Center for Sundhed og Samfund, Øster Farimagsgade
1014 København K
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
Telephone +45 20428979 - e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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.