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Fear of dismissal or of losing their authorisation keeps medical doctors trapped in their substance use disorders, and instead of seeking help they attempt self-treatment. This is shown by a new study from Aarhus University.
The salary agreement catalogue for employees at Health has been revised with the department-specific information and layout in particular receiving an overhaul.
Søren Riis Paludan, professor at the Department of Biomedicine, has received DKK 10 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Distinguished Investigator-grant. He will use this grant to investigate how the body defends itself against infection.
Internationalisation is a prerequisite for creating world-class health research. This position is at risk if the Danish tax regulations are not adapted to research.
As part of efforts being made to hone Health’s international profile, a new pool is being made available to support international research collaboration for associate professors who have extensive teaching assignments.
Honing of core expertise, reflection and more interdisciplinary collaboration are some of the benchmarks in the finished vision for the degree programmes under the Department of Odontology and Oral Health.
Hardly anyone can fail to have noticed that a new data protection regulation comes into force on 25 May this year. The rules and regulations are being tightened to ensure and document that personal data is handled, stored and processed in a secure manner. This will affect everyone who makes use of personal data in research projects.
On the night of 17 April, the official conciliator decided to postpone the strike and lockout for up to two weeks. Aarhus University is still watching developments closely and is carefully considering how the situation may affect teaching and exams.
On the night of 17 April, the official conciliator decided to postpone the strike and lockout for up to two weeks.
The Ministry of Higher Education and Science just approved three new IT industry-oriented new degree programmes: two BSc and one MSc.
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