Author Archives: mariahagglund

Work life balance (and vacation)

If it’s one thing I’m struggling with that has been even more difficult during the pandemic, it’s finding the balance between work and rest. As I’ve been working exclusively from home for the past year, this has been increasingly challenging. … Continue reading

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Open notes will be the mandatory in the US

As of April 5th 2021, a new US policy is requiring immediate release of records to patients. The rule require US healthcare providers to give patients access to all the health information in their electronic medical records without charge. In … Continue reading

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Book chapter in “Medicinsk Informatik”

During 2020, I had the pleasure to work together with Åsa Cajander, Isabella Scandurra and Axel Wolf on a book chapter for a revised version of THE Swedish book on medical informatics; “Medicinsk Informatik”. The book is written in Swedish, … Continue reading

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The Swedish Collaboration on Digital Care Research

During 2020, I joined forces with researchers all over Sweden with a special interest in digital care, specifically online consultations. We started a research network to exchange experiences, coordinate research and share results, both within the network and to other … Continue reading

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2020 in the rearview mirror

2020 was a year like no other. It’s been tough. I’ve managed to stay clear of the virus myself (and my closest family), but the necessary restrictions have been hard on us all. At the same time, it’s been a … Continue reading

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An adventure will soon end…

or is this the start of something new? I’ve now spent almost a whole year with the OpenNotes research group at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. We had only planned for 6 months, but plans are made to … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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