Norwegian version
Linda Aimee Hartford Kvæl

Linda Aimee Hartford Kvæl

About

Linda Kvæl is a postdoctoral fellow at the Faculty of Health Sciences, the research group Aging, Health and Welfare, and researcher II for NOVA, Department of Ageing Research and Housing Studies. She has a PhD in health sciences from OsloMet. Kvæl has clinical experience as a physiotherapist from the community care services with a master's degree in rehabilitation of older persons. Her research interests include quality in health and care services for older people and their relatives, with a special focus on participation, active aging in context, person-centered care and implementation of evidence-based knowledge.

Fields of study

Academic disciplines

Health sciences

Subject areas

Patient progress   active aging   Implementation Science   Health and care services   Person-centred care

Research projects

Scientific publications

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Hellesø, Ragnhild; Bergland, Astrid; Debesay, Jonas (2022). Balancing standardisation and individualisation in transitional care pathways: a meta-ethnography of the perspectives of older patients, informal caregivers and healthcare professionals. BMC Health Services Research . Vol. 22.
http://hdl.handle.net/10852/93311

Gautun, Heidi; Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Bratt, Christopher (2022). After Hospital: Should Older Care-Needing Patients Be Transferred to Their Homes or to an intermediate Care Institution?. Healthcare . Vol. 10.
https://www.oslomet.no/en/research/research-projec...

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Løchting, Ida; Molin, Marianne (2022). Use of Dietary Supplements and Perceived Knowledge among Adults Living with Fibromyalgia in Norway: A Cross-Sectional Study. Nutrients . Vol. 14.

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee (2021). Helhetlige pasientforløp: brukernes erfaringer med pasientdeltakelse og personsentrert omsorg i kommunal korttidsrehabilitering i overgangen mellom sykehus og hjem. Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning . Vol. 7.

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Bergland, Astrid (2021). The practice environment’s influence on patient participation in intermediate healthcare services – the perspectives of patients, relatives and healthcare professionals. BMC Health Services Research .

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Debesay, Jonas; Bye, Asta; Bergland, Astrid (2019). The dramaturgical act of positioning within family meetings: Negotiation of patients’ participation in intermediate care services. Qualitative Health Research .

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Debesay, Jonas; Bye, Asta; Langaas, Anne; Bergland, Astrid (2019). Choice, Voice, and Coproduction in Intermediate Care: Exploring Geriatric Patients’ and Their Relatives’ Perspectives on Patient Participation. Sage Open . Vol. 9.

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Debesay, Jonas; Bye, Asta; Bergland, Astrid (2019). Health‐care professionals’ experiences of patient participation among older patients in intermediate care—At the intersection between profession, market and bureaucracy. Health Expectations . Vol. 22.
http://hdl.handle.net/10852/74448

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Debesay, Jonas; Langaas, Anne; Bye, Asta; Bergland, Astrid (2018). A Concept Analysis of Patient Participation in Intermediate Care. Patient Education and Counseling .

Hartford Kvæl, Linda Aimee; Bergland, Astrid; Telenius, Elisabeth Wiken (2017). Associations between physical function and depression in nursing home residents with mild and moderate dementia: a cross-sectional study. 11 p. BMJ Open . Vol. 7.



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