Seksjon for helsefag

 

Anne Marit Mengshoel

Professor

 

Institute for Nursing and Health Sciences

Section of Health Sciences

P.O. Box 1153 Blindern

0318 Oslo, Norway

Tel: 228 58413

e-mail: a.m.mengshoel@medisin.uio.no

 

CV

Publications

 

 

Areas of interest

 

v     Musculoskeletal disorders and rheumatic inflammatory diseases 

 

v     Recovery, physical function, pain and fatigue 

 

 

Ongoing projects

 

Own research project

 

 Living with ankylosing spondylitis

 

PhD-projects - main supervisor

 

  1. Rehabilitation after knee arthroplasty. PhD-student, RPT,  Vigdis Bruun-Olsen in collaboration with Bærum County Hospital and Martina Hansen Hospital  (granted by Extra funds from the Norwegian Foundation for Health and Rehabilitation)

 

  1. Rehabilitation after hip arthroplasty. PhD student RPT, Kristi Heiberg in collaboration with Bærum County Hospital and Martina Hansen Hospital (granted by Helseforetaket Sør-Øst)

 

  1. Recovery from chronic widespread pain. PhD-student, RN, Gro Eidshagen in collaboration with Rikshospitalet and Inst. General Practice and Community Medicine, University of Oslo (granted by Extra funds from the Norwegian Foundation for Health and Rehabilitation)

 

PhD-projects – co-supervisor

 

  1. Pelvic-girdle pain in pregnancy – diagnosis, incidence and prognostic factors. PhD-student, RPT, Hilde S. Robinson in collaboration with primary health care

 

  1. ADL, health status and quality of life in patients having fractures due to osteoporosis. PhD-student, RN, Gudrun Rhode, Sørlandet Hospital

 

  1. Neck disorder and muscle function. PhD-student, MD, Jan Børre Johansen, Ullevål University Hospital

 

  1. Physical work exposure and musculoskeletal complaints in young employees. PhD-student, RPT, Therese Nordberg Hanvold, National Inst. Environm Health

 

Other Projects

 

  1. Shoulder function in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Master student RPT Bente Slungård, the Martina Hansens Hospital

 

  1. Effect of rehabilitation programs for patients with fibromyalgia. Project leader Anne-Cathrine Clarke-Jensen, Rehabilitation abroad, Rikshospitalet, Oslo

 

  1. Effect of sling therapy in patients with fibromyalgia.  Project leader Pia Foss at Skogli Rehabilitation Centre, Lillehammer