Kristina Alexanderson's research group: SHoL

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The research group “Sickness absence, health and life situation”  (SHoL) was founded in 2003 and has been established as a leading research group within the sickness absence area under the supervision by professor Kristina Alexanderson.

The SHoL group is interdisciplinary and multi professional  within the areas of behavioural science, medicine, economics and statistics, and use both epidemiological and qualitative analysis methods. The traditional perspective of social medicine, with focus on social differences, marginalization and factors of different structural levels (society, organization, individual) is completed with a gender perspective and a health perspective.

Research projects

Here you can read more about our research projects


Here you can read more about our publications

Group members

Kristina Alexanderson Professor, Head of the research group SHoL
Sandra Doveson PhD student
Lingjing Chen PhD, postdoc
Rasmus Elrud PhD student
Kristin Farrants PhD, postdoc
Emilie Friberg PhD, researcher
Klas Gustafsson PhD, Research associate
Mahbuba Haque Statistician
Pontus Josefsson Statistician
Korinna Karampampa PhD, postdoc
Linnea Kjeldgård Statistician, PhD student
Nils Larsson Statistician
Andreas Malm PhD student
Staffan Marklund Senior professor
Chantelle Murley PhD student
Henrik Nilsson PhD student
Kerstin Nilsson Statistician
Ulrika Rönningås PhD student
Veronica Svärd PhD, postdoc
Mirkka Söderman PhD student
Gino Almondo Analyst
Charlotte Björkenstam Med dr, post doc
Ute Bültmann Professor
Hanna Gyllensten PhD, post doc
Lena Gonäs Senior professor
Jenny Head Professor
Gunnel Hensing Professor
Johanna Holm Med dr, post doc
Anders Kullgren Professor
Tea Lallukka Researcher
Ulrik Lidwall PhD
Fredrik Saboonchi Professor
Laura Salonen PhD student
Magnus Stenbeck Associate professor, researcher
Helena Stigson Associate professor
Petter Tinghög PhD, on leave
Jussi Vahtera Professor
Margaretha Voss Associate professor
Agneta Wennman-Larsen Associate professor
Hugo Westerlund Professor
Fei Yang PhD, postdoc


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