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1 Curriculum vitae Bente Danneskiold-Samsøe February 2010 Contents 1. Personal data: summary 2. Education and career: summary 3. Post-graduate medical education 3.1. General training 3.2. Specialist training in main subject: Rheumatology 3.3. Other medical training 3.4. Participation in Courses and Symposia 4. Employment 4.1. Before MD 4.2. After MD 4.3. Other medical employment 5. Course Management and Teaching 6. Participation in Congresses and Meetings 7. Memberships of Societies and Boards 8. Prizes and Grants 9. Scientific Publications 9.1. Doctor of Medicine thesis Monographs, books, and part-books 9.2 Rheumatology 9.3 Other medical subjects Papers in peer-reviewed journals 9.4 Rheumatology 9.5 Other medical subjects 9.6 Abstracts and posters 9.7 Other publications and communications 10. Reviewer for the following journals 11. Talks 12. Teaching experience Undergraduate teaching Postgraduate teaching Supervisory duties External examiner of graduate students, and assessor of DM Other training and teaching duties Health education 13. Reviewer 13.1 Undergraduate reviewer duties 13.2 Review duties for professorships 14. Organisation and administration Local 14.2 National 14.3 International Page 1 of 67

2 1. Personal data 1. Personal data: summary Name: Née: Bente Danneskiold-Samsøe Andersen Date of birth: 21 February 1944 Place of birth: Veggerby, Aalborg County, Denmark Home address: Soldalen 12, 2100 Copenhagen Ø. Private telephone no.: Personal address: Work address: The Parker Institute Frederiksberg Hospital Ndr. Fasanvej 57, 2000 Frederiksberg Business telephone no.: Business address: Position: Director of Research at the Parker Institute and Consultant Physician at the Department of Rheumatology, Frederiksberg Hospital, Copenhagen. Assoc. professor, M.D. DMSc Education: Consultant Physician specialising in Rheumatology, Rehabilitation, and Internal Medicine Marital status: Married to Civil Engineer Ulrik Danneskiold-Samsøe: 1969 Children: Four, born in 1970, 1973, 1982, and Page 2 of 67

3 1. Personal data 2. Education and career: summary 1963 University entrance exam from Aalborg Cathedral School 1966 Degree in Physiotherapy from Teilman s College, Copenhagen 1966 Enrolled at University of Copenhagen to study Medicine 1973 MD University of Copenhagen, grade: 9.6 (equivalent to a 2.1) 1978 Authorisation to practice medicine as a general practitioner 1982 Qualified as a specialist doctor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1983 Qualified as a specialist doctor in Rheumatology 1987 Qualified as a specialist doctor in Internal Medicine 1987 Doctor Medecinae at University of Copenhagen 1987 Consultant at Department of Rheumatology and Physical Therapy, Frederiksberg Hospital Head of the Rheumatology Clinic, The Medical Centre, H:S Frederiksberg Hospital Director of Resarch at the Parker Institute, the Medical Centre, H:S Frederiksberg Hospital Page 3 of 67

4 3. Post-University medical education 3. Post-University medical education 3.1 General training Psychiatry: Surgery: Medicine: Neurology: Gynaecology & Obstetrics: Skt. Hans Hospital, Copenhagen Houseman at Department D Training post (6 months) Skt. Josephs Hospital, Copenhagen Houseman at Department of Surgery Training post (6 months) Skt. Josephs Hospital, Copenhagen Houseman at Department of Medicine Training post (6 months) Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen Houseman at Department of Neurological Medicine Training post (3 months) (3 months) Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen Houseman at Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics Training post (6 months) Page 4 of 67

5 3. Post-University medical education 3. Post-University medical education 3.2 Specialist training in main subject: Rheumatology Nørre Hospital, Copenhagen Houseman at Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation (8 months) Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen Houseman at Department of Rheumatology (12 months) Registrar at Department of Rheumatology ( ) Hvidovre Hospital Clinical Assistent at The Muscle Laboratory, Department of Rheumatology, (Research position with approved leave from the post of registrar) (12 months) (6 months) Kommunehospitalet, Copenhagen Houseman in training post at the Department of Rheumatology (21 months) Registrar (5 months) (10 months) Page 5 of 67

