Nikolas Christensen

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Curriculum Vitae

Nikolas Christensen d.o.b. June 27. 1982

Education:

2011 MD, University of Southern Denmark (June 2011)
2007 Bachelor of Science, Physical Education, University of Southern Denmark

International peer-reviewed papers:

Christensen N, Andersen H, Garne E, Wellesley D, Addor MC, Haeusler M, Khoshnood B,
Mullaney C, Rankin J, Tucker D.
Atrioventricular septal defects among infants in Europe: a
population-based study of prevalence, associated anomalies, and survival. Cardiol Young. 2012;27:1-8. [Epub ahead of print]

Current and previous employments:

Febuary 2014 - PhD student, The Research Unit at H.C. Andersen’s Child Hospital, University of Southern Denmark
August 2013 – January 2014 MD, Child and adolescent psychiatric center, Glostrup Hospital
August 2012 – July 2013 MD, Pediatric department, Hjoerring Hospital
January 2012 – July 2012 MD, General practitioner, Lægerne Christina Rasmussen & Lene Hartmann, Strøby Egede Center
July 2011 – December 2012 MD, Emergency department, Koege Hospital.

Trade union representative at the Pediatric Department, Hjoerring Hospital.

Postgraduate education:

2011 – 2013 Courses for current and previous employments
2012 European Pediatric Life Support
2012 Emergency pediatrics
2012 DSPAP meeting on Asthma and Allergy
2012 Symposium on Epilepsy (Philadelphia Epilepsihospital)
2013 Course for Trade Union Representatives (Yngre Laeger)


Congress attendance:

2012 Congress for research by Medical Students – Oral presentation

Teaching experience:

2008 – 2011 Instructor for the Laboratory of Clinical Skills, University Hospital of Southern Denmark

Research areas

  • Pediatrics

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Research Output

  • Association Between Mode of Delivery and Risk of Infection in Early Childhood: A Cohort Study

    Christensen, N., Søndergaard, J., Christesen, H. T., Fisker, N. & Husby, S., Apr 2018, In : Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. 37, 4, p. 316-323

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