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Who are we?

 

We are a research driven group of interprofessional medical & nursing experts focusing on the improvement of cerebral outcomes after anaesthesia and surgery in a non-profit approach.

The SBI understands itself as an enhancer & accelerator of Guidelines Knowledge transfer in order to benefit patient’s postoperative cerebral outcomes.

ABOUT US

The SBI network is active in improving Patients postoperative well being through evidence based and structured state of the art non invasive peri-operative measures.
The SBI understands itself as an enhancer & accelerator of Guidelines Knowledge transfer to the patients bedside. Thereby aiming to spearhead the paradigm shift towards value based and patient centred care.

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Presentation of the SBI members

 

Finn M. Radtke

PD Dr. Finn M. Radtke

Is the Chief researcher and founder of the Safe Brain Initiative. As a senior Reseacher, Lecturer and a Consultant in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care medicine his main focus in research is directed at the prevention, detection of cognitive disorders and Delirium as well as the implementation of protective strategies in the daily clinical routine. Besides being the founding member he is the research lead and the steering group spokesperson.


Peter R. Kirkegaard

Dr. Peter R. Kirkegaard

Is one of the administrators of the Safe Brain Initiative. He is a senior Consultant in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care medicine with a Graduate Diploma in Organisation and Management from Copenhagen Business School. He finished the SSAI trainining in Perioperative Medicine and Management in 2019 and has focus on Scandinavian healthcare matters.


Karina Jakobsen

MCN Karina Jakobsen

Is the responsible Nurse and co-founder of the SBI. She is a clinical nursing expert with experience in implementing Delirium preventive strategies and focus on patient centred outcome measures. Karina Jakobsen is a  nurse anaesthetist with a Master Degree in clinical nursing (MCN). The focus of her Master thesis was on improving patients cognitive outcomes by guideline implementation in the clinical routine. Her project received the “Best International Research” Award at the World Congress of Anaesthesia (WCNA) in Budapest, June 2018.

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