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In their study, Hulme, Nielsen and collaborators uses a modified Delphi-technique to validate the STAMP model of running-related injury development
This year, Aarhus University has seen an increase in the number of applicants with high marks. This means that the grade point average (GPA) cut-off for many degree programmes is higher than last year. Both the engineering and IT degree programmes have seen an increase in admissions – and the university’s new business communication programmes have got off to a flying start.
New research shows that resistance training protects the brain in persons with multiple sclerosis, which may delay the development of the disease.
Eight out of 355 cardiac arrest patients who do not immediately wake up after hospitalisation, have benefited from being cooled down to a temperature of 33°C for as long as 48 hours. However, this does not provide researchers from Aarhus University and elsewhere with evidence to conclude that 48-hour cooling is preferable to the typical 24 hours when it comes to preventing brain damage. The level of uncertainty is too high and the difference too small to reach this conclusion.
In the editorial, Rasmus Nielsen, Michael Bertelsen, Adam Hulme and Erik Parner, with colleagues, discusses sport injury causality and how to align data analyses with causal frameworks.
The health science degree programmes at Aarhus University are once again popular this year. Both the total number of applicants and the number of first-priority applications to Health’s degree programmes have increased, with medicine and dentistry as the two degree programmes attracting many applicants. This is shown by this year’s figures from the Coordinated Enrolment System.
The number of Danes diagnosed with trauma- and stressor-related disorders (including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)) increased substantially following the terrorist attacks carried out by Anders Breivik in Norway in 2011.
It cannot be said that red clover alone reduces menopause symptoms, but a recently published Danish study finds that fermented-red clover extract effectively prevents hot flushes, hormonal swings and bone loss. Bucking the trend of usual research tradition the study has delivered a strong seal of approval to an innovative Danish Red Clover producer.
Daniel presented future thoughts and perspectives on the role of the user innovation management in prevention of Running Related Injuries