A new adventure begins

It’s time to shake some life into this blog again. Why? After almost 2 years of silence? Well. The past two years have had their fair share of ups and downs, and life has simply been moving too fast for me to keep the blog active. I’ve left my job at Karolinska Institutet after 10 years, and returned to my roots at Uppsala University where I now hold a position as Senior Lecturer in implementation science. Exciting!

Even more exciting is the adventure I’m embarking on today. At 10.30, the taxi will pick up me and the family and take us on the first stretch of our journey overseas to Boston where I will be a visiting scientist for 6 months! I will join the OpenNotes research team at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Harvard Medical School. This is of course related to my own work within the DOME consortium in Sweden and the research project PACESS in which we evaluate the effects of implementing patients online access to their electronic health records in Sweden. I will tell you more about the work I will be doing there in due time, and of course about all things related to moving a family to the other side of the world… but now, I have to finish packing the last bags. Wish me luck!

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1 Response to A new adventure begins

  1. Charlotte Söderman says:

    Dear Maria,
    It was so exciting to read about your work in Uppsala and the work as visiting scientist in Boston. I wish you luck!!
    I am still working as gastroenterologist at Capio StGöran Hospital, but since 2 years 40% of my work is dedicated to students and science.It is very exciting! After the summer I hope to apply for “docentur” at KI.
    Best regards

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