The purpose of the B. Braun-Stiftung is the promotion of learning and education, of science and research and of public healthcare in the field of human medicine. Therefore the B. Braun-Stiftung supports health care researchers and practitioners who conduct projects in a field of public healthcare. The results of this project should be transferable to the German health care system. Since 2008, the B. Braun-Foundation has financed one German scientist to participate in the Harkness Fellowship Program. For the B. Braun-Stiftung it is important that the results of the Harkness fellow’s research will have an impact on the German health care system.
B. Braun-Stiftung is working on establishing a network for German speaking fellows such as yearly meetings and an exclusive networking software for alumni.
The German Alumni group had their second annual alumni meeting on February 13th in Berlin. They listened to key note speakers Dr. Christof Veit, Director IQTIG – Institut für Qualitätssicherung u. Transparenz im Gesundheitswesen, Berlinand and Dr. Alexander Pimperl, Vice Chairman of the Board of OptiMedis AG, Hamburg and discussed topics regarding quality in the health care sector. Current fellow Dr. Cornelia Henschke, Duke-Robert J. Margolis, MD, Center for Health Policy, Durham, USA, gave an update on her project. All alumni met with Robin Osborn and Commonwealth Fund colleagues for dinner the night before.
Contact: Nicole Jacob M.A., Manager, B. Braun-Stiftung, Stadtwaldpark 2, 34212 Melsungen, Germany
Tel: +49 (0) 5661 71-1647
Fax: +49 (0) 5661 75-1647
Mobil: +49 (0) 151 67316324