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How well is research at Health doing? The answer to this question will be disclosed in a number of departmental reports that will be delivered by the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy over the coming years. The reports are intended to help strengthen research at the faculty.
The 2016 distinguished alumna has had a strong and lasting influence on the Danish healthcare system, and has helped improve conditions for patient groups such as rape victims and cancer patients. Meet Anne Thomassen, who became a doctor because she couldn’t become a nurse – and who knows a lot about boxing.
English Rebecca Simmons has received an AIAS Fellowship at Aarhus University, where she will conduct research into the screening and treatment of diabetes.
A new project supported by The Council of the Danish Victims Fund will help equip general practitioners (GPs) when they encounter children who have suffered abuse. Medical specialist in forensic medicine at Aarhus University, Lise Frost, is behind the project together with a research group.
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The individual, strategic challenges faced by the departments are at the top of the agenda when Health gets a visit from the Advisory Board this week.
AU has tested a new, digital type of examination on selected degree programmes, including Sport Science and Public Health Science. The project has now been completed with good results and will now be rolled out to all of Health's degree programmes after the coming winter exams.
Consultant Søren Paaske Johnsen from Department of Clinical Epidemiology has received a grant of DKK 5,117,222 from TrygFonden for the project…
Talented students, traditional songs, thought-provoking speeches and a distinguished alumna who ended up studying at Aarhus University by accident. These were some of the highlights of the celebration to mark the university’s 88th anniversary.
Acts of terrorism have a much wider psychological impact than typically assumed, reaching across borders and spreading fear among populations thousands of miles removed from the actual targets.
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