Stina Lou

Stina Lou

Seniorforsker, antropolog, ph.d.

+45 7841 4364

stisoe@rm.dk

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6177-5780

Præsentation

Jeg er seniorforsker/lektor med en kandidat i antropologi og en phd. fra Institut for Folkesundhed, Aarhus Universitet. Jeg deler min tid mellem DEFACTUM, Region Midtjylland og Center for Fosterdiagnostik, Aarhus Universitetshospital. Min primære forskningsinteresse og -erfaring ligge indenfor reproduktion, graviditet og fødsel, især aspekter af klinisk kommunikation, risikoopfattelse og gravide pars erfaringer og overvejelser.

Kompetenceprofil

  • - Kvalitativ, antropologisk metode, herunder deltagerobservation, eksplorative interviews og fokusgruppeinterviews
  • - Udarbejdelse af kvalitative forskningsspørgsmål og projektdesigns
  • - Projekt- og forskningsledelse
  • - Undervisning og vejledning på bachelor og kandidatniveau på folkesundhed og medicin

Publikationer

Experiences and attitudes of Danish men who were sperm donors more than 10 years ago; a qualitative interview study. Stina Lou; Stina Bollerup; Morten Deleuran Terkildsen; Stine Willum Adrian; Allan Pacey; Guido Pennings; Ida Vogel; Anne-Bine Skytte. PLoS ONE, 2023.

Women and partners' experience of major postpartum haemorrhage: a qualitative study. Lena Rosvig; Ellen Steffensen; Lise Brogaard; Lone Hvidman; Ole Kierkegaard; Anne Cathrine Kjeldsen; Katja Taastrøm; Niels Uldbjerg; Stina Lou. BJOG, 2023.

Healthcare providers' perceptions and expectations of video-assisted debriefing of real-life obstetrical emergencies: a qualitative study from Denmark. Lena Have Rosvig; Stina Lou; Lone Hvidman; Tanja Manser; Niels Uldbjerg; Ole Kierkegaard; Lise Brogaard. BMJ Open, 2023.

Implementation through translation: a qualitative case study of translation processes in the implementation of quality improvement collaboratives. Kathrine Carstensen; Anne Mette Kjeldsen; Stina Lou; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen. BMJ health service research, 2023.

Danish women’s use of private sector ultrasound scans during pregnancy. A qualitative interview study. Stinna Guldmann Marker; Charlotte Tiedemann; Stina Lou; Kirsten Frederiksen. Nordisk sygeplejeforskning, 2023.

A life course perspective on Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome: women's experiences and negotiations of living with an underdeveloped uterus and vagina. Amalie Hahn Jensen; Morten Krogh Herlin; Ida Vogel; Stina Lou. Disability and Rehabilitation, 2023.

Impact of a prenatal screening program on the Down syndrome phenotype: An interrupted time series analysis. Ellen Hollands Steffensen; Lars Henning Pedersen; Stina Lou; Ida Vogel; Danish Cytogenetic Central Registry Study Group. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2023.

3D printed skulls in court - a benefit to stakeholders? Mikkel Jon Henningsen; Lykke Thorlacius-Ussing; Lotte Groth Jensen; Kasper Hansen; Christina Jacobsen; Stina Lou; Chiara Villa. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 2023.

A decade of change - lessons learned from prenatal diagnostics in Central Denmark region in 2008-2018. Dorte Launholt Lildballe; Naja Becher; Else Marie Vestergaard; Rikke Christensen; Stina Lou; Puk Sandager; Lars Henning Pedersen; Kasper Gadsbøll; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Ida Vogel. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2023.

Parenting a child with Down syndrome: A qualitative study of everyday practices in Danish families. Ellen Hollands Steffensen; Lena Have Rosvig; Stephanie Santoro; Lars Henning Pedersen; Ida Vogel; Stina Lou. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 2022.

Assessing women's preferences towards tests that may reveal uncertain results from prenatal genomic testing: Development of attributes for a discrete choice experiment, using a mixed-methods design. Jennifer Hammond; Jasmijn E Klapwijk; Sam Riedijk; Stina Lou; Kelly E. Ormond; Ida Vogel; Lisa Hui; Emma-Jane Sziepe; James Buchanan; Charlotta Ingvoldstad-Malmgren; Maria Johansson Soller; Eleanor Harding; Melissa Hill; Celine Lewis. PLOS ONE, 2022.

