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Name: Ellen Moseholm Larsen

 

Title: PhD student

 

Current position: PhD student

 

Education:

2004: Bachelor in Nursing, Frederiksborg Amts Sygeplejeskole

2009: Master of Health Science, Faculty of Health Science, University of Copenhagen

2013: PhD student at Faculty of Health Science, University of Copenhagen September 1st.

 

Research Experience:

Ellen Moseholm Larsen has several years of experience working with International Clinical Trial coordination and management in compliance with GCP, including regulatory and pharmacovigilance aspects. Ellen has previously been the project manager on an international mixed methods research project. As part of this project Ellen has conducted semi-structured interviews at different European Infectious disease departments. The main focus in Ellens work has been HIV and infectious disease studies.

 

Ellen has also initiated an epidemiological study concerning morbidity among HIV-negative children born by HIV-positive mothers in Denmark. This project is a collaboration between Rigshospitalet and Hvidovre Hospital. The preliminary results from this project were presented at The 4th international workshop on HIV and Women in Washington DC January 2014.  

 

Currently Ellen is working on her dissertation. The overall purpose of the dissertation is to investigate factors associated with health-related quality of life in patients with non-specific symptoms, who undergo a diagnostic work for cancer, and their experience of the process. This is a mixed methods study, consisting of a quantitative survey and a qualitative interview study, with patients who undergo a diagnostic work-up in the Diagnostic Unit.    

 

Research Interest:

Health – related quality of life in patients undergoing a diagnostic work-up for cancer.

Maternal and child health – with a special focus on HIV-exposed, non-infected women

HIV and infectious disease

 

Ongoing Research:

Factors associated with health-related quality of life in patients with non-specific symptoms, who undergo a diagnostic work for cancer, and their experience of the process

Morbidity among HIV exposed uninfected children compared to children not exposed to HIV

 

Communication:

One first author peer-reviewed publication. Several oral presentations at both national and international research conferences.                                                                                                                                  

 

EML/August 2014

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