Dr. Marie-Therese Schultes

Universitaetsstrasse 7 (NIG)

1010 Vienna

Room: B0608


Research Interests

Implementation of evidence-based interventions, competencies for implementation research and practice, evaluation research, mixed methods, mediation and conflict Management



Marie-Therese Schultes finished her PhD in psychology at the University of Vienna in 2015. In her thesis, she studied the conceptualization and evaluation of implementation processes in middle and higher education. She has worked as a researcher at the Department of Applied Psychology: Work, Education, Economy as well as at the Department of Evidence-based Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology at the Danube-University Krems and the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina. Marie-Therese Schultes has led and collaborated in numerous research projects in education and public health. At the moment, she conducts the project "How to support implementation science in German speaking countries - Promote ImpSci". She is a lecturer at the schools of psychology and law of the University of Vienna and at the University of Applied Sciences Wr. Neustadt. Furthermore, she works as an evaluator and trainer in the health-, education- and social work-context.


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