Factors that impact on women's decision-making around prenatal genomic tests: An international discrete choice survey. James Buchanan; Melissa Hill; Caroline M. Vass; Jennifer Hammond; Sam Riedijk; Jasmijn E Klapwijk; Eleanor Harding; Stina Lou; Ida Vogel; Lisa Hui; Charlotta Ingvoldstad-Malmgren; Maria Johansson Soller; Kelly E. Ormond; Mahesh Choolani; Qian Zheng; Lyn S. Chitty; Celine Lewis. Prenatal diagnosis, 2022.

Danish heritable retinoblastoma survivors' perspectives on reproductive choices: “It's important for me, not to pass on this condition” Pernille A. Gregersen; Mikkel Funding; Jan Alsner; Maja H. Olsen; Jens Overgaard; Steen F. Urbak; Sandra E. Staffieri; Stina Lou. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 2022.

Genetic testing in adult survivors of retinoblastoma in Denmark: A study of the experience and impact of genetic testing many years after initial diagnosis. Pernille A. Gregersen; Mikkel Funding; Jan Alsner; Maja H. Olsen; Jens Overgaard; Sandra E. Staffieri; Stina Lou; Steen F. Urbak. European Journal of Medical Genetics, 2022.

The Danish health care quality programme: Creating change through the use of quality improvement collaboratives. Kathrine Carstensen; Anne Mette Kjeldsen; Stina Lou; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen;. Health Policy, 2022.

Is the first-trimester combined screening result associated with the phenotype of Down syndrome? A population-based cohort study. Ellen Hollands Steffensen; Lars Henning Pedersen; Stina Lou; Ida Vogel. Prenatal Diagnosis, 2022.

Prænatal Genetisk Diagnostik. Ida Vogel; Stina Lou; Olav Bjørn Petersen. FADL's Forlag, 2022.

Udbredelse af VR-initiativer i Psykiatrien i Region Midtjylland: Et forskningsnotat. Morten Deleuran Terkildsen; Stina Bollerup; Tina Pedersen; Stina Lou; Lotte Groth Jensen; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen. DEFACTUM, 2022.

Why freebirth in a maternity system with free midwifery care? A qualitative study of Danish women's motivations and preparations for freebirth. Stina Lou; Hannah G. Dahlen; Sofie Gefke Hansen; Lotte Ørneborg Rodkjær; Rikke Damkjær Maimburg. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, 2022.

Midwives’ provision of health promotion in antenatal care: A qualitative explorative study. Ida Dayyani; Stina Lou; Ingrid Jepsen. Women and Birth, 2021.

“I had to think: This is not a child.” A qualitative exploration of how women/couples articulate their relation to the fetus/child following termination of a wanted pregnancy due to Down syndrome. Stina Lou; Dorte Hvidtjørn; Mathilde L. Jørgensen; Ida Vogel. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, 2021.

How are uncertain prenatal genetic results perceived and managed two years after they were received? A qualitative interview study. Stina Lou; Amalie Hahn Jensen; Ida Vogel. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 2021.

Dealing with uncertain results from chromosomal microarray and exome sequencing in the prenatal setting: An international cross-sectional study with healthcare professionals. Celine Lewis; Jennifer Hammond; Jasmijn E. Klapwijk; Eleanor Harding; Stina Lou; Ida Vogel; Emma J. Szepe; Lisa Hui; Charlotta Ingvoldstad-Malmgren; Maria J. Soller; Kelly E. Ormond; Mahesh Choolani; Melissa Hill; Sam Riedijk. Prenatal Diagnosis, 2021.

How to deal with uncertainty in prenatal genomics: A systematic review of guidelines and policies. Jasmijn E. Klapwijk; Malgorzata I. Srebniak; Attie T. J. I. Go; Lutgarde C. P. Govaerts; Celine Lewis; Jennifer Hammond; Melissa Hill; Stina Lou; Ida Vogel; Kelly E. Ormond; Karin E. M. Diderich; Hennie T. Brüggenwirth; Sam R. Riedijk. Clinical Genetics, 2021.

Intravenøs antibiotikabehandling i eget hjem – en medicinsk teknologivurdering. Claus Løvschall; Bettina Wulff Risør; Nasrin Tayyari Dehbarez; Kathrine Carstensen; Lotte Groth Jensen; Anne Marie Ladehoff Thomsen; Stina Lou; Anne Sophie Steen Boisen; Lina Thirup; Amalie Hahn Jensen; Sofie Just Nielsen; Lotte Ørneborg Rodkjær; Merete Storgaard; Ulla Hjort; Katrine Seier Fridthjof; Tania Truelshøj; Helle Lyng; Helene Bech Rosenbrandt; Søren Christian Therkelsen. DEFACTUM, 2021.

