I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Unit for Intervention and Implementation Research in worker health
I am working on the project which aims to compare the effectiveness of a single versus a multifaceted implementation strategy for the Guideline for the prevention of mental ill-health at the workplace within schools, led by Dr. Lydia Kwak. Besides investigating intervention effectiveness, the focus is also on implementation effectiveness, i.e. the extent to which the recommendations are implemented within the schools.
I am also part of Elisabeth Björk Brämberg's research group working on the project exploring risk and protective factors of registered sick leave and full return to work among employees with common mental disorders.
I hold a PhD in Education from the University of Gothenburg. My doctoral thesis entitled "Teachers meeting the challenges of the Swedish school system. Agents within boundaries" explored the relationship between the aspects of teacher professional competence and school environment in their relative contribution to student and teacher outcomes in Sweden and other Nordic countries.