Mi-Ran Okumu studied sociology, political science and romance philology at the University of Münster (Magistra Artium). Subsequently, she worked in the field of international development cooperation and conducted various reasearch studies abroad, among others evaluations and participatory census surveys. Since 2021 she has been working as a research associate at the IMVR in the project Neo-Milk.
- Methods in empirical social research
- Neo-Milk – Breast milk databases: implementation and promotion of lactation in neonatal intensive care units
- eCoCo – Electronic patient record (EpR) and its effects on social aspects of interprofessional collaboration and clinical workflows in hospitals
- MAM-Care – Maternal involvement, centeredness, safety and care in obstretics
- Wurster, F., Fütterer, G., Beckmann, M., Dittmer, K., Jaschke, J., Köberlein-Neu, J., Okumu, M.‑R., Rusniok, C., Pfaff, H. & Karbach, U. (2022). The Analyzation of Change in Documentation due to the Introduction of Electronic Patient Records in Hospitals-A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Systems, 46(8), 54. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10916-022-01840-0