Institut for Virksomhedsledelse

Iben Duvald Pedersen

Adjunkt

Profile photoIben Duvald Pedersen
Adjunkt
Institut for Virksomhedsledelse
Postaddresse:
Fuglesangs Allé 4
2610, S329
8210 Aarhus V
Danmark

E-mail: idp@mgmt.au.dk
Mobil: +4521840759
Telefon: +4521840759

Publikationer

Når metoder spiller hinanden gode. En refleksion over hvordan antropologi og aktionsforskning kan kombineres

Duvald, I., 5 nov. 2021, I: Jordens Folk. 56, 2, s. 81-93 13 s.

Using action research and organization design to plan in-home hospital treatment

Duvald, I., nov. 2021, Research in Organizational Change and Development. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing, s. 111-142 32 s. (Research in Organizational Change and Development, Bind 29).

Organisationsdesigns betydning for kvaliteten af patientbehandling

Duvald, I., Konzag, H. & Obel, B., 2021, I: Økonomi og Politik. 2021, 3, s. 50-65 16 s.

Redaktionelt forord

Kristensen, N. H., Duvald, I. & Steno, A. M., apr. 2020, I: Jordens Folk. 55, 1, s. 2-4 3 s.

Risk of death within 7 days of discharge from emergency departments with different organizational models

Møllekær, A., Kirkegaard, H., Vest Hansen, B., Duvald, I., Eskildsen, J. K., Obel, B. & Madsen, B., feb. 2020, I: European Journal of Emergency Medicine. 27, 1, s. 27-32 6 s.

Remote Real-Time Ultrasound Supervision via Commercially Available and Low-Cost Tele-Ultrasound: a Mixed Methods Study of the Practical Feasibility and Users' Acceptability in an Emergency Department

Jensen, S. H., Duvald, I., Aagaard, R., Primdahl, S. C., Petersen, P., Kirkegaard, H. & Weile, J., okt. 2019, I: Journal of Digital Imaging. 32, 5, s. 841-848 8 s.

Exploring reasons for the weekend effect in a hospital emergency department: An information processing perspective

Duvald, I., 2019, I: Journal of Organization Design. 8, 1, 27 s.

Linking the severity of illness and the weekend effect. A cohort study examining emergency department visits

Duvald, I., Møllekær, A., Abitz Boysen, M. & Vest Hansen, B., 5 sep. 2018, I: Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. 26, 72, 15 s.

The organization of Danish emergency departments

Moellekaer, A., Duvald, I., Obel, B., Madsen, B., Eskildsen, J. & Kirkegaard, H., 28 jun. 2018, I: European Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Exploring and explaining the weekend effect in a Danish emergency department

Pedersen, I. D., 19 jun. 2018, Aarhus: Department of Business Development and Technology, Aarhus University. 201 s.

Adverse events and registration practice in an emergency department

Pedersen, I. D., 24 sep. 2017.

Challenges in the collaboration with other departments, weekdays and weekends

Pedersen, I. D., 24 sep. 2017.

Solving shortage with a temporary ‘emergency’ physician – challenges and advantages

Pedersen, I. D., 24 sep. 2017.

Adverse events in an emergency department weekdays and weekends: In: Meeting abstracts from the 7th Danish Emergency Medicine Conference

Pedersen, I. D., 17 mar. 2017, I: Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. 25, 29

The collaboration between the emergency department and the other departments at the hospital as a possible explanation of the weekend effect in an emergency department: In: Meeting abstracts from the 7th Danish Emergency Medicine Conference

Pedersen, I. D., 17 mar. 2017, I: Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. 25, 29

Organiseringen af akutmodtagelserne i Region Sjælland - en rapport fra DESIGN-EM

Pedersen, I. D., Møllekær, A., Kirkegaard, H. & Obel, B., 8 sep. 2016, 72 s.

Organiseringen af akutmodtagelserne i Region Syddanmark - en rapport fra DESIGN-EM

Pedersen, I. D., Møllekær, A., Kirkegaard, H. & Obel, B., 7 jun. 2016, 71 s.