6 3. Post-University medical education 3. Post-University medical education 3.3. Other medical training Orthopaedics: Orthopaedic Hospital, Copenhagen Houseman (6 months) Medicine: Frederiksberg Hospital, Copenhagen, Department of Medicine E Houseman (3 months) (3 months) Neurology: Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen Department of Neurological Medicine Houseman in training post (3 months) (3 months) Medicine: Skt. Josephs Hospital, Copenhagen Department of Medicine Houseman in training post (6 months) Surgery: Skt. Josephs Hospital, Copenhagen Department of Surgery Houseman in training post Page 6 of 67

7 3. Post-University medical education 3. Post-University medical education 3.4. Participation in Courses and Symposia 1974 Symposium on Occupational Medicine 1974 Postgraduate Course for specialist Doctors in Physical Therapy 1975 Symposium on environment and illness 1976 Postgraduate Course for specialist Doctors in Physical Therapy: Subject: Osteoarthrosis 1976 Course in General Medicine 1977 Course in medical theories of science and research methodology, Århus University, Institute of Medical Anatomy 1977 Congress in Manipulative Medicine, Copenhagen 1977 Course in Rheumatology, Scanticon 1977 Postgraduate Course for specialist Doctors in Physical Therapy: Degenerative back diseases 1978 Course: Middlesex Hospital, London Subject: Advanced course in rheumatology 1978 Course: Malmø. Subject: Frisk og sjuk muskulatur (Healthy and diseased muscle) 1978 Scandinavian Course in Rheumatology, Umeå 1978 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in Immunology and Inflammation 1979 Danish National Board of Health: A Course Rheumatology 1979 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in The theoretical base for physical therapy, subject: Degenerative columna conditions 1979 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in Ergonomics 1979 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in the musculo-skeletal systems structure, function, and pathology 1979 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in Social Medicine and Rehabilitation and Juvenile Arthritis 1979 Course in medical research methodology 1980 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in occupational and muscle physiology Page 7 of 67

8 3. Post-University medical education 3. Post-University medical education 3.4. Participation in Courses and Symposia 1981 Scandinavian Symposium on Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen 1982 Symposium on isokinetic muscle-strength measurement, Karolinska Sjukhuset, Stockholm 1983 Danish Sport Society: Seminar on Women and Sport 1983 Women and Health Fair, Edinburgh 1983 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in Microbiology 1984 Danish National Board of Health: A Course in Haematology st Danish seminar on Medicine in Women s Studies nd Danish seminar on Medicine in Women s Studies rd Danish seminar on Medicine in Women s Studies 1983 Danish Rheumatology Society s Postgraduate course: Physical Therapy treatment from a theoretical aspect 1984 Seminar on Investigation and Treatment of Torture Victims and their Families, Copenhagen 1984 Scandinavian Seminar: on Medicine in Women s Studies, Sigtuna, Sweden 1984 Seminar on Investigation of and help for torture victims and their families, Copenhagen th Danish seminar on Medicine in Women s Studies International Symposium: Biochemistry of Exercise, Copenhagen 1986 Theme Day about "The Clinical Postgraduate of younger Doctors" 1986 Symposium about Chronic Primary Fibromyalgia, Göteborg 1987 Work Seminar, Liselund Course Centre, arranged by The Danish Medical Group: Amnesty International Columna Course I + II, The Danish Society for Manipulative Musculoskeletal Medicine 1988 Advisory Group on Health rehabilitation of Refugees and Victims of Organized Violence. Göteborg. WHO First Norwegian Conference on Fibromyalgia/Fibrositis and Related Pain syndromes. Soria Maria Conference Center Holmekollen - Oslo LAK Course I LAK Course II Page 8 of 67

