Claire is assistant professor in Academic writing at the University of Southern Denmark, and health service researcher in the area of patient outcome measurement. She has a medical degree and worked for 10 years at the Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK, before moving to Denmark in 1995, where she has worked at WHO Regional Office, National Institute of Public Health and University of Southern Denmark. Since 2009 she has been sub-investigator for osteoporosis clinical trials at Odense University Hospital. Claire is a founder member of the EuroQol Group, an international research group for the development of the generic health measure, EQ-5D.
A novice’s experiment with a wiki on a writing course
A wiki? What is that?
The name ‘wiki’ was probably what attracted me most about using this e-learning tool in my teaching. As a New Zealander, I associated the word with the Maori terms ‘waaka’…
Teaching manuscript writing in Africa
I’m glad to have the opportunity to contribute to this new regular feature in MEW – ’Teaching medical writing’. Why write about teaching in Africa? Well, Claire Gudex – who will manage the section – thought my…
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