Ingrid Eugenie Egerod

Ingrid Eugenie Egerod

Klinisk Professor

Ingrid Eugenie Egerod
Frederiksdalsvej 163
DK-2830 Virum, Denmark
Phone: +45 4583 3515, Mobile: +45 2423 0070
E-mail: ingrid.egerod@gmail.com  

Work
Ingrid Eugenie Egerod, RN, MSN, PhD
Professor of clinical nursing, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences, and
Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet, Trauma Centre 3193
Blegdamsvej 9, 2100 Copenhagen O
Phone: +45 3545 2896, E-mail: ingrid.egerod@regionh.dk 

Education & Qualifications
2013 Health Economics, KORA
2007 Research Management, Copenhagen Business School
2003 PhD in Health Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, the University of Copenhagen
1996 Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), School of Advanced Nursing, University of Aarhus
1990 Diploma in Teaching in Nursing (SD), School of Advanced Nursing, Copenhagen
1990 Critical Care Registered Nurse Certification (CCRN), UCSF, San Francisco, California, USA
1986 Registered Nurse Certification (RN), Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
1983 Registered Nurse Authorization (RN), School of Nursing, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen

Employment – research
2012- Professor in clinical nursing with special focus on nursing for patients with acute and critical illness
2004-2012 Associate professor, the University Hospitals Centre for Nursing and Care Research (UCSF)
2002-2004 Assistant professor, the University Hospitals Centre for Nursing and Care Research (UCSF)
1999-2003 Doctoral student, the University Hospitals Centre for Nursing and Care Research (UCSF)
1996-1998 Development & Research Nurse, Copenhagen University Hospital Gentofte
1995 Research assistant, Danish Institute for Health and Nursing Research (DISS)
1994-1996 Research nurse, Copenhagen University Hospital Gentofte

Employment – teaching
2012- Professor, Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences
2006-2012 External lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen
2006-2010 Course supervisor: 5-week course on Evidence Based Practice
2002-2011 Course supervisor: 1-year research course, UCSF
1999- Instructor: 1-year research course, UCSF
1995 Nurse Instructor: Medical Students (FADL)
1993 Nurse Instructor: School of Nursing, Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet

Employment – clinical
1994 Rigshospitalet: Thoracic Intensive Care; Heart & Lung Transplantation
1989-1990 Bispebjerg Hospital: General ICU
1986-1993 Hawaii and California: ICU, Burn Unit, Cardiac ICU, Thoracic ICU, Home Care (mechanical ventilation)
1983-1985 Rigshospitalet: Trauma and Neurointensive Care, NICU 

Publications, presentations and research dissemination
52 Peer reviewed publications
50 Professional publications, book contributions and editorships
40 International presentations
150 National presentations  
22 Conference organization and committees
26 Published conference proceedings 

Professional scientific bodies and organizations
2004-2012 Steering Committee Unit for Perioperative Nursing (EPS) www.periopsygepleje.dk
2004- Chair of FSAIO.NET (Network of nursing research in Danish ICUs) www.fsaio.net
2003- Chair of NOFI (Nordic Association for Intensive Care Nursing Research) www.nofi.info
2003- Member of FSAIO (Danish Society of nurse anesthetists, ICU & recovery nurses), (FS3)
1997-2001 Member of Rosemarie Rizzo Parse Study Group
1997-2007 Member of Society for philosophy and psychology, University of Copenhagen
1996-1997 Member of Metaphor, Culture and Cognition, State Research Council for Humanities Grant
1994-2001 Board member of Danish Society for Philosophy, Ethics, and Science in Nursing
1994-1996 Member of Danish Society for Cardiac Nurses (FS21)
1993-2000 Member of Danish Transplant Society
1993-2000 Member of Danish Society for Nursing Research
1989- Member of American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)
1985-1986 Member of Danish Society for Neurology Nurses (FS15)

Special appointments and advisory boards
2014-2019 Scientific committee: The Novo Nordic Foundation, Committee for Nursing Research
2012- Research board, Rigshospitalet
2004-2006 Research and development committee: Copenhagen University College, CVU Øresund
2004 AKF & DSI, research institutes, advisory board: Specialized home care nursing
2003-2009 Scientific committee: The Novo Nordic Foundation, Committee for Nursing Research
1997-1998 Member of the Copenhagen County Research Council
2007-2008 Department of Health, advisory board: Report on specialization in nursing
2009-2012 Scientific committee: Clearing House for Clinical Guidelines, Aaarhus

Graduate teaching, supervision and examination
External examiner, Master of Science in Nursing, Aarhus University
External examination, Master of Nursing, Viborg and Deakin University, Melbourne Australia
External lecturer and supervisor, Master of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen
Internal examiner, Master of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen

Doctoral and post-doctoral evaluation
Evaluation of 5 associate professorships, Copenhagen and Capital Region
Evaluation of 2 assistant professorships, Aarhus University
Assessement committee, 1 PhD student, Ålborg University
Assessement committee, 1 PhD student, Oslo University
      
Doctoral supervision
Project supervisor: 2 students, Aarhus University, Institute of Public Health (defended)
Main supervisor: 2 students, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences (defence pending)
Co-supervision: 1 student, University of Tromsø, Faculty of Health
Co-supervision: 1 student, University of Copenhagen, Psychology

Peer reviewer for international scientific journals, grants, and editorial boards
Peer review 110 manuscripts in 17 international peer reviewed journals:
(Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica, American Journal of Critical Care, Cochrane Collaboration Anesthesia, Critical Care Medicine, Danish Medical Bulletin, Journal of Advanced Nursing, Journal of Clinical Nursing, Journal of Critical Care, Minerva Anestesiologica, National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia, Nursing in Critical Care, Qualitative Health Research, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, Tidsskrift for sygeplejeforskning, Vård i Norden)

Research collaboration and management, national
2004-2006 Primary investigator: Study of evidence based nursing. Interdisciplinary: nurse/sociologist
2003-2005 Primary investigator: Study of sedation practices in intensive care. Interdisciplinary: nurse/physician
2006-2009 Primary investigator: Study of analgo-sedation in neurointensive care. Interdisciplinary: nurse/physician
2010-2012 Main supervisor: Study of early mobilization in intensive care. Interdisciplinary: nurse/physiotherapist
2010-2012 Main supervisor: Study of life with Left Ventricular Assist Device Nurse group.
2011-2014 Main supervisor: Study of intensive care follow-up at Danish ICUs. Interdiscipliary group.

Research collaboration and management, international
2006-2009 National project manager: International study of effect of ICU diaries on PTSD. (RACHEL study)
2007-2010 Primary investigator: International study of ICU diaries in the Nordic countries. (NOFI group)
2010-2011 National project manager: International study of procedural pain in ICU. (EuroPain study)
2011-2013 National project manager: Metasynthesis of patient experiences of ICU. (NOFI group)
2011-2012 Primary investigator: International study of ICU follow-up in Denmark, Norway, Sweden. (NOFI group)
2011-2012 Primary investigator: European survey of sedation practices in Nordic and non-Nordic icus. (EfCCNa)
2013-2014 National project manager: Sleep disturbances, sedation practices, and related responsibilities in the intensive care unit: an international postal survey. (HERMES critical care group, Amsterdam)

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