People & Competencies

Dr.phil. Janine Vetsch

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Dr.phil. Janine Vetsch
Institut IPW-FHS
Projektleiterin

+41 71 226 15 28
janine.vetsch@fhsg.ch

Ausbildung

  • 2013-2017: PhD (Dr. phil.) Universität Luzern, Departement für Gesundheitswissenschaften und Gesundheitspolitik, Schweiz
  • 2013-2017: Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) Program Certificate: Epidemiology, Social Sciences and Behavioural Science, Health System Research
  • 2010-2012: Master of Biomedical Science (MSc) Universität Bern, Schweiz
  • 2007-2010: Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BSc) Universität Fribourg, Schweiz
  • 2007: Matura, Kantonsschule am Burggraben, St.Gallen, Schweiz

Berufserfahrung

  • Seit September 2019: Projektleiterin, FHS St. Gallen, Fachbereich Gesundheit, Institut für Angewandte Pflegewissenschaften IPW-FHS, Schweiz
  • 2017-2019: Postdoc, UNSW Sydney, School of Women’s and Children’s Health, Sydney, Australien
  • 2013-2017: Doktorandin und Assistentin, Universität Luzern, Departement Gesundheitswissenschaften und -politik, Schweiz
  • 2012-2013: Regulatory Affairs Praktikantin/Koordinatorin, Novartis Pharma Schweiz AG, Department Market Access, Bern, Schweiz 

Evidence-based healthcare
Public health
Kinderkrebs
Psychosoziale Folgen von chronischen Krankheiten

Betreuung von Bachelorstudenten
Betreuung von Masterstudenten
Betreuung von Doktoranden

swissEBN
FIT-Nursing Care

Ausgewählte Publikationen (peer-reviewed):

  • Michel G,* Mulder RL,* van der Pal HJH, Skinner R, Bárdi E, Brown MC, Vetsch J, Frey E, Windsor R, Kremer LCM,** Levitt G ** Evidence-based recommendations for the organisation of long-term follow-up care for childhood and adolescent cancer survivors: A report from the PanCareSurFup Guidelines Working Group, accepted by Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 20th July 2019
  • Vetsch J, Wakefield CE, Tucker K, McCarthy M, Signorelli C, Walwyn T, Alvaro F, Cohn RJ Genetics-related service and information needs of childhood cancer survivors and parents: A mixed methods study, accepted by European Journal of Human Genetics, 16th July 2019 
  • Vetsch J, Wakefield CE, Techakesari P, Warby M, Ziegler D, O’Brien T, Drinkwater C, Neeman N, Tucker K Health care professionals’ attitudes toward cancer precision medicine: A systematic review, Accepted by Seminars in Oncology, 22nd May 2019
  • McGill, B.C., Wakefield, C.E., Vetsch, J., Lim, Q., Warby, M., Metcalfe, A., Byrne, J.A., Cohn, R.J., Tucker, K.M. “I remember how I felt, but I don’t remember the gene”: Families’ experiences of cancer-related genetic testing in childhood. Accepted by Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 5th April 2019
  • Vetsch J, Wakefield CE, Doolan EL, Signorelli C., McGill BM, Moore L, Techakesari P, Pieters R, Patenaude, AF, McCarthy M, Cohn RJ on behalf of the ANZCHOG Survivorship Study Group * ‘Why us?’ Causal attributions of childhood cancer survivors, survivors’ parents and community controls - A mixed methods analysis, accepted by Acta Oncologica 1st October 2018
  • Vetsch J, Wakefield CE, McGill BC, Cohn RJ, Ellis SJ, Stefanic N, Sawyer SM, Zebrack B, Sansom-Daly UM (2018). Educational and vocational goal disruption in adolescent and young adult cancer survivors, Psycho-Oncology, 27(2), 532-538. doi: 10.1002/pon.4525
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