A recent presentation of Norwegian data from the Babies Born Better Survey has been published on our website, please click below to view.
Dr. Anne Britt Vika Nilsen email@example.com
Anne Britt Vika Nilsen is a midwife (RN, RM, PhD). She has a PhD in medicine form the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. The title of the thesis is: ‘Factors associated with having the first baby at an advanced age ‘. She has practiced in the clinical field for many years. Since 2005 she has worked as a lecturer and researcher in Midwifery at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL) in Norway. Her research interests are; models of care, perineal trauma, user experience, salutogenesis, de-medicalisation of childbirth and promotion of normal labour and birth (QMNR). She was a member of the COST Action IS1405 and is one of two Country Coordinators from Norway of the Babies Born Better Survey.
Dr. Tine Schauer Eri firstname.lastname@example.org
Tine Schauer Eri (RN, RM, PhD) is connected to the master program in midwifery science at Oslo Metropolitan University where she works as a lecturer and researcher. She has practiced several years as a midwife. Her research interests are experiences with maternity care, place of birth, models of care, theoretical development of midwifery knowledge, salutogenesis, labour onset. She was a member of the COST Action IS1405 and is one of two Country Coordinators from Norway of the Babies Born Better Survey.
Prof. Ellen Blix email@example.com
Ellen Blix (RN, RM, MPH, DrPH) is a professor in Midwifery Science at Oslo Metropolitan University. Her research fields are intrapartum fetal monitoring, place of birth, promoting physiological labour, evidence based practice.
Carina Lian firstname.lastname@example.org
Carina Vedeler Lian (RN, RM, MMid) is a midwife and a PHD candidate at Oslo Metropolitan University. She is working part time as a community midwife. Her research interests are user experiences, models of care, promoting physiological labour, salutogenesis and community-based primary care. She is currently doing her PhD on the Norwegian and English data from the Babies Born Better survey.
Maternity and parent support organisations:
Landsforeningen 1001 dager – mental helse under graviditet og etter fødsel: http://www.landsforeningen1001dager.no