Prof. Dr. Monika Kirsch

Professorin für Angewandte Gesundheits- und Pflegewissenschaften

Erzbergerstraße 121, Raum B570.3

Wissenschaftliche Ausbildung

2010 ‑ 2014

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und Promotion

am Institut für Pflegewissenschaft, Universität Basel

2006 ‑ 2009

Studium der Pflegewissenschaft am Institut für Pflegewissenschaft,

Universität Basel

Berufliche Tätigkeiten

seit Januar 2022

Professorin für Angewandte Gesundheits- und Pflegewissenschaften, DHBW Karlsruhe

2021

Elternzeit

2015 ‑ 2021

Pflegeexpertin, Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) Schmerztherapie

Abteilung Schmerztherapie am Department für Anästhesiologie, Universitätsspital Basel

2010 ‑ 2015

Pflegeexpertin (APN) Hämatologie

Zellersatzambulatorium & Tagesklinik, Stammzelltransplantationszentrum,

Universitätsspital Basel

2005 ‑ 2010

Pflegefachfrau Innere Medizin/Onkologie und Isolierstation,

Stammzelltransplantationszentrum, Universitätsspital Basel

2003 ‑ 2004

Pflegefachfrau Chrischona Klinik, Bürgerspital Basel

2000 ‑ 2003

Ausbildung zur examinierten Krankenschwester

Krankenpflegeschule Kreiskrankenhaus Dormagen

Lehrgebiete

  • Pflegetheorie und Forschung
  • Erweiterte Pflegepraxis
  • Onkologische Pflege und Schmerztherapie
  • Pflegeassessment und -diagnostik

Forschungsgebiete

  • Patientenselbstmanagement
  • Symptommanagement
  • Praxisentwicklung in der Pflege

Veröffentlichungen

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  • 2021

  • Leuthold, Nicolas; Cattaneo, Marco; Halter, Joerg P.; Hügli, Claudia; Kirsch, Monika; Petropoulou, Anna; Erlanger, Tobias E.; Gerull, Sabine; Passweg, Jakob; O'Meara Stern; Alix (2021): Patient preferences for allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation: how much benefit is worthwhile from the patient's perspective?. In: Support Care Cancer 6 (Jun;29(6)), S. 3129-3135. DOI: 10.1007/s00520-020-05816-z
  • 2020

  • Emsden, Christian; Barandun Schäfer, Ursi; Denhaerynck, Kris; Grossmann, Florian; Frei, Irena Anna; Kirsch, Monika (2020): Validating a pain assessment tool in heterogeneous ICU patients: Is it possible?. In: Nursing in Critical Care 1 (25), S. 8-15. DOI: 10.1111/nicc.12469
  • Kiesewetter, I.; Pilge, S.; Kirsch, Monika; Emsden, Christian (2020): Zusammenfassung von zwei Studien zur Validierung des Critical Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) zur Beurteilung von Schmerzen bei nichtäußerungsfähigen Intensivpatienten. In: Anaesthesist 7 (69), S. 487-488. DOI: 10.1007/s00101-020-00799-2
  • 2019

  • Dobbels, Fabienne; Denhaerynck, Kris; Klem, Mary Lou; Sereika, Susan M.; Geest, Sabina de; Simone, Paolo de; B-SERIOUS consortium, Berben, Lut; Binet, Isabelle; Burkhalter, Hanna; Drent, Gerda; Duerinckx, Nathalie; Engberg, Sandra J.; Glass, Tracy; Gordon, Elisa; Kirsch, Monika; Kugler, Christiane; Lerret, Stacee; Rossmeissl, Anja; Russell, Cynthia; Schmidt-Trucksäss, Arno; Almeida, Samira Scalso de (2019): Correlates and outcomes of alcohol use after single solid organ transplantation: A systematic review and meta-analysis 1 (33), S. 17-28. DOI: 10.1016/j.trre.2018.09.003
  • 2018

  • Kirsch, Monika; Tichelli, André (2018) : Adhärenz bei Stammzelltransplantation In: Ayuk, Francis; Kröger, Nicolaus; Tichelli, André (Hg.): Langzeitnachsorge von Patienten nach allogener Blutstammzelltransplantation: Bremen: Uni-Med Verlag AG, S. 146-150