9 3. Post-University medical education 3. Post-University medical education 3.4. Participation in Courses and Symposia 1990 The Danish Society for Manipulative Medicine: Janda Kursus 1990 Muscle Energy Technique (Greenman) 1991 II Seminario de la region del Maule, Linares, Chile Dynamic Dynamometry in Research and Clinical Work. A Scandinavian Symposium at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm Sweden 1991 Postgraduate course on Arthritis Rheumatoides, Nyborg Strand 1992 VIIth Eular Symposium, London, England Postgraduate neurology seminar, Rigshospitalet 1993 Danish Reumatology Society postgraduate course: Muscle and Back Complaints 1994 Ultrasound Diagnostics in the Musculo-skeletal System, Frederiksberg 1994 Physiotherapy to Torture survivors. RCT. Copenhagen International Training Seminar for Physiotherapy Teachers on Ethics and Torture. RCT. Copenhagen Danish Society for Manipulativel (Musculoskeletal) Medicine. Mechanical assessment and treatment of painful spinal disorders: The McKenzie Approach. The Danish McKenzie Institute in collaboration with DSMM. Aalborg 1996 Danish Society for Manipulative (Musculoskeletal) Medicine : Harmonic technique (myofascial treatment) 1998 Danish Physiotherapists Research Society (DFFS) Annual Meeting th Eular Symposium. Challenges and Controversies in Clinical Rheumatology, Geneva, Switzerland 1998 Postgraduate/Ph.D. Course. The Neurobiology of the Pain System V. The International Doctoral School in Biomedical Science and Engineering. Aalborg University Page 9 of 67

10 4. Employment 4. Employment 4.1 Before MD Locum position as houseman at Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen (3 months) 4. Employment 4.2 After MD Houseman at Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Nørre Hospital, Copenhagen, (8 months) Houseman at Orthopaedic Hospital, Copenhagen (6 months) Houseman at Department of Medicine M, Frederiksberg Hospital, (2½ months) Houseman at Skt. Hans Hospital Department D (6 months) Houseman at Department of Surgery, Skt. Josephs Hospital (6 months) Houseman at Department of Medicine, Skt. Josephs Hospital (6 months) Houseman at Department of Neurology, Bispebjerg Hospital (3 months) Houseman at Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Rigshospitalet (6 months) Houseman at Department of Neurology, Bispebjerg Hospital (3 months) Houseman at Department of Rheumatology, Hvidovre Hospital (12 months) Specialist training post at Department of Rheumatology, Copenhagen Kommunehospital (21 months) Houseman at Department of Medicine E, Frederiksberg Hospital (3 months) Registrar at Department of Rheumatology, Copenhagen Kommunehospital (6 months) Houseman at Department of Medicine E, Frederiksberg Hospital (3 months) Registrar at Department of Rheumatology, Copenhagen Kommunehospital (10 months) Page 10 of 67

11 4. Employment 4. Employment 4.2 After MD Registrar in Internal Medicineat Department of Rheumatology, Hvidovre Hospital (34 months) Clinical Assistant (research post financed by The Rheumatoid Association) at The Muscle Laboratory, Department of Rheumatology, Hvidovre Hospital (12 months) Registrar in Internal Medicine at Department of Rheumatology, Hvidovre Hospital (2 months) Clinical Assistent (research post financed by The Arthritis Society) at The Muscle Laboratory, Department of Rheumatology, Hvidovre Hospital (6 months) Registrar at Department of Rheumatology, Hvidovre Hospital (5 months) Head of the Department of Rheumatology, Frederiksberg Hospital, Head of the Rheumatology Clinic, The Medical Centre, H:S Frederiksberg Hospital Director of the Parker Institute. On leave of absence from the position as head of the Department of Rheumatology, Frederiksberg Hospital External professor at Aalborg University, Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction SMI. 4. Employment 4.3 Other medical employment Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims, Copenhagen (RCT), Rheumatology consultant: 10 hours per month Unpaid consultant at the Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims, Copenhagen, and consultant at the International Centre for Rehabilitation against Torture (by agreement with the Management of Frederiksberg Hospital ) Deputy member of the Board of Appeal for Damaged Patients, participating in 2-4 meeting per year, plus ad hoc cases. Page 11 of 67

