Tone Marte Ljoså is an assistant professor at USN, and a clinical pain management nurse at Oslo University Hospital. Her main teaching and research areas are pain assessment and pain management. In clinical care her specialty is in telephone and video follow-up of patients with chronic pain who titrate or taper analgesics including opioids.
- Interprofessional higher education in pain management
- Basic quantitative methods, statistics, and SPSS
Areas of interests
- Pain in patients with leg ulcers and psoriasis
- Pain assessment
- Pain management
- Translation and validation of questionnaires
- Pain and leg ulcers
- Pain and skin disease
- Pain history and models
- Pain assessment and pain management
- Barriers in pain management
- Analgesic titration/tapering
- Interprofessional management of pain
- Quantitative research methods
- Basic statistics and SPSS
Nursing, Pain, Pain assessment, Pain management, Leg ulcers, Skin disease, Injustice experience
Bachelor in Nursing, Agder University College, Norway (2000). Master in Pain Management, Bond University, Australia (2003). PhD, Institute of Health and Society, University of Oslo (2012). Doctoral supervision course, University of South-East Norway (2017). University/college pedagogy (2021). Education leader program, University of Oslo (2021).
- Pain in psoriasis (PhD project).
- Skin pain in patients with psoriasis - an inteview study.
- Pain in chronic leg ulcers
- Perceived injustice in patients with chronic pain (IEQ) - translation and validation of patient self-report questionnaire
- Quality of life in patients with chronic leg ulcers - translation and validation of patient self-report questionnairs
- Nurse-led telephone/video follow-up of patients tapering and titrating analgesics