Living With a Mentally Ill Parent
- M. Trondsen
- Psychology, MedicineQualitative Health Research
- 1 February 2012
It is argued that adolescents with mentally ill parents can be understood as vulnerable as well as active participants in managing their everyday lives and the importance of including perspectives of children and adolescents in further research so as to improve health care for families with parental mental illness.
Patients Who Use E-Mediated Communication With Their Doctor: New Constructions of Trust in the Patient-Doctor Relationship
- H. Andreassen, M. Trondsen, P. Kummervold, D. Gammon, P. Hjortdahl
- MedicineQualitative Health Research
- 1 February 2006
It is argued that patients’ use of ICT and the element of trust in the patient-doctor relationship influence each other, and that Patients’ constructions oftrust in this relationship can be understood in light of basic mechanisms in modern society.
Communal Normalization in an Online Self-Help Group for Adolescents With a Mentally Ill Parent
The role of a Norwegian online self-help group for adolescents (aged 15 to 18) with a mentally ill parent provided “communal normalization” by which participants, through communication in the forum, made sense of everyday experiences and emotions arising from having a mentallyill parent.
The dual role of the action researcher.
The empowered patient and the sociologist
The increasing use of the term ‘empowerment’ – both as a political ideal and as a descriptive concept – strikes as an interesting entrance to explore the multifaceted expressions of health and illness in contemporary society.
VIDEOCARE: Decentralised psychiatric emergency care through videoconferencing
- M. Trondsen, S. R. Bolle, Geir Øyvind Stensland, A. Tjora
- Psychology, MedicineBMC Health Services Research
- 20 December 2012
The aim of this study is to explore the use of videoconferencing in psychiatric emergencies based on the implementation of this first Norwegian tele-psychiatric service in emergency care, and explore how videconferenced consultations matter for patients, professional practice and cooperation between levels in psychiatric care.
How to Use Qualitative Interviews in E-health Research
This paper presents easy-to-use guidelines for using qualitative interviews in e-health research that are firmly based in social science methodology.
Managing Everyday Life: A Qualitative Study of Patients’ Experiences of a Web-Based Ulcer Record for Home-Based Treatment
- M. Trondsen
- 1 December 2014
Patients’ experiences of using the web-based record for their home-based ulcer treatment without assistance from community nurses are explored, finding aspects improved the patients’ everyday life during long-term ulcer care and can be understood as stimulating patient empowerment.
Usefulness of videoconferencing in psychiatric emergencies -- a qualitative study
- S. R. Bolle, M. Trondsen, Geir Øyvind Stensland, A. Tjora
- Psychology, MedicineHealth technology
- 24 March 2017
Videoconferencing is useful for challenging and complex psychiatric emergencies and is a suitable tool for building high quality, decentralized psychiatric services.
[Patient-physician interaction over the internet].
- P. Kummervold, M. Trondsen, H. Andreassen, D. Gammon, P. Hjortdahl
- Medicine, Political ScienceTidsskrift for Den Norske Laegeforening
- 21 October 2004
Electronic communication appears to replace some consultations and telephone inquiries in Norway and gives reason to expect that communication between patients and general practitioners over the internet will be more important in the future.