Prof. Dr. med. Sibil Tschudin

Leitende Ärztin Abteilung Gyn. Sozialmedizin und Psychosomatik, Frauenklinik Universitätsspital Basel

Sibil Tschudin is an obstetrician-gynaecologist sub-specialized in psychosomatic and psychosocial medicine and sexual medicine. She is the head of the Division of Social Medicine and Psychosomatics at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the University Hospital Basel. Since 2002 she has been a teacher at the University of Basel with special interest in family planning and gynaecological psychosomatics. In 2012 she gained her venia docendi. Her main research activities are directed towards counselling techniques in obstetrics and gynaecology, focusing on topics such as infertility, prenatal diagnostics and contraception. Another field of interest and research is premenstrual syndrome. She is a former president of the Swiss Working Group of Psychosomatics in Ob/Gyn (SAPGG) and the immediate past-president of the International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISPOG).

List of publications (last 5 years)

Nr. Title Author Journal Volume Pages Year
[1] Risk factors for unfavorable pregnancy outcome in women with adverse childhood experiences Leeners B, Rath W, Block E, Görres G, Tschudin S J Perinat Med 42(2) 171-178 2014
[2] Care of drug-addicted pregnant women: current concepts and future strategies - an overview Goettler SM, Tschudin S Womens Health (Lond Engl) 10(2) 167-177 2014
[3] Words before actions- the significance of counselling in the Praena-Test era Tschudin S Praxis (Bern 1994) 103(9) 511-517 2014
[4] The development of partnership after hypertensive diseases in pregnancy Leeners B, Rath W, Kuse S, Tschudin S J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 1-5 2014
[5] Internet-based stress management for women with preterm labour-a case-based experience report Scherer S, Urech C, Hösli I, Tschudin S, Gaab J, Berger T, Alder J Arch Womens Ment Health 17(6) 593-600 2014
[6] Understanding relational aspects of shared decision-making in gynaecology: a qualitative analysis of patients' and physicians' as well as clinical consultations Schwind B, Gross K, Wehner N, Wegener B, Tschudin S, Zemp Stutz E Eur J Pers Cent Health 3 456-469 2015
[7] Decision-making about fertility preservation-qualitative data on young cancer patients' attitudes and needs Ehrbar V, Urech C, Alder J, Harringer K, Zanetti Dällenbach R, Rochlitz C, Tschudin S Arch Womens Ment Health 22 2016
[8] Why prevention of repeat abortion is so challenging: psychosocial characteristics of women at risk Leeners B, Bieli S, Huang D, Tschudin S Eur J Contracept Reprod Health Care 30 1-7 2016
[9] Fertility Preservation in Young Female Cancer Patients: Development and Pilot Testing of an Online Decision Aid Ehrbar V, Urech C, Rochlitz C, Zanetti Dällenbach R, Moffat R, Stiller R, Fäh M, von Wolff M, Nawroth F, Dangel A, Germeyer A, Findeklee S, Tschudin S J Adolesc Young Adult Oncol 7(1) 30-36 2018
[10] Knowledge about and attitude towards fertility preservation in young female cancer patients: a cross-sectional online survey Urech C, Ehrbar V, Boivin J, Müller M, Alder J, Zanetti Dällenbach R, Rochlitz C, Tschudin S Hum Fertil (Camb) 22 1-7 2017
[11] Addressing decisional conflict about fertility preservation: helping young female cancer survivors' family planning decisions Müller M, Urech C, Boivin J, Ehrbar V, Moffat R, Daellenbach RZ, Rochlitz C, Tschudin S J Fam Plann Reprod Health Care 44(3) 175-180 2018
[12] Fertility decision-making in cancer patients – current status and future directions Ehrbar V, Urech C, Tschudin S 113-119 2018
[13] Efficacy of an internet-based cognitive behavioral stress management training in women with idiopathic preterm labor: A randomized controlled intervention study Urech C, Scherer S, Emmenegger M, Gaab J, Tschudin S, Hoesli I, Berger T, Alder J J Psychosom Res 103 140-146 2017
[14] Randomized controlled trial on the effect of an online decision aid for young female cancer patients regarding fertility preservation Ehrbar V, Urech C, Rochlitz C, Zanetti Dällenbach R, Moffat R, Stiller R, Germeyer A, Nawroth F, Dangel A, Findeklee S, Tschudin S Hum Reprod 34(9) 1726-1734 2019
[15] Setting the global research agenda in psychosocial aspects of women's health - outcomes from ISPOG world conference at The Hague Quinlivan J, Rowe H, Wischmann T, Thomson G, Stuijfzand S, Horsch A, Bittner A, Lennertz I, Takamatsu K, Benyamini Y, Tschudin S J Psychosom Obstet Gynaecol 5 1-4 2019