Background and activities
Marit Solbjør is professor in health science (health sociology). She did her PhD in sociology on women's experiences with mammography screening, and has continued with studies of medical screening and cancer care. A research project on patients' experiences with cancer patient pathways was completed in 2021. Currently she is responcible for a project which explores men's views on prostate cancer diagnostics and articficial intelligence. Solbjør has also publised and contributed to a number of articles on user involvement in health services, and has supervised a project on the experiences of individuals on long-term sick-leave.
- MH3008 - Qualitative Research Methods in Medicine and Health Sciences
- FH3901 - Thesis in Public Health
- MH3004 - Qualitative Research Methods in Medicine and Health Sciences
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2021) Nephrologists’ experiences with patient participation when long-term dialysis is required. BMC Nephrology. vol. 22:58.
- (2021) Shared decision-making in standardized cancer patient pathways in Norway—Narratives of patient experiences. Health Expectations. vol. 24 (5).
- (2021) Barriers and Facilitators for Implementing Motivational Interviewing as a Return to Work Intervention in a Norwegian Social Insurance Setting: A Mixed Methods Process Evaluation. Journal of occupational rehabilitation. vol. 31.
- (2021) 'What matters to you?' : normative integration of an intervention to promote participation of older patients with multi-morbidity - a qualitative case study. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 21.
- (2021) Games of uncertainty: the participation of older patients with multimorbidity in care planning meetings - a qualitative study. BMC Geriatrics. vol. 21.
- (2021) Patient experiences of waiting times in standardised cancer patient pathways in Norway - a qualitative interview study. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 21 (1).
- (2021) . Informed choice and nudging in mammography screening: A discourse analysis of Australian and Scandinavian webpages. Science Technology & Society. vol. 26 (1).
- (2021) Health, Work, and Family Strain – Psychosocial Experiences at the Early Stages of Long-Term Sickness Absence. Frontiers in Psychology. vol. 12.
- (2020) Narratives of patient participation in haemodialysis. Journal of Clinical Nursing (JCN). vol. 29 (13-14).
- (2020) Sick-listed workers’ experiences with motivational interviewing in the return to work process: a qualitative interview study. BMC Public Health. vol. 20 (276).
- (2020) Health professionals’ experiences with the implementation of a digital medication dispenser in home care services – a qualitative study. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 20 (1).
- (2020) Technology and relational trust in care interactions. Gerontechnology. vol. 19.
- (2020) Sharing responsibility: Municipal health professionals' approaches to goal setting with older patients with multi-morbidity - a grounded theory study. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 20 (141).
- (2020) Subgroups of long-term sick-listed based on prognostic return to work factors across diagnoses – A cross-sectional latent class analysis. Journal of occupational rehabilitation.
- (2018) Motivational interviewing in long-term sickness absence: study protocol of a randomized controlled trial followed by qualitative and economic studies. BMC Public Health. vol. 18 (756).
- (2018) Equality and differences: group interaction in mixed focus groups of users and professionals discussing power. Society, health and vulnerability. vol. 9 (1).
- (2018) Care relationships at stake? Home healthcare professionals' experiences with digital medicine dispensers - a qualitative study. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 18 (26).
- (2018) Stortingsdebattene om mammografiscreening i 1998. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. vol. 138 (10).
- (2018) Psychosocial consequences among women with false-positive results after mammography screening in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care. vol. 36 (4).
- (2017) Brukermedvirkning i avtaleverket for samhandlingsreformen :. Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning. vol. 20 (1).
- (2016) Betydning av livsstil og risiko i forebygging av type 2 diabetes –en kvalitativ studie av eldre deltakere i en livsstilsintervensjon (VEND-RISK- studien). BestPractice Hjerte-karsykdommer: Faglig dialog mellom leger. vol. 3.
- (2016) Exploring lifestyle and risk in preventing type 2 diabetes-a nested qualitative study of older participants in a lifestyle intervention program (VEND-RISK). BMC Public Health. vol. 16 (876).
- (2015) Previous experiences and emotional baggage as barriers to lifestyle change - A qualitative study of Norwegian Healthy Life Centre participants. BMC Family Practice. vol. 16 (73).