Living with heritable retinoblastoma and the perceived role of regular follow-up at a retinoblastoma survivorship clinic: ‘That is exactly what I have been missing’. Pernille Axel Gregersen; Mikkel Funding; Jan Alsner; Maja H. Olsen; Jens Overgaard; Steen F. Urbak; Sandra E. Staffieri; Stina Lou. BMJ Open Ophthalmology, 2021.

Trends in Non-invasive Prenatal Screening and Invasive Testing in Denmark (2000–2019) and Israel (2011–2019) Lena Sagi-Dain; Amihood Singer; Olav B. Petersen; Stina Lou; Ida Vogel. Frontiers in Medicine, 2021.

The importance of information and support following a suspected second-trimester anomaly that is later discarded: A qualitative study of women's experiences. Lina Thirup; Puk Sandager; Ida Vogel; Stina Lou. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2021.

Prenatal Genetic Counseling: Practical Support for Prenatal Diagnostics, Decision-Making, and Dealing with Uncertainty. Sam Riedijk; Karin Diderich; Ida Vogel; Stina Lou; Olav B. Petersen. Elsevier, 2021.

'It's probably nothing, but…' Couples' experiences of pregnancy following an uncertain prenatal genetic result. Stina Lou; Kirsten Lomborg; Celine Lewis; Sam Riedijk; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Ida Vogel. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2020.

Parents' experiences of early discharge after a planned caesarean section: a qualitative interpretive study. Randi Karkov Knudsen; Anne Raabjerg Kruse; Stina Lou. Midwifery, 2020.

“I guess baby was just too comfy in there…”: A qualitative study of women's experiences of elective late-term induction of labour. Stina Lou; Kathrine Carstensen; Lone Hvidman; Trine Fritzner Jensen; Lone Neumann; Joke-Gesine Habben; Niels Uldbjerg. Women and Birth, 2020.

Fine for non-attendance in public hospitals in Denmark: A survey of non-attenders ' reasons and attitudes. Ulla Væggemose; Emely Ek Blæhr; Anne Marie Ladehoff Thomsen; Viola Burau; Pia Vedel Ankersen; Stina Lou. The International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 2020.

How do geneticists and prospective parents interpret and negotiate an uncertain prenatal genetic result? An analysis of clinical interactions. Stina Lou; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Kirsten Lomborg; Ida Vogel. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 2020.

Implementation of exome sequencing in fetal diagnostics - Data and experiences from a tertiary center in Denmark. Naja Becher; Lotte Andreasen; Puk Sandager; Stina Lou; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Rikke Christensen; Ida Vogel. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2020.

Parental experiences of uncertainty following an abnormal fetal anomaly scan: Insights using Han’s taxonomy of uncertainty. Jennifer Hammond; Jasmijn E. Klapwijk; Melissa Hill; Stina Lou; Kelly E. Ormond; Karin E. M. Diderich; Sam Riedijk; Celine Lewis. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 2020.

Systematisk litteraturgennemgang – Health Technology Assessment – Metodevejledning, vol. 1. Gitte Valentin; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen; Stina Lou; Lotte Groth Jensen; Claus Løvschall. DEFACTUM, 2019.

“This is the child we were given”: A qualitative study of Danish parents’ experiences of a prenatal Down syndrome diagnosis and their decision to continue the pregnancy. Stina Lou; Maja Retpen Lanther; Natascha Hagenstjerne; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Ida Vogel. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, 2019.

Fra barselsafsnit til eget hjem: Et kvalitativt studie af hvad danske førstegangsforældre finder betydningsfuldt i dagene efter fødslen. Randi Karkov Knudsen; Stina Lou; Hanne Aagaard. Nordisk sygeplejeforskning, 2019.

Receiving a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome by phone: a qualitative study of the experiences of pregnant couples. Stina Lou; Kathrine Carstensen; Ida Vogel; Lone Hvidman; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen; Maja Lanther; Olav Bjørn Petersen. BMJ Open, 2019.

A qualitative study about the experiences of ethnic minority pregnant women with gestational diabetes. Ida Dayyani; Helle Terkildsen Maindal; Gillian Rowlands; Stina Lou. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 2019.

