The findings will contribute to the emergence of a society that is more receptive to people with dementia. I plan to defend the thesis in 2019.
I am participating in the Dementia: Agency, Personhood and Everyday Life research programme financed by the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation. The programme is being conducted at the Centre for Dementia Research (CEDER), Linköping University.
I am part of the Neighbourhoods and Dementia (People, Spaces and Places) collaborative project among CEDER, the University of Manchester and five other British institutions of higher learning.
I teach at the Nursing and Specialist Nursing Programmes with a specialisation in District Nursing. My expertise is in the areas of wound healing processes, dressing wounds and neurological diseases.
- In the Nursing Programme, I teach and lecture first-cycle, semester 5 students.
- I coordinate a freestanding second-cycle course entitled Incontinence – the Condition and Its Care (7.5 credits).
- I am the basic team advisor for the Specialist Nursing Programme with a specialisation in District Nursing.