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Janine Morgall Traulsen earned her PhD (sociology) from the Department of Sociology, Lund University, Sweden in 1991. She received a Diploma in Social Medicine from the Medical Faculty at the University of Copenhagen in 1978 and her BA in sociology from Goddard College, Vermont, USA, in 1980. She started her career conducting research on women with a special focus on the labour market, new technology and occupational health.
From 1982-1987 she was a full-time scientific consultant for the World Health
Organization, Global Programme for Health Care Technology Assessment. In the late 1980's, she carried out several projects on the Danish experience with family planning service delivery.
She was an external lecturer for the Technology Assessment Unit at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), where she worked from 1991-1995 as a research associate on the project: "The Social Shaping of the EC Framework Programme".
In 1996 Janine Morgall Traulsen became an associate professor at the Department of Social Pharmacy, Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, where she spends most of her time conducting research.
She has supervised numerous projects for PhD and Master's students, including foreign exchange students.
Janine Morgall Traulsen's research projects include evaluating new drug distribution legislation in Iceland, which incorporates professional and user perspectives, the new medicine consumer and popular beliefs about medicine.
She prefers qualitative research methods such as focus group and one-on-one interviews.
She is the author of an extensive body of literature and has amassed a large store of theoretical skills underway. She is a peer reviewer for several scientific journals.
Janine Morgall Traulsen has post-graduate training in research theory and methods as well as educational theory.
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Morgall, Janine (1983): Typing Our Way to Freedom: Is it True that New Office Technology Can Liberate Women?. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 2 (3) pp. 215-226.