Care in high technological environments
Organisational unit: Research group
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Health Sciences
The research group Care in high tech environments strives to understand and explain what it is to be a person in need of highly technological care and advanced nursing. The point of departure is the vulnerable person within; intensive care, anesthesia, organ transplantation, radiography and ambulance care where advanced and technically intense nursing is provided in order to restore or promote health. The research focus is mainly on self-management and recovery after solid organ transplantation. Extensive research is also conducted regarding person centeredness and person centered climate as well as ethical stress within ambulance care. Further a theoretical framework is developed regarding surrendering into anesthesia. We explore experiences of being a person suffering from nephrotic syndrome, pain after thoracic surgery and experiences from radiation therapy of children with malignancy. Finally experiences of pediatric intensive care is investigated.
Recent research outputs
Age and health-related quality of life, general self-efficacy, and functional level 12 months following dysvascular major lower limb amputation: a prospective longitudinal studyMadsen, U. R., Baath, C., Berthelsen, C. B. & Hommel, A., 2018 Jun 18, In : Disability and Rehabilitation. p. 1-10 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
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Absence of evidence-based and person-centred guidelines in the Swedish Emergency Medical Services: a patient safety issue?Lederman, J., Svensson, A. & Andreas Rantala, 2018 Feb 20, In : International Emergency Nursing.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Debate/Note/Editorial