Andreas Gremyr

Doctoral Student
Research School of Health and Welfare , School of Health and Welfare

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How can healthcare become a Learning Health System (LHS), using technology that enables patients and professionals to continuously learn and develop the quality of care through coproduction in complex systems? Using the previous international research on LHSs as a starting point, Andreas focuses on the development and evaluation of LHS in a local context, the department of schizophrenia spectrum disorders at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden. The preliminary title of the dissertation is: “Towards a Learning Health System for severe mental illness”, examining LHSs from several different perspectives:

  • Studying the user perspective in cooperation with the Swedish Schizophrenia Association: "A Learning Health System for People with Severe Mental Illness: A Promise for Continuous Learning, Patient Coproduction and more Effective Care" (Submitted)
  • Development of a patient level data visualization to support person-centered care for schizophrenia - a plan to address complexity, in collaboration with University of Oxford: "How can complexity assessment inform the development and deployment of a digital dashboard for schizophrenia care? A case study of NASSS-CAT application"
  • A scoping- and hermeneutic review assessing LHS research and synthesizing results into a model (in progress)
  • Development and evaluation of LHS applications in services for people with psychotic illness and key stakeholder experiences (planning)

Andreas has a background as a psychologist in psychiatric care and as project manager for several projects enabling QI through data visualizations. The research is part of his work as a quality improvement officer in psychosis care.

Article

Holmberg, C., Torgerson, J., Gremyr, A. (2022). Elevated pulse pressure and its associations with demographic and clinical parameters in a clinically representative sample of outpatients with psychotic disorders BJPsych Open, 8(3). More information
Gremyr, A., Andersson-Gäre, B., Thor, J., Elwyn, G., Batalden, P., Andersson, A. (2021). The role of co-production in Learning Health Systems International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 33(Supplement 2), ii26-ii32. More information
Holmberg, C., Gremyr, A., Torgerson, J., Mehlig, K. (2021). Clinical validity of the 12-item WHODAS-2.0 in a naturalistic sample of outpatients with psychotic disorders BMC Psychiatry, 21(1). More information
Greenhalgh, T. Maylor, H. Shaw, S. Wherton, J. Papoutsi, C. Betton, V. , ... Taylor J. (2020). The NASSS-CAT Tools for Understanding, Guiding, Monitoring, and Researching Technology Implementation Projects in Health and Social Care: Protocol for an Evaluation Study in Real-World Settings JMIR Research Protocols, 9(5). More information
Allerby, K., Goulding, A., Ali, L., Gremyr, A., Waern, M. (2020). Person-Centered Psychosis Care How Increasing Person-Centeredness In Psychosis Inpatient Care Relate To Care Consumption And Ward Burden Schizophrenia Bulletin, 46(Supplement 1), S323. More information
Gremyr, A., Andersson-Gäre, B., Greenhalgh, T., Malm, U., Thor, J., Andersson, A. (2020). Using complexity assessment to inform the development and deployment of a digital dashboard for schizophrenia care: Case study Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(4). More information
Allerby, K., Goulding, A., Ali, L., Gremyr, A., Waern, M. (2019). Person-Centered Psychosis Care (PCPC) In An Inpatient Setting: Ward Level Data And Staff Workload Schizophrenia Bulletin, 45(Supplement 2), S304. More information
Gremyr, A., Malm, U., Lundin, L., Andersson, A. (2019). A learning health system for people with severe mental illness: a promise for continuous learning, patient coproduction and more effective care Digital Psychiatry, 2(1), 8-13. More information

Doctoral thesis

Gremyr, A. (2022). Improving health with and for individuals with schizophrenia using a learning health system approach: From idea to daily practice (Doctoral thesis, Jönköping: Jönköping University, School of Health and Welfare). More information

Other publications

Gremyr, A., Holmberg, C., Thor, J., Malm, U., Andersson-Gäre, B., Andersson, A. . How a Point-of-Care Dashboard Facilitates Co-production of Health Care and Health for and with Individuals with Psychotic Disorders: A Mixed-methods Case Study. More information