Health and Social Care

This research focus concentrates on the first level of social and medical support: primary care. Its goal is to provide recipients with assistance in maintaining or bringing about personal physical, social and mental well-being. To this end, researchers from this focus area look at tools designed to empower local or social communities to build up and make use of their own resources.

FH-Prof. DSA Mag. (FH) Dr.PhDr. Christoph Redelsteiner MSc

Key Focus Coordinator

 

Working together with emergency control centres, social workers can support patients who are in need of primary psychosocial care. Social workers at primary care centres are involved in planning bio-psychosocial assistance, in close consultation with doctors.

Key Focus Coordinator

  • Academic Director Social Work (MA)
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/676/847 228 556

People

  • Teaching and Research Assistant Ilse Arlt Institute for Social Inclusion Research
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/676/847 228 559
  • Lecturer
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/676/847 228 527
  • Lecturer
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/2742/313 228 512
  • Head of Research Institute
    Ilse Arlt Institute for Social Inclusion Research
  • Lecturer
  • Deputy Academic Director Social Work (MA)
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/676/847 228 555
  • Lecturer
  • Deputy Academic Director Social Work (BA)
  • Course Leader Short courses for social work practitioners
  • Course Leader Social Work with Asylum Seekers and Convention Refugees
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/676/847 228 520
  • Lecturer
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/2742/313 228 524
  • Lecturer
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/676/847 228 526
  • Junior Researcher Ilse Arlt Institute for Social Inclusion Research
  • Department of Social Sciences
P: +43/676/847 228 552

Projects

Intergenerational assisted living

Examining the need for support services for an intergenerational housing project.

Frühe Hilfen

Im Rahmen dieses Projekts wird eine Feldanalyse in Niederösterreich durchgeführt, die zur Einschätzung der Potenziale für Frühe Hilfen in allen Bundesländern sowie auf Bundesebene dient.