Privacy, security and GDPR (2018). BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo
Post-doctoral fellowship (2015-2017). Center for Shared Decision Making and Collaborative Care Research, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo
Project Management (2016), BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo
PhD (2015), University of Oslo/Oslo University Hospital, Center for Shared Decision Making and Collaborative Care Research. Aspects of uptake, use and effectiveness of eHealth interventions for self-management support and patient-provider communication.
Master of nursing science (2006), University of Oslo.
Registered nurse (1992), Sykepleierhøgskolen i Molde, Molde
Dr. Børøsund has a central role in many projects at the Department of Digital Health Research. Her research embraces studies on development effect studies of digital (eHealth) interventions and communication solutions for people with chronic and complex health challenges. She is the primary investigator for the InvolveMe project, which has adapted and developed a symptom assessment tool for people living with chronic illnesses and who is followed up with regular outpatient consultations. Dr. Børøsund also has a key role in the Stress Management Study (project administrator) where an evidence-based digital stress management program, StressProffen, has been developed, and is currently tested in an ongoing study of people living with cancer. She has expertise in mixed methods with a particular focus on quantitative methods for effect testing of digital solutions, and leads the department's internal group for privacy and security protection. In addition, Dr Børøsund is a supervisor for several doctoral and master's candidates and is a frequently used lecturer in eHealth.
Registered nurse, authorisation/license number: 4744721
2020 - Fagnettverk, Division of Medicine, Oslo University Hospital Oslo, Norway (member).
2018 - Committee for Privacy and Security, Department of Digital Health Research, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway
2017 - Research group for Quality of Life and Health Economics, Department of Transplantation Medicine, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway (member).
2017- The leadership team at Department of Digital Health Research, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway (member).
2015-2018 Union representative, Norwegian Nurses Society, Center for Shared Decision Making and Collaborative Care Research, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway (member)
2008- Research group for the Department of Digital Health Research, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway (member).
2007 The Council for Education, Rikshospitalet, Oslo, Norway (member)
2005-2009 The patient safety committee at Rikshospitalet Hospital (member)
University of Costa Rica, Research Center for Nursing and Health Care, Costa Rica.
University of Concepción, Faculty of Nursing, Chile.
Oslo University Hospital, Oslo.
VID Specialized University, Faculty of Health Studies, Oslo.
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA
Tilburg University, School of Social and behavioral Sciences, The Netherlands
University of Twente, Faculty of Behavioural, Management & Social Sciences, Dept. Psychology, Health & Technology, The Netherlands
University of Costa Rica, Center for Research in Nursing and Health Care, Costa Rica.
University of Concepción, Faculty of Nursing, Chile.
Landspitali Reykjavik, Reykjavik, Island
University of Oslo, Institute of Health and Society, Department of Nursing Science, Oslo.
Diakonhjemmet Hospital, Department of Rheumatology, Oslo.
Oslo University Hospital, Division of Medicine, Department of Specialized Endocrinology, Oslo.
Oslo University Hospital, Division of Medicine Department of Nephrology, Oslo, Norway.
Oslo University Hospital, Division of Medicine, Department of Acute Medicine, Oslo, Norway.
Oslo University Hospital, Division of Medicine, Department of klinisk service, Oslo, Norway.
A Digital Patient-Provider Communication Intervention (InvolveMe): Qualitative Study on the Implementation Preparation Based on Identified Facilitators and Barriers
J Med Internet Res, 23 (4), e22399
Health care providers' experiences of pain management and attitudes towards digitally supported self-management interventions for chronic pain: a qualitative study
BMC Health Serv Res, 21 (1), 275
Video as an alternative to in-person consultations in outpatient renal transplant recipient follow-up: a qualitative study
BMC Nephrol, 22 (1), 105
Digital Self-Management in Support of Patients Living With Chronic Pain: Feasibility Pilot Study
JMIR Form Res, 4 (10), e23893
Pilot testing an app-based stress management intervention for cancer survivors
Transl Behav Med, 10 (3), 770-780
Results from a randomized controlled trial testing StressProffen; an application-based stress-management intervention for cancer survivors
Cancer Med, 9 (11), 3775-3785
Mobile App to Help People With Chronic Illness Reflect on Their Strengths: Formative Evaluation and Usability Testing
JMIR Form Res, 4 (3), e16831
Content and system development of a digital patient-provider communication tool to support shared decision making in chronic health care: InvolveMe
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak, 20 (1), 46
A User-Centered Approach to an Evidence-Based Electronic Health Pain Management Intervention for People With Chronic Pain: Design and Development of EPIO
J Med Internet Res, 22 (1), e15889
Implementation Strategies to Enhance the Implementation of eHealth Programs for Patients With Chronic Illnesses: Realist Systematic Review
J Med Internet Res, 21 (9), e14255
Patients' Needs and Requirements for eHealth Pain Management Interventions: Qualitative Study
J Med Internet Res, 21 (4), e13205
A Stress Management App Intervention for Cancer Survivors: Design, Development, and Usability Testing
JMIR Form Res, 2 (2), e19
Shifting Practices Toward Recovery-Oriented Care Through an E-Recovery Portal in Community Mental Health Care: A Mixed-Methods Exploratory Study
J Med Internet Res, 19 (5), e145
Middle Managers' Experiences and Role in Implementing an Interactive Tailored Patient Assessment eHealth Intervention in Clinical Practice
Comput Inform Nurs, 33 (6), 249-57
Comparing effects in regular practice of e-communication and Web-based self-management support among breast cancer patients: preliminary results from a randomized controlled trial
J Med Internet Res, 16 (12), e295
Reducing errors through a web-based self-management support system
Stud Health Technol Inform, 201, 328-34
Nurses' experiences of using an interactive tailored patient assessment tool one year past implementation
Int J Med Inform, 83 (7), e23-34
Evaluation of different features of an eHealth application for personalized illness management support: cancer patients' use and appraisal of usefulness
Int J Med Inform, 82 (7), 593-603
How user characteristics affect use patterns in web-based illness management support for patients with breast and prostate cancer
J Med Internet Res, 15 (3), e34
Effects of an internet support system to assist cancer patients in reducing symptom distress: a randomized controlled trial
Cancer Nurs, 36 (1), 6-17
User requirements for a practice-integrated nurse-administered online communication service for cancer patients
Stud Health Technol Inform, 146, 221-5
Sykepleie til pasienter med infeksjonssykdommer
In Klinisk sykepleie, S. 631-677
Kjønnsforskjeller innen selvrapporterte symptomer og problemer hos kreftpasienter: en tverrsnittstudie av pasienter med leukemi eller lymfomtidlig i behandlingsforløpet
E. Børøsund, Oslo, IV, 89 s.