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CaP Ph.d.-afhandlinger

Center for Forskning i Cancerdiagnostik i Praksis (CaP) blev etableret i 2010 og kørte frem til udgangen af 2018 med forankring ved Forskningsenheden for Almen Praksis i Aarhus. Centret blev støttet med midler fra bl.a. Novo Nordisk Fonden og Kræftens Bekæmpelse. Efter otte gode år med mange vigtige videnskabelige resultater er CaP nu nedlagt som center, men mange af aktiviteterne fortsætter i andet regi ved Forskningsenheden for Almen Praksis i Aarhus: https://feap.au.dk/kraeft/.

Ph.d.-forsvar på CaP

2018

Rikke Aarhus: On time. Anthropological perspectives on early diagnosis and standardized cancer diagnostics

   

Mathias Rædkjær: Impact of comorbidity and socioeconomic position in prognosis, and use of healthcare services before diagnosis in Danish sarcoma patients 2000-2013

      

Esben Næser: Diagnosis, clinical assessment and prognosis in patients with non-specific serious symptoms

 

Jakob Søgaard Juul: Using the faecal immunochemical test in general practice: diagnostic workup of patients with non-alarm symptoms of colorectal cancer

2017

Line Hvidberg: Awareness and beliefs about cancer and barriers to healthcare seeking in the general population.


Bettina Kjær Kristiansen:
Securing follow-up in cervical cancer screening.


Berit Toftegaard:
The impact of a continuing medical education meeting in earlier cancer diagnosis on knowledge, attitude and cancer referral pattern among general practitioners.

2015

Christina Maar Andersen: The association between attachment and delay in the diagnosis of cancer in primary care. 


Louise Mahncke Guldbrandt
: The effect of direct referral for fast CT scan in early lung cander detection in general practice. A clinical, cluster-randomised trial. 


Peter Hjertholm
: Clinical Activity in General Practice and Cancer. 


Mads Lind Ingeman:
 Non-specific symptoms and signs of cancer in general practice ─ access to investigation and diagnostic centres.


Line Flytkjær Jensen:
 Patterns of non-participation in breast cancer screening. 


Henry Jensen:
 Implementation of cancer patient pathways and the association with more timely diagnosis and earlier detection of cancer among incident cancer patients in primary care. 


Camilla Hoffmann Merrild: Parallel lives. Anthropological perspectives on social differences in bodily experiences of sensations and health care seeking practices

2014

Ingen ph.d.-forsvar i 2014.

2013

Thomas Mukai: Using information and communication technology in general practice cancer pathways.

2012

Jette Møller Ahrensberg: Childhood cancer in primary health care – from symptom to treatment.


Mette Bach Larsen:
 Diagnostic delay in cancer patients in the Region of Southern Denmark and the Central Denmark Region.


Christian Nielsen Wulff: 
The Effect of Hospital-Based Case Management in Cancer Care Pathways.

2011

Rikke Sand Andersen: Approaching Patient Delay and Cancer. Anthropological Perspectives on Concepts and Causes. 


Marie Louise Tørring:
 Time from first presentation of symptoms in primary care until diagnosis of cancer: Association with mortality.