Laura Mause

Laura Mause


Laura Mause studied Speech and Language Pathology (B. A., 2012-2015) and Health Services Research (M. Sc., 2016-2018) at the University of Cologne. Following her bachelor thesis concerning the effects of ageing on the productive reading ability, she worked as a speech and language pathologist in an interdisciplinary therapy centre specialised in neurologic disorders and tracheostomy tube management.

Subsequently, she worked as a student assistant at IMVR during her master studies and supported the establishment and coordination of the competence network CoRe-Net (funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research). In her master thesis she conducted a secondary data analysis regarding the use of mechanical thrombectomy in patients with ischemic stroke in Germany.

Since June 2019, Laura Mause has been working as a research associate at IMVR in the project Neo-CamCare which evaluates the use of webcams in neonatal intensive care units. At the same time, she is doing her doctorate on the topic of parents’ trust in medical staff in neonatal intensive care units from the perspective of health services research.

Since June 2020, she has also been part of the COVID-GAMS project, which is investigating the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the outpatient sector in Germany.

  • Quantitative Versorgungsforschung
  • Sekundärdatenanalyse
  • Mause, L., Reimer, A., Hoffmann, J., Dresbach, T., Horenkamp-Sonntag, D., Klein, M. & Scholten, N. (2022). Parental preference for webcams in neonatal intensive care units: an indicator of lacking trust? BMC Pediatrics, 22(1).
  • Hoffmann, J., Reimer, A., Mause, L., Müller, A., Neo-CamCare, Dresbach, T. & Scholten, N. (2022). Driving new technologies in hospitals: association of organizational and personal factors with the readiness of neonatal intensive care unit staff toward webcam implementation. BMC health services research, 22(1), 787.
  • Knörr, V., Dini, L., Gunkel, S., Hoffmann, J., Mause, L., Ohnhäuser, T., Stöcker, A. & Scholten, N. (2022). Use of telemedicine in the outpatient sector during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional survey of German physicians. BMC primary care, 23(1), 92.
  • Mause, L., Hoffmann, J., Ohnhäuser, T., Gunkel, S., Stöcker, A. & Scholten, N. (2022). Work climate in pandemic times: which burdens do German physicians in primary care report? Family practice, 39(1), 46–51.
  • Mause, L., Hoffmann, J., Reimer, A., Dresbach, T., Horenkamp-Sonntag, D., Klein, M. & Scholten, N. (2022). Response to the letter concerning our publication on parental trust and stress experience. Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992), 111(5), 1085–1086.
  • Mause, L., Hoffmann, J., Reimer, A., Dresbach, T., Horenkamp-Sonntag, D., Klein, M. & Scholten, N. (2022). Trust in medical professionals and its influence on the stress experience of parents of premature infants. Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992), 111(3), 527–535.
  • Scholten, N., Mause, L., Horenkamp-Sonntag, D., Klein, M. & Dresbach, T. (2022). Initiation of lactation and the provision of human milk to preterm infants in German neonatal intensive care units from the mothers’ perspective. BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 22(1), 158.
  • Reimer, A., Mause, L., Hoffmann, J., Mantell, P., Stümpel, J., Dresbach, T. & Scholten, N. (2021). Webcam use in German neonatological intensive care units: an interview study on parental expectations and experiences. BMC health services research, 21(1), 970.
  • Scholten, N., Bretthauer, S., Eilermann, K., Hagemeier, A., Hellmich, M., Hoffmann, J., Horenkamp-Sonntag, D., Jannes, C., Kuntz, L., Mantell, P., Mause, L., Müller, A., Reimer, A., Samel, C., Spiecker Genannt Döhmann, I., Wobbe-Ribinski, S., Woopen, C. & Dresbach, T. (2021). The effects of webcams on German neonatal intensive care units – study protocol of a randomised crossover trial (Neo-CamCare). BMC health services research, 21(1), 456.
  • Stöcker, A., Demirer, I., Gunkel, S., Hoffmann, J., Mause, L., Ohnhäuser, T. & Scholten, N. (2021). Stockpiled personal protective equipment and knowledge of pandemic plans as predictors of perceived pandemic preparedness among German general practitioners. PloS one, 16(8), e0255986.
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