Jana Niemann

Research associate

Main focus: Reproductive Health

Websites/blogs: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jana-niemann-267787163/ , https://www.umh.de/einrichtungen/institute/medizinische-soziologie/team/jana-niemann

Languages: German, English

City: Halle (Saale)

State: Saxony-Anhalt

Country: Germany

Services: Talk, Moderation, Workshop management, Interview

  Willing to travel for an event.

  Willing to talk for nonprofit.


Jana Niemann studied Health Sciences and European Public Health at the University of Applied Sciences Neubrandenburg, the University of Applied Sciences Carinthia and the University of Bielefeld. She is a research associate at the Institute for Medical Sociology at MLU and conducts research on sexual and reproductive health (equity). She is writing her doctoral thesis at the Charité on the experience of taking and stopping the contraceptive pill. She also works as a freelancer on other externally funded projects.

Qualification Project
Dissertation: "Taking and stopping the Pill between subjective experiences of care and gynecology" (working title)

Bernard M*, Niemann J*, Weinhold L, Jepsen D, Miani C, Luck-Sikorski C. Abortion stigma among abortion seekers, healthcare professionals and the public in high-income countries: A mixed-methods systematic review protocol. BMJ Open [Internet]. 2024;14:e076602. Available from: https://bmjopen.bmj.com/lookup/doi/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-076602
*shared first authorship
Markert J, Niemann J, Starke D, Frese T, Meyer G, Mikolajczyk R, et al. Psychische Vorerkrankungen und Depressivität in der 2. Welle der SARS-CoV-2-Pandemie in Deutschland – Die Rolle pandemieassoziierter Stressoren. PPmP - Psychother · Psychosom · Medizinische Psychol [Internet]. 2023;73:396–404. Available from: www.thieme-connect.de/DOI/DOI
Niemann J, Schenk L, Stadler G, Richter M. What happens when you stop using the combined contraceptive pill? A qualitative study protocol on consequences and supply needs for women who discontinued the combined contraceptive pill in Germany. BMJ Open [Internet]. 12(6), e057089 (2022). Available from: bmjopen.bmj.com/lookup/doi/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-057089.
Miani C, Wandschneider L, Niemann J, Batram-Zantvoort S, Razum O. Measurement of gender as a social determinant of health in epidemiology—A scoping review. PLoS One [Internet]. 16(11), e0259223 (2021). Available from: dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0259223.
Van Hal G, Niemann J, Van Hiel A, Van Dongen S. Excessive gaming behaviour in primary school children in Belgium. Eur. J. Public Health [Internet]. 30(Supplement_5) (2020). Available from: academic.oup.com/eurpub/article/doi/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa166.875/5915510.
Rerimoi AJ, Niemann J, Lange I, Timæus IM. Gambian cultural beliefs, attitudes and discourse on reproductive health and mortality: Implications for data collection in surveys from the interviewer’s perspective. PLoS One [Internet]. 14(5), e0216924 (2019). Available from: dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216924.