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I hold a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Aarhus University in 1989 and a PhD degree also from Aarhus University in 1994.
I have been employed at Aarhus University from 1989 to 2014, with the exception of a position at Lancaster University from 1995 to 1996. I have worked at the Alexandra Institute as Distinguished Participatory Designer since October 2014.
Since 1997 I have primarily worked as a project manager and user involvement expert on a number of national and international research and development projects.
The major projects include:
In terms of research I have always focused on Participatory Design and Computer Supported Cooperative Design, and during the last 15 years also on Pervasive Computing.
I work primarily with IT support of control and coordination of preparedness and health care more generally.
Right now I am deeply involved in the development of the Prehospital Patient Record (PPJ) where we (CSC, Judex, Alexandra Institute, Atea, RadioCom) develop digital and mobile records for the entire pre-hospital units (call centers, ambulances, emergency medical cars, emergency units, etc.)
I have more than 20 years’ experience with intensive user involvement and 'participatory design' in many different domains.
Innovation & project management
I have extensive experience with management of experimental projects with focus on innovation, but also with focus on how to make things work.
Support for overview & cooperation
Comprehensive theoretical and practical insight into how to support control and coordination for the emergency personnel in general. This is the main specialization area of the @aGlance project.