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Gunilla Eriksson

Associated

Postal address : Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (NVS), H1, Division of Occupational Therapy, Fack 23200 141 83 Huddinge, Sweden
Delivery address : Alfred Nobels Allé 23, Pl 4 141 83 Huddinge, Sweden

Publications

Association between satisfaction and participation in everyday occupations after stroke
Bergström A, Guidetti S, Tham K, Eriksson G
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2017;24(5):339-348

Experiences of the return to work process after stroke while participating in a person-centred rehabilitation programme
Öst Nilsson A, Eriksson G, Johansson U, Hellman T
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2017;24(5):349-356

A cluster randomized controlled trial of a client-centred, activities of daily living intervention for people with stroke: one year follow-up of caregivers
Bertilsson As, Eriksson G, Ekstam L, Tham K, Andersson M, Von Koch L, et al
Clinical rehabilitation 2016;30(8):765-75

No effect of an early intervention after mild traumatic brain injury on activity and participation: A randomized controlled trial
Matuseviciene G, Eriksson G, Deboussard Cn
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 2016;48(1):19-26

Return to work after stroke: Important aspects shared and contrasted by five stakeholder groups
Hellman T, Bergström A, Eriksson G, Hansen Falkdal A, Johansson U
Work (Reading, Mass.) 2016;55(4):901-911

Self-Reported Fatigue and Associated Factors Six Years after Stroke
Elf M, Eriksson G, Johansson S, Von Koch L, Ytterberg C
PloS one 2016;11(8):e0161942-

Complex negotiations: the lived experience of enacting agency after a stroke
Bergström Al, Eriksson G, Asaba E, Erikson A, Tham K
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2015;22(1):43-53

Participation in everyday life and life satisfaction in persons with stroke and their caregivers 3-6 months after onset
Bergström Al, Von Koch L, Andersson M, Tham K, Eriksson G
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 2015;47(6):508-15

The combined perceptions of people with stroke and their carers regarding rehabilitation needs 1 year after stroke: a mixed methods study
Ekstam L, Johansson U, Guidetti S, Eriksson G, Ytterberg C
BMJ open 2015;5(2):e006784-

A client-centred ADL intervention: three-month follow-up of a randomized controlled trial
Bertilsson As, Ranner M, Von Koch L, Eriksson G, Johansson U, Ytterberg C, et al
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2014;21(5):377-91

Changes in the impact of stroke between 3 and 12 months post-stroke, assessed with the Stroke Impact Scale
Guidetti S, Ytterberg C, Ekstam L, Johansson U, Eriksson G
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 2014;46(10):963-8

A cross-diagnostic validation of an instrument measuring participation in everyday occupations: the Occupational Gaps Questionnaire (OGQ)
Eriksson G, Tham K, Kottorp A
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2013;20(2):152-60

Perceived participation after stroke: the influence of activity retention, reintegration, and perceived recovery
Eriksson G, Carolyn Baum M, Wolf Tj, Connor Lt
The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association 2013;67(6):e131-8

A comparison of perceived occupational gaps between people with stress-related ill health or musculoskeletal pain and a reference group
Eriksson T, Jonsson H, Tham K, Eriksson G
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2012;19(5):411-20

Occupational gaps in everyday life one year after stroke and the association with life satisfaction and impact of stroke
Eriksson G, Aasnes M, Tistad M, Guidetti S, Von Koch L
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 2012;19(3):244-55

Perceived occupational gaps one year after stroke: an explorative study
Bergström Al, Guidetti S, Tistad M, Tham K, Von Koch L, Eriksson G
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 2012;44(1):36-42

Combined life satisfaction of persons with stroke and their caregivers: associations with caregiver burden and the impact of stroke
Bergström Al, Eriksson G, Von Koch L, Tham K
Health and quality of life outcomes 2011;9():1-

Occupational Gaps in Everyday Life After Stroke and the Relation to Functioning and Perceived Life Satisfaction
Fallahpour M, Tham K, Joghataei Mt, Eriksson G, Jonsson H
OTJR-OCCUPATION PARTICIPATION AND HEALTH 2011;31(4):200-208

The Meaning of Occupational Gaps in Everyday Life in the First Year After Stroke
Eriksson G, Tham K
OTJR-OCCUPATION PARTICIPATION AND HEALTH 2010;30(4):184-192

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OCCUPATIONAL GAPS IN EVERYDAY LIFE, DEPRESSIVE MOOD AND LIFE SATISFACTION AFTER ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
Eriksson G, Kottorp A, Borg J, Tham K
JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE 2009;41(3):187-94

Occupational gaps in everyday life 1-4 years after acquired brain injury
Eriksson G, Tham K, Borg J
JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE 2006;38(3):159-65

Couples' happiness and its relationship to functioning in everyday life after brain injury
Eriksson G, Tham K, Fugl-meyer Ar
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2005;12(1):40-8

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