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Tema 2: At designe e-l ring - didaktiske perspektiver p uddannelsesdesign og didaktiske design
Jens Jrgen Hansen
L?ring og Medier , 2012,
Abstract: Artiklen beskriver hvordan man som uddannelsesinstitution og som underviser kan arbejde med at desgine e-l ring. E-l rings-begrebet s ttes ind i dels en organisationskonstekst, hvor begrebet indg r i en en uddannelsesinsitutions uddannelsesdesign, og i en undervisningskontekst, hvor det indg r i en undervisers udformning af didaktiske design. Artiklen har baggrund i case om uddannelsesinstitutionen NetAus (netbaseret akademiuddannelse) arbejde med udvikle e-l ringskoncepter. I casen beskrives et eksperiment om brug og udvikling af studieplaner som didaktisk v rkt j.
Implementering af e-l ring ved danske universiteter
Jens D?rup,Jrgen Gomme,Ambrosia Hansen,Birgitte Heiberg
Tidsskriftet for Universiteternes Efter- og Videreuddannelse , 2005,
Abstract: F rste gang publiceret i UNEV nr. 6: Organisering af e-l ring, oktober - december 2005, red. J rgen Gomme, Birgitte heiberg, Jens D rup og Ambrosia Hansen. ISSN 1603-5518. Lige siden de f rste computere kom til landet har der v ret projekter, som tilsigtede at underst tte undervisning og l ring ved hj lp af IKT. Underst ttelsen har varieret som en bred vifte af forskellige former for medieanvendelse og grader af interaktion. Tilsvarende er diverse former for IKT-st ttet undervisning og l ring med forskellige betegnelser dukket op: Computer-Based Training (CBT), Computer Assisted Learning (CAL), Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), Web-based Learning (WBL), blended learning, online l ring, fleksibel l ring, fjernundervisning, distribueret og ben uddannelse, m. fl.
Tema nr. 6, 2005
Jrgen Gomme,Ambrosia Hansen,Jens D?rup,Birgitte Heiberg
Tidsskriftet for Universiteternes Efter- og Videreuddannelse , 2005,
Abstract: Temaet s ger at belyse strategier og erfaringer med planl gning, rganisering og implementering af e-l ring ved danske universiteter. Form let med temaet er at unders ge: - hvorfor de enkelte institutioner har iv rkssat e-l ringsinitiativer - hvilke strategier der ligger bag e-l ringsinitiativerne - den f lles sum af erfaringer fra disse initiativer
A Modified Treatment Failure Classification System with Complete and Exhaustive Accounting of Any Adverse Events Related to the Previous Percutaneous Coronary Intervention  [PDF]
Anders M. Gall?e, Jrgen L. Jeppesen, S?ren Boesgaard, John Godtfredsen, Niels Bligaard, Jens F. Lassen, Henning Kelb?k, Anders Junker, Jan Ravkilde, Peter Riis Hansen, Carsten T. Larsen, Ghita B. Stephansen, Ulrik Abildgaard
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2014.49051

Objectives: To determine the clinical outcome related to treatment failure of the percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) itself. Background: When considering the addition of PCI to the medical treatment of angina, it is necessary to know the balance between the benefit and the risk of the PCI itself, but the latter remains unknown. The usual outcome measures are imprecise because they contain events unrelated to the previous PCI and because some events clearly caused by PCI treatment failures are omitted. Methods: In total, 2098 unselected patients were randomized to receive either sirolimus-(n = 1065) or paclitaxel-(n = 1033) eluting coronary stents and followed for five years in the SORT OUT II. Any death, cardiac death, myocardial infarction (MI), stent thrombosis and documented stenosis was classified and combined to a “patient oriented clinical outcome” (POCO), the classical “major adverse cardiac events” (MACE) and the new “PCI-treatment oriented clinical outcome” (TOCO). Results: POCO occurred in 746 patients (35.6%), MACE in 467 patients (22.3%) and TOCO in 293 patients (14.0%), thus TOCO amounted to 39% of the POCO and to 63% of the MACE. Conclusion: By introduction of the present PCI treatment failure classification system, the clinical outcome of PCI-treatment itself may be credulously estimated by the rate of TOCO and eventually PCI is substantially better than what might be perceived from the classically used POCO and MACE rates.

