Personlig presentation av Kerstin Erlandsson
In 2007, I got my Ph.D at the Karolinska Institute, Sweden. The thesis was entitled, Care of the newborn infant during maternal-infant separation. The father as primary caregiver immediately after birth and the mother's experiences of separation and later reunion with the infant.
In 2011 I became Associate Professor at Mälardalen University, after studying parents and siblings situation after the loss of a stillborn child. In 2013 doctoral student Pernilla Avelin presented her thesis, Stillbirth – a loss for the whole family. I was one of the supervisors of Pernilla and have one other doctoral student.
2012 to 2014 I worked with UNFPA as Technical Specialist Midwife in Nepal and today I work as a senior lecturer at the midwifery education, Dalarna University-, and with a web based master program in Sexual and Reproductive Health in Somaliland; A SIDA funded project and collaboration between Dalarna- Hargeisa- and Amod Universities.
Since 2003 I have been a lecturer and from 2008 senior lecturer. I started my long carrier as a midwife in Somaliain 1985.
- Defibulated immigrant women's sexual and reproductive health from the perspective of midwives and gynaecologists as primary care providers in Sweden - A phenomenographic study., Sexual & Reproductive HealthCare, 2021, Vol. 29. Article : refereed. .
- Newborn infants who received skin-to-skin contact with fathers after Caesarean sections showed stable physiological patterns., Acta Paediatrica, 2021, Vol. 110, No. 5, 1461-1467. Article : refereed. .
- Findings from a context specific accreditation assessment at 38 public midwifery education institutions in Bangladesh, Women and Birth, 2021, Vol. 34, No. 1, e76-e83. Article : refereed. .
- Facilitators of and barriers to providing high-quality midwifery education in South-East Asia : An integrative review, Women and Birth, 2021. Article : refereed. .
- Addressing violence against women within the midwifery curriculum in Bangladesh : A focus group discussion inquiry, Journal of Asian Midwives, 2021, Vol. 8, No. 1, 15-34. Article : refereed. .