Webinar recording “Online access to minors’ records”, 2023-02-08

PhD student Josefin Hagström presented at a webinar for an ENLIGHT lecture series on “Health & Digitalization”, with the title: “Online access to minors’ records: Experiences among adolescents, parents, and healthcare professionals”. The webinar was recorded, and you can now find the recording here.

Funding to study documentation errors and patients online record access

The NORDeHEALTH project leader Maria Hägglund, has been granted funding from the Swedish Research Council (VR) for a 3-year project aiming to explore how we can use patients’ online record access to find and address documentation errors that could lead to patient safety issues and harm. Participating researchers are Anna Kharko, Charlotte Blease, and SaraContinue reading “Funding to study documentation errors and patients online record access”

Views, Use, and Experiences of Web-Based Access to Pediatric Electronic Health Records for Children, Adolescents, and Parents: Scoping Review

Researchers from NORDeHEALTH have conducted a scoping review study collating existing research on views, use, and experiences of web-based access to EHRs for children, adolescents, and parents. Seventy-four scientific articles from the United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and New Zealand, were included in the study. Most papers were viewpoints and quantitative studies. Perspectives comprisedContinue reading “Views, Use, and Experiences of Web-Based Access to Pediatric Electronic Health Records for Children, Adolescents, and Parents: Scoping Review”

 Patients’ Access to Their Psychiatric Records – A Comparison of Four Countries

Annika Bärkås, PhD student at Uppsala university and participant in the NORDeHEALTH project, will present one of her studies in a webinar on Thursday 8th of December 12.15-13.00 (CET). The webinar is organized by the Swedish Medical Informatics Association (SFMI).  The study presents a comparison of national differences between Sweden, Norway, Finland and Estonia with respectContinue reading ” Patients’ Access to Their Psychiatric Records – A Comparison of Four Countries”

Patient empowerment through online access to health records

Rapid, convenient, and full access to personal electronic health records is a key part of empowering patients to manage their health and collaborate with healthcare, argue Maria Hägglund and colleagues in a new publication in the BMJ. Hägglund M, McMillan B, Whittaker R, Blease C. Patient empowerment through online access to health records BMJ 2022; 378 :e071531 doi:10.1136/bmj-2022-071531

Usability of the Swedish PAEHR 2016

We have recently published a new paper analyzing data from the Swedish 2016 survey to users of the Swedish patient accessible electronic health record (PAEHR) “Journalen”: Hägglund M, Scandurra I. Usability of the Swedish Accessible Electronic Health Record: Qualitative Survey Study JMIR Hum Factors 2022;9(2):e37192 A survey study was conducted to elicit opinions and experiences ofContinue reading “Usability of the Swedish PAEHR 2016”

Report from MIE2022

On May 26th this year, I (Josefin Hagström) travelled to Nice on the French Riviera with my supervisor Maria Hägglund and three other doctoral students (Annika Bärkås, Irene Muli, and Lovisa Hagstedt Jäderlund), to attend the 32nd Medical Informatics Europe Conference (MIE2022). The conference was arranged by the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI). AtContinue reading “Report from MIE2022”

Webbinar 29 March

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”