Maria Hägglund presented at a webbinar at Linnaeus University with the title: “Patients access to their electronic health records – experiences from Sweden and an international outlook”. The webinar was recorded, and you can now find the recording here.
Maria Hägglund, the project leader for NORDeHEALTH, has been invited to give a presentation in the U-care seminar series. Maria will give a short international outlook, and briefly share preliminary results from the international NORDeHEALTH survey to patients, accessible through the national patient portals in Sweden (1177.se and ‘Journalen’), Finland, Norway and Estonia. Focus willContinue reading “Webbinar 29 March”
Thursday March 17, 15.00-16.00 Swedish time, Maria Hägglund (PI for NORDeHEALTH) will give a talk at Linnaeus University on “Patients access to their electronic health records – experiences from Sweden and an international outlook”. To sign up, please register here!
As of today, Monday 24th of January 2022, the NORDeHEALTH national surveys are published in Sweden, Norway, Estonia and Finland. Anyone can answer by logging in to the respective national patient portal. We hope to be able to both learn more about how patients use the access to their electronic health records, and what theyContinue reading “NORDeHEALTH national surveys”
Sharing Clinical Notes and Electronic Health Records with People Affected by Mental Health Conditions: Scoping Review
Researchers from NORDeHEALTH have been part of the first systematic scoping review study collating existing evidence about sharing EHRs or clinical notes with people treated for mental health conditions. The study aimed to map available evidence on patient accessible electronic health records in mental healthcare. Thirty-one scientific articles from the USA, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Canada,Continue reading “Sharing Clinical Notes and Electronic Health Records with People Affected by Mental Health Conditions: Scoping Review”
Charlotte Blease and Hanife Rexhepi who both actively participate in the NORDeHEALTH project, spoke at the first of four webinars organized by the BMJ on patient access to health records. The webinar had a focus on ethical aspects, and discussed how NOT giving patients access to their records pose ethical problems of their own. YouContinue reading “BMJ webinar on ethical aspects”
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