Ansatte med arbeidsområde Sosiologi
Medical Humanities, forskningsgruppe
Clinical interaction in context: a narrative exploration of 212 naturally occurring GP consultations.
Clinical interaction in context is a research project dealing with the interaction between patients and doctors in clinical consultations, with a focus on patient centred care and shared decision-making. Through various sub-studies, we explore the moment-to-moment unfolding of naturally occurring clinical consultations between patients and general practitioners (GPs). Although our empirical exploration focuses on in situ consultations betwe...
Department of Child Welfare and Social Work
Social policy, professions and professionalization, professional ethics, inter-professional and models for cross-sectoral collaboration.
Organization theory, innovation, kowledge- and industrydevelopment
The Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration
How public debate have potensial to affect judicial decisions - the Norwegian drug reform
Department of Social Education
- Policy formation and implementation of polivy decisions
- Participation in policy formation
- Co-creation in research
I have three main research interests: work inclusion of migrants and refugees, societal participation of Sami with disabilities, and nature and environmental policy (especially management of protected areas and water).
Department of Social Sciences
Stine Willum Adrian is an Associate Professor in sociology of health, welfare and qualitative methods at Department of the Social Sciences at The Arctic University of Norway. Adrian is a sociologist by training and holds a PhD in feminist STS and cultural analysis. Adrian’s work has always been interdisciplinary joining ethnography of medical technologies with cultural analysis, ethics and law. Her research interests lie in questions concerning, reproductive technology, technologies of death and dying at the beginning of life, gender, intersectionality, feminist materialisms, the enta...