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Marianne Molin

Marianne Molin

About

I have an interdisciplinary background with education and experience in nutrition, epidemiology, and pedagogy.

My research interests cover a wide range: from various epidemiological studies that examine health outcomes of seafood, minerals, and trace elements, the elderly and nutrition, morbid obesity, dietary supplements, and health literacy as well as education research.

I teach research methods and epidemiology, among other things, something I have done since 2005. Critical thinking is a topic that concerns me especially, and I am the project manager for "Behind the Headlines" which is an interdisciplinary project that aims to teach students to critically evaluate health claims in the media. This has now been implemented as a learning design in the new interdisciplinary course “Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) in Health Care”, which approx. 1500 students will take annually. Learning critical assessment of health claims in the media can be a stepping stone to learn critical thinking and acquire critical health literacy, which is especially important to be able to maneuver in the digital landscape of health information so that one can make informed treatment choices about one's health.

Research projects

Scientific publications

Heim, Greta; Thuestad, Ruth Olaug; Molin, Marianne; Brevik, Asgeir (2022). Free School Meal Improves Educational Health and the Learning Environment in a Small Municipality in Norway. Nutrients .

Heim, Greta; Thuestad, Ruth Olaug; Molin, Marianne; Brevik, Asgeir (2022). Free School Meal Improves Educational Health and the Learning Environment in a Small Municipality in Norway. Nutrients . Vol. 14.

Tørris, Christine; Meyer, Mona Elisabeth; Sandbekken, Ida Hellum; Halvorsrud, Hedvig; Molin, Marianne (2022). Nursing Students’ Perceived Learning Outcomes, Motivation to Learn and Grade Achieved in a Digital Blended Learning Course: A Norwegian Cross-Sectional Study. Education Sciences . Vol. 12.

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.

Halvorsen, Rine Elise; Elvestad, Mathilde; Molin, Marianne; Aune, Dagfinn (2021). Fruit and vegetable consumption and the risk of type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and dose–response meta-analysis of prospective studies. BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health . Vol. 4.

Molin, Marianne; Meyer, Mona Elisabeth; Medin, Tirill (2021). Anatomy, physiology and biochemistry: nursing students’ perceptions of the learning outcome from a flipped classroom. Sykepleien Forskning . Vol. 15.

Almendingen, Kari; Saltyte Benth, Jurate; Molin, Marianne (2021). Large Scale Blended Learning Design in an Interprofessional Undergraduate Course in Norway: Context Description and Supervisors’ Perspective. MedEdPublish.

Lærum-Onsager, Ellisiv; Molin, Marianne; Olsen, Cecilie Fromholt; Bye, Asta; Debesay, Jonas; Hestevik, Christine Hillestad; Bjerk, Maria; Pripp, Are Hugo (2021). Effect of nutritional and physical exercise intervention on hospital readmission for patients aged 65 or older: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. 14 p. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity . Vol. 18.
https://hdl.handle.net/11250/2759704

Almendingen, Kari; Molin, Marianne; Saltyte Benth, Jurate (2021). Large-Scale Blended Learning Design in an Undergraduate Interprofessional Course in Norway: Students’ Perspectives from an Exploratory Study. 16 p. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education . Vol. 11.
http://hdl.handle.net/10852/85722

Almendingen, Kari; Molin, Marianne; Saltyte Benth, Jurate (2021). Preparedness for Interprofessional Learning: An Exploratory Study Among Health, Social Care, and Teacher Education Programs. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education . Vol. 11.
http://hdl.handle.net/10852/85789





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