Mette has been a part of CIMT for several years, and she has a close collaboration with the clinical research group.Mette’s continued relation with CIMT ensures the continuation of her work with i.a. Jane Clemensen and Dorthe Boe Danbjørg about user driven innovation and the theoretical development of the research design of participatory design.
In her research, Mette has particularly focused on brittle bone disease (osteoporosis) and the influence of the disorder on the patient. In recent years, Mette has also focused on patient/user involvement along with the use and development of technology.
As a senior researcher for CIMT, Mette Juel Rothmann contributes her close connection to the clinic (endocrinology and rheumatology) and to the Steno Diabetes Centre Odense – SDCO.
METTE’S CURRENT PROJECTS
- Treatment of patients with severe osteoporosis supported by telemedicine
The project is Mette’s postdoctoral project.
- Bone health – Engaging the citizen and patient: enhancing e-health literacy through preference-based decision support
Project group: researcher Mette Kjer Kaltoft, professor emeritus Jack Dowie and postdoctoral Anne Sorknæs.
- Virtual consultations in diabetes care: A user-centred approach for design and development
- Mom-IT: An innovative IT-solution for maternal weight loss after birth
A PhD project by Pernille Kjærgaard Christiansen. Mette Juel Rothmann is co-supervisor on the project.
- Solo mothers – How to support them during pregnancy and prepare them for childbirth and parenthood
Research group: Associate Professor Anette Werner, Assistant Professor Dorthe Boe Danbjørg, Associate Professor Mette Juel Rothmann, MA Henriette Svendstrup Jensen, Henriette Mørkholm.
- The evaluation of My Hospital
The evaluation is carried out at the pituitary clinic in collaboration with the unit for Medical Technology Assesment at OUH.