Lukasse became a nurse in Sittard, the Netherlands and a midwife in Belfast, Northern-Ireland. She has worked as a midwife in Pakistan, the Netherlands, the UK and Norway. She completed her Master of Science in Midwifery at Surrey Universtiy, Guildfor (UK) in 1998. Lukasse came to Norway in 1998. She finished her PhD in Health Science at the Univerity of Tromsø in 2011. The theme for her thesis was Childhood abuse and pregnancy and childbirth. Lukasse continued with the theme of violence against women and pregnancy and childbirth as a post doctor (three years financed by the Norwegian Research Council). Lukasse has diverse interests and currently leads a project testing a mobile application for women with gestational diabetes using a randomised design in 5 hospitals. Other interests are use of water for pain relief and birth, other pain relief in labour, oxytocin in labour, continuity of midwifery care, emergency care and midwives' working conditions.
Fladeby, Line K Løberg; Raunedokken, Marianne; Fonkalsrud, Hannah E.; Hvidtjørn, Dorte; Lukasse, Mirjam (2021). Midwives' experiences of using the Obstetric Norwegian Early Warning System (ONEWS): A national cross-sectional study. 9 p. European Journal of Midwifery .
Oommen, Hanna; Sanjan, Kunal; Murugesan, Sudha; Gore, Aboli; Sonthalia, Sunil; Ninan, Pradeep; Bernitz, Stine; Sørbye, Ingvil; Lukasse, Mirjam (2021). Implementation of the Moyo fetal heart rate monitor in district hospitals in Bihar, India: a feasibility study. BMJ Open . Vol. 11:e041071.
Lukasse, Mirjam; Baglo, Marie Christine G.; Engdal, Eldri; Lassemo, Ragnhild; Forsberg, Kristin Evelina (2021). Norwegian women's experiences and opinions on contraceptive counselling: A systematic textcondensation study. European Journal of Midwifery .
Waldum, Åsa; Jacobsen, Anne Flem; Lukasse, Mirjam; Staff, Anne Cathrine; Falk, Ragnhild Sørum; Vangen, Siri; Sørbye, Ingvil
The provision of epidural analgesia during labor according to maternal birthplace: a Norwegian register study.
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
Johannessen, Hege Hølmo; Frøshaug, Betina Ekelund; Lysåker, Pernille JG; Salvesen, Kjell Å; Lukasse, Mirjam; Mørkved, Siv; Stafne, Signe Nilssen (2020). Regular antenatal exercise including pelvic floor muscle training reduces urinary incontinence 3 months postpartum-Follow up of a randomized controlled trial. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica .
Garnweidner-Holme, Lisa; Henriksen, Lena; Torheim, Liv Elin; Lukasse, Mirjam (2020). Effect of the pregnant+ smartphone app on the dietary behavior of women with gestational diabetes mellitus: Secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial. JMIR mhealth and uhealth . Vol. 8.
Flaathen, Eva Marie; Lukasse, Mirjam; Garnweidner-Holme, Lisa; Angelshaug, Jeanette; Henriksen, Lena
User-involvement in the development of a culturally sensitive intervention in the safe pregnancy study to prevent intimate partner violence.
Violence against Women
Gaudernack, Lise Christine; Michelsen, Trond Melbye; Egeland, Thore; Voldner, Nanna; Lukasse, Mirjam
Does prolonged labor affect the birth experience and subsequent wish for cesarean section among first-time mothers? A quantitative and qualitative analysis of a survey from Norway.
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
Garnweidner-Holme, Lisa; Henriksen, Lena; Flaathen, Eva Marie; Bøhler, Tone Klette; Lukasse, Mirjam
Midwives' Attitudes Toward and Experience With a Tablet Intervention to Promote Safety Behaviors for Pregnant Women Reporting Intimate Partner Violence: Qualitative Study.
JMIR mhealth and uhealth
Rishal, Poonam; Pun, Kunta Devi; Schei, Berit; Bhandari, Buna; Joshi, Sunil Kumar; Swahnberg, Katarina; Infanti, Jennifer; Lukasse, Mirjam
Improving Safety Among Pregnant Women Reporting Domestic Violence in Nepal—A Pilot Study.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH)
Lukasse, Mirjam (2011). Childhood Abuse - Pregnancy and Childbirth. ISBN: 978-82-90263-28-2. 106 p.
Blix, Ellen; Aarø, Kari; Berger-Nordtvedt, Marte; Schelderup, Hanne Charlotte; Holanger, Kristin; Hansen, Mette Ness; Pay, Aase Serine Devold; Egenberg, Signe; Kaasen, Anne; Nilsen, Anne Britt Vika; Eri, Tine Schauer; Kongslien, Sigrun; Aune, Ingvild; Lukasse, Mirjam; Nedberg, Ingvild Hersoug; Stensland, Inger Sofie; Jørgensen, Kirsten (2021). Du glemte jordmødrene, Bent Høie. VG : Verdens gang.
Helmersen, Maria; Garnweidner-Holme, Lisa; Lukasse, Mirjam; Laine, Hely Katariina (2021). Women's experience with receiving advice on diet and Self-Monitoring of blood glucose for gestational diabetes mellitus: a qualitative study. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care .
Blix, Ellen; Lukasse, Mirjam; Eri, Tine Schauer; Nilsen, Anne Britt Vika; Dalbye, Rebecka; Bernitz, Stine; Lian, Carina Vedeler; Kaasen, Anne
ABC - et flaggskip.
Henriksen, Lena; Borgen, Anette; Risløkken, Jeanette; Lukasse, Mirjam (2019). Fear of birth: Prevalence, counselling and method of birth at five obstetrical units in Norway. The 21st Congress of the Nordic Federation of Midwives. Nordic Federation of midwives.
Henriksen, Lena; Flaaten, Eva Marie; Gardweidner Holme, Lisa; Angelshaug, Jeanette; Småstuen, Milada Cvancarova; Noll, Josef; Taft, Angela; Schei, Berit; Lukasse, Mirjam (2019). Safe pregnancy - promoting safety behaviors in antenatal care among Norwegian, Pakistani and Somali pregnant women. A randomized controlled trial. European conference on domestic violence. ECDV 2019.
Lukasse, Mirjam (2019). Vold og reproduktiv helse. Årsseminar Helse Vest, Stavanger. Perinatalkomiteen Helse Vest.
Myhren, Enid; Lukasse, Mirjam; Reigstad, Marte Myhre; Dahl, Bente (2019). Exploring women's information needs in pre-admission labour care - the Precare Study. Nordic Midwifery Conference. Nordic Midwifery Association.
Borgen, Iren; Flem Jacobsen, Anne; Småstuen, Milada Cvancarova; Garnweidner-Holme, Lisa; Lukasse, Mirjam (2019). Knowledge of gestational diabetes in a multi-ethnic pregnant population. Nordic Midwifery Conference. Nordic Midwifery Association.
Gaudernack, Lise Christine; Frøslie, Katrine Frey; Michelsen, Trond Melbye; Voldner, Nanna; Lukasse, Mirjam (2019). De-medicalization of birth by reducing the use of oxytocin for augmentation among first-time mothers - a prospective intervention study. Nordic Midwifery Conference. Nordic Midwifery Association.