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Astrid Karina Harring

Astrid Karina Harring


Astrid is an assistant professor and PhD candidate, and head of subject PMED3000 at the B.Sc. in Paramedicine. Astrid has primarily quantitative research experience and have conducted studies in out of hospital cardiac arrest, students’ wellbeing, job satisfaction in clinical placement, StudentBEST: interdisciplinary team training, gamification- and digital simulation. Her PhD-fellowship regards frequent callers to the medical emergency number.

Research projects

Scientific publications

Harring, Astrid Karina V. ; Kramer-Johansen, Jo; Tjelmeland, Ingvild Beathe Myrhaugen (2023). Resuscitation of older adults in Norway; a comparison of survival and outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in healthcare institutions and at home. Resuscitation. Vol. 189.

Häikiö, Kristin ; Harring, Astrid Karina V. ; Kveen, Rune ; Rand, Kim; Jørgensen, Trine Møgster (2023). Reduced quality of life, more technical challenges, and less study motivation among paramedic students after one year of the COVID-19 pandemic - a survey study. 9 p. BMC Medical Education. Vol. 23.

Harring, Astrid Karina V. ; Røislien, Jo; Larsen, Karianne; Guterud, Mona; Bugge, Helge Fagerheim; Sandset, Else Charlotte; Kristensen, Dorte Vesterager; Hov, Maren Ranhoff (2023). Gamification of the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) for simulation training—a feasibility study. Advances in Simulation. Vol. 8.

Kjærvoll, Hege Kristin; Andersson, Lars-Jøran; Bakkelund, Karin Elvenes; Harring, Astrid Karina V. ; Tjelmeland, Ingvild Beathe Myrhaugen (2023). Description of the prehospital emergency healthcare system in Norway. Resuscitation Plus. Vol. 17.

Harring, Astrid Karina ; Tjelmeland, Ingvild Beathe Myrhaugen; Andenæs, Randi; Kramer-Johansen, Jo (2022). Blir beslutninger om behandlingsbegrensninger respektert utenfor sykehus når man har ringt 113?. 13 p. Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning. Vol. 8.

These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete