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Next week the Danish Minister for Health Nick Hækkerup will visit Aarhus University and the Central Denmark Region to discuss the region’s health partnership and the much debated preventive health screenings in primary care, among other topics.
Use of often prescribed drugs against arthritis and pain increases the risk of dying from a stroke. This is the conclusion of a major new registry study involving more than 100,000 patients.
Patients suffering from a hip fracture receive higher quality of care and have a lower mortality rate in smaller hospital departments. That is the surprising conclusion of a major registry study which has compared data from Danish hospitals.
Researchers from AU take part in a Japanese TV programme on the newest allergy research worldwide. The TV crew from Japan visited the Department of Public Health and the Department of Clinical Medicine – and the programme will be shown to millions of viewers in the spring.
Professor Lars Pedersen from Department of Clinical Epidemiology is an invited speaker at the ISPOR 17th Annual European Congress which is held in…
Since the summer holiday the task of institutional accreditation at AU has been reorganised. It’s now being handled by a programme group anchored in the administrative division known as “Education”. The aim is to ensure that the work involved in connection with the quality system of our degree programmes should take place in close dialogue with the other development initiatives dealt with by this division, as well as ensuring that it continues to be anchored in our ongoing operations even after the work of the programme group ends.
Medical doctor and PhD student Mikkel Tøttrup has just won the lecture competition at the annual meeting of the Danish Orthopaedic Society. His research study was selected as the best out of a total of 195 studies.
A new study shows that patients who undergo surgery due to hip fracture receive better treatment and have lower mortality if operated in smaller…
PhD student at Department of Clinical Epidemiology Kasper Adelborg has received a grant of DKK 100,000 from the Augustinus Foundation for his PhD…
Mogens Andreasen from Aarhus University has just received DKK 62,543 from the Riisfort Foundation. The goes towards a project to investigate why a high fat diet helps epileptics to have fewer seizures.
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