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Dr. med. Jennifer Klasen (MME)

Oberärztin Viszeralchirurgie

 

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2019 
Oberärztin Viszeralchirurgie
Clarunis Universitäres Bauchzentrum Basel
Standort Universitätsspital Basel

01/2019 -08/2019
Forschungsaufenthalt Educational and Qualitative Research,
CERI, Center of Education Research and Innovation,
Western University, London, Ontario, Kanada

Seit 2018
PhD candidate of Health Professions Education, Universität Maastricht

2016-2018
Master of Medical Education, Universität Bern

2014-2019
Oberärztin Klinik für Chirurgie
Spital Thurgau AG, Frauenfeld

2014
Facharztprüfung FMH Chirurgie

2011-2014
Assistenzärztin Viszerale Chirurgie und Medizin
Inselspital Bern

2009-2011
Assistenzärztin Klinik für Chirurgie
Spital Bülach

2002 -2009
Studium der Humanmedizin
Universität Leipzig

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publikationen
  • Klasen JM, Bingisser R, Meienberg A, Bogie B: Harnessing unique experiences to build competence: Medical student engagement in frontline care during the COVID-19 pandemic. 2021: Swiss medical weekly 15: w20480.
  • Klasen JM, Teunissen PW, Driessen EW, Lingard LA: ‘It depends’: The complexity of allowing residents to fail from the perspective of clinical supervisors. 2021: Medical teacher: 1–10. Zante B, Klasen JM: Learner-centered education: ICU residents’ expectations of teaching style and supervision level. 2021: BMC medical education 21: 411.
  • Klasen JM, Meienberg A, Bogie BJM: Medical student engagement during COVID-19: Lessons learned and areas for improvement. 2021: Medical education 55: 115–118.
  • Klasen JM, Peterson CJ, Fourie LL, Boldanova T, Terracciano LM, Holbro A, Kollmar O: Small crystals with severe consequences. 2021: Journal of surgical case reports 2021: jab135.
  • Klasen JM, Würth K, Kollmar O: ‘That’s okay for me.’ ‘But it’s not okay for me.’ Tension and balance between patient’s will and surgeon’s motivation. Patient education and counseling 104: 2179–2180.
  • Klasen JM, Lingard LA: The butterfly effect in clinical supervision. 2021: Perspectives on medical education 10: 145–147.
  • Schneider R, Kraljević M, Peterli R, Rohm TV, Klasen JM, Cavelti-Weder C, Delko T: GLP-1 Analogues as a Complementary Therapy in Patients after Metabolic Surgery: a Systematic Review and Qualitative Synthesis. Obes Surg. 2020 Sep; 30(9): 3561–3569
  • Peterson CJ, Klasen JM, Delko T, Schneider R: Mechanical colon obstruction due to the alimentary limb after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass: a case report. Accepted for publ. 2020 inJournal of Medical Case Reports
  • Klasen JM, Driessen E, Teunissen PW, Lingard LA. 'Whatever you cut, I can fix it': clinical supervisors' interview accounts of allowing trainee failure while guarding patient safety. BMJ Qual Saf 2019. PMID 31704890
  • Klasen JM and Lingard LA. Allowing failure for educational purposes in postgraduate clinical training: A narrative review. Med Teach 2019. PMID 31280625
  • Frick SE, Mueller MK, Klasen JM. Hands-on teaching and feedback: challenges in surgical workshops. Med Educ 2019. Among authors: Klasen JM. PMID 30907451
  • Klasen J, Hauswirth F. Hausarzt Praxis Rektumprolaps erkennen und behandeln. 06/2018.
  • Rohner A, Widmer JD, Klasen J, Scheiwiller A, Muller D, Muller MK. Surg Obes Relat Dis. Long-term outcomes of gastric band removalwithout additional bariatric surgery. 02/2017.
  • Klasen J, Güller U, Muff B, Candinas D, Seiler C, Fahrner R.Treatment options for spontaneous and postoperative sclerosing mesenteritis. World J Gastrointest Surg. 11/2016.
  • Muller MK, Wrann S, Widmer J, Klasen J, Weber M, Hahnloser D. Perforated Peptic Ulcer Repair: Factors Predicting Conversion in Laparoscopy andPostoperative Septic Complications. World J Surg. 09/2016.
  • Kaderli R, Klasen J, Businger A. Mentoring in general surgery in Switzerland. Med Educ Online. 03/2015.
  • Klasen J, Wenning A, Storni F, Angst E, Gloor B. Efficient and safe small-bowel adhesiolysis. Dig. Surgery. 11/2014.
  • Kurmann A, Wanner B, Martens F, Klasen J, Stickel F, Montani M, Candinas D, Beldi G. Hepatic steatosis is associated with surgicalsite infection after hepatic and colorectal surgery. Surgery. 07/2014.
  • Fahrner R, Malinka T, Klasen J, Candinas D, Beldi G. Additional surgical procedure is a risk factor for surgical site infections after laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Langenbecks Arch Surg. 06/2014.