Publikasjoner fra senter for kvinne-, familie- og barns helse

Utvalgte publikasjoner de siste fem år

 

Jarneid, H., Gjestad, K., Røseth, I. & Dahl, B. (2020). Fathers’ experiences of being present at unplanned out-of-hospital birth: A qualitative study. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare (accepted).

Liew Z, Luo J, Nohr EA, Bech BH, Bossi R, Arah OA, Olsen J. (2020). Maternal Plasma Perfluoroalkyl Substances and Miscarriage: A Nested Case-Control Study in the Danish National Birth Cohort.  Environ Health Perspect., 128(4):47007. doi: 10.1289/EHP6202.

Pedersen P, Momsen AH, Andersen DR, Nielsen CV, Nohr EA, Maimburg RD. (2020), Associations between work environment, health status and sick leave among pregnant employees.  Scand J Public Health, 28:1403494820919564. doi: 10.1177/1403494820919564.

Ljungblad, L.W., Skovdahl, K., Mc Cormack, B. & Dahl, B. (2020). Balancing life and death during the Golden Minute – Midwives’ experiences of performing newborn resuscitation. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 13, 943-952.

Eri, T., Berg, M., Dahl, B., Gottfreðsdóttir, H., Sommerseth, E. & Prinds, C. (2020). Models for midwifery care: A mapping review.  European Journal of Midwifery, 4(July), 30. doi.org/10.18332/ejm/124110

Røseth, I., Austenå, H., Sommerseth, E., Dahl, B., Lyberg, A. & Bongaardt, R.  (2020). Fleeting boundaries and moving targets: midwife leaders’ perspectives on continual professional education. Sage Open, 10(2), 1-9. doi: 10.1177/2158244020933610

Garnweidner-Holme, L., Henriksen, L., Flaathen, E.M., Klette, T. & Lukasse, M. (2020). Midwives’ Attitudes toward and Experience of a Tablet Intervention to Promote Safety Behaviors for Pregnant Women of Different Ethnic Backgrounds Reporting Intimate Partner Violence: A Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, May 20;8(5):e16828 doi:10.2196/16828

Flaathen, E.M., Lukasse, M., Garnweidner-Holme, L., Angelshaug, J. & Henriksen, L. User-involvement in the development of a culture-sensitive intervention in the Safe Pregnancy study to prevent intimate partner violence Violence Against Women, Sep 28;1077801220954274. doi: 10.1177/1077801220954274.

Rishal, P., Devi Pun, K., Schei, B., Bhandari, B., Kumar Joshi, S., Swahnberg, K., Infanti, J. & Lukasse, M. (2020). Improving safety among pregnant women reporting domestic violence in Nepal – A pilot study. Int J Environ Res Public Health,17(2268) doi: 10.3390/ijerph17072268

Gaudernack, L., Melbye Michelsen, T., Egeland, T., Voldner, N. & Lukasse, M. (2020) Does prolonged labor affect the birth experiences and subsequent wishes for cesarean section among first-time mothers? BMC Preg & Childbirth Oct 8;20(1):605.doi: 10.1186/s12884-020-03196-0.

Lukasse, M., Hovda, I., Borg Thommessen, S.A., McAuley, S. & Morrison, M. (2020). Oxytocin and emergency Caesarean Section in a medium-sized hospital in Pakistan – a cross-sectional study. European Journal of Midwifery 2020;4(August):33 DOI: https://doi.org/10.18332/ejm/124111

Waldum, Å.H., Jacobsen, A.F., Lukasse, M., Staff, A.T., Falk, R.S, Vangen, S. &Sørbye, I.K. (2020). The provision of obstetric analgesia according to maternal birthplace: a Norwegian register study. BMC Preg & Childbirth, 20(1) 321-10 doi.org/10.1186/s12884-020-03021-8

Jacobsen, K., Vik, E.S. & Dahl, B. (2020). Solo Mothers After Assisted Conception and Their Experiences with Postnatal Care. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 13, 53 – 61.

