The Research Unit of Orthopedic Nursing is an evidence- and knowledge generating research unit that focuses on patient-centered care of the orthopedic patient.
The unit is responsible for research, supervision - and teaching of the orthopedic nurses who are involved in a mono- or multi-disciplinary development or research project based on clinical issues related to the orthopedic patient.
Our research profile is inspired by action research as a method which allows research and development simultaneously and thus in close cooperation between the clinical field and the research unit.
- Management and organization, including learning in practice
- Clinical Research and Development
We aim at a high degree of user involvement in the projects and our perception of evidence includes segments from classic science as well as from human- and social sciences. This gives a wide perspective of understanding what is at stake for people in sickness and in health and for people working at the hospital. Research is conducted locally, nationally and internationally.
Read more about our projects and publications here.
Research nurse, cand. pæd. anth., Ph.D. student
Trine Schifter Larsen (currently on leave until 1st of October 2019)
Head of the unit. Responsible for the research effort and strategy.
Ph.D. student in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery in collaboration with the Clinical Research Centre and Roskilde University Centre.
The research project is about sleep as health promoting for elderly patients undergoing hospitalization and rehabilitation at home.
Academic officer, cand. negot.
Responsible for coordinating the Postgraduate Education Program as well as coordinating and leading specific projects. Carries out other academic work assignments such as communication tasks and funding applications.
Clinical nurse specialist and quality coordinator, MHH
Partly responsible for specific projects. Responsible for linking the research to the general strategies of Hvidovre Hospital and Region Hovedstaden regarding the growth of quality and research.
Registered nurse, RN
Teaches at the unit's Postgraduate Education Program, supervises development projects and participates in design and data collection on research projects.
Research nurse, cand.scient.san., Ph.D. student
Pia Søe Lytken Jensen (currently on leave)
Ph.D. student in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in collaboration with the Clinical Research Centre and the University of Copenhagen. The research project is about nutrition efforts for the amputated patient.
Senior head nurse
Holds the final overseeing responsibility.