Geographic information system data from ambulances applied in the emergency department: effects on patient reception

Raaber, N., Pedersen, I. D., Riddervold, I. S., Christensen, E. F. & Kirkegaard, H., 31 mar. 2016, I: Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. 24, 39, 9 s.

Organiseringen af akutmodtagelserne i Region Hovedstaden - en rapport fra DESIGN-EM

Pedersen, I. D., Møllekær, A., Kirkegaard, H. & Obel, B., 27 feb. 2016, 70 s.

Prøvehandlinger - En let innovationsmetode

Pedersen, I. D., Jensen, K. E. & Astrup, P., 2 nov. 2015, 1 udg. Gyldendal Business. 30 s.

Organiseringen af akutmodtagelserne i Region Nordjylland - en rapport fra DESIGN-EM

Pedersen, I. D., Møllekær, A., Kirkegaard, H. & Obel, B., 28 aug. 2015, 56 s.

Brugen af prøvehandlinger og mock ups i organiseringen af to akutafdelinger

Pedersen, I. D., 19 jan. 2015, DESIGN-EM – Research Network for Organizational Design and Emergency Medicine. 66 s.

Prøvehandlinger – en metode til at udvikle organisationen: Akutafdelingerne på Hospitalsenhed Midt og Aarhus Universitetshospital har prøvehandlet sig frem på to forskellige måder

Pedersen, I. D. & Kirkegaard, H., 1 nov. 2014, I: Tidsskrift for Dansk Sundhedsvaesen (Online). 90, 7, s. 54-63 10 s., 8.

Organisationsdesign af de fælles akutmodtagelser

Moellekaer, A., Pedersen, I. D., Kirkegaard, H., Dissing Sørensen, P., Eskildsen, J. K. & Obel, B., 2014, Fremtidens hospital. Møller Pedersen, K. & Petersen, N. C. (red.). Munksgaard , s. 251-266

Current position

2021 - Adjunkt
Institut for Virksomhedsledelse

Affilieret med Akutafdelingen, Regionshospitalet Viborg

Academic Qualifications

2018PhD in Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus BSS
2013MSc in Anthropology, Department of Anthropology and Ethnography, Aarhus University Specialization in Innovation, Organization and Work Anthropology
2009BSc in Anthropology, Department of Anthropology and Ethnography, Aarhus University
2008-2009Supplementation in Gender Studies, University of Oslo / University of Copenhagen

Professional Experience

2018-2021Postdoc, ICOA, Institut for Virksomhedsledelse, Aarhus Universitet
2018Research assistant, The Emergency Department, Viborg Regional Hospital, Regional Hospital Central Jutland
2015-2017PhD Fellow School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University. PhD Project Title: Exploring and explaining the weekend effect in a Danish emergency department. My interdisciplinary PhD-project explores whether differences in organizational design and social practices can explain the weekend effect in an Emergency Department. The weekend effect is defined as differences in outcomes (i.e. 30-days mortality, length of stay and number of adverse events) of treatments between patients admitted during weekdays or during the weekends. Affiliations: Department of Business Development and Technology, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University Interdisciplinary Centre for Organizational Architecture (ICOA), School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University DESIGN-EM - Research Network for Organization Design and Emergency Medicine, Aarhus Supervisors: Dr. Oecon Børge Obel, PhD, Professor in Management, Rikke Sand Andersen, PhD, Associate Professor in Anthropology
2013-2014Research assistant, ICOA, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University
2013Student assistant, Department of Anthropology and Ethnography, Aarhus University
2011Freelance author to information folder for new Danish teachers in Greenland, Sermersooq Kommune

Teaching Experience

2021-2022Responsible teacher in Qualitative Methodology at bachelor level. Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
2019-2020Teacher in Qualitative methodology at bachelor level. Department of Management, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University
2015-2018Responsible teacher in 1-2 courses in Qualitative methodology at bachelor level. Department of Business Development and Technology, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University

Language Skills

Danish (native)
English, and German