New Technology

New technology with the potential to improve treatment in general practice is continuously being developed. However, this requires resources and can potentially have a number of negative effects. For instance, in relation to doctor-patient communication, the doctor's time risks being filled by technology rather than communication.

The New Technology research group examines how new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality and the use of diagnostic ultrasonography, could be appropriately integrated into general practice.

For more information, please contact Janus Laust Thomsen

Artificial Intelligence

The research group investigates how artificial intelligence (AI) might potentially reduce the workload and increase the quality of care in general practice through more advanced and effective data utilization.

Read more about Artificial Intelligence here


The research group aims to support appropriate use of point-of-care ultrasound in general practice.

Read more about Ultrasonography here