Anders Møller Jensen (AMJ) is a Ph.D. student at the Institute of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark and a development consultant at VIA Aging and Dementia - Centre for Research, VIA University College.
AMJ graduated as a master of science in sport science and health from the University of Southern Denmark (2003) and has since worked with dementia care. First employment was as leader of Reminiscence Centre in Ringkjoebing County (2003) and with his engagement in the Danish reminiscence research project (2005-08) he was employed by CVU Mid-West Development and Research Department. Since the formation of VIA University College (2008) AMJ has been employed at VIA Aging and Dementia - Centre for Research with focus on dementia care. Currently AMJ is working on a Ph.D. project with the title “Patients with dementia admitted to somatic hospital wards – a focus on dementia care and the use of psychosocial methods in the caring for patients with dementia”
Since 2010, AMJ has served as an external consultant in reminiscence at the National Research Centre for Dementia, Copenhagen. In 2014 the National Board of Social Services appointed AMJ to an expert group on physical activity and dementia. AMJ has been a board member of the Danish Gerontological Society, member of the editorial board of the Danish journal Gerontology and is currently the chairman of the Danish reminiscence research network. AMJ has experience from several EU funded projects and international corporations.