Mette Juhl

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Midwife and Epidemiologist in reproduction and public health, now in charge of establishing a research unit at the Copenhagen Midwifery Programme. Most of my time is spent on facilitating my colleagues in their work with qualifying ideas into research protocols and funding applications on e.g. interventions/medications in pregnancy and childbirth, patient safety, dystocia-guidelines, intergenerational attachment patterns, and midwives' presence/intimacy at child birth.


Publications (by Dec 2015) : 26 peer-reviewed, original papers.


Funding (by Dec 2015): Individual research grants of appr. 6,8 mio DKK from private foundations, The Danish Graduate School in Public Health, The Danish National Board of Health, The Danish Council for Independent Research a.o.


Please refer to for complete publication list and grant details.


Language: Danish
Level: Native speaker
Language: English
Level: Negotiation level
Language: Spanish
Level: Experienced
Language: Swedish
Level: Experienced
Language: German
Level: Experienced

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Copenhagen

Award Date: 11 Sept 2009

Master of Public Healtt, University of Copenhagen

Award Date: 28 May 2004

Midwife, Danmarks Jordemoderskole Afdelingen i Aalborg

Award Date: 26 Mar 1992


Docent, University College Copenhagen

1 Mar 201831 Dec 2019

Docent, Metropol EVU

1 Oct 201428 Feb 2018

Forsknings- og udviklingsansvarlig, Metropol EVU


Postdoc, Kennedy Center


Ekstern lektor, University of Copenhagen

2012 → …

Postdoc, University of Copenhagen


Forskningsassistent / Ph.d.-studerende / Fosker, University of Southern Denmark


Projektleder, University of Copenhagen


Jordemoder, Herlev Hospital


Forskningsjordemoder, Statens Serum Institut


Jordemoder, Silkeborg Centralsygehus


Jordemoder, Århus Kommunehospital



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