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About me

I am professor in health services research . In my research I am focusing on the development and evaluation of interventions with the objective to support and improve health and everyday life for people living with long term disabilities and for their families.  Thus the research entails studies e.g., randomized controlled trials of complex interventions in which both the effects of the interventions, processes and the experiences of the different stakeholders are studied i.e., those of the person with disabilities as well as those of the family, health services personnel and health service policy makers and administrators.

By synthesising the results of the different studies new knowledge /evidence is gained  regarding when, where, how and for whom the new interventions will work.  An example of such a synthesis in which my research is represented with several contributions to the knowledge development is: Intermediate care: A realist review and conceptual framework, from the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation Programme, NHS, UK. 

Academic honours, awards and prizes

2015 Verna Wright Prize from The Society of Rehabilitation Research 

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