12 5. Course Management and Teaching 5. Course Management and Teaching Participant in the planning and management group, and teacher at, four seminars on Medicine in Women s Studies 1985 Member of the planning group, and teacher, at a seminar for medical doctors about women and sport 1987 Teacher at a work seminar at Liselund Course Centre, arranged by the Danish medical group Amnesty International. Subject: The Rheumatological investigation of torture victims, rheumatological conditions seen in torture victims, and treatment of these. The result of the seminar was a handbook for the medical group by Danneskiold-Samsøe B and Skylv G Teacher of Rheumatology for physiotherapists, nurses, and medical doctors at Deparment of Rheumatology, Frederiksberg hospital Teacher for Medical students, University of Copenhagen, in Acute Rheumatology and Clinical Rheumatology (3rd and 7th semester of Medicine) Teacher and planner of Rheumatology for Physiotherapy students, The Physioterapy College, Copenhagen 1991 Teacher of the physical conditions following torture, and rehabilitation of these. Part of a panel discussion about the subject. Linares, Chile 1992 Teacher at A-Course in Rheumatology in Muscle Function at Rheumatoid Arthritis Part of the planning group and teacher at the Danish National Board of Health s A-Courses in Rheumatology - Advanced Rheumatological Investigation Technique and treatment 1993 Teacher at a postgraduate neurology seminar, Rigshospitalet 1994 Teacher at the E-Course for orthopaedic surgeons at Copenhagen County Hospital - Gentofte. Training of arthritis patients 1996 Teacher at the A-Course in Rehabilitation, Copenhagen Kommunehospital 1998 Teacher and organiser at a course in Rheumatology for pharmacists 1998 Teacher at a Postgraduate/Ph.D. Course. The Neurobiology of the Pain System V. The International Doctoral School in Biomedical Science and Engineering. Aalborg Universitet 1999 Planner of,and teacher at, a course for the Society for Young Arthritis Sufferers FNUG-kurset : Arthritis and Quality of Life 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Member of the planning group, and teacher: Eular Ph.D Course in the clinical evaluation of joints and back. Parker Institute, H:S Frederiksberg Hospital. Copenhagen Research training courses at The University of Copenhagen Page 12 of 67

13 6. Participation in Congresses and Meetings 6. Participation in Congresses and Meetings 1976 XVI. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Reykjavik 1978 XVII. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Reykjavik 1978 Congreso Panamericano de Rheumatologia, Bogota, Columbia 1979 Workshop. Vitamin D. Berlin, Germany 1979 IX. European Congress of Rheumatology, Wiesbaden 1980 XVIII. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumagology, Helsinki 1980 VIII. International Congress in Medical Physiology & Rehabilitation, Stockholm 1981 XV. ILAR. International Congress of Rheumatology, Paris 1982 IXX. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Stockholm (awarded Astra-Syntex prize) 1982 Nordic Congress on Women s Studies, Odense, Denmark 1982 WHO Conference on Women and Health: Peebles, Scotland 1983 X. European Congress of Rheumatology, Moscow 1984 XX. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Bergen, Norway 1986 XXI. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Copenhagen 1987 Inter-disciplinary Congress in Rheumatology, Bergen, Norway 1988 XXII. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Reykjavik 1990 XXIII. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Tampere, Finland 1992 XXIV Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Malmö, Sweden 1992 VIIth EULAR European League Against Rheumatism - Symposium, London, nd World Congress on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia, Copenhagen, (President of the Congress) 1992 European Congress in Rheumatology, Barcelona, Spain 1994 Physiotherapy in Stroke Management. WCPT Europe First Congress: Copenhagen 1994 XXV. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Lillehammer, Norway 1995 XVI. European Congress in Rheumatology, Amsterdam, Netherlands 1996 XXVI. Congress of Rheumatology, Reykjavik, Iceland Page 13 of 67

14 6. Participation in Congresses and Meetings 6. Participation in Congresses and Meetings 1997 XIX ILAR Congress. Singapore 1998 XXVII. Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Århus, Denmark (Chairman) 1998 Fourth World Congress on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia. Silva Marina, Italy (Chairman) Annual EULAR Meetings (European League Against Rheumatism) th Nordic Congress. Low Back Pain, Copenhagen Annual meetings ACR-American College of Rheumatology 2000 XXVIII Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Turku, Finland 2002 Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology Tromsø, Norway 2004 Myopain 2004 in Münich, Germany 2007 Myopain 2007 in Washington DC, USA 2006 XXXI Scandinavian Congress of Rheumatology, Reykjavik, Iceland Page 14 of 67

