Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Bjarne Rønde Kristensen
Tel.: +45 6541 2338
Tel.: 45 4043 3366
Anette Lund Frederiksen
Tel.: +45 6541 1846
Tel.: +45 6541 3253
Tel.: +45 6541 2334
Tel.: +45 6541 1634
Tel.: +45 6541 2371
Jan Stener Jørgensen
Tel.: +45 6541 2346
ThThe Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics is one of four specialist departments within gynaecology and obstetrics in the Region of Southern Denmark.
Overall, the highly specialised functions include:
Uterine artery embolisation for leiomyomata
Complicated prolapse and incontinence
Pregnancy with complicated medical or surgical disorders
Overall, the Department is responsible for 24 highly specialised functions, see the new speciality plan.
The department is managed by a lead consultant, a head nurse and a head of midwifery.
The Department's wards, outpatient departments, maternity ward, surgery ward, fertility clinic and other sections are managed by section/clinic management. This management typically comprises a lead consultant as well as a lead nurse and/or a lead midwife.
The department's medical staff (66) comprises:
1 lead consultant
6 professsorships, two of which are guest proffersorships
25 junior physicians
Other staffing (full-time positions) in 2012: Nurses, social and healthcare assistants/nursing aides, midwives, biologists, psychologists, social advisors, laboratory technologists, medical secretaries/clerical assistants, specialist and others Total 407.
Link to the Department's pages on the University of Southern Denmark website
Different aspects of endometriosis
Hormone replacement therapy in peri- and postmenopausal women
Hereditary breast-ovarian cancer
Embolisation of uterine fibroids
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), adiposity and the female hormonal profile
Clinical studies on hormonal factors controlling human female reproduction
In vitro maturation (IVM) of human oocytes in the treatment of infertility (PhD project)
Studies on LH receptor expression in human ovarian granulosa cells
Studies on human embryonal stem cells
Preimplantation genetic disorders
Improvement of procedures for Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI)
Delay in treatment of gynaecologic cancer patients
Psychological aspects in treatment of gynaecologic cancer patients
Translational research. Use of microarray techniques and proteomics in diagnosing and prognostication of women with ovarian cancer
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