Latest Publications (IPM affiliated researchers Bold):

Flensborg-Madsen T, Mortensen EL. Infant SES as a predictor of personality--is the association mediated by intelligence? PLoS One. 2014;9:e103846.
No summaries available

Ramzan S, Hansen EH, Nørgaard LS, Arevalo LC, Jacobsen R. Validation of the Danish translation of the Medicine Knowledge Questionnaire among elementary school children. Res Social Adm Pharm. 2014;10:918-922.

Summaries (Eng/Danish)
The study assessed reliability and validity of the Danish translation of a Finish questionnaire to be used to assess the outcomes of the pilot project on education about safe medicine use for children  in elementary schools in the Nordic countries.
Dette studium har valideret en dansk oversættelse af et Finks spørgeskema, som skal bruges for at evaluere resultater fra Skole Medicin Project. Projektet introducerer undervisning om sikkert medicinbrug til elever i folkeskoler i de Nordiske lande.

Wildenschild C, Riis AH, Ehrenstein V, Heitmann BL, Hatch EE, Wise LA, Rothman KJ, Sørensen HT, Mikkelsen EM. Weight at birth and subsequent fecundability: a prospective cohort study. PLoS One. 2014;9:e95257.

Summaries (Eng/Danish)
Low weight at birth is associated with earlier onset of puberty, as well as abnormalities in ovarian development and functioning among adolescent girls, but our data did not support that birth weight was an important determinant of fecundability in adult life.

Lav fødselsvægt er associeret med tidlig pubertet og påvirker udvikling og funktion af æggestokkene hos piger. Vores undersøgelser fandt dog, at fødselsvægt ikke væsentligt påvirkede forplantningsevnen som voksen.


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Læs nedenfor/se film om de fantastiske skolelægejournaler fra Stadsarkivet, som instituttet har arbejdet på at gøre brugbare til forskning siden 1980'erne - og har brugt til forskning siden!

http://www.kbharkiv.dk/nyheder/for-arkivbrugere/sundhedsforskning-i-arkivmateriale

 


Latest update: November 26, 2014



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