I am a Physiotherapist and Senior Lecturer at the Department of Health and Care Sciences where I am teaching in the undergraduate nursing program.
I am interested in experience-based learning, human movements and the use of digital technology to support learning and development for health. In my dissertation (2016) I developed a learning model (VILMA) to support learning, movement awareness and change of one's own individual movements with the support of video as a tool for feedback and reflection.
I am involved in research projects in Kalmar that focus on supporting patient activation, self-care and breaking sedentary behavior among older people. Among other things, we study how 3D visualization of movements through Skeleton Avatar Technique can be used in functional assessments. During 2020 I am postdoc at University of Calgary, Kanada and will continue develop and study digital support for learning, changing and assessment of functional mobility among elderly persons.