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Anna Thit Johnsen
Anna Thit Johnsen is a researcher in psychooncology and palliative care, and is Associate Professor at Department of Psychology, The University of Southern Denmark. She graduated from Copenhagen University in 2002 and received her PhD degree from the same place in 2008. While doing her PhD and her postdoc she was employed at Department of Palliative Care, Bispebjerg Hospital.
Anna has more than 40 peer-reviewed international journal papers. She has been engaged in a number of intervention projects with the aim of improving quality of life and care for patients with cancer. She is skilled in the process of developing questionnaires and involving patients and the public in research.
In 2019 Anna became part of the DIAdIC Team form Denmark.
Orcid ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0753-9634
Profile at University of Southern Denmark: https://portal.findresearcher.sdu.dk/en/persons/atjohnsen
Mogens Groenvold, MD, PhD, DSci, is Professor of Palliative Care and Patient-Reported Outcomes (PRO’s) at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, where he mainly teaches questionnaire methodology. He is consultant and leads the Palliative Care Research Unit established in 1998 at Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital in Copenhagen.
Mogens’ research focuses on the development and application of PRO’s in palliative care and oncology. This includes several intervention studies, the establishment of the national Danish Palliative Care Database, and international studies such the EU-funded ACTION trial of Advance Care Planning in oncology. He has been an active member of the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) Quality of Life Group since 1989, was its chair 2011-2014, and is still extensive involved in its work.
In DIAdIC, Mogens leads Work Package 5, ’Preparatory activities for and piloting the data collection’.
Profile at University of Copenhagen: https://portal.findresearcher.sdu.dk/en/persons/173742
Line Lund, MSc in public health, PhD, is employed as researcher at the Palliative Care Research Unit at Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital, Copenhagen, and has a postdoc position at the University of Copenhagen.
Line’s primary fields of research and interests include cancer caregivers, psychosocial interventions, specialised palliative care, and development and validation of questionnaires.
In DIAdIC, Line has temporarily taken over the task for Caroline Moeller Arnfeldt (while on maternity leave) as responsible for the daily management of the DIAdIC project in Denmark.
Caroline Moeller Arnfeldt
Caroline Moeller Arnfeldt, MSc in anthropology, is PhD student at the University of Copenhagen and the Palliative Care Research Unit at Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital, Copenhagen.
Caroline’s primary fields of research include specialised palliative care, advance care planning, complex interventions, questionnaire development, and qualitative methods.
In DIAdIC, Caroline is responsible for the daily management of the project in Denmark.