Annette De Thurah

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Contact information
Annette de Thurah
Department of Clinical Medicine - Section for Rheumatology
Palle Juul Jensens Boulevard
DK-8200 Aarhus N

Mobile: +45 29120722
E-mail: annethur@rm.d, at@ph.au.dk

 
AUprofile: http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/at@ph.au.dk 

Born: January 7, 1960

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0103-4328

Educationand training
2010: PhD in Medicine, Faculty ofHealth Sciences, Aarhus University
2002: Master of Public Health, Aarhus University1996: Diploma Degree in management, Aarhus University1986: Nurse, Nursing School, Hvidovre Hospital,Copenhagen

 

Academic positions
01.03.2018->: Associate professor, Department ofClinical Medicine, Aarhus University and Department of Rheumatology, AarhusUniversity Hospital, DK.
01.02.2016->: External lecturer, Department of PublicHealth, Aarhus University, DK
2012-16: Methodologist, Danish Health Authority, NationalClinical Guidelines, DK.
2011-15: Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health,Aarhus University, DK.

Scientificcompetences
Research profile:
Patient Reported Outcome, Tele-medicine, Models of Care,Epidemiology, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Health Services Research

Courses: 
2009: Aarhus University: Advanced Epidemiology. Held by Tim Lash, Boston University School of Public Health, Massachusetts, USA

2012: University Teaching Methods, Aarhus University

2012: Supervision of PhD students
2012: Aarhus University: Issues and methods in pharmaco-epidemiology. Held by Till Strümer, Professor of Epidemiology,University of North Carolina, at Chapel Hill, USA

2018: Research Management, Aarhus University


Leadership and administrative experience (selected):

2018-23: Member of the Scientific Committee of Foundation for Research in Rheumatology (FOREUM)

2018-19: Past Chair of the EULAR Standing Committee of Health professionals in Rheumatology (ESCHPR)

2016-18: Chair of the ESCHPR

2013-16: Co-opted member of ESCHPR

Referee:
2010-2019: Arthritis Care & Research, Annals of Rheumatic Diseases & Scandinavian J of Rheumatology 
2017-: Member of the Editorial Board, RMD-open

Organizing committees:

2012-18: Member of the EULAR Scientific Program Committee

2013-18: Member of the Sci sub committee ESCHPR

2016-19: Member of the EULAR executive committee

2016-18: Member of the EULAR chair of the chairs committee

2016-18: Member of the EULAR: 'don't delay-connect today' campaign working group

2017-18: Member of the EULAR strategy 2018-23 working group

Project leader and primary investigator:
2014-17: The Telemedicine Rheumatoid Arthritis Trail, TeRA
2018-      Early Rheumatoid Arthritis:Pathways to treatment (ERAPT)



Scientific publications (summary)
Total number of publications: 45 (Published in Journals such as Arthritis Care and Research and Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases)
First Author: 10 per reviewed articles
Last Author: 13 peer reviewed articles
Co-author: 22 peer reviewed articles
H index:18 (Google Scholar January 2021)
Total number of citations (Web of Science): 517

Please visit:  http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/at@ph.au.dkfor a complete list.

Presentations and other activities
Please visit: http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/at@ph.au.dkfor a complete list.

Research grants

Total funding 2014-20: DKK 5.950.097

2020: Tryg fonden: DKK 2.475.329: E-learning as patient education for people with rheumatoid arthritis

2020: The research foundation, general practisce: DKK: 100.000 

2019: The foundation for general practice: DKK 100.000 for the project: Early Arthritis Pathway to treatment.

2019: The Danish Rheumatism association: DKK 100.000 for the project: Early Arthritis Pathway to treatment.

2018: The Health Foundation, Denmark: DKK 109.000 forthe project: Health Economy, Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, TeRA. The NovoNordic Foundation: DKK 495.000 for the project: Web-based patient education inRA. Praksisforskningsfonden: DKK 580.000 for the project: Early ArthritisPathway to Treatment
2017
The Danish Rheumatism Association: DKK 88,000 for theproject: Health Economy, Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, TeRA.
Novartis: DKK 300,000 for the project: Development of aDecision Aid Tool for Early Detection of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
The MVU funds, Aarhus University Hospital: DKK 150,000 to the project: Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, TeRA, Health Literacy.
2015
The Danish Rheumatism Association: DKK 100,000 for the project: Cardiovascular Riskfactors 3-5 years Before Diagnosis of RheumatoidArthritis.The Novo Nordisk Foundation: DKK 286,000 for the project:Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, TeRA.
The Danish Rheumatism Association: DKK 100,000 for the project: Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, TeRA. The Hede Nielsen Family Foundation: DKK 25,000 for theproject: Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, TeRA. The MVU funds, Aarhus University Hospital: DKK 264,000for the project: Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, the Patient’s Perspective.
2014
The Research Foundation, Central Denmark Region: DKK 290,000 for the project: Telemedicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis, TeRA. The MVU funds, Aarhus University Hospital: DKK 87,768 for the project: Transition from child to adult care, Juvenile Arthritis.

Teaching and supervision

2021 (Start): PhD, 1 ongoing (Main supervisor)

2019 (Start): PhD, 1 ongoing (Main supervisor)

2019 (Start): PhD, 1 ongoing

2016 (Start): PhD, 1, completed (Main supervisor)

2015 (Start): PhD, 2, completed

2014 (End): PhD, 1, completed.

2014: One-year pre-graduate research projects: 1, completed.

2011-20: Master dissertations, Institute of Public Health,Aarhus University: 13.

2006-17: Post graduate teaching, Institute of Public Health,Aarhus University >350 hours.