Author Archives: mariahagglund

A new adventure begins

It’s time to shake some life into this blog again. Why? After almost 2 years of silence? Well. The past two years have had their fair share of ups and downs, and life has simply been moving too fast for … Continue reading

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Burden of interacting with healthcare

Today I was at the MYiHealth conference in Stockholm. I gave a workshop together with Sara Riggare and Eskil Degsell and the topic was Digital Patients leading development of healthcare. We had a great time, and the discussions in our … Continue reading

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Patients’ online access to Electronic Health Records – current status and experiences from the implementation in Sweden

In a couple of ours I will be presenting a paper I’ve written together with Isabella Scandurra to an audience at MedInfo2017, a big international Medical and Health Informatics conference. This year the conference is held in Hangzhou, China and … Continue reading

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Medinfo 2017 – off to China!

In a couple of hours I’m heading to the airoport for a great adventure – almost three weeks in China culminating with the MedInfo conference in Hangzhou. My first mission at the conference will be to hold a workshop together … Continue reading

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From Transparency to Collaboration

A couple of weeks ago, I finally had the time to sit down and write a reflection based on my participation in the Salzburg global seminar and my own experiences of using the the Swedish patient accessible electronic health record … Continue reading

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Graduation!

It’s already been a few weeks now, but the 2nd of June we had the graduation ceremony for all international master students in Aula Medica at Karolinska Institutet. It’s always a very nice ceremony, but this year it was extra … Continue reading

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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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