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Dr. Annalena Welp

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

  • Tel. +49 421 378266-732    
  • E-Mail: annalena.welp(at)apollon-hochschule(dot)de

Akademische Ausbildung

Jahr  
09/2012 – 09/2017 Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS): Hochschuldidaktik und Technologie in der Lehre, Universität Fribourg, Schweiz
01/2012 – 11/2015 Promotion in Psychologie, Universität Fribourg, Schweiz, Thesis: Teamwork, clinician well-being & patient safety in Hospital Care: An integrative approach towards a better understanding of interrelations and causal dependencies
08/2010 – 07/2011 Master of Science in Work & Organisational Psychology, Universiteit van Tilburg, Niederlande
10/2007 – 07/2010 Bachelor of Science in Psychologie, Universität zu Köln
10/2002 – 02/2006 Studium der Medizin, Universität zu Köln
   

Beruflicher Werdegang

Jahr  
Seit 01/2019 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, im Dekanat der APOLLON Hochschule der Gesundheitswirtschaft, Fachbereich Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung, Bremen
02/2017 – 08/2018 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Sydney Business School, Sydney, Australien
10/2015 – 12/2015 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Institut für Patientensicherheit, Universitätsklinikum Bonn
01/2015 – 04/2015 Gastforscherin, University of Technology, Sydney, Australien
01/2012 – 09/2015 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Universität Fribourg, Schweiz

Studentische Nebentätigkeiten

Jahr  
11/2009 – 02/2010 Tutorin für Biopsychologie, Universität zu Köln
05/2009 – 06/2010 Mitarbeiterin der Geißbockakademie, 1. FC Köln
05/2007 – 12/2009 Co-Büroleitung, Acamar GmbH, Hürth
08/2002 – 04/2004 Pflegehilfe, Krankenhaus der Augustinerinnen, Köln

Projekte & Peer-Funktionen

Jahr  
2016 – 2018 Is your team engaged with their work - or just working? The role of team work engagement within teamwork and its relationship with occupational well-being and performance; gefördert durch den Schweizer Nationalfonds (SNF).
2015 Professional development, reflective practice and quality of care in nursing. Mobilitätsstipendium gefördert durch den Schweizer Nationalfonds (SNF).
  Reviewer für BMC Health Services Research, BMJ Open, Frontiers in Psychology, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology

Publikationen

Zeitschriftenbeiträge

  • Welp, A., Rothen, H. U., & Massarotto, P., & Manster, T. (im Druck). Teamwork and clinician burnout in intensive care: The predictive role of workload, and demographic and unit characteristics. Swiss Medical Weekly.
  • Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., & Perry, L. (2018). The importance of reflecting on practice: How personal professional development activities affect perceived teamwork and performance. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27, 3988-3999.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2016). Integrating teamwork, clinician occupational well-being and patient safety – development of a conceptual framework based on a systematic review. BMC Health Services Research, 16, 1-44.
  • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2016). The interplay between teamwork, clinicians’ emotional exhaustion, and clinician-rated patient safety: a longitudinal study. Critical Care, 20, 1- 10.
  • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2015). Emotional exhaustion and workload predict clinician-rated and objective patient safety. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1573.

Buchkapitel

  • Wang, K., Welp, A., Nguyen, H., & Ng, J. L. (im Druck). Fostering compassion in healthcare: a multi-level perspective. In Lansbury, R., Van Den Broek, D., & Johnson, A. (Eds.) Contemporary Issues in Work and Organisations: An Integrated Approach. London: Routledge.
  • Schmutz, J., Welp, A. & Kolbe, M. Teamwork in healthcare organizations (2016). In Örtenblad, A., Abrahamson Löfström, C., & Sheaff, R. (Eds.) Management Strategies for Health Care Organizations: Adopt, Abandon, or Adapt? London: Routledge.

