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The RUNSAFE research group conducts research in the field of running-related injuries.
Within this thematic, we specificly adress the following areas:
For more on this, please see our running injury research strategy
Status: CompletedDesign: Randomized trialLead by: Michael BertelsenObjective: To investigate the etiology of running injuries in novice runners with BMI 30-35.
Status: CompletedDesign: Cohort studyLead by: Camma Damsted Objective: To investigate effects of running experience and current running level on injury risk.
Status: CompletedDesign: Randomized trialLead by: Daniel RamskovObjective: To compare the risk of injury across two different running programs.
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Status: CompletedDesign: Cohort studyLead by: Rene Korsgaard Objective: To investigate the etiology of running-related injuries amongst recreational runners.
Status: CompletedDesign: Cohort studyLead by: Rasmus NielsenObjective: To investigate the etiology behind running injuries in novice runners.
Status: OngoingDesign: 1½-year cohort study Lead by: Rasmus Nielsen Objective: To investigate causes to running-related injuries.
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