Monthly Archives: March 2017

How open are you?

A article with the title Whom Do You Tell When You’re Sick? Maybe Everyone You Know in the New York Times stirred up a little discussion when shared in my Facebook flow the other day. One of the comments made by … Continue reading

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Demo environment of Swedish patients’ EHR access

So, today I’ve been showing my own online access to my electronic health record (EHR) to lots of people from all around the world. I was asked if there’s a way to see the e-service “Journalen” even if you don’t have … Continue reading

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Transparency and behavioral change

I’m exhausted after a long day of discussions and meetings and debate. Emotional, engaging and inspiring. We started the day with a great presentation of the OpenNotes initative in the US made by Jan Walker. The experience they have made of … Continue reading

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Travelling with nasaline

So this is the first time I have travelled with a bowl, a bag of salt and a “nose rinser”. But rinsing your sinuses with salt water 2 times/day were the doctors orders – and who am I to argue, … Continue reading

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On respect and knowledge

So, I’ve spent my first afternoon at the Salzburg Global Seminar Session 553, at the beautiful Schloss Leopoldskron just outside Salzburg, Austria. In addition to listening to some interesting discussions and meeting a lot of amazing people, I have a … Continue reading

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MobEVAL meet HäPP

Yesterday I dared to battle the Swedish weather and went on slippery roads to Norrtälje together with Magnus Peterson. It’s not the first time, and will not be the last as we are now proud supervisors of Lovisa Jäderlund Hagstedt … Continue reading

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Salzburg Global Seminar

I am so excited it’s almost a little ridiculous. I’ve been invited to join session 553 at the Salzburg Global Seminar! The session is called Toward a Shared Culture of Health:Enriching and Charting the Patient-Clinician Relationship, and some of the most prominent researchers … Continue reading

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