Ann-Sofie Nicole Berthelsen

Ann-Sofie Nicole Berthelsen is a scientific employee in the Section for Intersectoral Health Service Research. She works with monitoring, evaluation and analysis of ongoing and new initiatives targeted at the treatment of people with chronic disease. The focus of the initiatives is to create the framework for a coherent continuity of care and to ensure equal access to health for all.

Ann-Sofie has a master's degree in public health from the University of Copenhagen and has been working with intervention research in her thesis about evaluation of a preventive fertility campaign based on focus groups and individual interviews. Ann-Sofie has previously worked at the Statens Serum Institut and The Danish Health Data Authority where she worked with quantitative analyses based on national health registers.


Selected publications:

  • A S N Berthelsen, A L N Gamby, U Christensen, L Schmidt, E Koert, How do young men want to receive information about fertility? Young men's attitudes towards a fertility campaign targeting men in Copenhagen, Denmark, Human Reproduction Open, Volume 2021, Issue 3, 2021, hoab027, https://doi.org/10.1093/hropen/hoab027


  • I R Mounstsen-Helms, H Emborg, J Nielsen, K F Nielsen, T G Krause, K Mølbak, K L Møller, A S N Berthelsen, P Valentiner-Brandt, Vaccine effectiveness after 1st and 2nd dose of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine in long-term care facility residents and healthcare workers – a Danish cohort study, Denmark, medFxiv, 2021 (preprint) https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.03.08.21252200​

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