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Ingrid Ruud Knutsen

Ingrid Ruud Knutsen


Ingrid Ruud Knutsen is a professor and she works as head of studies at Department of Nursing and Health Promotion at OsloMet. Her research is related to health promotion , chronic illness and empowerment. She has participated in several projects. Her PhD focussed on treatment of people with morbid obesity and she had a post doctoral felloship in a EU project focusing on social networking and coping with type 2 diabetes. She has experience in teaching and supervising students in the bachelor's education in nursing and in the master's education in empowerment and health promotion. She participates as a co-supervisor in several doctoral projects, including related to user participation in research and home-based services and home hospitals for children.

Research groups

Scientific publications

Almendingen, Kari; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Hjerpaasen, Kari Jonsbu; Henjum, Sigrun; Hakestad, Kari Anne (2023). “It Enables Us to Reflect More on Nutrition”: A Mixed Methods Cross-Sectional Study on Preclinical Digital Training in Nurse Education. Education Sciences . Vol. 13.

Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Johnsrud, Unni; Slorafoss, Stine Jessli; Haugen, Antoine G.; Joranger, Pål (2022). We Are No Better Than the Weakest Link: Nurses’ Experiences With Medication Management in Primary Healthcare. Olsen, Rose Mari; Sletvold, Hege (Ed.). Medication safety in municipal health and care services. kap. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

Aasen, Line; Johannessen, Anne-Kari M.; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Werner, Anne (2022). Negotiating safety and responsibility in caregiving to children receiving hospital-at-home: A Norwegian study of parents and homecare nurses' experiences. Health and Social Care in the Community .

Jensen, Kari Toverud; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Knutstad, Unni (2022). Sykepleie – grenseløs, personlig og truet. Sykepleien Forskning .

Glomsås, Heidi Snoen; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Fossum, Mariann; Christiansen, Karin; Halvorsen, Kristin (2022). Family caregivers’ involvement in caring for frail older family members using welfare technology: a qualitative study of home care in transition. 14 p. BMC Geriatrics . Vol. 22.

Aasen, Line; Johannessen, Anne-Kari M.; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Werner, Anne (2021). The work of nurses to provide good and safe services to children receiving hospital-at-home: A qualitative interview study from the perspectives of hospital nurses and physicians. Journal of Clinical Nursing (JCN) .

Jerpseth, Heidi; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Jensen, Kari Toverud; Halvorsen, Kristin (2021). Mirror of shame: patients experiences of late stage COPD. A qualitative study. 9 p. Journal of Clinical Nursing (JCN) .

Glomsås, Heidi Snoen; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Fossum, Mariann; Halvorsen, Kristin (2021). ‘They just came with the medication dispenser’- a qualitative study of elderly service users’ involvement and welfare technology in public home care services. 11 p. BMC Health Services Research . Vol. 21.

Stuhlfauth, Susanne; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud; Foss, Ingrid Christina (2020). Guidelines as governance: Critical reflections from a documentary analysis of guidelines to support user involvement in research. Nursing Inquiry .

Singstad, Gyda; Zangi, Heidi Andersen; Knutsen, Ingrid Ruud (2020). Livsstyrketreningskurs ved fibromyalgi: «Jeg er faktisk god nok som jeg er». Sykepleien Forskning .

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