particularly harsh for the socially disadvantaged. Strengthening social participation of socially disadvantaged older people can contribute to reducing social isolation and loneliness and the associated health inequalities in this group. This learning cycle approaches the challenge of increasing social participation among the socially disadvantaged elderly by providing evidence-based insights on i) improved methods of outreach, ii) the inclusion of target groups in the planning and implementation of programs, and iii) improved program evaluation considering socially disadvantaged groups.

Stakeholder(s): Health Promotion Switzerland, Program Leaders
SLHS lead: University of Lucerne
Policy brief: Strengthening social participation of socially disadvantaged older people in Switzerland (Download PDF)
Stakeholder dialogue summary: Available only in German (Download PDF)
Abstract: Strengthening social participation of socially disadvantaged older people in Switzerland - available only in German (Download PDF)

Hospital Pastoral Care and Privacy

Hospital Pastoral Care and Privacy - How can the cooperation of pastoral care in hospitals in the canton of Zurich be ensured with regard to the requirements for patient data protection?

SLHS lead: Center for Comparative Constitutional Law and Religion, University of Lucerne
Policy brief:

Hospital Pastoral Care and Privacy - How can the cooperation of pastoral care in hospitals in the canton of Zurich be ensured with regard to the requirements for patient data protection? - available only in German (Download PDF)

Stakeholder dialogue summary:

Available only in German (Download PDF)

Abstract:

Hospital Pastoral Care and Privacy - How can the cooperation of pastoral care in hospitals in the canton of Zurich be ensured with regard to the requirements for patient data protection? - available only in German (Download PDF)

Additional Information:

Summary of the stakeholder dialogue in the annual report 2018 of the hospital health care chaplaincy - available only in German (Download PDF)

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