Psychiatry, Religion, and Spirituality: A study on how psychiatrists approach relig topics in Danish psychiatric clinical practice

Cand. mag i religionsvidenskab og antropologi, Ricko Damberg Nissen E-mail: rnissen@health.sdu.dk PhD-projekt: Psychiatry, Religion, and Spirituality: A study on how psychiatrists approach religious/spiritual topics in Danish psychiatric clinical practice (abstract in english) Ricko is expected to defend his project in 2019.

At nærme sig døden – menneskeligt og metodisk: En kvalitativ undersøgelse af kristne og muslimske kræftpatienter i palliative forløb, ved Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg

Religionshistoriker, ph.d., postdoc på Sociologisk Institutet, KU, Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg E-mail: hbb@soc.ku.dk PhD-projekt:  At nærme sig døden – menneskeligt og metodisk: En kvalitativ undersøgelse af kristne og muslimske kræftpatienter i palliative forløb (summary in danish and english) (complete project in danish). Forsvaret i juli, 2017.

Implementation of spiritual care

References about the development of spiritual care in Denmark:  1. Assing Hvidt E, Hansen DG, Ammentorp J, Bjerrum L, Cold S, Gulbrandsen P, et al. Development of the EMAP tool facilitating existential communication between general practitioners and cancer patients. Eur J Gen Pract. 2017:1-8. doi: 10.1080/13814788.2017.1326479 2. Assing Hvidt E, Søndergaard J, Ammentorp J, Bjerrum […]

A Project Study on Meaning-Making Coping

Professor in sociology at the University of Gävle, Fereshteh Ahmadi, and a range of other prominent researchers in the field of meaning-making and coping are conducting a study on existential meaning-making coping in people diagnosed with cancer across eight countries, with several more countries to be involved prospectively. The goal of this international project is […]

Young Adults and Religion in a Global Perspective (YARG)

The research program Young Adults and Religion in a Global Perspective YARG aims at exploring contemporary religiosities, worldviews and values globally. The project has implemented and developed a mixed-method study that is currently conducted in China, India, Israel, Japan, Ghana, Peru, Poland, Russia, Finland and Sweden, USA and Turkey. In addition to assessing contemporary religiosities, […]

Hospice – et levende hus: Analyse af levet liv og omsorg på hospice som bidrag til forståelse af åndelig omsorg

Sygeplejerske, cand.cur., ph.d., lektor på University College Sjælland, Vibeke Steenfeldt Østergaard E-mail: vst@ucsj.dk PhD-projekt: Hospice – et levende hus: Analyse af levet liv og omsorg på hospice som bidrag til forståelse af åndelig omsorg (summary in danish and english) (complete project in danish). Forskerskolen i Livslang Læring, Institut for Psykologi og Uddannelsesforskning, Roskilde Universitet. Forsvaret i april 2013. […]

The personal in the professional in end of life care 2012 – 2015

Kjetil Moen, PhD E-mail: kjetil.moen@uis.no Assistant professor at Institute of Health Science, University of Stavanger Ph.d.-projekt:”The personal in the professional in end of life care.” (Defended 2016) Abstract

Spiritual care in dementia nursing

Liv Skomakerstuen Ødbehr, PhD Email: liv.odbehr@inn.no PhD-project: “Spiritual care in dementia nursing. A qualitative, exploratory study.” Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. Institute of Health and Society Department of Nursing Science. Defended December 2015. Abstract. Publications.  

The significance of Religiousness in coping with Psychosis

Hilde Hanevik, PhD E-mail: hildehanevik@icloud.com PhD-project: “The significance of Religiousness in coping with Psychosis. A qualitative study.” Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo. Defended August 2016. Abstract

The illness experiences of older people with incurable cancer in specialized palliative health care contexts

Sigrid Helene Kjørven Haug, PhD E-mail: Sigrid.Helene.K.Haug@sykehuset-innlandet.no PhD-project: ”The illness experiences of older people with incurable cancer in specialized palliative health care contexts. A qualitative study in clinical psychology of religion of the interactions between daily living and existential meaning–making.” Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norwegian School of Theology. Defended October 2015. Abstract Publications