Rikke Aune Asbjørnsen

PhD kandidat

E-post

rikke.aune.asbjornsen@rr-research.no

Telefon

+47 90082262

Nåværende stillinger

  • PhD kandidat, Avdeling for Digital Helseforskning, Oslo Universitetssykehus HF, Norge og University of Twente, Center for eHealth & Wellbeing Research, Department of Psychology, Health and Technology, Nederland  
  • Forsknings- og innovasjonsrådgiver, Forsknings- og innovasjonsavdelingen, Sykehuset i Vestfold HF, Norge

Utdanning

  • PhD (pågår) innen eHelse / Digital Helse, Center for eHealth & Wellbeing Research, Department of Psychology, Health & Technology (PHT), Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences (BMS), Technical Medical Centre, University of Twente, Nederland
  • MSc Health Science & Healthcare Management (2008), Faculty of Behavioral, Management and Social Sciences, University of Twente, Nederland.  
    Master oppgave: Socio-technical analysis performed at Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål, Cancer Centre: Patient terminal and self-management of cancer patients: a case study of the development and implementation process of the technology in a hospital setting. 
  • Bachelor Fysioterapi (2003)

Faglige interesser

  • Personlig eHelse
  • Digitale helsetjenester
  • Motiverende design og adferdsteknikker i design og utvikling av eHelseintervensjoner for varig adferdsendring
  • Teknologi for selvstendighet og egenmestring: design, utvikling, brukermønstre/opplevelse og effekter

Autorisasjon

  • Autorisert Fysioterapeut i Norge
  • Autorisert Fysioterpaeut i Nederland

Tildelte midler

  • Oslo Universitetssykehus HF, Innovasjonsmidler

Verv

  • 2017 - Medlem Idemottaket, Sykehuset i Vestfold HF, Norge
  • 2011 - Medlem Regionalt Innovasjonsnettverk, Helse Sør-Øst RHF, Norge
  • 2011 - Medlem Forskningsutvalget, Sykehuset i Vestfold HF, Norge

Journal reviewer:

  • JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association
  • JMIR: Journal of Medical Internet Research

Undervisning

  • Lærer i fysioterapi ved Bachelor programmet i Fysioterapi, for internasjonale og nederlandske studenter, ved Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Nederland (2003-2006). Underviste hovedsakelig i anatomi.  

Samarbeid

Forskningsgrupper:

  • Avdeling for digital helseforskning, Oslo Universitetssykehus HF, Norway
  • Persuasive Health Technology Lab and The Technology, Human and Institutional Behavior Group at the University of Twente, Nederland

Annen tilhørighet / forskningssamarbeid:

  • Senter for Sykelig Overvekt i Helse Sør-Øst, Sykehuset i Vestfold HF, Norge  
  • Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA

Publikasjoner

Publications 2020

Cruz-Martínez RR, Wentzel J, Asbjørnsen RA, Noort PD, van Niekerk JM, Sanderman R, van Gemert-Pijnen JE (2020)
Supporting Self-Management of Cardiovascular Diseases Through Remote Monitoring Technologies: Metaethnography Review of Frameworks, Models, and Theories Used in Research and Development
J Med Internet Res, 22 (5), e16157
DOI 10.2196/16157, PubMed 32436852

Publications 2019

Varsi C, Solberg Nes L, Kristjansdottir OB, Kelders SM, Stenberg U, Zangi HA, Børøsund E, Weiss KE, Stubhaug A, Asbjørnsen RA, Westeng M, Ødegaard M, Eide H (2019)
Implementation Strategies to Enhance the Implementation of eHealth Programs for Patients With Chronic Illnesses: Realist Systematic Review
J Med Internet Res, 21 (9), e14255
DOI 10.2196/14255, PubMed 31573934

Cruz-Martínez RR, Noort PD, Asbjørnsen RA, van Niekerk JM, Wentzel J, Sanderman R, van Gemert-Pijnen L (2019)
Frameworks, Models, and Theories Used in Electronic Health Research and Development to Support Self-Management of Cardiovascular Diseases Through Remote Monitoring Technologies: Protocol for a Metaethnography Review
JMIR Res Protoc, 8 (7), e13334
DOI 10.2196/13334, PubMed 31313659

Asbjørnsen RA, Smedsrød ML, Solberg Nes L, Wentzel J, Varsi C, Hjelmesæth J, van Gemert-Pijnen JE (2019)
Persuasive System Design Principles and Behavior Change Techniques to Stimulate Motivation and Adherence in Electronic Health Interventions to Support Weight Loss Maintenance: Scoping Review
J Med Internet Res, 21 (6), e14265
DOI 10.2196/14265, PubMed 31228174

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