Dr. Bianca Jansky

Postdoctoral Researcher in the BMBF Project META
Ethik der Medizin
Phone: 0821 598 xx
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  • Science and Technology Studies (STS)
  • Qualitative Methods
  • Sociology of Health and Illness
  • Empirical Bioethics
  • Public Health Ethics

Bianca Jansky studied Sociology, Political Science, Philosophy and Global Studies at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, and Roskilde University. During her studies, she worked as a Research Student Assistant at the Chair of Qualitative Methods, Institute of Sociology, LMU. From 2018 to 2020 she was employed as a Research Associate at the Institute of Ethics, History and Theory of Medicine, LMU in the BMBF funded research project: META "mHealth: Ethical, Legal, Social aspects in the technological age". She has been a Research Associate at the Institute for Ethics and History of Health in Society, University of Augsburg in the META project since December 2020. In 2023 she obtained her PhD in socical science (sociology with a focus on science and technology studies) at the LMU, supervised by Paula-Irene Villa Braslavsky (LMU) and Henriette Langstrup (University of Copenhagen) with an ethnography on patient activism in type 1 diabetes.

 

 

 

Research Stays:

 

2020: Public Health Department, University of Copenhagen

2022: Center for Science, Technology, Medicine, & Society, University of California, Berkeley

2022: Public Health Department, University of Copenhagen

2023: Ethox Centre, University of Oxford 

 

 

 

Awards and third-party funding received:

 

EACME Visiting Scholarship (1500 Euros)

Center for Interdisciplinary Health Research for conference organization (3500 Euros, together with Ann Kristin Augst)

 

 

Publications

2024 | 2023 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018

2024

Jansky Bianca. Digitized patients: elaborative tinkering and knowledge practices in the open-source type 1 diabetes "looper community". https://doi.org/10.1177/01622439231170443
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Jansky Bianca. Disclosing otherness: situated knowledges and the politics of ethnographic approaches to the #WeAreNotWaiting movement in Type 1 Diabetes and beyond. https://doi.org/10.1177/08912416231207648
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Bayer Robert, Gehrmann Jan, Jansky Bianca, Linde Klaus. Hausärztlich arbeiten in Deutschland und anderswo – Erfahrungsberichte. https://doi.org/10.1007/s44266-024-00227-3
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Linde Klaus, Bayer Robert, Gehrmann Jan, Jansky Bianca, Zimmermann-Sigterman Kirsten, Engl Adolf, Föll Jens, Wapler Peter, Schneider Antonius. Rahmenbedingungen der Primärversorgung in Deutschland, Norwegen, Großbritannien, den Niederlanden und Italien – eine Übersicht. https://doi.org/10.1007/s44266-024-00226-4
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Kuehlmeyer Katja, Jansky Bianca, Mertz Marcel, Marckmann Georg. Transformative medical ethics: a framework for changing practice according to normative–ethical requirements. https://doi.org/10.1111/bioe.13185
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2023

Jansky Bianca, Langstrup Henriette. Device activism and material participation in healthcare: retracing forms of engagement in the #WeAreNotWaiting movement for open-source closed-loop systems in type 1 diabetes self-care. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41292-022-00278-4
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Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca, Seeliger Victoria, Shukla Ayush, Wild Verina. Ethical aspects of mHealth technologies: challenges and opportunities. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003386070-7
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Jansky Bianca, Machleid Felix, Wild Verina. Mobile Gesundheitstechnologien, soziale Gerechtigkeit und populationsbezogene Vulnerabilitäten: eine Public-Health-ethische Perspektive auf mHealth am Beispiel von Diabetes mellitus Typ 2. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00103-022-03650-8
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Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza, Nocanda Azakhiwe Z.. Patient‐led innovation and global health justice: open‐source digital health technology for type 1 diabetes care. https://doi.org/10.1111/bioe.13205
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Bubeck Marc J., Jansky Bianca. Relational und dimensional: heuristische Dimensionen in der Situationsanalyse am Beispiel von Care-Praktiken und ihrer Materialität. https://doi.org/10.17169/fqs-24.2.4079
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2021

Jansky Bianca. "Warum stechen, wenn man scannen kann?" Zum Einsatz sensorbasierter Glukosemesssysteme in der Typ 1 Diabetestherapie. https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839449189-007
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Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca. Tales of self-empowerment through digital health technologies: a closer look at 'Femtech'. https://doi.org/10.1080/00346764.2021.2018027
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2020

Nijsingh Niels, Jansky Bianca, Marckmann Georg, Kuehlmeyer Katja. Mind the gap: how should we translate specific ethical norms into interventions?. https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2020.1730500
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2019

Wild Verina, Akgül Sarah, Eisenhut Katharina, Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca, Machleid Felix, Nijsingh Niels, Peter Nicole, Sauerborn Ela. Ethical, legal and social aspects of mHealth technologies: navigating the field. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3296853
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Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca, Wild Verina. From design to data handling: why mHealth needs a feminist perspective. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-476-04967-4_5
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Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca. Q&A: a patient asks about the use of apps to track their menstrual cycle and fertility: what advice should they be given?.
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2018

Schütt Petra, Jansky Bianca, Unger Hella von. Interviewgespräche mit jungen Geflüchteten - Beitrag der qualitativen Fluchtforschung für die migrationspädagogische Praxis.
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