Vice Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences with responsibility for:
Strategic development of our study portfolio
Realise the overarching goals of our professional educations
Strategic development of educational quality for the whole faculty
Internationalisation of our study portfolio
Internal and external strategic cooperaton
PhD, Department of nursing science, Institute of Health and Society, University of Oslo. Thesis: Nursing Older People – Competence Evaluation Tool. Development and psychometric evaluation of an instrument measuring community-based nursing staff competence. Defended 06.03.2015
Master of Science in Health Promotion, University of Wales. Dissertation: An investigation of factors associated with adolescents’ eating habits and weight satisfaction. A descriptive and analytical cross-sectional study of Norwegian 15-16-year-olds.
Human geography (grunnfag), University of Oslo. Main fields of study: cultural geography, development geography, economic geography and political geography.
Bachelor in nursing, Vestfold University College. Bachelor in nursing with practice placements within nursing home, hospital, psychiatry, home care and health promotion related work. Bachelor’s dissertation: Empowerment of patients in home nursing.
Philosophy of science (Eksamen philosophicum), University
of Oslo. Compulsory preparation course/exam for university studies in Norway.
Vice Dean of the Faculty of Health- and Social Sciences, University College of Southeast Norway.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Science, University College of Southeast Norway. Teaching, supervision, censorship, establishing a new master program in advanced practice nursing, course leader for three master courses, postdoc research on advanced practice nursing, delirium and urine sampling in home care (innovation).
PhD research fellow, Department of Nursing Science, HELSAM.
Assistant professor, Faculty of Health Science, Vestfold University College. Teaching, supervision, censorship, practical skills training, and practice placements for students in bachelor of nursing. Research projects; publications Torp et al. (2013) and Næss et al. (2011).
Research and development leader, Oslo Teaching Nursing Home (Undervisningssykehjemmet i Oslo, Abildsø bo- og rehabiliteringssenter). Initiated, developed, and coordinated R&D projects for nursing homes. Budgetary and fiscal responsibility. Cooperation with relevant R&D environments. Profilation of R&D unit. Member of management team at nursing home. Secretary for Board of Oslo Teaching Nursing Home.
Clinical Specialist, Medi-Stim, Oslo. Clinical specialist in blood flow measurement for bypass surgery. Training of new employees, distributors, and end users (RNs, perfusionists, and surgeons) in Europe, Asia, and the USA.
Registered nurse, St. Claraspital, Basel, Switzerland. Medical, oncology ward. Responsible for up to 22 patients and 10 employees on a shift. Treatment and nursing of patients, administrative work, supervision of students.
Bing-Jonsson, P. C., Slater, P., McCormack, B., & Fagerström, L. (2018). Norwegian translation, cultural adaption and testing of the Person-centred Practice Inventory – Staff (PCPI-S). BMC Health Services Research, 18(555). doi:10.1186/s12913-018-3374-5
Sánchez, V. G., Taylor, I., & Bing-Jonsson, P. C. (2017). Ethics of smart house welfare technology for older adults: a systematic literature review. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. doi:https://doi.org/10.1017/S0266462317000964
Tieges, Z., Watne, L. O., Bing-Jonsson, P. C., Stíobhairt, A., & MacLullich, A. M. (2017). Diversity of opinions on delirium severity: an international survey of 344 delirium specialists. Paper presented at the 12th annual meeting of the European Delirium Association Oslo, Norway.
Eilertsen, Ingrid; Bing-Jonsson, Pia Cecilie; Fagerström, Lisbeth. (2016). Objective Structured Clinical Examination in Advanced Practice Nursing Education. 9th ICN INP/APN Network Conference; 2016-09-08 - 2016-09-11
Eilertsen, Ingrid; Johansen, Edda Aslaug; Bing-Jonsson, Pia Cecilie; Fagerström, Lisbeth. (2016)
Objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) for avansert klinisk sykepleie - Fokusgruppeintervju med studenter, sensorer og simulerte pasienter. Nordisk konferanse om simulering; 2016-02-03 - 2016-02-04
Bing-Jonsson, P. C., Hofoss, D., Kirkevold, M., Bjørk , I. T., & Foss, C. (2016). Sufficient competence in community elderly care? Results from a competence measurement of nursing staff. BMC Nursing, 15(5). doi:10.1186/s12912-016-0124-z
Bing-Jonsson, P. C., Bjørk , I. T., & Foss, C. (2015). The competence gap in community elderly care: Imbalance between expected and actual nursing staff competence. Nordic Journal of Nursing Research. doi: 10.1177/0107408315601814
Bing-Jonsson, Pia Cecilie; Mølstad, Kathy; Westra, B. L.; Saranto, Kaija; Moen, Anne. (2014)
eHealth literacy – a competence challenge for the nursing workforce.. NI2014,; 2014-06-21 - 2014-06-25 UiO
Bing-Jonsson, P. C. (2015). Nursing Older People - Competence Evaluation Tool. Development and psychometric evaluation of an instrument measuring community-based nursing staff competence. (PhD), University of Oslo, Oslo.
Bing-Jonsson, P. C., Hofoss, D., Kirkevold, M., Bjørk, I. T., & Foss, C. (2015). "Nursing Older People - Competence Evaluation Tool": Development and psychometric evaluation. Journal of Nursing Measurement, 23(1), 127-153. doi: 10.1891/1061-37184.108.40.206
Bing-Jonsson, P. C., Bjørk, I. T., Hofoss, D., Kirkevold, M., & Foss, C. (2015). Competence in advanced older people nursing: development of ‛Nursing older people - Competence evaluation tool’. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 10, 59-72. doi: 10.1111/opn.12057
Bing-Jonsson, P. C., Bjørk, I. T., Hofoss, D., Kirkevold, M., & Foss, C. (2013). Instruments Measuring Nursing Staff Competence in Community Health Care. A Systematic Literature Review. Home Health Care Management & Practice, 25(6), 282-294. doi: 10.1177/1084822313494784
Torp, S., Bing-Jonsson, P. C., & Hanson, E. (2013). Experiences with using information and communication technology to build a multi-municipal support network for informal carers. Informatics for health & social care, 38(3), 265-279. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/17538157.2012.735733