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Seksuelle overgreb mod børn og unge - en antologi om forebyggelse og behandling

Kuno Sørensen, Maj Hansen, Mimi Strange, Siri Jonina Egede & Troels Græsholt-Knudsen

Immunization of immunosuppressed patients

Lykke Larsen

Data mining in head and neck cancer

Christian Rønn Hansen

Mechanisms of transcriptional regulation by oncogenic MYC

Simon Toftholm Jakobsen

Occupational therapy for persons with chronic conditions: Effectiveness and process evaluation of the ABLE programme

Vita Hagelskjær

Det periodiske system er nøglen til den grønne omstilling

Ulla Gro Nielsen

Clinical aspects of methylated HOXA9 DNA in ovarian cancer

Louise Faaborg Larsen

Coevolution of relative brain size and life expectancy in parrots

Simeon Q. Smeele, Dalia A. Conde, Annette Baudisch, Simon Bruslund, Andrew Iwaniuk, Johanna Staerk, Timothy F. Wright, Anna M. Young, Mary Brooke McElreath & Lucy Aplin
Previous studies have demonstrated a correlation between longevity and brain size in a variety of taxa. Little research has been devoted to understanding this link in parrots; yet parrots are well-known for both their exceptionally long lives and cognitive complexity. We employed a large-scale comparative analysis that investigated the influence of brain size and life history variables on longevity in parrots. Specifically, we addressed two hypotheses for evolutionary drivers of longevity: the Cognitive Buffer Hypothesis,...

Contextual Factors in Rheumatology: A PhD Study within Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology

Sabrina Mai Nielsen

Parents´assessment of disability in their children: Assessment of disability

Niels Ove Illum

Analysis and Application of Model Predictive Control in Energy Systems

Tao Yang

Additional file 1 of Zoledronic Acid for prevention of bone and muscle loss after BAriatric Surgery (ZABAS)-a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Søren Gam, Bibi Gram, Claus Bogh Juhl, Anne Pernille Hermann & Stinus Gadegaard Hansen
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Additional file 2 of The development of a health-promoting employment intervention with physical activity for young people Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET): NEXT STEP—on the path to education and job

Teresa Victoria Høy, Andreas Jørgensen, Susan Andersen, Christina Bjørk Petersen, Maja Bæksgaard Jørgensen, Morten Grønbæk, Sengül Sarí, Laila Ottesen, Gro Inge Lemcke Hansen & Teresa Holmberg
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Additional file 1 of The development of a health-promoting employment intervention with physical activity for young people Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET): NEXT STEP—on the path to education and job

Teresa Victoria Høy, Andreas Jørgensen, Susan Andersen, Christina Bjørk Petersen, Maja Bæksgaard Jørgensen, Morten Grønbæk, Sengül Sarí, Laila Ottesen, Gro Inge Lemcke Hansen & Teresa Holmberg
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The development of a health-promoting employment intervention with physical activity for young people Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET): NEXT STEP—on the path to education and job

Teresa Victoria Høy, Andreas Jørgensen, Susan Andersen, Christina Bjørk Petersen, Maja Bæksgaard Jørgensen, Morten Grønbæk, Sengül Sarí, Laila Ottesen, Gro Inge Lemcke Hansen & Teresa Holmberg
Abstract Background In the EU, approx. 16.5% of the 20–34-year-olds are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). Research shows that good health is an important progression factor towards employment, and daily physical activity as well as participation in sports has a positive effect on physical and mental health as well as in the development of life skill. However, there is an absence of studies investigating what role physical activity can play in the employment...

The development of a health-promoting employment intervention with physical activity for young people Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET): NEXT STEP—on the path to education and job

Teresa Victoria Høy, Andreas Jørgensen, Susan Andersen, Christina Bjørk Petersen, Maja Bæksgaard Jørgensen, Morten Grønbæk, Sengül Sarí, Laila Ottesen, Gro Inge Lemcke Hansen & Teresa Holmberg
Abstract Background In the EU, approx. 16.5% of the 20–34-year-olds are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). Research shows that good health is an important progression factor towards employment, and daily physical activity as well as participation in sports has a positive effect on physical and mental health as well as in the development of life skill. However, there is an absence of studies investigating what role physical activity can play in the employment...

