Charité, Invalidenstraße Berlin


The Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCCC) is the central coordinating institution for interdisciplinary oncological patient care, translational research as well as education and training at Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin. The CCCC promotes internal and external cooperation in the field of oncology (cancer medicine) across the board. The portal clinics of the Charité serve as an entry point for patients and ensure guideline-based diagnostics, therapy and aftercare with their interdisciplinary tumour outpatient clinics and tumour conferences. In ten years, the CCCC has created, expanded and established the necessary structures for this. So far, these have not been anchored in a separate, functional building.

In order to be able to commission the planned new building or reconstruction as an evidence-based design, Kopvol is commissioned to conduct a systematic survey of design preferences in outpatient chemotherapy.

97 outpatient cancer patients were systematically interviewed by means of standardised questionnaires and an inventory analysis was carried out at the Mitte and BJF locations.

Part of the results have already been published.

Vollmer TC, Koppen G & Keilholz U (2020): Raum für Nähe und Distanz. Raumwahrnehmung und Gestaltungspräferenz in der ambulanten Chemotherapie. In: Thomas Schopperth, Christian Franzkoch, Andreas Werner, Tanja Vollmer (Hrsg.): Psychoonkologie – Berührtsein zwischen Nähe und Distanz. pp. 77 – 87. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers, ISBN 978-3-95853-614-2, eBook: ISBN 978-3-95853-615-9

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