Marina Hoffmann has a master’s degree in psychology. She joined admedicum in June 2018. Beyond managing projects related to patient engagement and access, she has a deep understanding of patient communication and translating patient needs into relevant concepts and services.
- Marina has more than 5 years of professional experience in the healthcare sector:
- Marina completed training in patient-centered counseling at Cologne University institute for the development of personal and interpersonal skills (INeKO)
- Further experience with patient communication due to past work with psychiatric patients
- During her studies, she worked at research institutes related to psychological and healthcare research as the German Research Center for Educational Psychology (DIPF) and the Scientific Institute of resident hematologists and oncologists (WINHO)
Marina completed her bachelor’s degree at the University in Frankfurt with a focus on qualitative and quantitative research as well as clinical psychology during her master’s studies at the University of Cologne.
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