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Ph.d.-afhandlinger

2020

Morten Fenger-Grøn: Anthropometry, depression and atrial fibrillation risk

2019

Linda Aagaard Rasmussen: Detecting recurrence of cancer and second primary cancer: exploring the role of general practice

Dennis Schou Graversen: The quality of out-of-hours telephone triage  

Jonas Boysen Fynboe Ebert: Evaluating the feasibility of the emergency access button in the out-of-hours services in Denmark

Marie Louise Ladegaard Baun: Earlier detection of ovarian cancer in general practice

Bente Kjær Lyngsøe: Maternal depression and offspring health

Karen Busk Nørøxe: Well-being in general practitioners and quality in healthcare

2018

Rikke Aarhus: On time. Anthropological perspectives on early diagnosis and standardized cancer diagnostics

  • Reconfiguring diagnostic work in Danish general practice; regulation, triage and the secretaries as diagnostician. Andersen RS, Aarhus R.  Anthropol Med. 2019 Aug;26(2):213-227. doi: 10.1080/13648470.2017.1334040. Epub 2017 Jul 31.
  • Urgency as new care ethics: Exploring Danish standardised cancer diagnostics. Aarhus R, Tjørnhøj-Thomsen T, Tarp B, Vedsted P, Andersen R.S. (under review).
  • Coordinating objects of care: Exploring the role of case managers as brokers in cancer patient pathways. Aarhus R, Tjørnhøj-Thomsen T, Tarp B, Vedsted P, Andersen RS. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl). 2019 May;28(3):e13017. doi: 10.1111/ecc.13017. Epub 2019 Feb 14.
  • Involving relatives as caregivers in Danish cancer patient pathways: Implications for people with suspected cancer and practice. Aarhus R, Tjørnhøj-Thomsen T, Tarp B, Vedsted P, Andersen R.S. (under review).

Jakob Søgaard Juul: Using the facecal immunochemical test in general practice diagnostic workup of patients with non-alarm symptoms of colorectal cancer

Marie Germund Nielsen: Validation of instruments for diagnosing depression and measuring stress in general practice

Esben Næser: Diagnosis, clinical assessment and prognosis in patients with non-specific serious symptoms

2017

Anders Prior: Psychological stress and multimorbidity in general practice

Bettina Kjær Kristiansen: Securing follow-up in cervical cancer screening

Berit Toftegaard: The impact of a continuing medical education meeting in earlier cancer diagnosis on knowledge, attitude and cancer referral pattern among general practitioners.

Line Hvidberg: Awareness and beliefs about cancer and barriers to healthcare seeking in the general population

2016

Anna Kirstine Winthereik: Provision of end-of-life care in general practice

Sara Marie Hebsgaard Offersen: Aiming for the ordinary: exploring everyday life experiences of bodily sensations and symptoms in the Danish middle class    

Mette Kjærgaard Nielsen: Facing bereavement: severe pre-loss grief symptoms and factors of complications during caregiving and bereavement in a nationwide caregiver cohort

Anette Riisgaard Ribe: The significance of comorbid physical conditions on the excess mortality of persons with severe mental illness

2015

Camilla Hoffmann Merrild: Parallel lives. Anthropological perspectives on social differences in bodily experiences of sensations and health care seeking practices

Line Flytkjær Jensen: Patterns of non-participation in breast cancer screening

Anna Budtz-Lilly: Bodily distress syndrome in primary care: concept and epidemiology of a new diagnostic proposal for functional disorders

Mads Lind Ingeman: Non-specific symptoms and signs of cancer in general practice ─ access to investigation and diagnostic centres

Henry Jensen: Implementation of cancer patient pathways and the association with more timely diagnosis and earlier detection of cancer among incident cancer patients in primary care

Peter Hjertholm: Clinical activity in general practice and cancer

Christina Maar Andersen: The association between attachment and delay in the diagnosis of cancer in primary care

Louise Mahncke: The effect of direct referral for fast CT scan in early lung cander detection in general practice. A clinical, cluster-randomised trial

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