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Marte Feiring

Marte Feiring


Feiring has a magister degree in Sociology from 1992 and a PhD in the same field from University of Oslo 2009. Her PhD was on the history of rehabilitation, focusing on vocational aspects in Norway. She also has a BA in Occupational Therapy from 1982. Her research projects cover historical and critical perspectives on health policies, welfare services, professional and multi-professional knowledge, rehabilitation practices and civil movements. In addition to lecturing on the history and contemporary practices of rehabilitation, task shifting and user involvement, she holds courses in qualitative methods, text analysis and academic writing for bachelor-, master- and PhD students.

ORCID 0000-0001-8605-0890

Professional networks


Fields of study

Academic disciplines

Other health sciences   Sociology

Subject areas

Rehabilitation   Text analysis   Collaboration across the curriculum   Theory of Interaction   Qualitative methodologies   Disease prevention   Historical sociology   Critical culture studies   Disabled   Arbeidsrettet rehabilitering   Self help work   Public health work



Research projects

Scientific publications

Magnussen, Hege Johanne; Kjeken, Ingvild ; Pinxsterhuis, Irma ; Sjøvold, Trine Amalie; Feiring, Marte (2024). Dialogued into being: Constructing knowledge about hand osteoarthritis from a polyphony of voices in healthcare encounters. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being. Vol. 19.

Magnussen, Hege Johanne; Kjeken, Ingvild ; Pinxsterhuis, Irma ; Sjøvold, Trine Amalie; Feiring, Marte (2023). Negotiating Professional Tasks in a Hospital: A Qualitative Study of Rheumatologists and Occupational Therapists in the Management of Hand Osteoarthritis. 17 p. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare. Vol. 16.

Magnussen, Hege Johanne; Kjeken, Ingvild ; Pinxsterhuis, Irma ; Sjøvold, Trine Amalie; Hennig, Toril; Thorsen, Eva Anette Gryttingslien; Feiring, Marte (2023). Participation in healthcare consultations: A qualitative study from the perspectives of persons diagnosed with hand osteoarthritis. 10 p. Health Expectations. Vol. 26.

Rochette, Yngvild Bergsholm; Feiring, Marte ; Charnock, Colin ; Holm, Lene Berge ; Krogstad, Tonje (2023). Exploring patients' adherence to antibiotics by understanding their health knowledge and relational communication in encounters with pharmacists and physicians. Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy (ERCSP). Vol. 12.

Feiring, Marte ; Førland, Oddvar; Aspinal, Fiona; Rostgaard, Tine (2023). The ideas of reablement and their travel across time and space. Rostgaard, Tine; Parsons, John; Tuntland, Hanne Kristin (Ed.). Reablement in Long-term Care for Older People. International Perspectives and Future Directions. p. 46-67. Policy Press.

Rochette, Yngvild Bergsholm; Feiring, Marte ; Charnock, Colin ; Krogstad, Tonje ; Holm, Lene Berge (2023). Positioning of community pharmacists in interactions with general practitioners and patients regarding prescribing and using antibiotics. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Vol. 37.

Kvambekk, Ann Kristin; Feiring, Marte ; Askim, Torunn; Langhammer, Birgitta (2022). En studie av fysioterapeuters erfaringer som treningskoordinatorer i et forskningsprosjekt. Fysioterapeuten.

Sagstad, Kjersti; Howe, Emilie; Fure, Silje Christine Reistad; Løvstad, Marianne; Enehaug, Heidi ; Ugelstad, Helene; Feiring, Marte ; Andelic, Nada; Sveen, Unni (2022). Transition back to work after mild TBI: a qualitative study. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Feiring, Marte ; Koren Solvang, Per (2021). Mellom vitenskapelig stringens og samproduksjon i forskning. 14 p. Praktiske grunde. Nordisk tidsskrift for kultur- og samfundsvidenskab. Vol. 15.

Thuesen, Jette; Feiring, Marte ; Doh, Daniel; Westendorp, Rudy (2021). Reablement in need of theories of ageing: would theories of successful ageing do?. 13 p. Ageing & Society.

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