Since 2017, nurses have been an integrated part of the Center for Surgical Science. Interdisciplinary research brings synergy into the team and underlines the importance of multiple perspectives in research.
In research, we focus on the patients perspectives before and after sugery. Within a perspective of personalized medicine, we aim to individualize care and follow-up by meeting patient’s needs and values. Our research is founded in clinical practice and include the clinical nurse specialists in the Department of Surgery. We use qualitative and quantitative research designs whenever appropriate.
- Marian Christin Petersen, DMSc, Assistant Professor, Clinical Nurse Specialist
During my lectureship from 2022 – 2027, my research is focused in the field of patient’s health literacy and nursing documentation. Investigated in the project ‘Uniform documentation of needs in individual care includes patient’s health literacy’.
- Marianne Krogsgaard, MHs, PhD, Postdoc, Clinical Nurse Specialist
In my Postdoc from 2023-2027, my research is focused on parastomal bulging in the project ‘Parastomal Bulging Intervention – Development, test and evaluation of a nursing intervention for identification, assessment and management of symptoms’.