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31. maj 2011

Forskere bidrager til Nordisk Kongres

Forskningsenheden er rigt repræsenteret, når den 17. Nordiske Kongres for Almen Praksis slår dørene op den 14. til den 17. juni i Tromsø.

Knap 20 forskere vil med posters, foredrag eller ved symposier fremlægge deres forskning for kongresdeltagerne, der både vil kunne høre om, hvordan almen praksis kan bidrage til kampen mod resistente bakterier, til at forbedre overgangen mellem de forskellige sektorer for kræftpatienter og om, hvilke udfordringer praksis har i forhold til informeret samtykke og mammografiscreening, for blot at nævne nogle stykker. 


Se listen her:

John Sahl Andersen og Niels Olivarius:
Discontinuation of preventive drugs in general practice

John Sahl Andersen, Laura Lindberg, Michael Nixon and Jens Aage Stauning:
The Danish National Health Service Register as a source for research on primary care

Lars Bjerrum og Gloria Cordoba:
Can general practice contribute to the fight against resistant bacteria? - Results from the European HAPPY AUDIT project.

John Brodersen:
Screening for cancer: facts, myths, and controversies.

John Brodersen og Klaus Witt:
Lifelong learning in general practice: how to read and use research literature?
 
Annette Sofie Davidsen:
Understandings of Depression in General Practice and Psychiatry.

Lise Dyhr:
Storytelling in general practice may lead to a reflective practice. GPs feelings of disempowerment were caused by structural obstacles.

Ann Dorrit Guassora:
Returning to general practice? Improving transition of care from secondary to primary care for cancer patients.

Mikael Henriksen:
Framing, wording and attitude in the circle of acquaintances: A challenge for informed consent for screening mammography.

Lotte Hvas:
Symposium: How early life circumstances affect future health.

Lotte Hvas:
Focus on the relation between the quality and creativity in qualitative research and the clinical relevance of its results. A practitioner’s perspective.

Niels Olivarius og Volkert Siersma:
A 13‐year post‐trial follow‐up of structured personal care for patients with type 2 diabetes in general practice.

Susanne Reventlow og Niels Olivarius:
Research in General Practice: Time for Change?
 
Susanne Reventlow:
The realm of experience and the realm of evidence – how can they be integrated?
 
Volkerts Siersma, Frans Boch Waldorf fog Anni BS Nielsen:
Subjective memory complaints (SMC) in primary care and death from all causes: a four-year follow-up. 

Margereta Söderstrøm:
Health resources of families with children attending child day care centre. 

Charlotte Tulinius:
Exhibition and two workshops on the theme "What does it mean to work in general practice in the Nordic Countries today?".

Rune Aabenhus:
Indleder på et symposium afholdt af den norske lægeforening om "No papers, no rights".

Ruth Ertmann:
Infants' symptoms of illness assessed by parents: Impact and implications

 

 

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