Lisa Bach studied Applied Therapeutic Sciences (B.Sc., 2015-2017) at the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Cologne on a part-time basis after her exams as physiotherapist (2011).
After completing her bachelor’s degree, she worked as an honorary lecturer at the the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Cologne in addition to her work in physiotherapy. At the same time she studied Health and Nursing Education (M.A., 2017-2020) at the Medical School Hamburg, University of Applied Sciences. In her master’s thesis on health literacy, she analyzed communication processes of quality-controlled informational structures for healthcare issues on the Internet with regard to a consideration of the living and socio-cultural conditions of disadvantaged groups.
In June 2019, she changed to the Institute for Medical Sociology, Health Services Research and Rehabilitation Science at the University of Cologne, where she supported the Neo-CamCare and CoRe-Net projects as a student assistant. Since May 2020, Lisa Bach has been working as a research assistant in the coordination office of the BMBF-funded competence network CoRe-Net.