15 7. Memberships of Societies and Boards 7. Memberships of Societies and Boards Danish Society for Internal Medicine Danish Medical Society Danish Rheumatology Society, previously head of the meetings committee and member of the education committee Danish Society for Manipulative Medicine (now Danish Society for Musculo-skeletal Medicine: attached to the research committee Danish Society for Medical History Danish Society for Rheumatological Surgery (Deputy Head) Society of Women Doctors The Group for Medicine in Women s Studies (Member of the founding group, and organiser of meetings for several years) Women Academics Deputy in The Patients Complaints Board of Appeal appointed by the National Board of Health Danish Society for Physiotherapy Research The Danish Rheumatism Association (formerly member of the board for Copenhagen area group) The Diabetes Society The Sclerosis Society The Society for Young Arthritis Sufferers Danish Fibromyalgia Society The Support Society for Research and Treatment at Frederiksberg Hospital Medicins sans Frontiers Amnesty International The Society for Workers and Academics Member of the Board at the Physiotherapy College, Copenhagen (since 2000) Member of the board for Minister Erna Hamilton s Fund for Science and Art (since 1997) Member of the founding group, and member of the board of the International Myopain Society Member of the congress committee for the MYOPAIN congresses since 1992 Member of the general committee of the Danish Rheumatism Association Page 15 of 67

16 8. Prizes and Grants 8. Prizes and Grants 1982 ASTRA-SYNTEX PRIZE for muscle research 1982 Boots Fellowship for Muscle Research 1986 The Danish Medical Society Prize Project: The Medical Doctor s Role in Year Given as an extra prize. The project was carried out jointly with Kirstine Borum and Grethe Skylv 1986 MEFAPRISEN given by The General Danish Medical Association. Reference: E. Snorrason, Medicinsk Forum. 40. årg. 1987/1.: The Back Prize from The Danish Society for Manipulative Medicine 1987 Minister Erna Hamiltons Grant for Science and Art 1987 The Glue Prize 1988 Bodil Pedersens Grant (1 million kroner for muscle research) 1988 The Glue Prize 1988 Ingrid Jespersens Grant 1988 Award from Minister Erna Hamiltons Grant for Art and Science 1990 The Oak Foundation. 2 million kroner received for arthritis research 1990 Award from Minister Erna Hamilton s Grant for Art and Science 1990 Valborg and Edith Larsens Grant 1994 The Oak Foundation: grant of 16 mill. DKK for the purchase of a MR-scanner for research at Frederiksberg Hospital 1994 The Minerale Oil Prize for 3 years 1997 The Women Academics Honorary Prize. Director N. Bang and his wife, Camilla Bang, née Troensegård s Grant 1997 The Oak Foundation: grant of 7.5 million kroner for carrying out Research Plan Købmand Sven Hansen and his wife Ina Hansen s Fund 1997 Helsefonden: 2.5 million kroner to carry out Research Plan The Oak Foundation: grant of 17,1 mill. DKK OUSA The Oak Foundation: grant of 20 mill. DKK OCay Queen Ingrids Research prize from the Danish Rheumatism Association 2008 The Oak Foundation: grant of 48,1 mill. DKK OCay Page 16 of 67

17 9. Scientific Publications 9. Scientific Publications 9.1 Doctor of Medicine thesis Note: some entries in this bibliography are duplicated, and appear in more than one category. 1. Muscle function in patients with rheumatoid arthritis - The influence of corticosteroid. A clinical and morphological investigation. B Disputats. Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, Lægeforeningens Forlag 1987 Defended 30th October Assessors: Consultant, DM, Erik Martin Jensen, Consultant, DM,Thorsten Ingemann Hansen, and Professor, DM, Gunnar Bendixen (Representing University of Copenhagen). Subdean Aage Drivsholm lead the assessment process. The following papers were the background for the DM. They are also mentioned in the publication list (see later): I. Isokinetic and isometric muscle strength in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. The relationship between clinical parameters and the influence of corticosteroids. Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Grimby G. Clin Rheumatol 1986;5,4: II. The relationship between the leg muscle strength and physical capacity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. With reference to the influence of corticosteroids. Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Grimby G. Clin Rheumatol 1986; 5,4: III. The influence of prednisone on the muscle morphology and muscle enzymes in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Grimby G. Clinical Science 1986;71: IV. Muscle morphology and muscle enzymes in proximal and distal muscle groups of lower limb from patients with corticosteroid treated rheumatoid arthritis. Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Grimby G. Clinical Science 1986;71: V. The effect of water exercise therapy given to patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Dannskiold-Samsøe B, Lyngberg K, Risum T, Telling M. Scand J Rehab Med 1987;19:31-35 Page 17 of 67

