Bergmo is working as a senior researcher at the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research. She has a Master in Economics and a PhD i Health Service Research. Her research field is e-health and digital health services and her main competence is health economics and implementation science. She is currently involved in digital medicines mangement projects within e-prescribing and shared medication lists across the levels of care.
My research revolves around quality improvement, complex interventions, and implementation. We have identifies determinants of proper medication work in the home care setting in the municipality of Tromsø. Determinants can be used to develop tailored implementation strategies for the introduction of new services.
Dr. Elin Lehnbom is an experienced pharmacist with an impressive academic and research background. She holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy, a Master's degree in Pharmaceutical Science, as well as a Master's degree in Clinical Pharmacy. Her doctoral research, titled "Quality Use of Medicines in chronic illness management: the role of pharmacists and the use of e-Health," was completed at the University of Sydney, Australia. After spending 3.5 years as a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research at UNSW and 2 years as a lecturer in social pharmacy at the University of Sydney, she relocated to Tromsø, Norway, where she has been working since 2017 as Associate Professor in clinical pharmacy. She completed a sabbatical at the Sonderegger Research Center for Improved Medication Outcomes, School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin – Madison, during which she was involved in a project focused on redesigning outpatient pharmacies to reduce potentially harmful over-the-counter medication use among older adults.
In her research, Dr. Lehnbom employs both qualitative and quantitative methods to investigate ways to enhance medication use, particularly through the effective use of information and communication tools. She is able to establish and maintain successful collaborations, which is evident in her extensive body of work, including 116 peer-reviewed articles, conference contributions, debate pieces, and more.