Associated studies

Below are some examples of associated studies that are using the U-CARE-portal.

DAUGHTERS’ EXPERIENCE OF BEING A CAREGIVER TO AN OLDER PARENT: CHALLENGES AND NEEDS FOR SUPPORT (DAUGHTERS)

Principal investigator: Dr. Joanne Woodford,
Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University

Daughters who provide informal care to an older parent are interviewed to gain a better understanding of their experiences and needs for psychological support. The study participants use the U-CARE-portal to give their informed consent and to answer questionnaires about their background and well-being.

STÖDNÄT: A SURVEY STUDY EXPLORING THE SUPPORT CANCER SURVIVORS AND INFORMAL CANCER CAREGIVERS RECEIVE AND THEIR SELF-HELP PROGRAM PREFERENCES (STÖDNÄT)

Principal investigator: Dr. Joanne Woodford,
Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University

This research programme aims to explore the support cancer survivors and informal caregivers to cancer patients receive, and what preferences they have regarding self-help programs for mental health difficulties. Study participants will use the U-CARE-portal to answer surveys and to provide their informed consent.

QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG PATIENTS WITH PERMANENT HYPOPARATHYROIDISM AFTER TOTAL THYROIDEKTOMI (QOL)

Principal investigator: Olov Norlén, Associate Professor, Consultant
Department of Surgical Sciences, Uppsala University

The study explores whether quality of life among persons with permanent hypoparathyroidism after removal of all part of the thyroid gland is affected, compared to persons who have not suffered from permanent hypoparathyroidism after removal of the thyroid gland. Study participants use the U-CARE-portal to answer questionnaires and to provide their informed consent.

IMPORTANCE OF BETA BLOCKERS FOR QUALITY OF LIFE AND WELL-BEING AMONG MYOCARDIAL PATIENTS (REDUCE-QOL)

Principal investigator: Erik Olsson, Associate Professor, Psychologist
Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University

In the study it is examined whether treatment with beta-blockers has an effect on quality of life, well-being, heart-related anxiety, worry, depression and sexual function. Participants answer questions via the U-CARE-portal two and twelve months after having had a heart attack.

INTERNET-BASED COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR PERSONS WITH NON-OBSTRUCTIVE CORONARY ARTERIES WHO HAVE HAD A MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

Principal investigator: Erik Olsson, Associate Professor, Psychologist
Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University

In the study, internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy for stress and worry/anxiety in persons with non-obstructive coronary arteries who have had a myocardial infarction is developed, tested, and evaluated.

JUNO

Principal investigator: Agneta Skoog Svanberg, Professor, Registered Midwife
Department of Womens' and Childrens' Health, Uppsala University

In the study, the effects of internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy for women with negative/traumatic experiences in connection to childbirth on coping strategies, parent-child bonding, and relationship with partner are investigated.

FOLLOW-UP OF ADULTS WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE ’NEONATAL FOLLOW-UP STUDY’

Principal investigator: Kine Johansen, PhD, Physiotherapist
Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University

In the study, motor skills and whether poor motor skills in childhood affect everyday life, health, and well-being among persons who participated in the study ‘Neonataluppföljning’ is investigated. Participants answer questions via the U-CARE-portal on three occasions.

Last modified: 2021-10-04