- (2015) Breast-cancer screening-viewpoint of the IARC working group. New England Journal of Medicine. vol. 372 (24).
- (2015) Women's Experiences With Mammography Screening Through Six Years of Participation— A Longitudinal Qualitative Study. Health Care for Women International. vol. 36 (5).
- (2014) Experiences from the implementation of a comprehensive development plan for user involvement in a mental health hospital: A qualitative case study. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. vol. 60 (4).
- (2014) Characteristics of a self-management support programme applicable in primary health care: a qualitative study of users and health professionals perceptions. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 14.
- (2014) «Samarbeid mellom frivillig sektor og kommunale tjenester på pleie- og omsorgsfeltet – en kvalitativ studie». Nordisk tidsskrift for helseforskning. vol. 10.
- (2013) Same description, different values. How service users and providers define patient and public involvement in health care. Health Expectations. vol. 16 (3).
- (2013) Patient participation in mental healthcare: When is it difficult? A qualitative study of users and providers in a mental health hospital in Norway. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. vol. 59 (2).
- (2012) Could screening participation bias symptom interpretation? An interview study on women's interpretations of and responses to cancer symptoms between mammography screening rounds. BMJ Open. vol. 2 (6).
- (2012) Mammography screening and trust: The case of interval breast cancer. Social Science and Medicine. vol. 75 (10).
- (2011) Effect of an institutional development plan for user participation on professionals' knowledge, practice, and attitudes. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 11 (296).
- (2011) Experiences of Recall After Mammography Screening-A Qualitative Study. Health Care for Women International. vol. 32 (11).
- (2011) User involvement in hospital wards: Professionals negotiating user knowledge. A qualitative study. Patient Education and Counseling. vol. 85.
- (2008) Brukermedvirkning i sykehusavdelinger?. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. vol. 128 (17).
- (2008) Challenges of informed choice in organised screening. Journal of Medical Ethics. vol. 34 (9).
- (2021) Pakkeforløp for kreft: erfaringer blant helsepersonell og pasienter. Sluttrapport fra den forskningsbaserte evaluering av pakkeforløp for kreft. 2021. ISBN 978-82-14-06460-5. SINTEF Rapport (2021:00278).
- (2008) Women's experiences of mammography screening - Decision making, participation and recall. 2008. ISBN 978-82-471-1221-2.
- (2021) Webinar: "Pakkeforløp for kreft" - konsekvenser for pasienter og helsepersonell. Panelsamtale mellom forskere og Kreftforeningen. Webinar - avslutning for prosjektet Evaluering av pakkeforløp for kreft . Kreftforeningen og Sintef; Trondheim/digitalt. 2021-03-03 - 2021-03-03.
- (2021) Pasienterfaringer i pakkeforløp for kreft. Webinar om pakkeforløp for kreft . Kreftforeningen Midt-Norge; Trondheim. 2021-03-03.
- (2020) KUNSTIG INTELLIGENS I KREFTDIAGNOSTIKK - MELLOM HÅP, REALISME OG ETISKE UTFORDRINGER. KUNSTIG INTELLIGENS I KREFTDIAGNOSTIKK - MELLOM HÅP, REALISME OG ETISKE UTFORDRINGER . NTNU og Digitalt Liv Norge; Litteraturhuset Trondheim. 2020-11-26.
- (2020) Shared decision making in standardized cancer patient pathways in Norway – patient experiences. International Conference of Integrated Care ICIC2020 . International Foundation of Integrated Care; Digitalt. 2020-09-30.
- (2020) Health personnel's experiences with implementation of welfare technology in home care services. International Conference of Integrated Care ICIC2020 . International Foundation of Integrated Care; Digitalt. 2020-09-23.
- (2020) Pakkeforløp for psykisk helse og rus - bidrar det til et mer helhetlig og koordinert tilbud? Fagfolks erfaringer gjennom første året av reformen. Helsetjenesteforskningskonferansen 2020 - Gode helsetjenester for alle . Folkehelseinstituttet; Oslo. 2020-03-10 - 2020-03-11.