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Doctoral projects at GPCC

 

Current PhD- candidates

Name               Title
Susanne Ahlstedt Karlsson Personcentrerat stöd till kvinnor opererade för bröstcancer för att hantera symtom och problem i samband med anithormonell terapi
Annikki ArolaA randomised controlled trial of a community-based health-promoting and disease preventive programme for elderly immigrants
Elin BlanckEvaluation of person – centred care at distance. 
Victoria BrattströmActing and directing strategies as practical approaches in person-centred health care
Lena Böhn  Food and irritable bowel syndrome: Nutrient intake, symptom generation and dietary advice 
Nina Ekman  Development and testing of an observation-based method to assess person-centeredness in health care 
Emma Forsgren Development and evaluation of conversational interaction in care of people with acquired communication disorders
Karolina Lindén Childbearing women with type 1 diabetes- well-being, self-management and support in transition to motherhood
Doris LydahlPerson-centred care and the new management of illness
 
Åsa Nordin  Very early supported discharge after Stroke from a person-centred perspective.
 
Jonna Norman Mindfulness-based stressreduction for persons with cronic heart failure
 
Laura PirhonenHälsoekonomiska utvärderingar av projekt i personcentrerad vård och utveckling av nya hälsoekonomiska metoder. 
Malin Rex Gamification in person-centred mental healthcare
 
Ramona Schenell Att upprätthålla självbestämmande i palliativt skede på särskilt boende – en modell för att främja personcentrerad palliativ vård för äldre
 
Daniel Svensson  Neuropsychiatric disorders in children- Child-centered focus: Effectively addressing the interests and needs of the child during neuropsychiatric assessments
 
Hilda Svensson Person-centered care to minimize pain and disability one year after vertebral compression fracture
 
Sara Wallström Health in relation to Takotsubo syndrome. Experiences, symptoms and utilization of health care
 

 

Defended doctoral theses

NameTitle

Tariq Alharbi 

Implementation of person-centred care: Facilitators and Barriers

Ulrika Bengtsson 

Self-management in hypertension care

Ida Björkman 

A gender perspective on irritable bowel syndrome, symptoms, experiences and the development of a person-centred support intervention

Cecilia Brain

Cognition, Adherence and Stigma in schizophrenia

Louise Danielsson 

Moved by movement: A person-centered approach to physical therapy in the treatment of major depression

Karin Eriksson 

The supporting conversation partner in disordered communication

Caroline Feldthusen

Fatigue in persons with rheumatoid arthritis

Andreas Fors

Person-centred care and self-efficacy - Experiences, measures and effects after an event of acute coronary syndrome

Ulla Fredriksson Larsson

Fatigue och återhämtning efter hjärtinfarkt

Pernilla Jonsson

Problematic medication use in headache - Epidemiology and qualitative aspects of medication overuse headache and non-adherence to prophylactic migraine treatment

Jeanette Lindberg

Patients as partners: assessment of patients' experiences, preferences, perceived capacities and needs of care and rehabilitation 

Qarin Lood

Discovering the capabilities of ageing persons who are born abroad: crossing norms, moving health promotion forward

Annie Palstam

Aspects of work and health in women with Fibromyalgia

Frida Smith

Patient Education Materials from a person-centred perspective - Coping and co-design in colorectal cancer care

Karin Weman Josefsson

You don't have to love it - Exploring the mechanisms of exercise motivation using self-determination theory in a digital context. 

Filipa Ventura

Person-centred e-support - foundations for the development of nusring interventions in outpatient cancer care

Axel Wolf 

Person-centred care: Possibilities, barriers and effects in hospitalised patients

 

Page Manager: Jeanette Tenggren Durkan|Last update: 5/24/2017
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