I'm a registered physoptherapist since 2007 and has since worked as a physiotherapist in municipally owned homes for edlerly, in a heart- and lungrehabilitation centre, acute geriatric setting and in the primary healthcare setting. I have a masters degree in clinical medical science since 2012. I'm a clinical lecturer at Danderyds Academic Care centre since 2014, where I mostly work with interprofessional student activities as well as give support to mentors and students when needed.
Clinically I work in homerehab in interprofessional teams with occupational therapists and dietitians. We also work closely with home healthcare and home care. In June 2020 I became a specialist physiotherapist in health of the elderly.
Since April 2020 I do research, part time, at Karolinska Institutet, Department of Neurobiology, Care sciences and Society, Division family medicine and primary care.
Academic honours, awards and prizes
KLOK-award 2019 (KLOK stands for Clinical Learning through Organisational and Competence Development [“Kliniskt lärande genom organisations- och kompetensutveckling”])