Ljungblad, L.W., Sandvik, S.A. & Lyberg, A. (2019). The impact of skilled birth attendants trained on newborn resucitation in Tanzania: A literature review. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijans.2019.100168

Selmer-Olsen, T., Aagaard-Nohr, E., Tappert, C. & Eggebø, T. (2019). Incidence and risk factors for obstetric anal sphincter ruptures, OASIS, following the introduction of preventive interventions. A retrospective cohort study from a Norwegian hospital 2012–2017. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, 22, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.srhc.2019.100460

Vagle, H., Haukeland, G.T., Dahl, B., Aasheim, V. & Vik, E. S. (2019). Emergency medical technicians’ experiences with unplanned births outside institution: a qualitative interview study. Nursing Open, 6(4), 1542-1550.https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.354

Lorentzen, I., Andersen, C. S., Jensen, H. S., Fogsgaard, A., Foureur, M., Lauszus, F. & Nohr, E. A. (2019). Study Protocol for a randomized trial evaluating the effect of a «birth environment room» versus a standard labour room on birth outcomes and the birth experience. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, Volume 14, June 2019, 100336, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conctc.2019.100336.

Dahl, B., Røseth, I., Lyberg, A., Bongaardt, R. & Sommerseth, E. (2019). Education is a private matter – Clinical midwives’ experiences of being part-time master students in midwifery. Nurse Education in Practice, DOI:10.1016/j.nepr.2019.07.002

Forsberg, K. E., Lassemo, R. & Lukasse, M. (2019).Contraceptive consultations: A cross-sectional study of Norwegian women's experiences and opinions. European Journal of Midwifery, 3(12). DOI: https://doi.org/10.18332/ejm/109773

Tobiasson M. & Lyberg A. (2019) Fear of Childbirth from the Perspective of Midwives Working in Hospitals in Norway- A Qualitative study. Journal of Nursing Open, DOI/ epdf/10.002/9844366nop.2.304.

Jølstad A.L., Røsnæs E.R., Severinsson E., Lyberg A. (2019) Nurse Specialist Clinical Supervisor Paradigm Shift- Implementation of a Competence Program in Norway. Journal of Nursing Research and Practice, 5: 1-10 DOI: 10.1177/237796081.

Nilsen Mørch, M., Sommerseth, E. & Dahl, B. (2019). Kvinners barselerfaringer etter akutt keisersnitt – en kvalitativ studie. Sykepleien Forskning 14(76793) (e-76793). DOI:10.4220/Sykepleienf.2019.76793

Stavdal, M.N., Skjævestad, M.L.L. & Dahl, B. (2019). First-time parents´ experiences of proximity and intimacy after childbirth - a qualitative study. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, (20) 66-71.

Karanikola M., Lyberg A., Holm A.L. & Severinsson E. (2018) The Association between Deliberate Self-Harm and School Bullying Victimization and the Mediating Effect of Depressive Symptoms and Self-Stigma: A Systematic Review. Bio Med Research International, 4745791 DOI: 10.1155/2018/4745791.

Sandvik, B. M. & McCormack, B. (2018). Being person-centred in qualitative interviews: reflections on a process. International Practice Development (2), Journal, 14.11.2018, Vol 8    53 – 64. Doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2729.00341.x  https://www.fons.org/Resources/Documents/Journal/Vol8No2/IPDJ_0802_8.pdf

Sandvik, B.M., Dybdahl, R. og Hauge, S. (2018). Helsesøstre bruker program for foreldreveiledning aktivt i praksis. Sykepleien forskning 27.June 2018. DOI: 10.4220/Sykepleienf.2018.71217   https://sykepleien.no/forskning/2018/06/helsesostre-bruker-programforeldreveiledning-aktivt-i-praksis 

Aanensen, E.H, Skjoldal, K., Sommerseth, E. & Dahl, B. (2018). Easy to believe in, but hard to carry out - Norwegian midwives’ experiences of promoting normal birth in an obstetric-led maternity unit. International Journal of Childbirth, 8(3), DOI: 10.1891/2156-5287.8.3.167

Rönnerhag M., Severinsson E., Haruna M. & Berggren I. (2018) A qualitative evaluation of healthcare professionals’ perceptions of adverse events focusing on communication and teamwork in maternity care. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1-9. DOI:10.1111/jan.13864.

Rönnerhag M., Severinsson E., Haruna M. & Berggren I. (2018). A qualitative study of women’s experiences of safe childbirth in maternity care. Nursing and Health Sciences, 331-337. DOI: 10.1111/nhs.12558

Røseth I., Bongaardt R., Lyberg A. & Dahl B. (2018). New Mothers’ Struggle to Love their Child. An Interpretative Synthesis of Qualitative Studies. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 13 1490621 DOI: 10.1080/17482631.1490621

Takegata M., Haruna M, Morikawa M., Yonezawa, K., Komada, M., & Severinsson, E. (2018). A qualitative exploration of fear of childbirth and preferences for mode of birth among Japanese primiparas Nursing and Health Sciences 338-345. DOI: 10.1111/nhs.12571

Lyberg A. Dahl, B., Haruna M., Matsuzaki M. & Severinsson E. (2019) Links between patient safety and fear of childbirth-A meta-study of qualitative research. Nursing Open 6;18-29. https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.186.