Influence of GLP-1 on Myocardial Glucose Metabolism in Healthy Men during Normo- or Hypoglycemia
Michael Gejl, Susanne Lerche, Annette Mengel, Niels M?ller, Bo Martin Bibby, Kamille Smidt, Birgitte Brock, Hanne S?ndergaard, Hans Erik B?tker, Albert Gjedde, Jens Juul Holst, S?ren Baarsgaard Hansen, Jrgen Rungby
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0083758
Abstract: Background and Aims Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) may provide beneficial cardiovascular effects, possibly due to enhanced myocardial energetic efficiency by increasing myocardial glucose uptake (MGU). We assessed the effects of GLP-1 on MGU in healthy subjects during normo- and hypoglycemia. Materials and Methods We included eighteen healthy men in two randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled cross-over studies. MGU was assessed with GLP-1 or saline infusion during pituitary-pancreatic normo- (plasma glucose (PG): 4.5 mM, n = 10) and hypoglycemic clamps (PG: 3.0 mM, n = 8) by positron emission tomography with 18fluoro-deoxy-glucose (18F-FDG) as tracer. Results In the normoglycemia study mean (± SD) age was 25±3 years, and BMI was 22.6±0.6 kg/m2 and in the hypoglycemia study the mean age was 23±2 years with a mean body mass index of 23±2 kg/m2. GLP-1 did not change MGU during normoglycemia (mean (+/? SD) 0.15+/?0.04 and 0.16+/?0.03 μmol/g/min, P = 0.46) or during hypoglycemia (0.16+/?0.03 and 0.13+/?0.04 μmol/g/min, P = 0.14). However, the effect of GLP-1 on MGU was negatively correlated to baseline MGU both during normo- and hypoglycemia, (P = 0.006, r2 = 0.64 and P = 0.018, r2 = 0.64, respectively) and changes in MGU correlated positively with the level of insulin resistance (HOMA 2IR) during hypoglycemia, P = 0.04, r2 = 0.54. GLP-1 mediated an increase in circulating glucagon levels at PG levels below 3.5 mM and increased glucose infusion rates during the hypoglycemia study. No differences in other circulating hormones or metabolites were found. Conclusions While GLP-1 does not affect overall MGU, GLP-1 induces changes in MGU dependent on baseline MGU such that GLP-1 increases MGU in subjects with low baseline MGU and decreases MGU in subjects with high baseline MGU. GLP-1 preserves MGU during hypoglycemia in insulin resistant subjects. ClinicalTrials.gov registration numbers: NCT00418288: (hypoglycemia) and NCT00256256: (normoglycemia).
Decomposition of sources of income-related health inequality applied on SF-36 summary scores: a Danish health survey
Jens Gundgaard, Jrgen Lauridsen
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7525-4-53
Abstract: Data were from a Danish health survey on health status, health behaviour and socio-economic background. Decompositions of concentration indices were carried out to examine the sources of income-related inequality in physical and mental health, using the physical and mental health summary scores from SF-36.The analyses show how the different subscales from SF-36 and various explanatory variables contribute to overall inequality in physical and mental health. The decompositions contribute with information about the importance of the different aspects of health and off-setting effects that would otherwise be missed in the aggregate summary scores. However, the complicated scoring mechanism of the summary scores with negative coefficients makes it difficult to interpret the contributions and to draw policy implications.Decomposition techniques provide insights to how subscales contribute to income-related inequality when SF-36 summary scores are used.Equality in health is among the main objectives of health policy in many countries [1-3]. The present study considers the SF-36 instrument which is frequently used in health assessments or in health surveys to monitor health outcome as health-related quality of life (HRQoL). SF-36 has become one of the most widely used measures of health status [4,5], and has also been used in studies of health inequalities [6-10]. The SF-36 consists of 8 scales for different dimensions of health. The 8 scales can be summarised into two summary scores for physical and mental health, respectively. If the summary scores are used as health status measures for the purpose of measuring inequality indices, it is relevant to be informed about the sources of health and inequality in health in order to be able to target the specific aspects of health with the largest potential impacts. The objective of this paper is to apply decomposition techniques to the two summary scores from SF-36 when concentration indices are used as measures for income-relat
Mapping class group representations from Drinfeld doubles of finite groups
Jens Fjelstad,Jürgen Fuchs
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We investigate representations of mapping class groups of surfaces that arise from the untwisted Drinfeld double of a finite group G, focusing on surfaces without marked points or with one marked point. We obtain concrete descriptions of such representations in terms of finite group data. This allows us to establish various properties of these representations. In particular we show that they have finite images, and that for surfaces of genus at least 3 their restriction to the Torelli group is non-trivial iff G is non-abelian.
Om fors gsarbejde med medieundervisning
Jrgen Poulsen,Jrgen Bang,Carsten Hansen,Ida Westh
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1989,
Abstract: Om fors gsarbejde med medieundervisning
Jrgen Poulsen,Jrgen Bang,Carsten Hansen,Anne Hjort
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1985,
Jrgen Poulsen,Jrgen Bang,Carsten Hansen,Ida Westh
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1986,
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