Deep brain stimulation for neurological disorders: a protocol for a systematic review with meta-analysis and Trial Sequential Analysis of randomised clinical trials

Johanne Juul Petersen, Sophie Juul, Caroline Kamp Jørgensen, Christian Gluud & Janus Christian Jakobsen
Abstract Background Deep brain stimulation has been used since the 1980s for neurological disorders and the USA and Europe have now approved it for Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, dystonia, and epilepsy. Previous reviews have assessed the effects of deep brain stimulation on different neurological disorders. These reviews all had methodological limitations. Methods This is a protocol for a systematic review based on searches of major medical databases (e.g. MEDLINE, EMBASE, CENTRAL) and clinical trial registries....

Hardware-Centric Modular Framework for Continuous Testing of Autonomous Cyber-Physical Systems

Martin Skriver

Comparison of Self-reported Alcohol Consumption and Ethyl Glucuronide in Hair in a Sample of 60+ Year-olds Treated for DSM-5 Alcohol Use Disorder

Dorthe Grüner Nielsen

Quality of diabetes care in people with diabetes and psychiatric disorder

Lenette Knudsen

The changing spectrum of microbial aetiology of respiratory tract infections in hospitalized patients before and during the COVID-19 pandemic

Sondre Serigstad, Dagfinn L. Markussen, Christian Ritz, Marit H. Ebbesen, Siri T. Knoop, Øyvind Kommedal, Lars Heggelund, Elling Ulvestad, Rune O. Bjørneklett & Harleen M. S. Grewal
Abstract Background The COVID-19 pandemic was met with strict containment measures. We hypothesized that societal infection control measures would impact the number of hospital admissions for respiratory tract infections, as well as, the spectrum of pathogens detected in patients with suspected community acquired pneumonia (CAP). Methods This study is based on aggregated surveillance data from electronic health records of patients admitted to the hospitals in Bergen Hospital Trust from January 2017 through June 2021, as...

The changing spectrum of microbial aetiology of respiratory tract infections in hospitalized patients before and during the COVID-19 pandemic

Sondre Serigstad, Dagfinn L. Markussen, Christian Ritz, Marit H. Ebbesen, Siri T. Knoop, Øyvind Kommedal, Lars Heggelund, Elling Ulvestad, Rune O. Bjørneklett & Harleen M. S. Grewal
Abstract Background The COVID-19 pandemic was met with strict containment measures. We hypothesized that societal infection control measures would impact the number of hospital admissions for respiratory tract infections, as well as, the spectrum of pathogens detected in patients with suspected community acquired pneumonia (CAP). Methods This study is based on aggregated surveillance data from electronic health records of patients admitted to the hospitals in Bergen Hospital Trust from January 2017 through June 2021, as...

Assisted reproduction - Ovulation and the early luteal phase

Louise Svenstrup

A machine learning-based data mining in medical examination data: a biological features-based biological age prediction model

Qing Yang, Sunan Gao, Junfen Lin, Ke Lyu, Zexu Wu, Yuhao Chen, Yinwei Qiu, Yanrong Zhao, Wei Wang, Tianxiang Lin, Huiyun Pan & Ming Chen
Abstract Background Biological age (BA) has been recognized as a more accurate indicator of aging than chronological age (CA). However, the current limitations include: insufficient attention to the incompleteness of medical data for constructing BA; Lack of machine learning-based BA (ML-BA) on the Chinese population; Neglect of the influence of model overfitting degree on the stability of the association results. Methods and results Based on the medical examination data of the Chinese population (45–90 years),...

Additional file 7 of Are changes in pain associated with changes in heart rate variability in patients treated for recurrent or persistent neck pain?

Anders Galaasen Bakken, Andreas Eklund, Anna Warnqvist, Søren O’Neill, David M. Hallman & Iben Axén
Additional file 7: Supplementary file 5. Mean change in Total Power in the improved and not-improved categories.

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