• Biology and experience intertwined - trauma, neglect and physical health 

      Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Lynch, Johanna (Chapter, 2019)
    • Creating chronicity 

      Kirkengen, Anna Luise (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      An authentic sickness history is the vantage point for juxtaposing a biomedical and a biographical-phenomenological reading. What, in a biomedical framework, appears to be a longstanding state of comorbidity of different ...
    • Does ‘existential unease’ predict adult multimorbidity? Analytical cohort study on embodiment based on the Norwegian HUNT population 

      Tomasdottir, Margret Olafia; Sigurdsson, Johann Agust; Petursson, Halfdan; Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Nilsen, Tom Ivar Lund; Hetlevik, Irene; Getz, Linn Okkenhaug (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Objectives: Multimorbidity is prevalent, and knowledge regarding its aetiology is limited. The general pathogenic impact of adverse life experiences, comprising a wide-ranging typology, is well documented and coherent with ...
    • En syk kilde 

      Kirkengen, Anna Luise (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      «A well» er ifølge ordboken både en bølge, en kilde, en brønn og en beholder i bunnen av et rom, en bygning, et skip. Ordet bør her forstås så vel konkret som symbolsk og metaforisk og assosieres med både medisinsk historie ...
    • Knowing patients as persons: Senior and Junior GPs explore a professional resource 

      Mjølstad, Bente Prytz; Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Getz, Linn; Hetlevik, Irene (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      As part of a research project exploring inter-professional communication in Norwegian healthcare, junior and senior general practitioners (GPs) participated in focus group interviews regarding the medical relevance of ...
    • Leadership practice as interaction in primary care emergency team training 

      Brandstorp, Helen; Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Sterud, Birgitte; Haugland, Bjørgun; Halvorsen, Peder Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      The present study, framed as critical action research, aimed at contributing to the improvement of training emergency teams in primary care. The first author was a participating observer in local simulation sessions performed ...
    • Primary care emergency team training in situ means learning in real context 

      Brandstorp, Helen; Halvorsen, Peder Andreas; Sterud, Birgitte; Haugland, Bjørgun; Kirkengen, Anna Luise (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Objective: The purpose of our study was to explore the local learning processes and to improve in situ team training in the primary care emergency teams with a focus on interaction. Design, setting and subjects: As ...
    • Self Reported Childhood Difficulties, Adult Multimorbidity and Allostatic Load. A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Norwegian HUNT Study 

      Tomasdottir, Margret Olafia; Sigurdsson, Johann Agust; Petursson, Halfdan; Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Krokstad, Steinar; McEwen, Bruce; Hetlevik, Irene; Getz, Linn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Background: Multimorbidity receives increasing scientific attention. So does the detrimental health impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACE). Aetiological pathways from ACE to complex disease burdens are under ...
    • Standardization meets stories: contrasting perspectives on the needs of frail individuals at a rehabilitation unit 

      Mjølstad, Bente Prytz,; Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Getz, Linn; Hetlevik, Irene (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Background: Repeated encounters over time enable general practitioners (GPs) to accumulate biomedical and biographical knowledge about their patients. A growing body of evidence documenting the medical relevance of lifetime ...
    • Training interaction in primary care emergency teams: the role of the patient 

      Brandstorp, Helen; Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Halvorsen, Peder Andreas; Sterud, Birgitte; Haugland, Bjørgun (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    • What Do GPs Actually Know About Their Patients As Persons? 

      Mjølstad, Bente Prytz; Kirkengen, Anna Luise; Getz, Linn; Hetlevik, Irene (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Background and Aims: Life experience and existential circumstances have an impact on health. Within medicine, however, the significance to patient care of person-related, biographical knowledge receives only rudimentary ...