Author Archives: mariahagglund

Scoping review on patients access to mental health records

My PhD student Annika Bärkås shares first authorship for the first systematic scoping review study collating existing evidence about sharing EHRs or clinical notes with people treated for mental health conditions. It’s an excellent study, that I’m very proud to … Continue reading

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Recording from European Patient Forum 2021

I was very happy and proud to be invited by the BMJ to give an international overview of how patients’ are given online access to their health data (specifically the electronic health records). We had a great discussion, and the … Continue reading

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BMJ webbinar series

Tonight at 6 pm (Swedish time), I will the speaking in the fourth and last of a series of webinars organized by the BMJ on patients access to their health records. I will be giving an international overview and discuss … Continue reading

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Plenary Session at the European Patient Forum Congress

In a few weeks time, I will deliver a Keynote speech as part of a Plenary Session organized by the BMJ at the EPF Congress. The session is scheduled for October 26th 13.00-14.00 CET. Patients’ access, control and ownership of … Continue reading

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Swedish patients’ access to their psychiatric notes

I’m very thrilled that my PhD student Annika Bärkås has published the first paper for her PhD thesis! For a thesis in our field in Sweden, it is expected to have at list 4 papers in your PhD thesis, and … Continue reading

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Academic tourism and World Heritages

Do you miss travelling to conferences? I do. Of course I see the benefits of less travelling too – for environmental reasons not the least! We can meet online, it’s easier to squeeze into busy schedules, more people will have … Continue reading

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User Evaluation of the Swedish Patient Accessible Electronic Health Record – a long overdue publication

Finally! Data for this study was collected years ago, but we just never had the time to sit down and analyze it properly until last year. But we somehow managed to squeeze it into the pandemic schedule at last, and … Continue reading

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