18 9. Scientific Publications 9. Scientific Publications Monographs, books and part-books 9.2 Rheumatology Andersen S, Andreasen H, Christensen B, Danneskiold-Samsøe B et al. Malerrapport, København, Malernes Fagforening, København Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Nedslidning. Arbejdsmiljø. 2. Sundhedsfarer i arbejdsmiljøet Noah s Emneserie Nr. 9, side Sørensen OH, Lund Bj, Lund Bi, Andersen RB, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Mosekilde L, Melsen F, Saltin B, Friis T, Selnes A. Effect of l-alfa-vitamin D on bone and muscle in senile osteopenia. Paragraph in Molecular Endocrinology 1979, Elsevier Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Lund B, Bach Andersen R, Agerskov Andresen L, Christiansen E, Grimby G. Muskelmorfologi og enzymundersøgelse i relation til isokinetisk muskelstyrke ved rheumatoid arthritis. Dansk Fysiurgisk Selskab Ryg- og Muskelforskning, side Quickly Tryk A/S Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Mikkelsen S. Nedslidning. Sundhed og Arbejdsmiljø. NOAH s Forlag. 1984, side Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Skylv G. Den reumatologiske undersøgelse af torturofre, reumatologiske lidelser hos torturofre og behandling af disse. Håndbog for lægegruppen. Arbejdsseminar på Liselund kursuscenter, sept Den danske Lægegruppe, Amnesty International Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Skylv G, Bloch I, Lunde I, Genefke IK. Consequences of torture related to the locomotory system. In: Van Willigen LHM, ed. Health situation of refugees and victims of organized violence. Rijswijk: Ministry of Welfare, Health and Cultural Affairs, WHO1992; Andersen RB, Jacobsen S, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Bartels E, Jensen KE, Thomsen C, Henriksen O, Søborg PA. New diagnostical tools in primary fibromyalgia? Findings from the Copenhagen research Group on Fibromyalgia. Advances in Pain Research and Therapy, vol. l7. Eds Fricton JR, Awad E. Raven Press Ltd, New York 1990 Kamper-Jørgensen F, Andreassen LA, Bruusgaard D, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Masi, AT, Morgall J, Bennett R. Consensus Document on Fibromyalgia. The Copenhagen Declaration. Gigtforeningen 1992 Kamper-Jørgensen F, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Bennett R. Gigtforeningen. Konsensus-Rapport om Fibromyalgi. København Deklarationen. København 1993 Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Fibromyalgi. I Reumatikernas situation i Norden. Konferensrapport. NHV-Rapport 1993,3:89 Prescott E, Jacobsen S, Kjöller M, Bülow P, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Kamper-Jørgensen F. Preliminary Communication on the Prevalence of Fibromyalgia in the Adult Danish Population. In: Musculoskeletal Pain, Myofascial Pain Syndrome, and the Fibromyalgia Syndrome. Eds.: Jacobsen S, Danneskiold-Samsøe, B, Lund B. 1992, Nørregaard J, Bülow PM, Prescott E, Jacobsen S, Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Preliminary Results of a 4-Year Follow-Up Study in Fibromyalgia. In: Musculoskeletal Pain, Myofascial Pain Syndrome, and the Fibromyalgia Syndrome. Eds.: Jacobsen S, Danneskiold- Samsøe, B, Lund B. 1992, Danneskiold-Samsøe B., Fibromyalgi og kronisk smertesyndrom i: Kvindelige læger ser på sundhed og sygdom. Danske Kvindelige Lægers Forening. Bibliotek for læger Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Fibromyalgi i dansk historisk perspektiv. Manuel Medicin 1999;19/ Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Rasmussen A K. Generaliserede smertetilstande. in Reumatologi, edited by J. Friis, P. Junker, C. Manniche, J. Petersen, and K. Steengaard-Pedersen,FADL København, 2001, p Harreby M, B. Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Forebyggelse af rygsygdomme. In Sygdomsforebyggelse., edited by H. Goldsstein, København:Akademisk Forlag, 2001, p Danneskiold-Samsøe B., Lund, H., Avlund, K., Klinisk Reumatologi for Ergo og fysioterapeuter, editors, Munksgaard Danmark 2002 Danneskiold-Samsøe B.,Herlin, T., Lyngby, M., Jørgensen, L., Karlsmark, L., Reumatoid artrit og børnegigt. In Klinisk Reumatologi for Ergo og fysioterapeuter, edited by Danneskiold-Samsøe B., Lund, H., Avlund, K. Munksgaard Danmark 2002 Danneskiold-Samsøe B., Lund, H. Træning som medicin. In Klinisk Reumatologi for Ergo og fysioterapeuter, edited by Danneskiold- Samsøe B., Lund, H., Avlund, K. Munksgaard Danmark 2002 Danneskiold-Samsøe, B., Muskelsmerter og Massage In Lærebog i Massage, edited by Linde, N and Borg, J. Munksgaard Danmark 2003 Danneskiold-Samsøe, B., Muskelsmerter og Massage In Lærebog i Massage, edited by Linde, N and Borg, J. Munksgaard Danmark 2. edition 2010 Bartels EM, Lund H and Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Aquatic Exercise in the treatment of Rheumatoid arthritis and juvenile idiopathic arthritis. In: Arthritis Research Treatment and Management, edited by columbus F. New York: Nova Publisher, 2004, p Danneskiold-Samsøe B. How Can FM patients be identified and FM progression quantified? How can FM be diagnosed? The Clinical Approach. In: Les Entretiens du Carla Fibromyalgia: from complaints to evidence, edited by Branco J and Wessely S. 2004, p Danneskiold-Samsøe B., Kendall S. Generaliserede Smertetilstande In Reumatologi Edited by Pødenphant J, Jacobsen S, Manniche C, Steengaard-Pedersen K, Tarp U. FADL s Forlag A/S København. 2. edition 2006 Danneskiold-Samsøe B., Jespersen A, Dreyer L, Bartels EM, Amris S. Fibromyalgi In Skjulte Lidelser, edited by Schlüter S and Søndergaard V. Dansk psykologisk Forlag Page 18 of 67

