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The Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Die Ruhr-Universität Bochum Founded in 1962, the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) was the first new university founded in the Federal Republic of Germany after the end of World War II. Located in the Ruhr region, Europe's largest single economic zone, it is Germany's eighth largest university. Today, more than forty years after the RUB was established, more than half the population of what was once Europe's "coal pot", dominated by mining and steelworks, is employed in the service sector. The university is very much a part of this structural change. With close to 35,000 students, some 6700 employees and 433 professors, RUB is proud of its pioneering role in many fields. For more information:

Linking research and practice

Progress comes about when the fruits of academic research are applied to practical situations. To improve the transfer and exploitation of research results, Centrig acts as the interface between research, teaching and practice. Its role is to make use of all available information (data warehouse), carry out practically relevant and application-oriented analyses, provide advice to individuals, institutions and organizations, offer opportunities for professional development, and provide academic support to projects in the healthcare sector.

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Thanks to its integrative approach, Centrig acts as a one-stop source for individualized solutions, for example needs assessment, research support and evaluation, and consultation and support for implementation projects. The services offered range from studies on health care quality to target group-specific analyses. Centrig also develops and evaluates health research models, advises on the design of healthcare processes and develops guidelines for clinical practice, health promotion and prevention.
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