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Anna Strömberg

Deputy Dean, Professor


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Barbara Riegel, Shayleigh Dickson Page, Subhash Aryal, Christopher S. Lee, Andrew Belfiglio, Kenneth E. Freedland, Anna Strömberg, Ercole Vellone, Heleen Westland, Michelle M. van Rijn, Sara Pettersson, Douglas J. Wiebe, Tiny Jaarsma (2024) Symptom characteristics, perceived causal attributions, and contextual factors influencing self-care behaviors: An ecological daily assessment study of adults with chronic illness Patient Education and Counseling, Vol. 123, Article 108227 Continue to DOI
Mohammad Rizwan Ali, Carolyn S. P. Lam, Anna Strömberg, Simon P. P. Hand, Sarah Booth, Francesco Zaccardi, Iain Squire, Gerry P. Mccann, Kamlesh Khunti, Claire Alexandra Lawson (2024) Symptoms and signs in patients with heart failure: association with 3-month hospitalisation and mortality Heart, Vol. 110, p. 578-585 Continue to DOI
Andreas Blomqvist, Maria Bäck, Leonie Klompstra, Anna Strömberg, Tiny Jaarsma (2024) Usability and feasibility analysis of an mHealth-tool for supporting physical activity in people with heart failure BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, Vol. 24, Article 44 Continue to DOI
Marianne Storm, Ingvild Margreta Morken, Rosalynn C. Austin, Oda Nordfonn, Hege Bjokne Wathne, Kristin Hjorthaug Urstad, Bjorg Karlsen, Ingvild Dalen, Kari Hanne Gjeilo, Alison Richardson, Glyn Elwyn, Edvin Bru, Jon Arne Soreide, Hartwig Korner, Rune Mo, Anna Strömberg, Hilde Luras, Anne Marie Lunde Husebo (2024) Evaluation of the nurse-assisted eHealth intervention 'eHealth@Hospital-2-Home' on self-care by patients with heart failure and colorectal cancer post-hospital discharge: protocol for a randomised controlled trial BMC Health Services Research, Vol. 24, Article 18 Continue to DOI
Christopher S. Lee, Kenneth E. Freedland, Tiny Jaarsma, Anna Strömberg, Ercole Vellone, Shayleigh Dickson Page, Heleen Westland, Sara Pettersson, Michelle van Rijn, Subhash Aryal, Andrew Beliglio, Douglas Wiebe, Barbara Riegel (2024) Patterns of self-care decision-making and associated factors: A cross-sectional observational study International Journal of Nursing Studies, Vol. 150, Article 104665 Continue to DOI