Her primary areas of study are Nursing, Health care, Competence, Phenomenography and Telenursing. Her Nursing research includes themes of Job satisfaction, Family medicine and Medical education. Her Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Workload and Self-efficacy.
Her studies in Competence integrate themes in fields like Health knowledge, Nursing ethics and Multicenter study. Her work carried out in the field of Phenomenography brings together such families of science as Clinical competence and Anesthesiology. Her work in Telenursing addresses issues such as Triage, which are connected to fields such as Remote Consultation.
Inger Holmström focuses on Nursing, Health care, Family medicine, Medical education and Telenursing. Her study in Nursing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Patient safety and Competence. As a part of the same scientific family, Inger Holmström mostly works in the field of Health care, focusing on Public health and, on occasion, Feeling.
Her work deals with themes such as Primary health care and Drug, which intersect with Family medicine. The Clinical skills research she does as part of her general Medical education study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Foreign origin and Technical skills, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her Telenursing research incorporates elements of Patient satisfaction, Triage and Remote Consultation.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Nursing, Health care, Cross-sectional study, Medical education and Foreign origin. Inger Holmström combines subjects such as Patient safety and Patient centered with her study of Nursing. Her research integrates issues of Observational study and Nonverbal communication in her study of Patient safety.
Her Patient centered research focuses on Care communication and how it relates to Socio emotional and Social psychology. Her work on Home health as part of general Health care study is frequently connected to Work motivation, Sample and Clinical Practice, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her Cultural competence study combines topics in areas such as School health and Cultural knowledge.
Inger Holmström mostly deals with Nursing, Biomedical sciences, Health care, Thematic analysis and Internal medicine. Her primary area of study in Nursing is in the field of Nurse education. Her research on Biomedical sciences frequently links to adjacent areas such as Home health.
The various areas that Inger Holmström examines in her Health care study include Affect and Patient care. Her Thematic analysis investigation overlaps with other areas such as Triage, Emergency medical dispatch, Medical emergency, Perspective and Qualitative interviews. In her papers, Inger Holmström integrates diverse fields, such as Internal medicine, Abdominal aortic aneurysm and Smoking cessation.
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The relation between patient-centeredness and patient empowerment : a discussion on concepts.
Inger Holmström;Marta Röing.
Patient Education and Counseling (2010)
Phenomenographic or phenomenological analysis: does it matter? Examples from a study on anaesthesiologists’ work
Jan Larsson;Inger Holmström.
International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being (2007)
Balint Groups as a Means to Increase Job Satisfaction and Prevent Burnout Among General Practitioners
Dorte Kjeldmand;Inger Holmström.
Annals of Family Medicine (2008)
"Same same or different?" A review of reviews of person-centered and patient-centered care
Jakob Håkansson Eklund;Inger K. Holmström;Tomas Kumlin;Elenor Kaminsky.
Patient Education and Counseling (2019)
'Carer and gatekeeper' - conflicting demands in nurses' experiences of telephone advisory services
Inger Holmström;Gloria Dall'Alba.
Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences (2002)
Professional artist, good Samaritan, servant and co-ordinator: four ways of understanding the anaesthetist's work.
Jan Larsson;Inger Holmström;Urban Rosenqvist.
Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica (2003)
Telenurses’ experiences of working with computerized decision support: supporting, inhibiting and quality improving
Annica Ernesäter;Inger Holmström;Maria Engström.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2009)
The faceless encounter: ethical dilemmas in telephone nursing.
Inger Holmström;Anna T Höglund.
Journal of Clinical Nursing (2007)
Balint training makes GPs thrive better in their job.
Dorte Kjeldmand;Inger Holmström;Urban Rosenqvist.
Patient Education and Counseling (2004)
Decision aid software programs in telenursing : not used as intended? Experiences of Swedish telenurses
Nursing & Health Sciences (2007)
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