I am a medical informatician with a PhD in Medical Science from Karolinska Institutet. My research interest broadly concerns the opportunities of using medical and health informatics to achieve the Quadruple Aim – improving the individual experience of care; improving the health of populations; reducing the per capita cost of healthcare; and improving the experience of providing care.
Current research projects
My current research projects focus on the use of eHealth services for enhancing partnership between persons living with chronic illness, caregivers, and their healthcare teams. I use mainly qualitative and participatory action research methodology to study how new eHealth services are co-designed, used, and experienced in clinical practice and individuals’ daily life.
- Swedish Research Council for Health and Welfare (Forte)
- Junior research grant, 2018-2022: Care when and where it matters - How can eHealth transform patient – professional interaction and collaboration in chronic care management? A distributed cognition approach.
- Program funding, 2019-2021: Patients in the driver’s seat! A multimethod partnership program on patient-driven innovations.
- Kamprad Family Foundation
- Project funding, 2017-2022: Care when and where it matters - How can eHealth transform patient – professional interaction and collaboration in chronic care management? A distributed cognition approach.