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Lars Sandman

Professor

Director at National Centre for Priorities in Health.
My research area is organisational ethics in health-care, focusing on priority setting and ethical analysis of health-care methods.

Presentation

My research field involves studying ethical aspects of distributing scarce resources within health care and studying and developing methods for ethical analyses of health-care procedures.

Outside my research activity I have a number of assignments as ethics advisor for Swedish health care authorities and regions, e.g. The Swedish Dental and Pharmaceutical Benefits Agency, The National Board of Health and Well-being, The Swedish Council for Health-Technology Assessment etc.

Research projects

  • Ethical aspect on person centred care - a FORTE program involving KI, KTH, Stockholm University, Gothenburg University and University of Borås.
  • Revision of the National model for open priority setting within health care

Education

PhD in practical philosophy, 2002.

Publications

2024

My Eklund Saksberg, Therese Bielsten, Suzanne Cahill, Tiny Jaarsma, Ann-Charlotte Nedlund, Lars Sandman, Pier Jaarsma (2024) Nurses' priority-setting for older nursing home residents during COVID-19 Nursing Ethics Continue to DOI
Ida Karlsson, Lars Sandman, Iben Axen, Lydia Kwak, Elisabet Sernbo, Elisabeth Bjork Braemberg (2024) Ethical challenges from a problem-solving intervention with workplace involvement: a qualitative study among employees with common mental disorders, first-line managers, and rehabilitation coordinators International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, Vol. 19, Article 2308674 Continue to DOI
Lars Sandman, Sofia Kjellström (2024) Etikboken: etik för vårdande yrken

2023

Lars Sandman, Jan Liliemark (2023) Should Severity Assessments in Healthcare Priority Setting be Risk- and Time-Sensitive? Health Care Analysis, Vol. 31, p. 169-185 Continue to DOI
Carl Tollef Solberg, Mathias Barra, Lars Sandman, Bjorn Hoffmann (2023) Severity as a moral qualifier of malady BMC Medical Ethics, Vol. 24, Article 25 Continue to DOI

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Recent publications

2024

My Eklund Saksberg, Therese Bielsten, Suzanne Cahill, Tiny Jaarsma, Ann-Charlotte Nedlund, Lars Sandman, Pier Jaarsma (2024) Nurses' priority-setting for older nursing home residents during COVID-19 Nursing Ethics Continue to DOI
Ida Karlsson, Lars Sandman, Iben Axen, Lydia Kwak, Elisabet Sernbo, Elisabeth Bjork Braemberg (2024) Ethical challenges from a problem-solving intervention with workplace involvement: a qualitative study among employees with common mental disorders, first-line managers, and rehabilitation coordinators International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, Vol. 19, Article 2308674 Continue to DOI
Lars Sandman, Sofia Kjellström (2024) Etikboken: etik för vårdande yrken

2023

Lars Sandman, Jan Liliemark (2023) Should Severity Assessments in Healthcare Priority Setting be Risk- and Time-Sensitive? Health Care Analysis, Vol. 31, p. 169-185 Continue to DOI
Carl Tollef Solberg, Mathias Barra, Lars Sandman, Bjorn Hoffmann (2023) Severity as a moral qualifier of malady BMC Medical Ethics, Vol. 24, Article 25 Continue to DOI

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