Karin has a Master of Philosophy in Nursing, licenced nurse and district nurse.
The overall aim of the doctoral research project is to study the working situation of nursing staff and first-line managers in Swedish acute hospital settings, as well as their well-being and efficiency. The project is planned to include four data collections at medical and surgical units in both public and private hospitals. Data from a questionnaire, observations and interviews are collected for the first two studies. The other two studies are currently planned to be interview studies. The project is expected to contribute with in-depth knowledge of the structural conditions within Swedish emergency care that may be important for nursing staff and first-line managers' work, well-being and efficiency. These results could be used in the work of developing and improving the work situation and the quality of care in Swedish acute hospitals.
Karin Lundin, PhD student, University of Gävle
Bernice Skytt, principal supervisor, docent, University of Gävle
Maria Engström, co-supervisor, professor, University of Gävle
Marit Silén, co-supervisor, senior lecturer,University of Gävle
Annika Strömberg, co-supervisor, senior lecturer, University of Gävle