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Charlotte Wåhlin

Adjunct Associate Professor

My research and teaching focuses on ergonomics, physical and psychosocial exposure at work, occupational injuries, work interventions and rehabilitation. My goal is to promote Occupational Health and Safety at the workplace.



Charlotte Wåhlin, Sebastian Buck, Paul Enthoven, Maria Andreassen, Jan Sandqvist, Patrik Haraldsson, Jenni Fock, Emma Nilsing Strid (2024) Risk assessment of healthcare workers' exposure to physical load in relation to patient handling and movement: a feasibility study of the instrument TilThermometer BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, Vol. 25, Article 399 Continue to DOI
Glykeria Skamagki, Andrew King, Christine Carpenter, Charlotte Wåhlin (2024) The concept of integration in mixed methods research: a step-by-step guide using an example study in physiotherapy Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, Vol. 40, p. 197-204 Continue to DOI


Glykeria Skamagki, Christine Carpenter, Andrew King, Charlotte Wåhlin (2023) How do Employees with Chronic Musculoskeletal Disorders Experience the Management of Their Condition in the Workplace? A Metasynthesis Journal of occupational rehabilitation, Vol. 33, p. 702-712 Continue to DOI
Charlotte Wåhlin, Sebastian Buck, Jan Sandqvist, Paul Enthoven, Jenni Fock, Maria Andreassen, Emma Nilsing Strid (2023) Evaluation of the implementation and effectiveness of a multifactorial intervention strategy for safe patient handling and movement in the healthcare sector: a study protocol of a cluster randomised controlled trial BMJ Open, Vol. 13, Article e067693 Continue to DOI


Lydia Kwak, Anna Toropova, Byron J. Powell, Rebecca Lengnick-Hall, Irene Jensen, Gunnar Bergström, Liselotte Schäfer Elinder, Kjerstin Stigmar, Charlotte Wåhlin, Christina Björklund (2022) A randomized controlled trial in schools aimed at exploring mechanisms of change of a multifaceted implementation strategy for promoting mental health at the workplace Implementation Science, Vol. 17, Article 59 Continue to DOI