Kongressbeiträge

  • Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., & Wang, K. (2018). Positive team processes – the role of team work engagement in fostering learning and knowledge sharing. WellMed – 3rd International Meeting on Wellbeing and Performance in Clinical Practice. Pieria, Greece.
  • Welp, A., Wang, K., Johnson, A., & Nguyen, H. (2017). Team work engagement buffers the negative effect of work demands on performance. Australian Psychology Society’s 12th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference. Sydney, Australia.
  • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2016). Emotional exhaustion: outcome or antecedent of teamwork and patient safety? WellMed – 2nd International Meeting on Wellbeing and Performance in Clinical Practice, Chalkidiki, Greece.
  • Perry, L., Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., Murray, S., & Yu, N. (2016). Enhancing teamwork and quality of care through personal professional development activities: the mediating role of reflective thinking. Royal College of Nursing Publications. Edinburgh, UK.
  • Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., Murray, S., Yu, N., & Perry, L. (2016). Enhancing teamwork and quality of care through personal professional development activities: the mediating role of reflective thinking. 12th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Athens, Greece.
  • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2016). Am I safe here as a patient? The impact of teamwork and clinician burnout on patient safety. 12th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Athens, Greece.
  • Welp, A., Meier, L. & Manser, T. (2015). Teamwork is the connecting factor between clinician burnout and patient safety – a longitudinal study. 9th International Meeting on Behavioural Sciences Applied to Surgery and Acute Care Settings (BSAS), Bonn, Germany.
  • Welp, A., Meier, L. & Manser, T (2015). Integrating teamwork, clinician well-being, and patient safety. 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Las Vegas, USA.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2015). Relationships between teamwork, clinician burnout and patient safety – a longitudinal study. 17th Conference of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), Oslo, Norway.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Relationships between burnout, individual and unit factors, and patient safety in intensive care. 31st Conference of the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQUA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Differences in teamwork, clinician well-being and patient safety in Swiss intensive care units. Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society for Intensive Care Medicine (SGI), Interlaken, Switzerland.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Teamwork in health care and patient safety: the mediating role of clinician burnout. International Commission of Occupational Health - Work and Psychosocial Factors (ICOH WOPS), Adelaide, Australia.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Teamwork in health care: relationships with work stress and patient safety. 28th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS), Innsbruck, Austria.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Patientensicherheit & Arbeitsstress: Zusammenhänge mit Teamarbeit auf Schweizer Intensivstationen. 6e Congrès Santé dans le Monde du Travail, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Relationships between teamwork, clinician well-being and patient safety – what and who is the ‘team’? 1st International meeting on wellbeing and performance in clinical practice (WellMed), Alexandropoulis, Greece.
  • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Teamwork, clinician well-being and patient safety – a call for an integrative approach. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care, Chicago, USA.
  • Welp, A. & Poortvliet, P. M. (2011). Mastery Goals and their Relationship with Occupational Stress: Mediation by Job Demands, Job Satisfaction & Job Performance. Dutch Society of Work and Organisational Psychology Researchers (WAOP), Tilburg, The Netherlands. 
  • Akademische Ausbildung
    Jahr  
    09/2012 – 09/2017 Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS): Hochschuldidaktik und Technologie in der Lehre, Universität Fribourg, Schweiz
    01/2012 – 11/2015 Promotion in Psychologie, Universität Fribourg, Schweiz, Thesis: Teamwork, clinician well-being & patient safety in Hospital Care: An integrative approach towards a better understanding of interrelations and causal dependencies
    08/2010 – 07/2011 Master of Science in Work & Organisational Psychology, Universiteit van Tilburg, Niederlande
    10/2007 – 07/2010 Bachelor of Science in Psychologie, Universität zu Köln
    10/2002 – 02/2006 Studium der Medizin, Universität zu Köln
       
  • Beruflicher Werdegang
    Jahr  
    Seit 01/2019 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, im Dekanat der APOLLON Hochschule der Gesundheitswirtschaft, Fachbereich Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung, Bremen
    02/2017 – 08/2018 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Sydney Business School, Sydney, Australien
    10/2015 – 12/2015 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Institut für Patientensicherheit, Universitätsklinikum Bonn
    01/2015 – 04/2015 Gastforscherin, University of Technology, Sydney, Australien
    01/2012 – 09/2015 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Universität Fribourg, Schweiz
  • Studentische Nebentätigkeiten
    Jahr  
    11/2009 – 02/2010 Tutorin für Biopsychologie, Universität zu Köln
    05/2009 – 06/2010 Mitarbeiterin der Geißbockakademie, 1. FC Köln
    05/2007 – 12/2009 Co-Büroleitung, Acamar GmbH, Hürth
    08/2002 – 04/2004 Pflegehilfe, Krankenhaus der Augustinerinnen, Köln
  • Projekte & Peer-Funktionen
    Jahr  
    2016 – 2018 Is your team engaged with their work - or just working? The role of team work engagement within teamwork and its relationship with occupational well-being and performance; gefördert durch den Schweizer Nationalfonds (SNF).
    2015 Professional development, reflective practice and quality of care in nursing. Mobilitätsstipendium gefördert durch den Schweizer Nationalfonds (SNF).
      Reviewer für BMC Health Services Research, BMJ Open, Frontiers in Psychology, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
  • Publikationen

