Current University: Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Research Supervisor: Leena Jylli
PICH Mentor: Bonnie Stevens
Member since: June 2013
My main research interests are implementation of research findings into clinical practice and assessment of pain, more specifically the validity and validation practices of assessment measures. My PhD-project concerns validation of translated observational pain assessment measures for use in preverbal children and will utilize a combination of qualitative and quantitative approaches
Andersen, R.D., Jylli, L., & Ambuel, B. (2014). Cultural adaptation of patient and observational outcome measures: A methodological example using the COMFORT behavioral rating scale International Journal of Nursing Studies, 51(6): 934-942.
Olsson, E., Andersen, R.D., Axelin, A., Jonsdottir, R., Maastrup, R., & Eriksson, M. (2012). Skin-to-skin care in neonatal intensive care units in the Nordic countries: a survey of attitudes and practices. Acta Paediatrica, 101(11), 1140-1146.
Andersen, R.D., Meberg, A., Wallin, L., & Jylli, L. (2008). Clinical staff perceptions of the treatment of procedural pain in neonates: Exploring a change process. In P. Greco & F. Conti (Eds.), Pain management: New research. New York, Nova Science Publishers, pp. 247-268.
Andersen, R.D., Greve-Isdahl, M., & Jylli, L. (2007). The opinions of clinical staff regarding neonatal procedural pain in two Norwegian neonatal intensive care units. Acta Paediatrica, 96(7), 1000-1003.