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      Mia Berglund

      Associate Professor of Nursing
      School of Health Sciences
      Room G3404

      Mia Berglund's research focuses on how people learn to live with long-term illnesses and how this learning can be supported. Mia Berglund has developed a didactic model: The challenge – to take control of one’s life with long-term illness. The model are implemented and evaluated in different care contexts. The model are also used in a project in which health care providers are trained to support older people with long-term pain through Reflective STRENGTH-giving dialogue. Mia's research also involves students, teachers and health care providers learning.

       

      Research

      2021

      Cecilia Åberg, Mia Berglund, Jenny Hallgren, Catharina Gillsjö

      Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences

      2021. Article. https://doi.org/10.1111/scs.12892 Open Access

      2020

      Anna Kjellsdotter, Mia Berglund, Elisabeth Jebens, Jennie Kvick, Susanne Andersson

      International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being

      2020. Article. https://doi.org/10.1080/17482631.2020.1726856 Open Access

      Cecilia Åberg, Catharina Gillsjö, Jenny Hallgren, Mia Berglund

      International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being

      2020. Article. https://doi.org/10.1080/17482631.2020.1747251 Open Access

      2019

      The project intends to implement and evaluate a research-based didactic model; “The challenge of taking charge of one’s life - learning in long-term illness” from a patient and caregiver perspective. The model aims to meet, confront and in a tactfully manner challenge the patient to reflect on their perceptions conceptions, thoughts, actions and feelings in daily living with the illness. In this way, group education is given a different focus than the more traditional one, which is structured with lectures on the disease and its treatment.

      May 2015 - December 2023 DHEAR – for a healthier and more sustainable soci
      March 2019 - June 2027 DHEAR – for a healthier and more sustainable soci
      March 2019 - December 2020 DHEAR – for a healthier and more sustainable soci
      January 2017 - December 2024 DHEAR
      Published: 1/9/2020
      Edited: 1/9/2020
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