She is educated as a nurse at Sør-Trøndelag University College (now NTNU) since 2004. She has further education in pedagogics, supervision and Practical Teacher Training. She holds a masters degree in Health Science at the University Agder as of 2018.
Mainly clinical work-experience from Orthopedic department at St. Olavs hospital (2004-2006) and Hospital of Southern Norway (Norwegian: Sørlandet sykehus Helse Foretak, shortened SSHF) (2006-2011). Further work on upper secondary education in health and adult education, mainly with Vg3 Health secretary education (2011-2019).
Employed as an Assistant professor at the University of Agder since August 2019, and as a Fellow researcher as of October 2019. Lectures at Bachelor in nursing in 25% and working with research (PhD) with specialization in health and sport science in 75%.
Currently in the PhD program at the Faculty of Health and Sport Science.
The title of the PhD-project is "Learning in clinical studies - addressing the student nurse perspective".
Member of the research school PROFRES which is a national research school for professional research and practice-related research in the field of health, welfare, and education. For more information visit their website: https://www.uis.no/nb/profres
Bachelor in nursing
Assessment and learning
Clinical studies in nursing education
International health and internationalization
The PhD-work is part of the larger research project "Aiming for quality in clinical studies - QUALinCLINstud", a collaboration between the University of Agder, the University of Stavanger and the University of South-East of Norway.
For more information visit the website: https://www.uis.no/forskning-og-ph-d/forskningssentre/share-senter-for-kvalitet-og-sikkerhet-i-helsetjenesten/prosjekter/qualinclinstud/
Dalsmo, Ingrid Espegren; Haraldstad, Kristin; Johannessen, Berit; Hovland, Olav Johannes; Chiduo, Mercy Grace; Fegran, Liv (2021). Publication Preview Source “Now I Feel That I Can Achieve Something”: Young Tanzanian Women’s Experiences of Empowerment by Participating in Health Promotion Campaigns. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH). ISSN: 1661-7827. 18 (16). doi:doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18168747.
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