National screening guidelines and developments in prenatal diagnoses and live births of Down syndrome in 1973–2016 in Denmark. Stina Lou; Olav B. Petersen; Finn S. Jørgensen; Ida C.B. Lund; Susanne Kjærgaard; Danish Cytogenetic Central Registry Study Group; Ida Vogel. AOGS, 2018.

Beyond Activity Based Funding. An experiment in Denmark. Viola Burau; Hanne Marlene Dahl; Lotte Groth Jensen; Stina Lou. 2018.

Termination of pregnancy following a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome: A qualitative study of the decision-making process of pregnant couples. Stina Lou; Kathrine Carstensen; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen; Lone Hvidman; Maja Retpen Lanther; Ida Vogel. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2018.

Population-Based Screening for Trisomies and Atypical Chromosomal Abnormalities: Improving Efficacy using the Combined First Trimester Screening Algorithm as well as Individual Risk Parameters. Ida Vogel; Ann Tabor; Charlotte Ekelund; Stina Lou; Jon Hyett; Olav Bjørn Petersen; The Danish Fetal Medicine Study Group; The Danish Cytogenetic Study Group. Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy, 2018.

Danish Sonographers’ Experiences of the Introduction of “Moderate Risk” in Prenatal Screening for Down Syndrome. Anne Møller; Ida Vogel; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Stina Lou. Journal of Pregnancy, 2018.

Women‘s experiences of postterm induction of labor: A systematic review of qualitative studies. Stina Lou; Lone Hvidman; Niels Uldbjerg; Lone Neumann; Trine Fritzner Jensen; Joke-Gesine Habben; Kathrine Carstensen. Birth, 2018.

Gebyr ved udeblivelse i det offentlige sygehusvæsen. En videnskabelig undersøgelse af konsekvenser i en dansk kontekst. Sammenfatning. Ulla Væggemose; Marie Henriette Madsen; Rikke Søgaard; Emely Ek Blæhr; Stina Lou; Jakob Kjellberg.. 2017.

Professional groups driving change toward patient-centered care: interprofessional working in stroke rehabilitation in Denmark. Viola Burau; Kathrine Carstensen; Stina Lou; Ellen Kuhlmann. BMC Health Services Research, 2017.

Psychiatric service users’ experiences of emergency departments: a CERQual review of qualitative studies. Kathrine Carstensen; Stina Lou; Lotte Groth Jensen; Nina Konstantin Nissen; Lisbeth Ørtenblad; Margarete Pfau; Pia Vedel Ankersen. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 2017.

Experiences and expectations in the first trimester of pregnancy: a qualitative study. Stina Lou; Michal Frumer; Mette M. Schlütter; Olav B. Petersen; Ida Vogel; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen . Health Expectations, 2017.

Parental response to severe or lethal prenatal diagnosis: a systematic review of qualitative studies. Stina Lou; Lotte Groth Jensen; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Ida Vogel; Lone Hvidman; Anne Møller; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen. Prenatal Diagnosis, 2017.

Chromosomal microarray as a primary diagnostic genomic tool for pregnancies defined as being at increased risk within a population based combined first-trimester screening program. Ida Vogel; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Rikke Christensen; Jon Hyett; Stina Lou; Else Marie Vestergaard . Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2017.

Community Families: Bridging the gap between mental health services and civil society – A qualitative study from users’ perspective. Ulla Væggemose; Stina Lou; Michal Frumer; Nanna Limskov Stærk Christiansen; Jørgen Aagaard; Lisbeth Ørtenblad . International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 2017.

Pregnant women's choice of birthing hospital: a qualitative study on individuals' preferences. Nasrin Tayyari Dehbarez; Stina Lou; Niels Uldbjerg; Anne Møller; Dorte Gyrd-Hansen; Rikke Søgaard. Journal of Women and Birth, 2017.

Stroke patients' and informal carers' experiences with life after stroke: an overview of qualitative systematic reviews. Stina Lou; Kathrine Carstensen; Carina Rumpelthiin Jørgensen; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen. Disability and Rehabilitation, 2016.

Danish patients are positive towards fees for non-attendance in public hospitals. A qualitative study. Stina Lou; Michael Frumer; Steen Olesen; Agnete Hedemann Nielsen; Ulla Væggemose. Danish Medical Journal, 2016.

Community families: A qualitative study of families who volunteer to support persons with severe mental illness. Lotte Groth Jensen; Stina Lou; Jørgen Aagaard; Ulla Væggemose. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 2016.

