Ph.d.-projekt: Projektet vil undersøge, om en teknologisk løsning kan øge patienters og pårørendes handlekompetencer og livskvalitet, og hvorvidt løsningens øgede samarbejde og kontakt mellem patient, pårørende, hjemmepleje og sygehus gør det lettere at håndtere og leve med kronisk hjertesvigt.
PhD project: Through increased cooperation between hospital and the primary sector, the project will increase life quality for patients with severe spasticity by offering treatment with baclofen pumps closer to the patient's home.
Friday, January 17, Charlotte Nielsen will defend her PhD, about supporting patients in the process of their kidney transplant, on SDU and everyone is welcomed to participate. The project is titled The Kidney Transplantation Process – a participatory design study to explore patient involvement and how telehealth can support kidney recipients. The purpose was to create new possibilities to involve patients in the procedure of their kidney transplant by the means of a telemedical solution. The aim was to support patients and their collaboration with the health staff during the process of kidney transplant. The project is built upon the method participatory design with the research group leader at CIMT Jane Clemensen as the main supervisor. The defence will take place at SDU, Winsløv Parken 25 (the auditorium), on January 17, from 2 PM – approximately 4 PM, with a reception afterwards. Registration is not necessary. Assessment committee: Associate Professor Lisbeth Porskrog Kristiansen Department of Health and Caring Science, Faculty of Health and Occupational Studies, University of Gävle Professor Birthe Dinesen Health Science and Technology, Aalborg University Associate professor Dorthe Susanne Nielsen (chairman) Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark READ MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT Project: Kidney transplant
Kunstig intelligens (AI) har potentialet til at kunne øge både effektiviteten og kvaliteten indenfor billeddiagnostik. Projektet vil udvikle og afprøve et AI-værktøj til diagnostik af brystkræft for at sikre tidligere og mere præcis diagnostik, som kan føre til hurtigere igangsættelse af behandling