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20 9. Scientific Publications 9. Scientific Publications 9.3. Other medical subjects Kroon S, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Mikkelsen S. Tager det 100 år for en kvindelig læge at blive professor? Leder i Ugeskr Læg 1982;144: Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Petersson B, Helweg-Larsen K, Kastrup M, Lee K. Kvinde - læge - forsker. FADL 1982 Bernsted L, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Kroon S, Mikkelsen S, Schmidt K, Stage P. I: Kvindelige læger. Kvinde-læge-forsker. FADL 1982 Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Kanstrup I-L, Nielsen R, Pilmark V, Thomsen A. Myter og fysiologi. Rapport fra Dansk Idrætsforbunds seminar om kvinder og sport Borum K, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Kroon S, Mikkelsen S. Kvinder og sundhed. Ugeskr Læg 1983;46: Nielsen R, Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Kønsforskelle, arv eller miljø. Kvindebevidsthed - kropsbevidsthed, Forlaget Bavnebakke 1984 Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Læge, mor og forsker. Afsnit i bogen: Kvindelige læger gennem 100 år. København: Munksgaard, 1984 Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Helweg-Larsen K, Kastrup M, Petersson B. Gruppen for Medicinsk Kvindeforskning: Kvindelige læger gennem 100 år. København: Munksgaard, 1984 Borum K, Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Jørgensen V, Kjær A, Kroon S, Schondel A, Sølvsten Sørensen K. Kvindelige læger gennem 100 år - I Nielsines fodspor. København: Munksgaard 1984 Borum K, Danneskiold-Samsøe B og Skylv G. Lægens rolle i nyt perspektiv. Lægens rolle år Prisopgave fra Dansk Medicinsk Selskab København. Lægeforeningens Forlag Juni 1986, (59-90) Kirstine Borum og Bente Danneskiold-Samsøe. Kvinder blomstrer - Hundredeåret for kvindelige læger. En bog med talerne fra et jubilæum. København: Munksgaard 1986 Danneskiold-Samsøe B. Bente Danneskiold-Samsøe, rheumatology, Denmark. In: Women in White, edited by Evengård B. Stockholm: The Stockholm County Council, 2004, p Danneskiold-Samsøe B, Jørgensen V. Nielsine Nielsen og hendes døtre. Ugeskr Læger 007;169(35): Scientific Publications papers in peer-reviewed journals 9.4. Rheumatology Page 20 of 67

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