    Zeitschriftenbeiträge

    • Welp, A., Rothen, H. U., & Massarotto, P., & Manster, T. (im Druck). Teamwork and clinician burnout in intensive care: The predictive role of workload, and demographic and unit characteristics. Swiss Medical Weekly.
    • Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., & Perry, L. (2018). The importance of reflecting on practice: How personal professional development activities affect perceived teamwork and performance. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27, 3988-3999.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2016). Integrating teamwork, clinician occupational well-being and patient safety – development of a conceptual framework based on a systematic review. BMC Health Services Research, 16, 1-44.
    • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2016). The interplay between teamwork, clinicians’ emotional exhaustion, and clinician-rated patient safety: a longitudinal study. Critical Care, 20, 1- 10.
    • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2015). Emotional exhaustion and workload predict clinician-rated and objective patient safety. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1573.

    Buchkapitel

    • Wang, K., Welp, A., Nguyen, H., & Ng, J. L. (im Druck). Fostering compassion in healthcare: a multi-level perspective. In Lansbury, R., Van Den Broek, D., & Johnson, A. (Eds.) Contemporary Issues in Work and Organisations: An Integrated Approach. London: Routledge.
    • Schmutz, J., Welp, A. & Kolbe, M. Teamwork in healthcare organizations (2016). In Örtenblad, A., Abrahamson Löfström, C., & Sheaff, R. (Eds.) Management Strategies for Health Care Organizations: Adopt, Abandon, or Adapt? London: Routledge.

    Kongressbeiträge

    • Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., & Wang, K. (2018). Positive team processes – the role of team work engagement in fostering learning and knowledge sharing. WellMed – 3rd International Meeting on Wellbeing and Performance in Clinical Practice. Pieria, Greece.
    • Welp, A., Wang, K., Johnson, A., & Nguyen, H. (2017). Team work engagement buffers the negative effect of work demands on performance. Australian Psychology Society’s 12th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference. Sydney, Australia.
    • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2016). Emotional exhaustion: outcome or antecedent of teamwork and patient safety? WellMed – 2nd International Meeting on Wellbeing and Performance in Clinical Practice, Chalkidiki, Greece.
    • Perry, L., Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., Murray, S., & Yu, N. (2016). Enhancing teamwork and quality of care through personal professional development activities: the mediating role of reflective thinking. Royal College of Nursing Publications. Edinburgh, UK.
    • Welp, A., Johnson, A., Nguyen, H., Murray, S., Yu, N., & Perry, L. (2016). Enhancing teamwork and quality of care through personal professional development activities: the mediating role of reflective thinking. 12th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Athens, Greece.
    • Welp, A., Meier, L., & Manser, T. (2016). Am I safe here as a patient? The impact of teamwork and clinician burnout on patient safety. 12th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Athens, Greece.
    • Welp, A., Meier, L. & Manser, T. (2015). Teamwork is the connecting factor between clinician burnout and patient safety – a longitudinal study. 9th International Meeting on Behavioural Sciences Applied to Surgery and Acute Care Settings (BSAS), Bonn, Germany.
    • Welp, A., Meier, L. & Manser, T (2015). Integrating teamwork, clinician well-being, and patient safety. 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Las Vegas, USA.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2015). Relationships between teamwork, clinician burnout and patient safety – a longitudinal study. 17th Conference of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), Oslo, Norway.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Relationships between burnout, individual and unit factors, and patient safety in intensive care. 31st Conference of the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQUA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Differences in teamwork, clinician well-being and patient safety in Swiss intensive care units. Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society for Intensive Care Medicine (SGI), Interlaken, Switzerland.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Teamwork in health care and patient safety: the mediating role of clinician burnout. International Commission of Occupational Health - Work and Psychosocial Factors (ICOH WOPS), Adelaide, Australia.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Teamwork in health care: relationships with work stress and patient safety. 28th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS), Innsbruck, Austria.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Patientensicherheit & Arbeitsstress: Zusammenhänge mit Teamarbeit auf Schweizer Intensivstationen. 6e Congrès Santé dans le Monde du Travail, Lausanne, Switzerland.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Relationships between teamwork, clinician well-being and patient safety – what and who is the ‘team’? 1st International meeting on wellbeing and performance in clinical practice (WellMed), Alexandropoulis, Greece.
    • Welp, A. & Manser, T. (2014). Teamwork, clinician well-being and patient safety – a call for an integrative approach. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care, Chicago, USA.
    • Welp, A. & Poortvliet, P. M. (2011). Mastery Goals and their Relationship with Occupational Stress: Mediation by Job Demands, Job Satisfaction & Job Performance. Dutch Society of Work and Organisational Psychology Researchers (WAOP), Tilburg, The Netherlands. 
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