Anna Johnsen

Lecturer Nursing Science
Department of Nursing , School of Health and Welfare
Doctoral Student
Research School of Health and Welfare , School of Health and Welfare
Programme manager Nursing Science

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Anna Johnsen is a PhD-student in Health and Care Science at the research school of Health and welfare. Her PhD-project is about work environment and health among ambulance personnel. The overall aim is to describe factors of importance for recovery, as stress, physical activity, sleep and rest, and how these factors relate to work environment, lifestyle and health among ambulance personnel.

Biography

Anna is a registered nurse with specialist training in intensive care. She has worked as a nurse from 1997, mainly in intensive care. Anna was employed as a lecturer at the School of health and welfare in 2012. Beside her BSc in nursing, she has a MSc in public health.

Article

Johnsen, A., Alfredsson, L., Knutsson, A., Westerholm, P., Fransson, E. (2016). Association between occupational physical activity and myocardial infarction: a prospective cohort study BMJ Open, 6(10). More information

Conference paper

Johnsen, A., Alfredsson, L., Knutsson, A., Westerholm, P., Fransson, E. (2016). Weak associations between occupational physical activity and myocardial infarction. 25th EPICOH Conference- Occupational Health: Think Globally, Act Locally, Barcelona, September 5-7, 2016.. More information