Some of our joint projects
15/06/2018: 4th Symposium on Obstetrics
Topic: Perinatal care for women and their children following migration
Since 2017: Continuing education: Maternity Clinic course
Jointly developed course for Maternity Clinic nurses comprising eLearning, on-site teaching and an advanced course on mental disorders during the postpartum period
Since 2016: Continuing education: Midwifery simulation training
Interprofessional simulation training for obstetrics emergencies
2016–2019: Research project: Nursing staff aged 50+
Literary analysis of promising methods for keeping nursing staff over the age of 55 in work and promoting collaboration between the generations.
Master’s thesis on the factors that encourage nursing staff to remain in work over the age of 50.
2016–2019: Research project: Perception of patient and visitor aggression (PERoPA)
Perception and handling of patient and visitor aggression by managers in somatic and psychiatric clinics.
2016–2017: Research project: New information management in midwifery (IMAGE)
Lindenhofgruppe primarily uses traditional methods such as brochures to convey information to their patients. Focus group interviews are used to gather information on needs and experiences with current methods. This information and literature research are used to inform the development of an innovative, future-oriented information management system.
2014–2017: Research project: Patients’ experiences with participation in ERAS
Qualitative study of patients’ experiences of the ERAS (enhanced recovery after surgery) programme with the aim of better understanding how patients experience and evaluate the ERAS treatment concept in order to improve patient-centred care.
2013–2014: Continuing education: eLearning on problematic alcohol consumption in acute hospitals
Joint development of an eLearning programme with video sequences. Evaluation of the learning effect as part of a master’s thesis.
2009: Research project: Health literacy
Translation and validation of a screening tool to assess patients’ health literacy. Development of guidelines for nursing staff for carrying out the screening and supporting patients with limited health literacy.
2008–2009: Research project: Aggression in patients and their relatives
Survey of nursing staff regarding how they handle aggression in patients and their relatives.