Linda Wike Ljungblad

Stipendiat

Fakultet for helse- og sosialvitenskap
Institutt for sykepleie- og helsevitenskap
Campus Vestfold (C3-60)
Jeg er jordmor, utdannet ved Universitetet i Lund, Sverige. Jeg har 15 år med klinisk praksis fra ulike fødeavdelinger i Norge , Sverige, Island og Tanzania. Jeg har en Master i Jordmorfag fra Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge. Før jeg ble jordmor jobbet jeg som nyfødt-sykepleier, der min interesse for nyfødt resuscitering startet i 1999.

Ansvarsområder

Jeg jobber med et doktorgradsprosjekt, som har til hensikt å:
1) Undersøke jordmødres erfaringer med nyfødt resuscitering og 
2) Hva jordmødre erfarer kan være viktige elementer i et opplæringsprogram i nyfødt resuscitering for jordmorstudenter. 
Resultatene fra studien vil bidra i utviklingen av et skreddersydd utdanningsprogram i nyfødt resuscitering som skal implementeres i jordmorutdanningen ved Universitetet i Sørøst-Norge. 

Kompetanse

Simuleringstrening i Jordmorutdanningen

CV

Education

2018-d.d.   University of South-Eastern Norway PhD Candidate in Person-Centred Healthcare  

                   Research

2018           Instructor in Newborn Resuscitation, Norwegian Resuscitation Council (NRR)

2015-2017 Master in midwifery, University College of Southeast Norway (40 ECTS)

2017           Instructor in CPR, Hospital of Vestfold Trust (SiV), Norway

2016           Also; Intensive course of Acute Obstetric situations for midwives and     

                   gynaecologists, Trondheim, Norway

2009-2010  Breastfeeding, continuing education for midwives, University College of

                   Hedmark, Norway (15 ECTS)

2007-2008  Acupuncture, continuing education for midwives, University College of Vestfold,

                   Norway (15 ECTS)

2004-2005  Midwifery education, University of Lund, Sweden

2002-2003  Neonatal nurse program, continuing education for nurses, University College of

                   Akershus, Oslo, Norway

1996-1999  Bachelor degree in nursing, University College of Hedmark, Norway

 

Work Experience

2019           PhD scholarship to McMaster University Children Hospital, Canada

2018-d.d.   PhD candidate at University of South-Eastern Norway

2017-d.d.   Lecturer, part-time, at midwifery education, Simulation training, University

                   College of southeast Norway

2005-d.d    Maternity ward, hospital of Vestfold Trust (SiV), Tønsberg, Norway

2016-2017  Maternity ward, Mnazi Mmoja hospital, Stonetown, Zanzibar, Tanzania

2005-2006   Maternity ward at Buskerud hospital Trust, Drammen, Norway

2004            Maternity ward, Practice exchange and field-study, Reykjavik hospital Trust,     

                    Reykjavik, Iceland

2000-2003  Neonatal nurse at NICU, Østfold hospital Trust, Fredrikstad, Norway

1999-2000   Nurse at paediatric ward, Narvik hospital Trust, Narvik, Norway

1999            Nurse at gynecology ward, Ullevål and Aker Hospital Trust, Oslo, Norway

 

Courses (ECTS 42,5)

2019           Summer school Roskilde University (3 ECTS)

2019            Phd course “Theories and models in midwifery”, University of Reykjavik,

                   Iceland (3 ECTS)

2019           PhD course “Challenges and possibilities with technology in practice research”,

                   University of Nord, Bodø, Norway (5 ECTS)

2019           PhD course “Qualitative methods”, University of South-Eastern Norway (5

                   ECTS)

2018           PhD course “Theory of Sciences and Research Ethics”, University of South-        

                   Eastern Norway (7,5 ECTS)

2018           PhD course “Academic Writing”, University of South-Eastern Norway (5 ECTS)

2017-2018  PhD course “Person-Centred Healthcare Research”, University of South-Eastern      

                   Norway (15 ECTS)

2017           “Good Clinical practice”, Ullevål hospital Trust, Oslo, Norway

2017            APLS- Advanced Paediatric Life Support, Ullevål hospital Trust, Oslo, Norway

 


Publikasjoner

  • Ljungblad, L., Sandvik, S. O., Lyberg, A. (2019) The Impact of skilled birth attendants trained in newborn resuscitation in Tanzania: A literature review. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences.
  • Ljungblad, Linda Wike; Nyheim Stray, Karianne; Joranger, Line. Viktig praksiskunnskap gjøres irrelevant når tellekanter er viktigere enn kunnskap. Khrono.no 2019