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About me

I am a postdoctoral researcher and project leader in a study on return to work among employees on sick leave for mental ill-health. The aim of this study is to evaluate an intervention that addresses both individual and workplace related aspects among employees with work-related mental ill-health. In particular, the intervention’s cost-effectiveness and impact on sick leave and health will be studied. A second aim is to assess the concerned occupational health services staff’s adherence to the intended intervention.

Education

I have a BA in philosophy and an MA in gender studies from Åbo Akademi University, Finland. I obtained my PhD degree in public health from the Sahlgrenska Academy, Gothenburg University in 2014. The thesis is entitled “Exploring intimate partner violence among women and men in Sweden”.

Self-reported exposure to intimate partner violence among women and men in Sweden: results from a population-based survey.
Nybergh L, Taft C, Enander V, Krantz G
BMC Public Health 2013 Sep;13():845

Psychometric properties of the WHO Violence Against Women instrument in a female population-based sample in Sweden: a cross-sectional survey.
Nybergh L, Taft C, Krantz G
BMJ Open 2013 May;3(5):

Psychometric properties of the WHO Violence Against Women instrument in a male population-based sample in Sweden.
Nybergh L, Taft C, Krantz G
BMJ Open 2012 ;2(6):

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