• Höglund, Anna; Carlsson, Marianne; Holmström, Inger; Lännerström, Linda et al.

    From denial to awareness :a conceptual model for obtaining equity in healthcare

    Part of International Journal for Equity in Health, 2018.

  • Henriksson, Dorcus Kiwanuka; Fredriksson, Mio; Waiswa, Peter; Selling, Katarina et al.

    Bottleneck analysis at district level to illustrate gaps within the district health system in Uganda

    Part of Global Health Action, 2017.

  • Holmström, Inger K.; Krantz, Anna; Karacagil, Lena; Sundler, Annelie J. et al.

    Frequent callers in primary health care - a qualitative study with a nursing perspective

    Part of Journal of Advanced Nursing, p. 622-632, 2017.

  • Eriksson, Leif; Bergström, Anna; Hoa, Dinh Thi Phuong; Nga, Nguyen Thu et al.

    Sustainability of knowledge implementation in a low- and middle- income context :Experiences from a facilitation project in Vietnam targeting maternal and neonatal health

    Part of PLoS ONE, 2017.

  • Holmstrom, Inger K.; Kaminsky, Elenor; Höglund, Anna T.; Carlsson, Marianne et al.

    Nursing students' awareness of inequity in healthcare - An intersectional perspective

    Part of Nurse Education Today, p. 134-139, 2017.

  • Winblad, Ulrika; Blomqvist, Paula; Karlsson, Andreas

    Do public nursing home care providers deliver higher quality than private providers? :Evidence from Sweden

    Part of BMC Health Services Research, 2017.

  • Henriksson, Dorcus Kiwanuka; Ayebare, Florence; Waiswa, Peter; Peterson, Stefan Swartling et al.

    Enablers and barriers to evidence based planning in the district health system in Uganda; perceptions of district health managers

    Part of BMC Health Services Research, 2017.

  • Burström, Bo; Burström, Kristina; Nilsson, Gunnar; Tomson, Göran et al.

    Equity aspects of the Primary Health Care Choice Reform in Sweden - a scoping review

    Part of International Journal for Equity in Health, 2017.

  • Fredriksson, Mio; Eriksson, Max; Tritter, Jonathan

    Who wants to be involved in health care decisions? :Comparing preferences for individual and collective involvement in England and Sweden

    Part of BMC Public Health, 2017.

  • Bjorkman, Annica; Engström, Maria; Olsson, Annakarin; Wahlberg, Anna Carin et al.

    Identified obstacles and prerequisites in telenurses' work environment :a modified Delphi study

    Part of BMC Health Services Research, 2017.

Health Services Research

The area of Health Services Research studies, evaluates and compares health care systems on a national and international level. The focus lies on aspects such as structures, economy, organization and results of health care systems. Our research analyses and evaluates the current Swedish system, with the aim to increase quality of care and achieve optimal use of resources.

​You find our different research areas in the menu to the left.

The Health Service Research group at our departement is indeed interdiciplinary. Both in terms of the theories from various disciplines applied in our research and in terms of the different scientific backgrounds of research members. Here we have diciplines such as medicine, nursing, psychology, bioethics, political science, lingustics and economy represented, and many researchers with long experience in the field. The Health Service Research group participates in several science networks, and also works in close collaboration with clinical practice.

"​Health services research is a multidisciplinary field focused on describing, analyzing and evaluating the organization, function and results of healthcare systems"​

the National Encyclopedia

Group members

The research group consists of around thirty members from different disciplines and scientific fields. Contact details

The group is part of the following research networks:

European Health Policy Group

Norface (network on welfare state futures)

Forum för Health Policy

Normacare (Nordic network on marketisation in eldercare)

Nordic Health Research and Innovation Networks 

Contact

Research Group leader:

Ulrika Winblad

Associate Professor, Researcher
+46 18 471 65 63
​+46 70-425 02 52
E-mail