Viken B., Balaam M-C. & Lyberg A. (2017) Chapter 8: A Salutogenic Perspective on Maternity Care for Migrant Women. In: Berg M. & Dowe S. (eds.) New thinking on improving maternity care: International perspectives. Ashford Colour Press, UK.

Dahl, B. Hermansen, M. & Severinsson E. (2017). Lost in a Nameless Chaos-Women’s experiences of postpartum depression. A meta-ethnographic study. Open Journal of Nursing 7, 962-977.

Erland, E. & Dahl, B. (2017) Midwives’ experiences of caring for pregnant women admitted to Ebola centres in Sierra Leone. Midwifery 55, 23-28.

Dahl B., Åkenes-Carlsen S. & Severinsson E. (2017) The use and misuse of mobile phones in the maternity ward - A treat to patient safety? Open Journal of Nursing 7, 707-719.

Jacobsen K.S. & Dahl B. (2017) More than just a child – Solo mothers’ maternity experiences. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare 12, 58-63.

Severinsson, E., Haruna, M., Rönnerhag, M., Holm, A.L., Hansen S., B. & Berggren, I. (2017) Evidence of linkages between patient safety and person-centred care in the maternal and obstetric context - An integrative review. Open Journal of Nursing 7, 378-398.

Adolfsson A., Hagander A., Mahjoubipour F. & Larsson P-G. (2017) How vaginal infections impact women's everydaylife: Women´s lived experiences of bacterial vaginosis and recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis.  Advances in Sexual Medicine 7, 1-19.

Vik E.S., Haukeland G.T. & Dahl B. (2017) Women’s experiences with giving birth before arrival. Midwifery 42, 10-15.

Takegata M., Haruna M, Matsuzaki M., Shiraishi M., Okano T. & Severinsson E. (2017)   Psychometric evaluation of the Japanese Wijma Delivery Expectancy/Experience Questionnaire version B. Open Journal of Nursing 7, 15-27.

Takegata M., Haruna M, Matsuzaki M., Shiraishi M., Okano T. & Severinsson E. (2017) Aetiological relationships between factors associated with postnatal traumatic symptoms among Japanese primiparas and multiparas: A longitudinal study. Midwifery 44, 14-23.

Os C. & Severinsson E. (2017) How can manual rotation reduce vacuum, forceps and caesarean deliveries - A review of the evidence. Open Journal of Nursing 7, 68-85.

Linden K., Sparud-Lundin C., Adolfsson A. & Berg M. (2016) Well-Being and Diabetes Management in Early Pregnant Women with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. Int J Environ Res Public Health 13(8), 11.

Adolfsson A. (2016) The EKC-Model Provides Empathy, Knowledge and Care for Women that Encounter Health issues During the Reproductive Life. International Journal of Gynecology & Clinical Practices 3,1-6.

Andersson G., Kaboru B.B., Adolfsson A. & Namegabe E.N. (2015) Health Workers’ Assessment of the Frequency and Caring for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence among Female Victims of Sexual Violence in the Eastern Congo: An Exploratory Study. Open Journal of Nursing 5(4), 354-60.

Kaboru B.B., Borneskog C., Adolfsson A., Namegabe E.N. & Andersson G. (2015) “Qualified but not competent enough”: Health workers’ assessment of their competence in relation to caring for sexually abused women in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 5(8).

Alstveit M., Karlsen B. & Severinsson E. (2015) Health resources and – strategies among employed women in Norway during pregnancy and early motherhood. Nursing Research & Practice. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/705892.

Severinsson E., Haruna M., Rönnerhag M. & Berggren I. (2015) Patient safety, adverse healthcare events and near-misses in obstetric care - a systematic literature review. Open Journal of Nursing 15, 1110-1122. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ojn.2015.512118

Viken B., Lyberg A. & Severinsson E. (2015) Maternal health coping strategies of migrant women in Norway. Nursing Research & Practice. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/878040.

Takegata M., Haruna M., Matsuzaki M., Shiraishi M., Okanko T. & Severinsson E. (2015) Does antenatal fear of childbirth predict postnatal fear of childbirth? A study of Japanese  women. Open Journal of Nursing 5, 144-152.