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Health Professionals’ and Patients Experience with Patients Accessing their Electronic Health Record in Norway Har passerat

Tisdag 18 maj 2021 13:20 - 13:40 4. Live (English)

Föreläsare: Monika Johansen

Spår: Journalen 2021 - Viktig så in i Norden



Språk

English

Ämne

Invånare/Patientbehov

Föreläsningssyfte

Orientering

Kunskapsnivå

Fördjupning

Målgrupp

Chef/Beslutsfattare, Politiker, Verksamhetsutveckling, Tekniker/IT/Utvecklare, Forskare (även studerande), Studerande, Omsorgspersonal, Vårdpersonal, Patientorganisationer/Brukarorganisationer

Nyckelord

Exempel från verkligheten (goda/dåliga), Nytta/effekt, Personcentrering, Styrning/Förvaltning, Innovativ/forskning, Uppföljning/Nulägesbeskrivning, Patientsäkerhet, Information/myndighet, Användbarhet

Föreläsare

Profilbild för Monika Johansen

Monika Johansen Föreläsare

Director Digital Health Services, Norwegian Centre for E-health Research
Nasjonalt senter for e-helseforskning

Monika A. Johansen, PhD, is Director Digital Health Services, and a Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Centre for e-health Research in Norway. She also held a part-time post as Associate Professor at the Department of Clinical Medicine, The Artic University of Norway (UIT).
Johansen has more than twenty-six years’ experience from the e-health field. She has worked at the Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine (NST) and the Norwegian Centre for e-health research (NSE), both as a researcher and as a leader/manager. Nine years as a researcher and project manager of regional, national and international research projects. Nearly eighteen years as Head of different sections/departments; leading researchers, system developers and service innovators.
Present research activities and fields of interests: Electronic medicine management, online patient services, patient’s access to their own EHR, electronic patient-provider communication, electronic patient journal system, and implementation research, effects and benefits of e-health services for citizens and health professionals.