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Pauline Kleinitz

Pauline Kleinitz

Arbeitsbereiche

Early Stage Researcher at the IBE - Chair for Public Health and Health Services Research

Kontakt

Institute for Medical Information Processing, Biometry and Epidemiology - IBE
Chair for Public Health and Health Services Research
Research Unit for Biopsychosocial Health
Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) Munich
Marchioninistraße 17
81377 Munich, Germany


Research Interest

The objective of my PhD is to develop a Situation Assessment Tool of Rehabilitation Systems for low and middle income countries. The study will analyse health system situation assessment tools, develop a tool specific to rehabilitation and pilot this in low and middle income countries. The tool is being developed in collaboration with the World Health Organisation.

Supervisor

Dr Carla Sabariego

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

2003-2006Master of Social Science (International Development)RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia;
1989-1992Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) LA Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia;

WORK EXPERIENCE

2011-2015Technical Lead, Disability and Rehabilitation Unit WHO, Western Pacific Regional Office, Manila,
Philippines;
2009-2011Senior Capacity Development Officer CBM-Nossal Partnership, CBM Australia and Nossal
Institute forGlobal Health, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia;
2007-2009Disability Inclusive Development Advocacy and Training Officer CBM Australia, 56 Rutland Road,
Box Hill, Melbourne, Australia;
2003-2006Team Leader, Early Childhood Intervention Program Broad Insight Group, Broadmeadows,
Victoria, Australia;
1993-2002 Multiple positions in physiotherapy and programme management within Australia, Malawi and
the United Kingdom.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Benigno, M, Kleinitz, P, Calina et al (2015), Responding to the health and rehabilitation needs of people with disabilities post-Haiyan, Western Pacific Surveillance and Response Journal, Volume 6, 2015.

Other Publications

Kleinitz, P, Walji F, et al (2011), Barriers and Facilitators to Health Services for People with Disability in Cambodia. Melbourne University.

Kleinitz, P, Ormsby, G (2010), Disability Inclusive Approaches to Eye Health, a Practice Guide. CBM Australia.

Kleinitz, P (2006), New pathways to understanding the true costs of disability in developing countries, RMIT University.

Symes, L, Kleinitz, P & Shears, B (2006), Challenges and Choices; A Handbook for Implementing Change in Early Childhood Intervention Services, ISBN 0-646-45860-4.