Coping with worry while waiting for diagnostic results: a qualitative study of the experiences of pregnant couples following a high-risk prenatal screening result. Stina Lou; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen; Lone Hvidman; Olav B. Petersen; Mette B. Risør. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 2016.

Early supported discharge following mild stroke: a qualitative study of patients' and their partners' experiences of rehabilitation at home. Stina Lou; Kathrine Carstensen; Marie Møldrup; Seham Shahla; Elias Zakharia; Camillas Palmhøj Nielsen. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 2016.

"What do you think?" the collaborative practices of choice and care in a Danish obstetric ultrasound unit. Stina Lou; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen; Lone Hvidman; Olav Bjørn Petersen; Mette Bech Risør. Anthropology & Medicine, 2016.

Managing high risk at first trimester prenatal screening. Stina Lou;. CFK - Folkesundhed og Kvalitetsudvikling, 2015.

Does screening for Down's syndrome cause anxiety in pregnant women? A systematic review. Stina Lou; Line Mikkelsen; Lone Hvidman; Olav B. Petersen; Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2014 Aug 21. doi: 10.1111/aogs.12482., 2014.

Screening kan give både tryghed og ængstelse – eksempelvis ved screening for Downs syndrom. Stine Lou; Katja Dahl; Niels Uldbjerg. Ugeskr Læger 2014;176:1122-5., 2014.

Evaluering af Teletolkeprojektet - Implementering af et telemedicinsk redskab på danske hospitaler. Lene Mosegaard Søbjerg; Stina Lou; Gitte Hoff Valentin; Kirstine Brask Brandt. CFK - Folkesundhed og Kvalitetsudvikling, 2013.

Gang i Danmark - Evaluering af et partnerskab. Stina Lou. Center for Folkesundhed, 2010.

Fra politik til anbefalinger. Bo Johansen, Region Midtjylland; Peter Lindholm Astrup, Region Midtjylland; Kirsten Vinther-Jensen, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland; Stina Lou, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland; Ingeborg Kristensen, Region Midtjylland; Alice Mosekjær Madsen og Marianne de Lemos, Psykiatri og Social, Region Midtjylland; Tine Andresen, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland; Louise Nordvig, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland; Ditte Rask Rasmussen, Region Midtjylland; Birgitte Haahr, Region Midtjylland; Doris Nørgård, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland. . Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland, 2009.

Tre er et umage par - en undersøgelse af tolkningens vilkår og betydning. Stina Lou. Center for Folkesundhed, 2008.

Tolkeanvendelse i sundhedsvæsenet. John Singhammer, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland; Helle Høstrup, Århus Universitetshospital, Skejby; Lise Dyhr, Center for Sundhed og Samfund; Inge Wittrup, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland; Karl Jack, journalist; Stina Lou, Center for Folkesundhed, Region Midtjylland; Birgit Norberg, Bispebjerg Hospital; Bjørn Hvidt-Pedersen, Århus Kommune; Ellen Breddam, Odense Kommune; Annemarie Gottlieb, RCT Midtjylland, Horsens og Århus afdelinger.. Center for Folkesundhed, 2008.

Kommunikation med etniske minoriteter om sundhedsfremme og forebyggelse. Stina Lou; Inge Wittrup. . Center for Folkesundhed, 2008.

Hospitalsbaseret rehabilitering af sygemeldte - Det tværfaglige samarbejde. Meillier L ; Lou S, Wittrup I; Hjortbak B R, Løvschal-Nielsen P. Center for Folkesundhed, 2008.

Vi skal sige alle de svære ting: Om tolkning i psykiatrien. Stina Lou. Center for Folkesundhed, 2007.

Hvad er en tolk? Stina Lou. Center for Folkesundhed, 2007.

Temagruppe som antropologisk objekt. Eva Sejersdal Knudsen, Region Midtjylland; Doris Nørgård, Ringkjøbing Amt; Kirsten Vinther-Jensen, Århus Amt; Stina Lou, Århus Amt; Peter Thybo, Ikast-Brande Kommune; Ellen Greve, Holstebro kommune; Bo Skovgaard, Randers Kommune; Anna Birthe Bach, Herning Sygehus; Karin Valbæk, Randers Centralsygehus; Jens Rubak, Århus Amt. . Center for Folkesundhed, 2006.

Uddannelsesbaggrund

2015 Ph.d. i medicin, Institut for Folkesundhed, Aarhus Universitet

2003 Cand. Mag i antropologi, Aarhus Universitet