Bilde av Johnsgård, Tine
Bilde av Johnsgård, Tine
Department of Pharmacy

Tine Johnsgård

Doctoral research fellow

Job description

PhD Candidate in the "Pharmacists in the Emergency Department (PharmED)" project. My research revovles mainly around physicians' experiences with pharmacists in the emergency department and how much time physicians spend on medication-related tasks in the emergency department. 

  • Birgitte Zahl-Holmstad, Beate Hennie Garcia, Tine Johnsgård, Eirik Hugaas Ofstad, Elin Lehnbom, Kristian Svendsen et al.:
    Patient perceptions and experiences with medication-related activities in the emergency department: a qualitative study
    BMJ Open Quality 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Tine Johnsgård, Renate Elenjord, Elin Lehnbom, Torsten Risør, Birgitte Zahl-Holmstad, Renata Vesela Holis et al.:
    Emergency department physicians’ experiences and perceptions with medication-related work tasks and the potential role of clinical pharmacists
    International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Renata Vesela, Renate Elenjord, Elin Lehnbom, Eirik Hugaas Ofstad, Tine Johnsgård, Birgitte Zahl-Holmstad et al.:
    Integrating the clinical pharmacist into the emergency department interdisciplinary team: A study protocol for a multicentre trial applying a non-randomised stepped-wedge study design
    BMJ Open 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Renata Vesela, Tine Johnsgård, Marie Fagerli, Kristian Svendsen, Birgitte Zahl-Holmstad, Renate Elenjord et al.:
    Identifying how nurses spend their time in three Norwegian emergency departments: a time-and-motion study
  • Tine Johnsgård, Renata Vesela, Marie Fagerli, Kristian Svendsen, Marit Waaseth, Beate Hennie Garcia et al.:
    How much time do emergency department physicians spend on drug-related tasks?
  • Tine Johnsgård, Ingvil Nagelhus, Elaine Fjellstad, Elin Lehnbom, Renate Elenjord, Torsten Risør et al.:
    Exploring physicians’ experiences with and perceptions of medication related work tasks in emergency departments – a qualitative study.

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