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A surprising number of patients experience psychological problems after receiving mechanical ventilation.

2014.03.20 | Health and disease

Critical illness increases risk of psychological problems

New research shows that every seventh person who has received mechanical ventilation risks developing anxiety, depression and insomnia. Improved prevention is needed, according to the professor behind the study.

Denmark’s first ISPOR Student Chapter is now being created at AU. It provides the health economists at the university with a strong professional network across the main academic areas and disciplines.

2014.03.20 | PhD students

New network for health economists at Health

PhD student Liv Solvår Nymark from Health has just had her application to start an ISPOR Student Chapter at Aarhus University approved. The network is the first of its kind in Denmark and provides researchers in health economics with a professional community.

2014.03.19 | Research

Great interest in Sustainability – but not in Foods

A new study conducted by MAPP at Aarhus University shows that consumers in Europe are very concerned about the environment. But this concern does not show when they go shopping for groceries.

Thanks to the research funds from the Danish Council for Independent Research, Mette Laursen can travel to Hamburg to further develop her research competencies. Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.

2014.03.25 | People news

Postdoc receives a large grant for research stay in Germany

Mette Laursen from Aarhus University has received a grant of approx. DKK two million from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The grant will finance a two-year stay at EMBL Hamburg where she will carry out research into combating tuberculosis.

2014.03.17 | Administrative

Competence development for employees who are made redundant

Three grants will ensure that competence development courses are available to employees who, unfortunately, are being made redundant as a consequence of budget reductions at Aarhus University.

The analysis panel is satisfied with the final version of the mandate. Photo: Colourbox

2014.03.17 | Policy and strategy

Mandate for the analysis of internal problems now in place

The analysis of internal organisational problems can begin now: the expert group headed by Professor Torben M Andersen has just been given the mandate that will frame the analysis. An internal analysis panel drafted the mandate in cooperation with the senior management team.

Professor Troels Staehelin Jensen is one of the organizers of the symposium.

2014.03.25 | Events

Experts in whiplash visit Aarhus

From 21-23 March, Aarhus University is holding a research symposium on the very diverse consequences of whiplash accidents. A number of the world’s leading experts will be participating.

Danes admitted to hospital with blood poisoning have increased risk of suffering a blood clot, shows new Danish study.

2014.03.14 | Research

Blood poisoning increases the risk of blood clots

Danish researchers are behind the world’s largest study of the correlation between blood poisoning and the risk of blood clots.

Professor Erik Parner researches in the development and use of statistical methods to analyze health data.

2014.03.25 | People news

Prize to biostatistician

Erik Parner from Aarhus University has received the Stata Journal Editors’ Prize 2013.

2014.03.12 | Administrative

Sustainable initiatives that will benefit AU in the long run

The employees’ cost-cutting proposals include a lot of innovative and sustainable initiatives, which will benefit the university in the long run when and if they are implemented. Jørgen Jørgensen commends the work of the administration - via the local liaison committees. They have critically and constructively examined all activities, focusing on…

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