Barriers and opportunities: Work life of people with type 2 diabetes
The ability to work is related to different health related outcomes and is an important aspect of quality of life.
Development and feasibility test of a health education program targeting people with mental illness
The study is based on a design-thinking approach putting the target group (people with mental illness) at the centre of problem solving and development.
Family members have important roles in everyday management of diabetes. Problems and challenges are not restricted to the person with diabetes and often affect the whole family. This study will study needs and problem areas in families and among healthcare professionals. and develop methods to generate involvement and action competence in families.
Proteomic prediction and Renin angiotensin aldosterone system Inhibition prevention Of early diabetic nephRopathy In Type 2 diabetic patients with normoalbuminuria.
The aim of the study is to explore the influence of bio-psycho-social phenomena on the process of adapting to a life with diabetes. This knowledge will inform a new framework for a supportive programme of care at diagnosis of type 1 diabetes in adulthood.
Type 1 diabetes and work life
This PhD study (2015-2018) explores work life from the perspective of people with type 1 diabetes and the aims are to explore how type 1 diabetes affects and interacts with work life socially, psychologically and physically in relation to disease burden, identity and social practices in work life and to establish a research-based framework for developing relevant and realistic support strategies for people with diabetes in relation to work life.
This study explores how can we use patient-reported outcomes to promote patient centred care and psychosocial support in type 1 diabetes routine consultations?