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  • Naegele, Matthias; Kirsch, Monika; Ihorst, Gabriele; Fierz, Katharina; Engelhardt, Monika; Geest, Sabina de (2018): Symptom experience of multiple myeloma (syMMex) patients treated with autologous stem cell transplantation following high-dose melphalan: a descriptive longitudinal study. In: Supportive Care in Cancer 3 (26), S. 833-841. DOI: 10.1007/s00520-017-3897-z
  • Senft, Yuliya; Kirsch, Monika; Denhaerynck Kris; Dobbels, Fabienne; Helmy Remon; Russell Cynthia L.; Berben Lut; Geest, Sabina de; BRIGHT study team (2018): Practice patterns to improve pre and post-transplant medication adherence in heart transplant centres: a secondary data analysis of the international BRIGHT study. In: European journal of cardiovascular nursing 17 (4), S. 356-367. DOI: 10.1177/1474515117747577

    DOI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29231747 

    Abstract: BACKGROUND As medication non-adherence is a major risk factor for poor post-transplant outcomes, we explored how adherence is assessed, enhanced and integrated across the transplant continuum. AIM The aim of this study was to study practice patterns regarding pre- and post-transplant medication adherence assessment and interventions in international heart transplant centres. METHODS We used data from the Building Research Initiative Group: chronic illness management and adherence in heart transplantation (BRIGHT) study, a cross-sectional study conducted in 36 heart transplant centres in 11 countries. On a 27-item questionnaire, 100 clinicians (range one to five per centre) reported their practice patterns regarding adherence assessment and intervention strategies pre-transplant, immediately post-transplant, less than one year, and one or more year post-transplant. Educational/cognitive, counselling/behavioural and psychosocial/affective strategies were assessed. Clinicians' responses (intervention present vs. absent; or incongruence in reporting intervention) were aggregated at the centre level. RESULTS The adherence assessment method most commonly used along the transplant continuum was questioning patients (range 75-88.9%). Pre-transplant, all three categories of intervention strategy were applied. Providing reading materials (82.9%) or instructions (68.6%), involving family or support persons in education (91.4%), and establishing partnership (91.4%) were used most frequently. Post-transplant, strategies closely resembled those employed pre-transplant. Training patients (during recovery) and cueing were more often applied during hospitalisation (74.3%). After the first year post-transplant, except for motivational interviewing (25.7-28.6%), the number of strategies decreased. CONCLUSIONS Across the transplant continuum, diverse adherence interventions are implemented; however, post-transplant, the frequency of adherence interventions decreases. Therefore, increased investment is necessary in long-term adherence interventions.

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  • 2017

  • Gerull, Sabine; Denhaerynck, Kris; Chalandon, Yves; Halter, Joerg P.; Kirsch, Monika; Kiss, Alexander; Schanz, Urs; Vu, Diem Lan; Geest, Sabina de; Passweg, Jakob (2017): Lack of association between relationship status and clinical outcome in allogeneic stem cell transplantation-the Swiss Transplant Cohort Study. In: Bone marrow transplantation 52 (12), S. 1686-1688. DOI: 10.1038/bmt.2017.204
  • Gresch, Barbara; Kirsch, Monika; Fierz, Katharina; Halter, Joerg P.; Nair, Gayathri; Denhaerynck Kris; Geest, Sabina de (2017): Medication nonadherence to immunosuppressants after adult allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation: a multicentre cross-sectional study. In: Bone marrow transplantation 52 (2), S. 304-306. DOI: 10.1038/bmt.2016.262
  • Valenta, Sabine; Geest, Sabina de; Fierz, Katharina; Beckmann, Sonja; Halter, Joerg P.; Schanz, Urs; Nair, Gayathri; Kirsch, Monika (2017): Perception of late effects among long-term survivors after haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Descriptive analysis and validation of the Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire. A sub-study of the PROVIVO study. In: Eur J Oncol Nurs, S. 17-27. DOI: 10.1016/j.ejon.2017.01.003