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      Margaretha Larsson

      Senior Lecturer in Nursing
      School of Health Sciences
      Room G3717
      Margaretha Larsson is assist professor, has a PhD in nursing science, is a registered nurse and has specialist education in oncological care and as district nurse.

      Margaretha Larsson works as a senior lecturer at the University of Skövde with assignments as a teacher, responsible for the for the school nurse program during the year 2016–2018 and from 2018 for the district nurse program.

      From 2018 she has the assignment as research group leader for the research group FamCeH (Family-centered health) and from 2019 is she a teacher member of the University Board.

      Education

      Programme
      75 credits
      Master's (2nd cycle)

      Research

      My research

      Margaretha's area of research is children and adolescent's health as well as the family. An additional research area is the assessment of care needs via telephone counseling and learning during professional education. The research has been conducted with both quantitative and qualitative methods.

      2023

      Jenny Hallgren, Caroline A. Bäckström, Madelene Pettersson, Emelie Sternehov, Margaretha Larsson

      Nordic journal of nursing research

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.1177/20571585221096548 Open Access

      Margaretha Larsson, Caroline Bäckström, Rebecca Larsson, Sara Gahm, Marie Wilhsson

      Primary Health Care Research and Development

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1463423623000336 Open Access

      Margaretha Larsson, Marie Wilhsson, Sabine Hagman Nielsen, Jenny Larsson, Irene Eriksson

      Nordic journal of nursing research

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.1177/20571585221106078 Open Access

      Marie Wilhsson, Erika Hagström Santo da Silva, Susanna Loander Löf, Margaretha Larsson

      British Journal of Child Health

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.12968/chhe.2023.4.3.122 Open Access

      Marie Wilhsson, Lisen Törnqvist, Ida Söderquist, Margaretha Larsson

      British Journal of Child Health

      2023. Article. https://doi.org/10.12968/chhe.2023.4.4.196

      2022

      Inger Ahlstrand, Ingrid Larsson, Margaretha Larsson, Aimée Ekman, Lena Hedén, Katja Laakso, Ulrika Lindmark, Håkan Nunstedt, Lena Oxelmark, Sandra Pennbrant, Annelie Johansson Sundler, Jenny Hallgren

      BMC Public Health

      2022. Article. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-022-13690-z Open Access

      Caroline A. Bäckström, Kristina Carlén, Viveca Larsson, Lena Birgitta Mårtensson, Stina Thorstensson, Marina Berglund, Therese Larsson, Björn Bouwmeester, Marie Wilhsson, Margaretha Larsson

      Digital Health

      2022. Article, review. https://doi.org/10.1177/20552076221090335 Open Access

      Ongoing projects

      To strengthen young people's mental health

      The overall aim of the research project is to explore whether young people's mental health is strengthened by to participate in the implementation of the program, It is not visible. The program aims to teach young people, and their related adults, to regularly practice strategies to promote well-being.

      January 2024 - December 2027 DHEAR

      Health and Lifestyle of Children and Adolescents in a Digitalized Society

      The health processes of children and adolescents are affected by contemporary societal discourse on values, identity formation and digitalization. It is important to make visible sexual diversity, enable healthy relationships and to prevent relationship violence. Digitalization may be utilized to contribute to and sustain health in an undertaking to gradually advance equal and sustainable development in society when supported by a health-promotive approach and a focus on the identification of resources over time.

      August 2021 - June 2025 DHEAR – for a healthier and more sustainable soci

      Sustainable care – with existential health during transition to parenthood

      The University of Skövde funds a doctoral project on parental support. The overall aim with this doctoral project is to examine existential health and sustainable development among women and partners during the transition to parenthood as well as explore midwifes understanding of existential health and sustainable development in a digital society relating to parenthood. This can be a basis for creating a care that contributes to sustainability for parents and society.

      June 2019 - December 2024 DHEAR

      Digital Parental Support

      The research project Digital Parental Support research project was initiated in 2019 as a pilot project collaboration and includes researchers from the research group FamCeH at the University of Skövde (the School of Health Sciences), researchers from the School of Information Science at the University of Skövde, University of Borås, the Labor and Postnatal Ward at Skövde Skaraborgs Hospital and Antenatal Clinics Skövde and, Västra Götalandsregionen.

      January 2019 - December 2024 DHEAR
      Published: 1/9/2020
      Edited: 1/9/2020
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