Dr. Sandra Barteit, M.A.
Research Lead "Blended Learning in Zambia" and "Development and Analysis of Population Health Cohorts in Burkina Faso and Kenya"
Research Group Leader Digital Global Health
Sandra Barteit is a trained Computational Linguist who pursued her PhD at the Institute of Global Health, Heidelberg University. Her PhD research was on the evaluation of a medical e-learning intervention in Zambia employing a mixed-methods approach. Her main interest is in digital global health, how to best make use of technology to improve health globally, especially with methods from Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Sandra is the project lead of the Blended Learning in Zambia (BLiZ) project – a collaborative project between Chainama College of Health Sciences, SolidarMed and Heidelberg Institute of Global Health, and of Development and Analysis of Population Health Cohorts in Burkina Faso and Kenya.
Dr. sc. hum at Institute of Global Health, Heidelberg University
Magister Artium in Computational Linguistics, Heidelberg University
Publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and book chapters:
Barteit S, Neuhann F, Bärnighausen T, Bowa A, Wolter S, Siabwanta H and Jahn A (2019). A Mobile Electronic Platform in the Low-Resource Context of Zambia for Nonphysician Clinical Students: Study on Technology Acceptance and Information System Success. Journal of Medical Internet Research; e14748. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/14748
Barteit S, Sié A, Yé M, Depoux A, Louis VR and Sauerborn R (2019). Lessons learned on teaching a global audience with massive open online courses (MOOCs) on health impacts of climate change: a commentary. BMC Globalization and Health; 15(52). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-019-0494-6
Barteit S, Jahn A, Banda S, Bärnighausen T, Bowa A, Chileshe G, Guzek D, Jorge M, Luders S, Malunga G and Neuhann F (2019). E-Learning for Medical Education in Sub-Saharan Africa and Low-Resource Settings: Viewpoint. Journal of Medical Internet Research; 21(1): e12449. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/12449
Barteit S, Neuhann F, Bärnighausen T, Bowa A, Luders S, Malunga G, Chileshe G, Marimo C and Jahn A (2019). Perspectives of Nonphysician Clinical Students and Medical Lecturers on Tablet-Based Health Care Practice Support for Medical Education in Zambia, Africa: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth; 7(4): e13431. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/13431
Barteit S, Bowa A, Jahn A, Lüders S, Malunga G, Marimo C, Wolter S, Neuhann F (2018). How self-directed e-learning contributes to medical graduate training for Medical Licentiates Practitioners in Zambia, Africa - evaluation of the pilot phase: a mixed-methods study. JMIR Medical Education; 4(2):e10222. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/10222
Barteit S, Sie A, Ye M, Depoux A, Sauerborn R (2018). Climate Change and Health as Massive Open Online Courses. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2018;247:416-20. Epub 2018/04/22. PubMed PMID: 29677994.
Barteit S, Ye M, Sie A, Depoux A, Sauerborn R. (2018). Reaching the world: teaching climate change and health as a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). In: Azeitero UM, Leal Filho W, Aires L, eds. Distance Learning, Climate Literacy and Innovations in Climate Change Education. New York and Heidelberg: Springer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70199-8_10
Sorgho R, Jonas F, Simboro S, Barteit S, Sauerborn R (2018). Utilizing Remote Sensing at a Subsistence Farming Level to Explore Child Undernutrition in the Context of Climate Change. In: Kallel A, Ksibi M, Ben Dhia H, Khélifi N, eds. Recent Advances in Environmental Science from the Euro-Mediterranean and Surrounding Regions: Proceedings of Euro-Mediterranean Conference for Environmental Integration (EMCEI-1), Tunisia 2017. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2018: 1725-8. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70548-4_502
Barteit, S., A. Bowa, S. Lüders, C. Marimo, Y. Phiri, S. Wolter and F. Neuhann (2017). Implementation of Mobile Medical E-Learning for Higher Medical Education in Zambia – a Zambian-German-Swiss cooperation. Tropical Medicine & International Health; 22(S1): 115-345. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-852-5-416
Neuhann, F. and S. Barteit (2017). Lessons learnt from the MAGNET Malawian-German HospitalPartnership: the German perspective on contributions to patient care and capacity development. BMC Globalization and Health; 13(1):50. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-017-0270-4
Sorgho R, Franke J, Simboro S, Barteit S, Phalkey R, Sauerborn R. (2017). Linking weather data, satellite imagery and field observations to household food production and child undernutrition: An exploratory study in Burkina Faso. Universal Journal of Public Health; 5(5):256-270. DOI: https://doi.org/10.13189/ujph.2017.050508
Barteit, S., P. Hoepffner, S. Huwendiek, A. Karamagi, C. Munthali, A. Theurer and F. Neuhann (2015). Self-directed e-learning at a tertiary hospital in Malawi–A qualitative Evaluation and Lessons learnt. GMS Zeitschrift für medizinische Ausbildung; 32(1):Doc7. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3205/zma000949
Oral Presentations (3 latest)
Barteit S. How a Zambian-German-Swiss Cooperation Supports Higher Medical Education in Zambia. eLearning Africa 2018, Kigali, Rwanda. Session Presentation, September 2018.
Barteit S. Strengthening medical education with offline, self-directed e-learning in a low-resources setting in Zambia, Africa. AMEE 2018, Basel, Switzerland. Short Communication, August 2018.
Barteit S, Sie A, Ye M, Depoux A, Sauerborn R. Climate Change and Health as Massive Open Online Courses. Medical Informatics Europe 2018. Oral Presentation. Gothenborg, Sweden, April, 2018.
Poster Presentations (3 latest)
Barteit S. Medical Informatics Europe 2018. Poster Presentation. Gothenborg, Sweden, April, 2018.
Barteit S. Strengthening medical teaching and training in remote areas with self-directed medical e-learning in Zambia at Geneva Global Health Forum, March 2018
Barteit S, Diboulo E, Sauerborn R, Rocklöv J. The link between childhood malnutrition and preceding weather in Burkina Faso, Africa. Impacts World 2017. Potsdam, Germany, October 11-13, 2017.