Anette Edin-Liljegren will talk about rural medicine and how distance bridging technology can overcome distances within health care.
Anette Edin-Liljegren is since 2011 a senior researcher at the Centre for Rural Medicine at Region Västerbotten. Her interest is within rural medicine and how people can get access to health care services were ever they live, using distance bridging technology. Anette is involved in studies connected to the concept Digital Health Room (DHR) to improve health services for people living in rural and sparsely populated areas, both in Sweden and in India and involved in projects in Indonesia and South Africa. Earlier she has been working together with reindeer herding Sami in studies about health and working environment before she started her work at the Centre for Rural Medicine (GMC) as research coordinator. Anette is also adjunct lecturer at the department of Nursing at Umeå university with assignment to supervise students at different levels including four PhD-students, and affiliated to the department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics (LIME), division of Innovative Care Research at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
The seminar will be in English and since we at Arcum offers a light lunch, we wish that you to register your participation before Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Please use the form below.