Forskningsenheden for Almen Praksis
Curriculum Vitae Hanne Hollnagel pensioneret praktiserende læge, professor dr.med. Tidligere leder af Forskningsenheden.
Born 1942, MD University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 1969, specialist in general practice since 1983, Dr.med.Sci Copenhagen/Denmark 1985
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1969-75 working in hospitals
1976-77 Research fellow at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine - 6 months course in epidemiology and medical statistics.
1977-79 Research fellowship
1982-2007 Working as general practitioner/family physician in own group practice in Copenhagen parttime
1979-95 Associate Professor at Institute of General Practice, University of Copenhagen -halftime
1993-1996 Visiting Professor at Section for General Practice, Department of Public Health and Primary Health Care, University of Bergen, Norway.
1995- 1999 Full time Professor in general practice/family medicine and head of Section for General Practice, Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen, combined with one day a week clinical work.
1995-1999 member of the Danish Medical Research Council
1999-2007: Research Director and head of Central Research Unit of General Practice in Copenhagen
From 2008 after retirement: Associated to the Research Unit of General Practice as parttime senior researcher/consultant
Areas of own research
- Longitudinal epidemiological survey of a general population cohort born 1936 and health examined at age 40, 45, 50, and 60 years. My doctoral thesis is about the most common health problems in the population. I am especially interested in self-rated health and ‘risks and health resources’ being analysed with follow-up data.
- Research in general practice about reasons for contact, diagnosis, and activities.
- Qualitative research in general practice about clinical communication in order to shift the attention of the general practitioner from risk factors to self-assessed health resources.
Published 100 numbers. Of these approximately 70 scientific papers with own research in peer-reviewed medical journals.