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Florian Karl

Florian Karl

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Early Stage Researcher at the Helmholtz Zentrum München (GmbH) - Institute of Health Economics and Health Care Management (IGM)

Kontakt

Helmholtz Zentrum München
Institute of Health Economics and Health Care Management
Ingolstädter Landstraße 1
85764 Neuherberg

Raum: 112 (Building 56)
Telefon: +49(0)89-3187-4160

Research Interest

My research interest is in behavioural economics (BE) and its application on health behaviour. BE provides one new and promising way to explain irrational human decision making, where the neoclassical model of consumer behaviour fails. Thus, BE reveals a chance to better understand the mechanisms underlying the self-management of patients with diabetes and eventually helps to improve lifestyle interventions and health policy in the field of diabetes prevention and care but insights might also be valuable in other areas of our health system. Therefore, I analyse existing and future information within the KORA ("Kooperative Gesundheitsforschung in der Region Augsburg") study and develop new tools for the assessment of BE in health decision making.

Supervisor

Prof. Rolf Holle

Curriculum Vitae

2011 - 2014 Bachelor of Science in Scientific Basics of Sports, Technical University Munich, Munich;
2014 - 2016 Master of Public Health, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU), Munich
2015Graduate Research Assistant at BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, University of British
  Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
2016 - presentPhD Student at PhD Medical Research –Epidemiology & Public Health

Publications

Karl, F. M., Holle, R., Bals, R., Greulich, T., Jörres, R., Karch, A., Karrasch, S., Leidl, R, Schulz, H., Vogelmeier, C., Wacker, M. E. for the COSYCONET Study Group. (2017) Costs and health-related quality of life in Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficient COPD Patients. Respiratory Research, 18(1), 60.


Karl, F. M., Smith, J., Piedt, S., Turcotte, K., Pike, I. (2017) Applying the Health Action Process Approach to bicycle helmet use and evaluating a social marketing campaign. Injury Prevention, accepted.