Nursing and psychosocial aspects

ALICE  - Develop and test an intervention effort within student health to support young people to cope with their everyday challenges
Karin Enskär, et al.
The majority of Swedish young people report that they are in good health, despite an increase in psychosomatic disorders. Therefore, the purpose of this work is to let the adolescents themselves develop a proposal for a new intervention based entirely on their experiences, so-called “experience-based co-design”. Thereafter, this "new" intervention will be tested and evaluated.

See Me – Talk to Me! Research on children as relatives
Karin Enskär, et al.
Many children live with parents who have a serious physical or mental illness. There is a knowledge gap about children as relatives, especially when it comes to early, basic interventions for all children. The research project is about detecting and helping the children who need support at an early stage. The first phase ("See Me"), will be to identify the children whose parents are physically ill. The second phase ("Talk to Me"), will provide and evaluate the care, information and support offered to children.

Children as relatives in cancer care
Karin Enskär, et al.
This research projects is a continuation of the aforementioned project, with the aim to assess which children require increased support.

What schools want to know about childhood cancer and school performance after leukemi and lymphoma
Lönnerblad, Harila Saari, Enskär, et al.
Survival for childhood cancer has today risen to around 85%, which means that more and more children affected by cancer are in the Swedish classrooms. The purpose of this project is to promote learning in school for children treated for cancer by creating an increased understanding among teachers/specialized teachers/special educators/school leaders about conditions and challenges during schooling in children treated for cancer.

Last modified: 2021-11-30