48 Works

Preface

Eli Skogerbø, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord & Øyvind Ihlen

Muslimske kvinder: »Med kvindesvømning får vi fokus på eget velvære«

Verena Lenneis, Adam Evans & Sine Agergaard

E-vitamin giver nyt håb for den uopslidelige kunstige hofte

Kristian Kjærgaard & Søren Overgaard

Mytedrab: Nej, den voksne hjerne er ikke færdigudviklet og uforanderlig

Anke Ninija Karabanov

Dansk fysikstuderende løser gåde om sorte huller

Peter Laursen

Omikron: Derfor vækker den nye variant så stor bekymring

Joakim Juhl, Martin Juhl, Jo Beldring Henningsen, Pelle Nilsson, Oliver Alexander & Trine Lisberg Toft-Bertelsen

Er bevidstheden om ens bevægelser nødvendig for at udføre dem?

Mark Schram Christensen & Thor Grünbaum

Omikron, Alfa og Delta: Sådan måler vi smitsomheden af nye varianter

Frederik Plesner Lyngse & Carsten Kirkeby

Forskere: Omikron kan være den dominerende variant allerede onsdag

Rasmus Kristoffer Pedersen, Bjarke Frost Nielsen & Lone Simonsen

Participant evaluation of a behavioral intervention targeting reduction of sedentary behavior in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a mixed methods study

Tanja Thomsen, Mette Aadahl, Maria R. Aabo, Nina Beyer, Merete L. Hetland, Bente A. & Esbensen
Purpose: The “Joint Resources – Sedentary Behavior Study” (JR-SB) revealed significant behavioral and cardio-metabolic effects of reducing daily sedentary behavior replaced by light-intensity physical activity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. This study explores the participant perception and experiences of the intervention and impact on the participants’ health, family and physical activity behavior. Materials and Methods: A mixed-methods study design, including quantitative and qualitative data, was applied. Quantitative data were collected post-intervention using a questionnaire (n...

Hvorfor bugner danske supermarkeder ikke med fødevarer fra udviklingslandene?

Morten Broberg

Omikron: Rejserestriktioner kan bremse spredning – men ikke stoppe den

Carsten Kirkeby

Ingen grund til panik: Dit barn tager næppe skade af at spille meget computer

Anne Brus

Cultural communication as political communication

Nete Nørgaard Kristensen & Anna Roosvall

Introduction: A Nordic model for political communication?

Eli Skogerbø, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord & Øyvind Ihlen

Sådan kan forbedrede ventilationsforhold genåbne Danmark helt

Christian Michel Sørup, Daniel Alberto Sepúlveda Estay & Thorkild I.A. Sørensen

Modeller afslører galaksers fascinerende udvikling

Peter Laursen & Mikkel Stockmann

Mytedrab: Nej, vi bruger ikke kun 10 procent af hjernen

Anke Ninija Karabanov

Hvordan kan man bekæmpe korruption og misbrug af udviklingsbistand?

Morten Broberg

Ønsker du at forbedre din koncentrationsevne? Her er forskningens tips og tricks

Emma Louth

Mortality and acute somatic events following electroconvulsive therapy in patients with pre-existing somatic comorbidity – A register-based nationwide Danish cohort study

Merete Osler, Maarten P. Rozing, Martin B. Jorgensen & Anders Jorgensen
To examine whether electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is associated with risk of mortality and acute somatic events in patients with or without somatic comorbidity. A total of 174,495 patients with an affective disorder, of whom 41% had somatic comorbidity, were followed from 2005 through 2018 for ECT, mortality, and acute somatic outcomes using Danish registers. The association of ECT with outcomes was estimated using Cox proportional hazard regression. Patients, of whom 6943 (4.0%) had ECT, were...

Antibiotic prescribing in Danish general practice in the elderly population from 2010 to 2017

Maria Louise Veimer Jensen, Rune Munck Aabenhus, Barbara Juliane Holzknecht, Lars Bjerrum, Jette Nygaard Jensen, Volkert Siersma & Gloria Córdoba
This study aimed to describe prescription of antibiotics to the elderly population in general practice in Denmark from 2010–2017. This is a national register-based observational study. General practice, Denmark The main outcome measure was prescriptions/1,000 inhabitants/day (PrID) in relation to year, age and sex, indication, and antibiotic agent. In this study, we included inhabitants of Denmark, ≥65 years of age between 01st July 2010–30th June 2017. A total of 5,168,878 prescriptions were included in the...

Media and politics in Denmark

Nete Nørgaard Kristensen & Mark Blach-Ørsten

Political rhetoric in Scandinavia

Jens E. Kjeldsen, Christian Kock & Orla Vigsø

hr500k – A Reference Training Corpus of Croatian.

Nikola Ljubešić, Željko Agić, Filip Klubicka, Vuk Batanović & Tomaž Erjavec

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Affiliations

  • University of Copenhagen
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  • Bispebjerg Hospital
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  • Mid Sweden University
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  • University of Oslo
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  • Center for Clinical Research and Prevention
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  • Frederiksberg Hospital
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  • Technical University of Denmark
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  • Roskilde University
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  • Region Zealand
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  • Danish Cancer Society
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