Theresa Thoma-Lürken awarded UM Valorisation Prize 2019
Theresa Thoma-Lürken, postdoctoral researcher within the research line Ageing and Long-Term Care, was awarded the UM Valorisation Prize 2019 for the quality of her valorisation chapter in her dissertation.
Her thesis describes the user-centered development, efficacy and added value of a decision support App for formal caregivers (district nurses and case managers) in community-based dementia care.
Theresa succesfully defended her dissertation in 2018.
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