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Morten Deleuran Terkildsen

Morten Deleuran Terkildsen
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Doctor of Philosophy

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August 2020 - present
Aarhus University Hospital Psychiatry
Position
  • Senior Researcher

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Publications (18)
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Background and objectives There is sparse evidence that modern hospital architecture designed to prevent violence and self-harm can prevent restrictive practices (RP). We examine if the use of RPs was reduced by the structural change of relocating a 170-year-old psychiatric university hospital (UH) in Central Denmark Region (CDR) to a new modern pu...
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This article investigates how patients in forensic psychiatric wards in Denmark experienced the changes made to their everyday lives caused by COVID-19 prevention measures during the pandemic in 2020–2021. We used a qualitative ethnographic approach for collecting data and analyzed them using an inductive thematic approach. The empirical dataset co...
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Aim: To describe changes in distress among Danish hospital-based nurses during the early month of the COVID-19 pandemic and to examine predictors of distress and turnover intentions. Background: Outbreak of infectious diseases such as the COVID-19 pandemic can increase the likelihood that health professionals suffer from poor mental health even...
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2020 saw the rapid onset of a global pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. For healthcare systems worldwide, the pandemic called upon quick organization ensuring treatment and containment measures for the new virus disease. Nurses were seen as constituting a vital instrumental professional component in this study. Due to the pandemic's unpredict...
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Background. In March 2020, the viral disease COVID-19 was declared a pandemic. Studies have shown that nurses are particularly vulnerable to developing adverse psychological reactions during a pandemic. Purpose. The purpose of the study was to investigate the mental health among nurses in Danish hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic and to investi...
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What is known on the subject? • Frontline forensic mental health staff often face challenges when providing recovery-orientated care, as they must balance between caring for the forensic psychiatric patient and at the same time ensuring safety and security for all other patients and staff at the ward. • Research shows that balancing between care an...
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Introduction In recovery-oriented care, forensic psychiatric nurses must engage in care relationships with patients (FPs) while focusing on ward security. Online video games (OVG) may provide a platform for negotiating power and social relations. Studies showing how OVG interventions may influence power balances in forensic psychiatric care are nee...
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Introduction Recently video gaming, have attracted considerable attention for its possible beneficial therapeutic effects, the possibility for testing behavior in safe artificial environments and as a tool for professionals and patients to build specific competencies for the everyday life. Also, a substantial amount of research suggests that videog...
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Introduction Recovery orientated care emphasizes equality in relations. Forensic psychiatric professionals need to engage in care-relationships with patients in ways where power is symmetrically distributed among them. However, professionals also need to focus on security at the ward. This promotes patient-professional power-relations that are asym...
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The last decade has seen a range of health policy initiatives relating to personalised medicine. There is an emerging body of studies that demonstrates the continued importance of states in the development of personalised medicine. This paper contributes to this literature by focusing on how political discourses construct the role of states in pers...
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In Denmark, as in many other Western countries, a small group of people are major hospital users and account for a large proportion of health care spending. Proactive Health Support (PaHS) is the first national Danish program that aims to reduce health care consumption targeting people at risk of becoming major users of health services. PaHS was pa...
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This study explored the relationship between visions of personalized medicine, for-profit companies, and state governance in the context of an ongoing discussion of “me” vs. “we” medicine. It took its empirical departure in a Scandinavian welfare state, Denmark, and a discourse analysis was conducted based on interviews, documents, webpages, and me...
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Synopsis This dissertation compares cancer genetic counseling in China and Denmark using an anthropological perspective. It uses anthropological theory to argue how ideas of genetic responsibility and demands for responsibility investments may be understood as the products of everyday practices unfolding within local worlds. Finding very different...
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This paper investigates the challenges of integrating patient experiences in patient involving health care interventions. Experience occupying a central importance is often perceived to be something inherent to the patient to be communicated to the health professional during conversations. Yet drawing on empirical material from an ‘Intercultural He...
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Introduction: Many highly formalised approaches to coordination poorly fit public health and recent studies call for coordination based on complex adaptive systems. Our contribution is two-fold. Empirically, we focus on public health, and theoretically we build on the patient perspective and treat coordination as a process of contingent, two-level...

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To study the interaction between hospital architecture and mental health with a specific focus upon the field of forensic psychiatry.