Norwegian version
Mette Sagbakken

Mette Sagbakken

Research groups

Scientific publications

Czapka, Elzbieta; Sagbakken, Mette (2022). “Good Care Means that you Make People Happy” A Qualitative Study on Perceptions Regarding Good Dementia Care among People with Different Ethnic Backgrounds in Norway. Miscellanea Anthropologica et Sociologica . Vol. 23.

Sagbakken, Mette; Bregård, Ida Marie; Varvin, Sverre (2022). “Imagine, 7 Years Without a Future”: A Qualitative Study of Rejected Asylum Seekers' Life Conditions in Norway. Frontiers in Sociology . Vol. 7.

Finstad, Ingrid Rachel Strand; Knutstad, Unni; Havnes, Anton; Sagbakken, Mette (2022). The paradox of an expected level: The assessment of nursing students during clinical practice – A qualitative study. 7 p. Nurse Education in Practice . Vol. 61.

Varvin, Sverre; Vladisavljevic, Ivana; Jovic, Vladimir; Sagbakken, Mette (2022). “I Have No Capacities That Can Help Me”: Young Asylum Seekers in Norway and Serbia – Flight as Disturbance of Developmental Processes. Frontiers in Psychology .

Ereso, Berhane Megerssa; Sagbakken, Mette; Gradmann, Christoph; Yimer, Solomon Abebe (2021). Treatment outcomes of patients with drug-sensitive tuberculosis under community-based versus facility-based directly observed treatment, short course strategy in Southwest Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study. 9 p. BMJ Open . Vol. 11.
http://hdl.handle.net/10852/92810

Sagbakken, Mette; Ingebretsen, Reidun; Spilker, Ragnhild Anne Caroline Storste (2021). How to adapt caring services to migration-driven diversity? A qualitative study exploring challenges and possible adjustments in the care of people living with dementia. 25 p. PLOS ONE . Vol. 15.
https://hdl.handle.net/11250/2991182

Sagbakken, Mette; Ingebretsen, Reidun; Spilker, Ragnhild Anne Caroline Storste (2020). How to adapt caring services to migration-driven diversity? A qualitative study exploring challenges and possible adjustments in the care of people living with dementia. 25 p. PLOS ONE . Vol. 15.
https://hdl.handle.net/11250/2994622

Czapka, Elzbieta; Sagbakken, Mette (2020). “It is always me against the Norwegian system.” barriers and facilitators in accessing and using dementia care by minority ethnic groups in Norway: a qualitative study. 15 p. BMC Health Services Research .

Czapka, Elzbieta; Sagbakken, Mette (2020). Challenges related to providing care for parents with dementia across borders: a qualitative study on transnational carers in Oslo  . Journal of Aging Studies .

Häikiö, Kristin; Sagbakken, Mette; Rugkåsa, Jorun (2020). Family carers’ involvement strategies in response to sub-optimal health services to older adults living with dementia – a qualitative study. BMC Geriatrics . Vol. 20:290.
https://hdl.handle.net/11250/2736810





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