Further Education

COPICOH conveys knowledge, insights and the current state of the art in the form of workshops and lectures on the topics of connected health. These are offered as part of further education and training. The offer is constantly expanding and we look forward to every inquiry.

Here are examples of some advanced and advanced training of the center.

Telemedicine News - Digitization of Practice Part I - Applications - Benefits - Limits

Date: Wednesday, 16.05.2018

Event: Seminar of the Medical Association Schleswig-Holstein


The media presence of the terms "telemedicine" and "eHealth" is growing steadily. But what exactly is behind these terms? Is it a matter of pure music of the future that is still being played far away from everyday life in private practice or is the digital future actually already right at the door of the practice?


With this first of two planned events, the basics are taught in order to participate actively in the discussion and to highlight the relevance for the practice.

In a second event, on November 10, 2018, telemedical applications will then be presented and applied in practice.


3:00 - 3:15 pm Welcome and introduction - Dr. Franz -Joseph Bartmann, President of the Medical Association SH, Prof. Dr. med. Jost Steinhäuser, UKSH Campus Lübeck

3:15 - 4:00 pm eHealth - Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Roland Trill

4:00 - 4:45 pm The "eHealth Law" and billing options - Timo Rickers, KVSH Bad Segeberg

4.45 - 5:00 pm break

5:00 - 5:45 pm Data protection requirements of telemedicine - Lars Gundermann, ULD Kiel

5:45 - 6:15 pm "Telemedicine in today's everyday work - reality and wishes" - small group work Dipl.-Psych. Alexander Waschkau, UKSH Lübeck Campus Raphael Allner, M. Sc., University of Lübeck

6:15 - 6:30 pm Presentation of the results from the small groups


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Telemedical applications in the family practice

Date: Friday, 22.09.2017

Event: German Society of General Medicine and Family Medicine (DEGAM) Congress 2017


A. Waschkau (University of Lübeck, Institute of General Medicine, UKSH, Campus Lübeck)

R. Allner (University of Lübeck, Institute of Telematics, Lübeck)

S. Fischer (University of Lübeck, Institute of Telematics, Lübeck)

J. Steinhäuser (University of Lübeck, Institute of General Medicine, UKSH, Campus Lübeck)


At the DEGAM Congress 2016, needs and risks of telemedical applications were developed in a workshop. The present workshop will build on this: family doctor teams find themselves in an ever-growing market for telemedicine applications. Some solutions can be expected to improve patient care, others are pure business models. Additional costs and additional time required for the practice are feared. This raises the question, what is currently technically conceivable and which applications are actually helpful in the primary care practice?

Target group

Family doctors, medical assistants, doctors in further education, students and scientists

Didactic method

After an input presentation on the current developments in the fields of telemedicine and eHealth, needs and barriers of telemedical applications were discussed and compiled in plenary session.


The aim of the workshop was to deepen the general practitioner perspective on this topic, to identify helpful developments in the ongoing "digital revolution" and to differentiate them from pure business models.


51 people participated, of which 61% were male and 39% were female, 61% were family doctors and 22% were students.

The results of this workshop were recorded in a publication which can be found here.