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. BMJ Open . Vol. 11.
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.
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.
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
Family carers’ involvement strategies in response to sub-optimal health services to older adults living with dementia – a qualitative study.
Sagbakken, Mette; Bregård, Ida Marie; Varvin, Sverre (2020). The past, the present and the future: a qualitative study exploring how refugees’ experience of time influences their mental health and well-being. Frontiers in Sociology .
Rognstad, May Karin; Nåden, Dagfinn; Ulstein, Ingun; Kvaal, Kari; Langhammer, Birgitta; Sagbakken, Mette
Behavioural disturbances in patients with frontotemporal lobe degeneration focusing on caregiver burden at home and in nursing homes.
Journal of Clinical Nursing (JCN)
Lunde, Ingvild; Johansen, R. Elise B; Hauge, Mona-Iren; Sagbakken, Mette (2020). Sexually destroyed or empowered? Silencing female genital cutting in close relationships. Culture, Health and Sexuality .
Lunde, Ingvild; Hauge, Mona-Iren; Johansen, R. Elise B; Sagbakken, Mette (2020). ‘Why did I circumcise him?’ Unexpected comparisons to male circumcision in a qualitative study on female genital cutting among Kurdish-Norwegians. Ethnicities .
Sagbakken, Mette; Bernadette, Kumar (2017). Dementia, Ethnic Minorities and Migrants - A Review of the Literature. ISBN: 978-82-92564-34-9. 123 p.
Reidun, Ingebretsen; Spilker, Ragnhild; Sagbakken, Mette (2015). Eldre innvandrere og demens. Erfaringer fra eldre, pårørende og ansatte i omsorgstjenesten. 95 p.
Sagbakken, Mette (2010). Tuberculosis as a global challenge. A qualitative study of patients' and health workers' perception and management of tuberculosis in Ethiopia and Norway. ISBN: 9788280725325. 145 p.
Häikiö, Kristin; Rugkåsa, Jorun; Sagbakken, Mette (2019). Adults Living with Dementia in Norway - From Family Caregivers' Perspectives. Presentation for Student Affiliates on various researah topics. Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health. Pathways
Finstad, Ingrid Rachel Strand; Knutstad, Unni; Havnes, Anton; Sagbakken, Mette (2019). The Paradox of an expected level. A qualitative study of midterm assessment of nursing students during clinical practice. FUFF-konferanse, Perspektiver på sykepleiekompetanse, utdanning og forskning. Norsk sykepleierforbund.
Finstad, Ingrid Rachel Strand; Knutstad, Unni; Havnes, Anton; Sagbakken, Mette (2019). The Paradox of an expected level. A qualitative study of midterm assessment of nursing students during clinical practice. 18Th European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science. The European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science.
Czapka, Elzbieta; Sagbakken, Mette (2019). Challenges related to care-giving across the borders for parents with dementia: a qualitative study on female transnational caregivers in Oslo. workshop: Polish studies: today and tomorrow. BASEES Polish Studies Group/SSEES.
Häikiö, Kristin; Sagbakken, Mette; Rugkåsa, Jorun (2019). Pårørendes bidrag og interaksjon med helsetjenestene til eldre personer med demens. Fag- og forskningsdagene for sykepleiere i Helse Sør-Øst. Diakonhjemmet sykehus.
Ingvild, Lunde; Sagbakken, Mette; Johansen, Elise B. (2017). Negotiating Female Genital cutting in the Diasporic Imagination of ‘Kurdishness’. Internasjonal konferanse. Inter. ass. for the study of sexuality, culture and society.
Sagbakken, Mette; Spilker, Ragnhild Storstein; Ingebretsen, Reidun (2017). Dementia and migration: Family care patterns merging with public health services. Internasjonal konferanse, Berkeley. Aging & Society.
Lunde, Ingvild Bergom; Johansen, Elise B.; Hauge, Mona-Iren; Sagbakken, Mette (2016). Tabu, seksualitet og kvinnelig omskjæring blant kurdere i Norge. The work against female genital mutilation: Status and the road ahead. Nasjonalt kunnskapssenter om vold og traumatisk stress.