Tag Archives: Patient experience

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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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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On empathy

I just had to share this. I hope I remember it myself the next time an urge to start “silver lining” comes to me. On the other hand, perhaps silver lining is a good coping strategy? In the blog post Cancer … Continue reading

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The importance of a shared meal

Food is important to me. I think everyone who knows me can vouch for that. I don’t know if people can be categorized into those that eat to live and those that live to eat, but I would probably belong … Continue reading

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The story of illness

I’m a researcher in health informatics – but growing up, what I always dreamed of was being an author, a storyteller. As a researcher, I of course get to write. And write, and write. But the storytelling is seldom in … Continue reading

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Lifelines

I sneak by the room where you sit in your favorite chair – I don’t know if you’re sleeping. I don’t want you to see I’ve been crying. Again. I step carefully over the plastic tube that gives you oxygen. … Continue reading

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How dangerous is it to worry?

This is a question that has been spinning around in my head for some time now. I’m on the train right now, returning home after 3 fun and inspiring days at the Vitalis conference in Gothenburg. One issue that we … Continue reading

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