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Frederik A. Gildberg

Professor (Associate) & Head of Research, Lecturer in Forensic Mental Health, PhD, MScN, RN. CPS, Institute of Regional Health Research, Faculty of Health Science, University of Southern Denmark. Lecturer & Head of Research, Dept. of Psychiatry Middelfart, Region of Southern Denmark.

– Hi my name is Frederik. Currently I am doing research in the field of Forensic Psychiatric Nursing and on this website I intend to display a profile of me and the work I do. If you are working in the same field as I or if you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

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Disagreement in Satisfaction Between Patients and Providers in the Use of Videoconferences by Depressed Adults

Christensen, L. F., Gildberg, F., Sibbersen, C., Skjøth, M. M., Nielsen, C. T. & Hansen, J. P.  2019. Disagreement in satisfaction between patients and providers in the use of videoconferences by depressed adults. In: Telemedicine and e-Health. doi: 10.1089/tmj.2019.0055 Publikation: Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Published online! More…

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New article published!

Approaching the religious patient in forensic psychiatry, with special focus on ethnic minority patients Ethnic minority patients are overrepresented in Danish forensic psychiatry and knowledge is needed on how these patients are approached in relation to religious and cultural issues. The aim of this study was to investigate how psychiatrists in Danish forensic psychiatry approach …

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New article published! – Does ‘subalternalizing’ religious patients mean they do not exist?

Nissen, R.D., Gildberg, F.A., Hvidt, N.C. 2019. Approaching the Religious Patient in Secular Psychiatry: Does ‘subalternalizing’ religious patients mean they do not exist? The Archives for the Psychology of Religion. https://doi.org/10.1177/0084672419868770 Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Published!

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Published: Searching for qualitative health research required several databases and alternative search strategies – Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

Objective: Retrieving the qualitative literature can be challenging, but the number and specific choice of databases are key factors. The aim of the present study is to provide guidance for the choice of databases for retrieving qualitative health research. Study Design and Setting: Seventy-one qualitative systematic reviews, from the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and …

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