Kristine Rasmussen

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BACKGROUND The world is short of 7.2 million health-care workers and this figure is growing. The shortage of teachers is even greater, which limits traditional education modes. eLearning may help overcome this training need. Offline eLearning is useful in remote and resource-limited settings with poor internet access. To inform investments in offline(More)
BACKGROUND Health systems worldwide are facing shortages in health professional workforce. Several studies have demonstrated the direct correlation between the availability of health workers, coverage of health services, and population health outcomes. To address this shortage, online eLearning is increasingly being adopted in health professionals'(More)
OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence of conflicts of interest (COIs) among Danish physicians who are authors of clinical drug trial reports and determine the extent of undisclosed COIs in trial publications. DESIGN Cross-sectional study. SETTING The 100 most recent drug trial reports with at least one Danish non-industry employed physician author(More)
INTRODUCTION In 2001, a Cochrane review of mammography screening questioned whether screening reduces breast cancer mortality, and a more comprehensive review in Lancet, also in 2001, reported considerable overdiagnosis and overtreatment. This led to a heated debate and a recent review of the evidence by UK experts intended to be independent. OBJECTIVE To(More)
Design We searched EMBASE for papers with at least 1 Danish author. Two assessors included the 100 most recent papers of drug trials published in international journals that adhere to the ICMJE’s manuscript guidelines. For each paper, 2 assessors independently extracted data on trial characteristics and author COI. We calculated the prevalence of disclosed(More)
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