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Ingrid Berghs research focuses on how pain is experienced, expressed and measured in different patient and age groups. The research is conducted with both quantitative and qualitative methods. Ingrid Bergh is also studying the use and effect of complementary and alternative methods within established healthcare
Mindfulness and its efficacy for psychological and biological responses in women with breast cancerKenne Sarenmalm Elisabeth, Mårtensson Lena B., Andersson Bengt A. et al.Cancer Medicine, 2017, 6(5), 1108-1122.
Undergraduate nursing students' attitudes and preparedness toward caring for dying persons: A longitudinal study
Henoch Ingela, Melin-Johansson Christina, Bergh Ingrid et al.Nurse Education in Practice, 2017, 26, 12-20.
Factors influencing attitude toward care of dying patients in first-year nursing studentsHagelin Carina Lundh, Melin-Johansson Christina, Henoch Ingela et al.International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 2016, 22(1), 28-36.
Nursing students' perceptions of caring for dying people, after one year in nursing school
Österlind Jane, Prahl Charlotte, Westin Lars et al.Nurse Education Today, 2016, 41, 12-16.
Assessment and documentation of women's labour pain: A cross-sectional study in Swedish delivery wardsBergh Ingrid H. E., Johansson Anna, Bratt Annelie et al.Women and Birth, 2015, 28(2), E14-E18.
Home healthcare teams' assessments of pain in care recipients living with dementia: a Swedish exploratory study
Karlsson Christina Elisabeth, Ernsth Bravell Marie, Ek Kristina et al.International Journal of Older People Nursing, 2015, 10(3), 190-200.
Comparison between mixed and laminar airflow systems in operating rooms and the influence of human factors: Experiences from a Swedish orthopedic centerErichsen Andersson Annette, Petzold Max, Bergh Ingrid et al.American Journal of Infection Control, 2014, 42(6), 665-669.
Death and caring for dying patients: exploring first-year nursing students' descriptive experiences
Ek Kristina, Westin Lars, Prahl Charlotte et al.International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 2014, 20(10), 509-515.
Midwifery students' conceptions of worst imaginable pain
Mårtensson Lena B., Ek Kristina, Ekström Anette et al.Women and Birth, 2014, 27(2), 104-107.
Swedish nursing students' reasoning about emotionally demanding issues in caring for dying patients
Strang Susann, Bergh Ingrid, Ek Kristina et al.International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 2014, 20(4), 194-200.