Ulla Christensen

Ulla Christensen

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  1. Udgivet

    Contextual Complexities in Implementing a Family-Based Childhood Obesity Intervention: The Perspectives of Enrolled Children and Their Parents

    Høeg, Didde, Christensen, Ulla, Lundby-Christensen, L. & Grabowski, D., 2020, I: Children. 7, 12, 16 s., 267.

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  2. Udgivet

    Co-Designing an Intervention to Prevent Overweight and Obesity among Young Children and Their Families in a Disadvantaged Municipality: Methodological Barriers and Potentials

    Hoeeg, D., Christensen, Ulla & Grabowski, D., 2019, I: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16, 24, 5110.

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  3. Udgivet

    Intra-familial health polarisation: how diverse health concerns become barriers to health behaviour change in families with preschool children and emerging obesity

    Høeg, Didde, Christensen, Ulla & Grabowski, D., 2020, I: Sociology of Health and Illness. 42, 6, s. 1243-1258 16 s.

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  4. Udgivet

    Intra-familial stigmatization: An adverse outcome of a family-based health education intervention to reduce childhood obesity

    Hoeg, D., Grabowski, D. & Christensen, Ulla, 2018, I: Health Education. 118, 3, s. 227-238 12 s.

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  5. Udgivet

    The effect of enterprise size on the risk of hospital treated injuries among all male manual construction workers in Denmark, 2000-2006

    Holbæk Pedersen, B., Hannerz, H. & Christensen, Ulla, 2012, I: Safety Science Monitor. 16, 1, 8 s.

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  6. Udgivet

    What can we learn from the national implementation of The MAMAACT intervention?

    Johnsen, H., Christensen, Ulla, Juhl, M. & Villadsen, Sarah Fredsted, 2019, I: European Journal of Public Health. 29, Supplement 4, s. 185 1 s.

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  7. Udgivet

    Contextual Factors Influencing the MAMAACT Intervention: A Qualitative Study of Non-Western Immigrant Women's Response to Potential Pregnancy Complications in Everyday Life

    Johnsen, H., Christensen, Ulla, Juhl, M. & Villadsen, Sarah Fredsted, 2020, I: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17, 3, 16 s., 1040.

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  8. Udgivet

    Implementing the MAMAACT intervention in Danish antenatal care: a qualitative study of non -Western immigrant women's and midwives' attitudes and experiences

    Johnsen, H., Christensen, Ulla, Juhl, M. & Villadsen, Sarah Fredsted, 2021, I: Midwifery. 95, 9 s.

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  9. Udgivet

    Addressing ethnic disparity in antenatal care: a qualitative evaluation of midwives' experiences with the MAMAACT intervention

    Johnsen, H., Ghavami Kivi, N., Morrison, C. H., Juhl, M., Christensen, Ulla & Villadsen, Sarah Fredsted, 2020, I: B M C Pregnancy and Childbirth. 20, 10 s., 118.

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  10. Udgivet

    Organisational barriers to implementing the MAMAACT intervention to improve maternity care for non-Western immigrant women: A qualitative evaluation

    Johnsen, H., Christensen, Ulla, Juhl, M. & Villadsen, Sarah Fredsted, 2020, I: International Journal of Nursing Studies. 111, 103742.

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