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New graduates from the Department of Public Health will identify causes, solutions and preventative measures in the interaction between public health and healthcare systems.
Niels Henrik Hjøllund has been appointed professor at Aarhus University and the Regional Hospital West Jutland. In his professorship he will continue to develop a system that collects the data reported by patients themselves.
Susanne Wulff Svendsen is the new clinical professor of occupational medicine at Aarhus University and the Regional Hospital West Jutland. She conducts research into physical occupational injuries.
Four of the nine researchers from Aarhus University who have received a Sapere Aude Starting Grant in 2015 come from Health. The grants are awarded to a number of Denmark's most visionary and trendsetting researchers.
The new Corporate Relations and Technology Transfer unit will ensure that AU provides more effective service in relation to partnerships with business and industry.
On the Sunday evening prior to the Danish election, Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Lars Løkke Rasmussen were again face-to-face in a debate on DR1. Many important topics were discussed. But they 'forgot' one. The question of how we are to afford expensive medicine in the future.
For a long time the media and politicians have focused too sharply on the highly specialised treatment in hospitals generally and, not least, at the coming super hospitals. But now we are on the way over to the other extreme. Many people are now calling for focus on the local health service.
The majority of Danish consumers would agree to have a new environmentally friendly electricity meter installed, if they didn’t have to get their computers out and actively enter a website to give their consent, says researcher from Aarhus University. Denmark is becoming less green each time a user does not say yes.
Alumnus of the Year at Aarhus BSS, Anders Eldrup, was ahead of his time and took an interdisciplinary approach to his political science studies. During his career he has helped change the structure of the Ministry of Finance and the management of Dong. He believes that future graduates should be able to navigate in and between both the public and the private sector. The two sectors cross-fertilise each other.
The Danish Council for Independent Research | Medical Sciences (DFF) has awarded grants for promising research projects within the field of health sciences. Twelve of the grants have been given to researchers from Aarhus University, Health.
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