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Lena Rosenberg är anställd som biträdande lektor vid sektionen för arbetsterapi och har under perioden 2018 - 2019 en forskarass tjänst genom SFO-V Fellows. Lena leder forskningsprojektet Rethinking shared spaces in residential care facilities (finansierat av FORTE och Forskarskolan i vårdvetenskap) och forskningsprojektet Ett äldreboende att längta till (finansierat av Familjen Kamprads stiftelse). Dessa projekt genomförs i nära samarbete med Verklighetslabbet Stureby i Stockholms stad. Lena är huvudhandledare för doktoranderna Helena Cleeve, Margarita Mondaca och Marianne Palmgren samt bihandledare för Linda Sandberg.




Altering the boundaries of everyday life in a nursing home context
Mondaca M, Josephsson S, Borell L, Katz A, Rosenberg L
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2018;():1-11

Home care services for older clients with and without cognitive impairment in Sweden
Sandberg L, Nilsson I, Rosenberg L, Borell L, Boström Am
Health & social care in the community 2018;():-

Influencing everyday activities in a nursing home setting: A call for ethical and responsive engagement
Mondaca M, Josephsson S, Katz A, Rosenberg L
Nursing inquiry 2018;25(2):e12217-

Job strain: a cross-sectional survey of dementia care specialists and other staff in Swedish home care services
Sandberg L, Borell L, Edvardsson D, Rosenberg L, Boström Am
Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare 2018;11():255-266

LGBQ-Specific Elderly Housing as a "Sparkling Sanctuary": Boundary Work on LGBQ Identity and Community in Relationship to Potential LGBQ-Specific Elderly Housing in Sweden
Rosenberg L, Kottorp A, Johansson K
Journal of homosexuality 2018;65(11):1484-1506

Perpetuating harms from isolation among older adults with cognitive impairment: observed discrepancies in homecare service documentation, assessment and approval practices
Nilsson I, Luborsky M, Rosenberg L, Sandberg L, Boström Am, Borell L
BMC health services research 2018;18(1):800-

Differences in the use of everyday technology among persons with MCI, SCI and older adults without known cognitive impairment
Malinowsky C, Kottorp A, Wallin A, Nordlund A, Björklund E, Melin I, et al
International psychogeriatrics 2017;29(7):1193-1200

Everyday technology use among older adults in Sweden and Japan: A comparative study
Malinowsky C, Nygård L, Tanemura R, Nagao T, Noda K, Nakata O, et al
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2017;():1-11

Everyday technology use among older adults in Sweden and Portugal
Patomella Ah, Kottorp A, Ferreira M, Rosenberg L, Uppgard B, Nygård L
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2017;():1-10

Learning and knowing technology as lived experience in people with Alzheimer's disease: a phenomenological study
Rosenberg L, Nygård L
Aging & mental health 2017;21(12):1272-1279

Risks in situations that are experienced as unfamiliar and confusing - the perspective of persons with dementia
Sandberg L, Rosenberg L, Sandman Po, Borell L
Dementia (London, England) 2017;16(4):471-485

Sustaining care for a parent with dementia: an indefinite and intertwined process
Hwang As, Rosenberg L, Kontos P, Cameron Ji, Mihailidis A, Nygård L
International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being 2017;12(sup2):1389578-

Housing for ageing LGBTQ people in Sweden: a descriptive study of needs, preferences, and concerns
Kottorp A, Johansson K, Aase P, Rosenberg L
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2016;23(5):337-46

How attention to everyday technology could contribute to modern occupational therapy: A focus group study
Nygard L, Rosenberg L

Making use of research: clinical views on an evaluation of everyday technology use
Nygård L, Kottorp A, Rosenberg L
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2015;22(1):24-32

Validation of the Everyday Technology Use Questionnaire in a Japanese context
Malinowsky C, Kottorp A, Tanemura R, Asaba E, Nagao T, Noda K, et al

An approach to facilitate healthcare professionals' readiness to support technology use in everyday life for persons with dementia
Malinowsky C, Rosenberg L, Nygård L
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 2014;21(3):199-209

Users' and professionals' contributions in the process of designing an easy-to-use videophone for people with dementia
Boman Il, Nygård L, Rosenberg L
Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology 2014;9(2):164-72

First steps in designing a videophone for people with dementia: identification of users' potentials and the requirements of communication technology
Boman Il, Rosenberg L, Lundberg S, Nygård L
Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology 2012;7(5):356-63

Readiness for Technology Use With People With Dementia: The Perspectives of Significant Others
Rosenberg L, Kottorp A, Nygard L

Everyday Technology Use Questionnaire: Psychometric Evaluation of a New Assessment of Competence in Technology Use
Rosenberg L, Nygard L, Kottorp A

Perceived difficulty in everyday technology use among older adults with or without cognitive deficits
Rosenberg L, Kottorp A, Winblad B, Nygard L

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