12. desember 2023

Medisinsk pedagogikk som forskningsfelt i Norge - en bibliometrisk studie

Medisinsk pedagogikk er et internasjonalt fagfelt i vekst. En ny studie med medforfattere fra Legeforskningsinstituttet har kartlagt medisinsk-pedagogisk forskning med utspring fra norske forskningsinstitusjoner.
04. desember 2023

Educational supervisor’s perceptions of their role in supporting residents’ learning: a qualitative study

During the past decade, educational supervision (ES) has gained popularity as a key support mechanism in residents’ training. However, few studies have mapped physicians’ understanding of their roles as educational supervisors. This study aimed to explore how supervisors experience this role and how they approach providing support to residents.
07. november 2023

Implementing Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in the Human Brain Project (HBP)

Brain research - identifying, reflecting upon, and managing the ethical and social issues raised by brain research.
08. september 2023

Educational supervision in internal medicine residency training – a scoping review

Although supervision is an important part of residency training, its scope and how it relates to other types of support, such as mentoring, precepting and feedback, remain unclear. Our findings suggest that the terminology can be confusing and that educational supervision practices in internal medicine has a weak theoretical foundation.
01. september 2023

Healtcare in distress

Our study suggests that the prevalence of mental health problems is prominent among nurses and physicians in Sweden. Sex plays an important role in the difference in the prevalence of mental health problems between the two professions.
01. september 2023

Challenges in preserving the "good doctor" norm

The interpretative repertoires showed how COVID-19 created an experience of knowledge vacuum in medical logic and how physicians dealt with clinical patient dilemmas. They had to find unorthodox ways to rebuild a sense of medical evidence while still being responsible for clinical decision-making for patients with critical care needs.
03. juli 2023

Understanding peer support: a qualitative interview study of doctors one year after seeking support

Peer support seems to provide psychological safety through its flexible, informal, and confidential characteristics. The service thus offers doctors in need of support a valued and suitable space that is clearly distinct from a doctor/patient relationship. The doctors’ needs are met to a high extent by the peer-support service, through such conditions that the doctors experience as beneficial.
03. juli 2023

Changes in weekly working hours, proportion of doctors with hours above the limitations

Working hours increased significantly for GPs and hospital doctors in leading positions from 2016 to 2019, resulting in increased proportions of doctors with work hours above the European Working Time Directive.