Persons

David Von Allmen

Title
Dr.
Position
Advanced Researcher
David Yoh von Allmen, Dr.
Telephone
E-mail
david.vonallmen [at] hfh.ch
Room
334
Organizational Unit
Zentrum Forschung & Entwicklung
Study Courses
MA Schulische Heilpädagogik

Publications

D. Y., von Allmen; S., Kedzia; R., Dettwiler; N., Vogel; R., Kunz; W. E. L., de Boer.
(2020).
Functional Interviewing Was Associated With Improved Agreement Among Expert Psychiatrists in Estimating Claimant Work Capacity: A Secondary Data Analysis of Real-Life Work Disability Evaluations.
Frontiers in Psychiatry.
11,
621.
10.3389/fpsyt.2020.00621
R., Kunz; D. Y., von Allmen; R., Marelli; U., Hoffmann-Richter; J., Jeger; R., Mager; E., Colomb; H., Schaad; M., Bachmann; N., Vogel; J. W., Busse; M., Eichhorn; O., Bänziger; T., Zumbrunn; W. E. L., de Boer; K., Fischer.
(2019).
The reproducibility of psychiatric evaluations of work disability: Two reliability and agreement studies.
BMC Psychiatry.
19.0,
(205.0),
10.1186/s12888-019-2171-y
J., Barth; W. E. L., de Boer; J. W., Busse; J. L., Hoving; S., Kedzia; R., Couban; K., Fischer; D. Y., von Allmen; J., Spanjer; R., Kunz.
(2017).
Inter-rater agreement in evaluation of disability: systematic review of reproducibility studies.
BMJ.
356.0,
(j14),
10.1136.
10.1136/bmj.j14
P., Klaver; W., Knirsch; K., Wurmitzer; D. Y., von Allmen.
(2016).
Children and adolescents show altered visual working memory related brain activity more than one decade after arterial switch operation for d-transposition of the great arteries.
Developmental Neuropsychology.
41,
(4),
261-267.
10.1080/87565641.2016.1243115
D. Y., von Allmen; K., Wurmitzer; P., Klaver.
(2014).
Hippocampal and posterior parietal contributions to developmental increases in visual short-term memory capacity.
Cortex.
59C,
95-102.
10.1016/j.cortex.2014.07.010.
D. Y., von Allmen.
(2014).
Neurocognitive factors underpinning individual and developmental differences in visual short-term memory capacity.
D. Y., von Allmen; K., Wurmitzer; E., Martin; P., Klaver.
(2013).
Neural activity in the hippocampus predicts individual visual short-term memory capacity.
Hippocampus.
23,
(7),
606-615.
10.1002/hipo.22121

Lectures

D. Y., von Allmen.
(2018).
Reporting activity limitations: IFAP, the Instrument of Functional Assessment in Psychiatry and training needs.
Event title
EUMASS Congress 2018,
Maastricht, The Netherlands:
EUMASS
D. Y., von Allmen.
(2017).
Reliabilität in der versicherungsmedizinischen Begutachtung: Zielsetzung und Methoden der RELY-Studie.
Event title
SGPP-Kongress,
Bern, Schweiz:
Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie (SGPP)
D. Y., von Allmen.
(2017).
Adoption of function-oriented interview in disability evaluation.
Event title
Tag der Klinischen Forschung,
Basel, Schweiz:
Departement Klinische Forschung (DKF), Universitätsspital Basel
D. Y., von Allmen.
(2016).
The adoption of the ICF framework for disability assessments in Switzerland.
Event title
EUMASS Congress,
Ljubljana, Slovenia:
European Union of Medicine in Assurance and Social Security (EUMASS)
D. Y., von Allmen.
(2016).
Adoption of functional interviewing in disability evaluation.
Event title
EUMASS Congress,
Ljubljana, Slovenia:
European Union of Medicine in Assurance and Social Security (EUMASS)
D. Y., von Allmen.
(2016).
Adoption of function-oriented interview in disability evaluation.
Event title
PSY Congress 2016,
Basel, Schweiz:
Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie (SGPP)
D. Y., von Allmen.
(2016).
Functional interviewing in disability evaluation.
Basel, Schweiz:
Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie (SGPP)