Menu

Unit of Clinical Alcohol Research

We collaborate with a range of alcohol treatment centers, hospitals and others who are in contact with people who have an overconsumption of alcohol. It is a distinctive feature of our research, that it is as close to practice as possible and involve staff to subsequently implement the outcomes in their daily lives.

The research program RESCueH opened the 1st of April 2013. RESCueH consists of five studies that aim to better outpatient alcohol treatment. The RESCueH studies are driven by the Unit of Clinical Alcohol Research at the University of Southern Denmark, and the studies are funded by the Lundbeck Foundation, TrygFonden, Region of Southern Denmark and University of Southern Denmark.

RESCueH consists of five studies that aim to better outpatient alcohol treatment. The RESCueH studies are driven by the Unit of Clinical Alcohol Research at the University of Southern Denmark, and the studies are funded by the Lundbeck Foundation, TrygFonden, Region of Southern Denmark and University of Southern Denmark.

RESCueH is an acronym that stands for: The Relay-study, The Elderly-study, The Self-match study, The Cue Exposure-study and the Healthy Lifestyle-study. The studies will be conducted over the next 5 years. All studies were randomized trials.

The research group behind RESCueH consist of:

Professor Bent Nielsen, Scientific responsible, Research Unit of Psychiatric, Unit for Clinical Alcohol Research, SDU.

Professor Kjeld Andersen, Research Unit of Psychiatric, Unit for Clinical Alcohol Research, SDU.

Program Director Anette Søgaard Nielsen, Unit for Clinical Alcohol Research, SDU.

Professor Kirsten Kaya Roessler, Institute of psychology, SDU

Professor Claus Thorn Ekstrøm, Biostatistics, University of Copenhagen

Adj. professor Jes Søgaard, Aarhus University

Professor Gerhard Buehringer, Dresden University and IFT, München

Professor Michael Bogenschutz, CASAA, UNH

To give you the best possible experience, this site uses cookies  Read more about cookies

Accept cookies