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Staffan Nilsson

Adjunct Associate Professor, Docent


In my research I am driven by, with basis of primary care, reducing cardiovascular morbidity even in the long term. It is about discovering patients with acute coronary heart disease in primary care, scientifically evaluating decision support in the computerised patient record and educational concepts for patient education after heart event.



Jenny Koppner, Ann Lindelöf, Fredrik Iredahl, Maxine Tevell, Staffan Nilsson, Annika Thorsell, Åshild Olsen Faresjö, Hanna Israelsson Larsen (2024) Factors affecting self-perceived mental health in the general older population during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study BMC Public Health, Vol. 24, Article 660 Continue to DOI


Mikko Hellgren, Patrik Wennberg, Katarina Hedin, Stefan Jansson, Staffan Nilsson, Gunnar Nilsson, Per Waendell, Kristina Bengtsson Bostroem (2023) Hypertension management in primary health care: a survey in eight regions of Sweden Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care, Vol. 41, p. 343-350 Continue to DOI
Christina Andreae, Pia Tingström, Staffan Nilsson, Tiny Jaarsma, Nadine Karlsson, Anita Kärner Köhler (2023) Does problem-based learning improve patient empowerment and cardiac risk factors in patients with coronary heart disease in a Swedish primary care setting? A long-term prospective, randomised, parallel single randomised trial (COR-PRIM) BMJ Open, Vol. 13, Article e065230 Continue to DOI


Olof Persson Lindell, Lars Karlsson, Staffan Nilsson, Emmanouil Charitakis, Emil Hagström, Thomas Muhr, Lennart Nilsson, Martin Henriksson, Magnus Janzon (2022) Clinical decision support for familial hypercholesterolemia (CDS-FH): Rationale and design of a cluster randomized trial in primary care American Heart Journal, Vol. 247, p. 132-148 Continue to DOI


Josabeth Hultberg, Staffan Nilsson, Carl Edvard Rudebeck, Anita Kärner Köhler (2021) Dealing with being prescribed cardiovascular preventive medication: a narrative analysis of qualitative interviews with patients with recent acute coronary heart disease in Sweden BMJ Open, Vol. 11, Article e056677 Continue to DOI