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Ny doktorgrad om livet som lege

Tuva Kolstad Hertzberg forsvarte tidligere denne måneden sin avhandling En jobb å leve med? - En kvalitativ og kvantitativ studie blant norske leger om hvordan ønsket om å være en god lege utfordrer balansen mellom jobb og hjem.

How general practitioners understand and handle medically unexplained symptoms: a focus group study

– Medical students should spend more time learning biopsychosocial medicine, and to integrate the clinical knowledge of their peers with their own, writes Erik Børve Rasmussen and Karin Isaksson Rø in a research article, recently published in BMC Family Practice.

How do medical doctors consider different steering instruments’ effects on quality and equity in health care? / Norske legers syn på styringsinstrumentenes betydning

Chapter in: Aasen HS, Bringedal B, Bærøe K, Magnussen A-M (ed). Prioritering, styring og likebehandling: Utfordringer i norsk helsetjeneste. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2018.

Prioritering, styring og likebehandling: Utfordringer i norsk helsetjeneste

- Kunnskap om de ulike faktorene som påvirker de vanskelige beslutningene i helsetjenesten, er avgjørende for at vi skal kunne utvikle et helsevesen som yter gode og likeverdige tjenester til alle, skriver redaktørene av en ny antologi (Aasen HS, Bringedal B, Bærøe K, Magnussen A-M. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2018).

Leger i hardt vær

–  Kan en lege sammenlignes med en vindsurfer? En som har valgt å oppsøke bølgene og finner tilfredshet i å mestre også i hardt vær – faglig, emosjonelt og praktisk? spør LEFOs instituttleder Karin Isaksson Rø i Utposten nr. 2/2018.

Physician characteristics influence the trends in resuscitation decisions at different ages

– Specialty and personal characteristics still have an impact on how we consider important ethical issues, showes a study by Thor Willy Ruud Hansen, Olaf Gjerløw Aasland, Annie Janvier and Reidun Førde, recently published in Acta Pædiatrica.

Attitudes and opinions on coercion among professionals

In this article the authors – Olaf Gjerløw Aasland, Tonje Lossius, Reidun Førde and Reidar Pedersen – analyses authoritarian and dialogical approaches in attitudes and opinions on coercion among professionals in mental health and addiction care in Norway.

Perceived bullying among Norwegian doctors

– Doctors with higher scores on the personality trait neuroticism were more likely to perceive bullying, as were female doctors, doctors with poor job satisfaction and poor self-rated health, is shown in a study from LEFO's senior researchers Judith Rosta and Olaf Gjerløw Aasland (BMJ Open 2018;8:e018161).

Between professional values, social regulations and patient preferences: medical doctors' perceptions of ethical dilemmas

In a study recently published in Journal of Medical Ethics the authors – Berit Bringedal, Karin Isaksson Rø, Morten Magelssen, Reidun Førde and Olaf Gjerløw Aasland – showes that viewing dilemmas as role conflicts can be a fruitful approach to the discussions about ethical dilemmas in professional practice.

The need to succeed – learning experiences of value-based healthcare

The aim of this study by Kjerstin Nilsson, LEFO's guest researcher Fredrik Bååthe, Annette Erichsen Andersson and Mette Sandoff  has been to explore learning experiences from the two first years of the implementation of value-based healthcare (VBHC) at a large Swedish University Hospital.

The HPV vaccine

In a study recently published in Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care the authors - Nilsen K, Aasland OG, Klouman E - shares knowledge and attitudes among public health nurses and general practitioners in Northern Norway after introduction of the vaccine in the school-based vaccination programme.

Value-based healthcare as a trigger for improvement initiatives

- Regardless of strategi, managers and clinical leaders need to develop increased competence in change management, is the conclusion of a study from LEFO's guest researcher Fredrik Bååthe in Leadership & Organization Development Journal (LODJ).

Doctors´ job satisfaction during early career and economic recession. Prospective and cross-national studies in Norway and Iceland Ingunn Bjarnadottir Solberg ved Institutt for medisinske basalfag, Avdeling for medisinsk atferdsvitenskap, Universitetet i Oslo (UiO), forsvarte 21. august 2017 sin avhandling for graden dr. philos. (doctor philosophiae).

Utdanner Universitetet i Tromsø – Norges arktiske universitet leger til å arbeide i distriktet?

Gaski M, Halvorsen PA, Aaraas IJ, Aasland OG. Tidsskr Nor Legeforen 2017:137: 1026-31. A peer reviewed article in both Norwegian and English: Does the University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway educate doctors to work in rural communities?

Changes in prevalence of workplace violence against doctors

A repeated cross-sectional survey in all medical specialties in Norway between 1993 and 2014 shows that a substantial proportion of doctors experience threats and real acts of violence during their work-time career (Johansen IH, Baste V, Rosta J, Aasland OG, Morken T. BMJ Open 2017 Aug 11; 7 (8): e017757).

Are anaesthesiologists different?

Interesting patterns in doctor's mortality is discussed in an editorial from LEFO's senior researcher Olaf Gjerløw Aasland (Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2017 Sep;61(8):874-875).

LIS kommer sent i gang med veiledning

En ny rapport om spesialistutdanningen viser stadig forbedringspotensial for veiledning og supervisjon i sykehusene.

Staff’s normative attitudes towards coercion: the role of moral doubt and professional context — a cross-sectional survey study

This study showed that experiencing moral doubt is related to some one’s normative attitude towards coercion (Molewijk B, Kok A, Husum A, Pedersen R, Aasland O. BMC Medical Ethics 2017 May 25; 18(1):37).

Is imperfection becoming easier to live with for doctors?

- Our results indicate that adverse events are being met more openly in 2012 than in 2000, and coping with imperfection and patient complaints is less devastating for new generations of doctors (Førde R, Aasland OG. Clinical Ethics 2017; 12: 31-6).

The Norwegian National Council for Priority Setting in Health Care: decisions and justifications

- We found that although the Council often made use of the official priority-setting criteria, they did so in an unsystematic and inconsistent manner (Wester G, Bringedal B. Health Econ Policy Law 2017; Mar 21: 1-19).

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