Anne Kristine Gadeberg
Gothersgade 160, 3
1123 København K
I am currently employed as a PhD student at the Section of Social Medicine, Institute of Public Health, University of Copenhagen. I have a master’s in public health from University of Copenhagen from 2017. My master thesis focused on how we strategically can improve the sustainability of social- and health interventions for vulnerable families.
My primary research interest is intervention- and evaluation research in relation to reducing social inequality in health through early interventions, especially regarding pregnancy and the early years of childhood.
In my PhD project I am conducting a realist evaluation of a complex intervention that consists of an improved breastfeeding counselling in 20 Danish municipalities. I investigate what works for whom under what circumstances.
My PhD is part of a larger evaluation design, where we also look into the effects and health economic consequences of the intervention. The plan for the overall evaluation can be found in the protocol here.