About this person
Benedicte Carlsen is a research leader and a research professor. She has a master in social anthropology from the University of Bergen (UoB), and a PhD in health services research from the Faculty of Medicine, UoB. She has extensive experience with cross-disciplinary research, especially within studies of interaction between primary and secondary health care services, consequenses of health reforms, science communication, and implementation of different types of knowledge in professional practice. Carlsen has carried out research into the medical practitioner’s confidence in health authorities and evidence based clinical guidelines, patients’ and practitioners’ views on shared decision making in medical consultations, about implementation of vaccination, as well as researchers’ experiences of interaction with the media. Carlsen has also conducted studies within development of qualitative research methodology, such as qualitative meta-studies and is currently developing systems for communication of findings from such studies for decision makers.
- Carlsen, Benedicte; Lundberg, Kjetil ”If it weren´t for me…”: Perspectives of family carers of older people receiving professional care. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 2017.
- Bjørkdahl, Kristian; Carlsen, Benedicte Fear of the Fear of the Flu: Assumptions About Media Effects in the 2009 Pandemic.Science communication 2017 ; Volume 39 (3). s. 358-381
- Carlsen, Benedicte; Riese, Hanne High stakes : an interview study of researchers' motivations for and experiences of being interviewed by journalists. Nordicom Review 2016 ; Volume 37 (1). s. 85-99
- Carlsen, Benedicte; Glenton, Claire The swine flu vaccine, public attitudes, and researcher interpretations: a systematic review of qualitative research..BMC Health Services Research 2016 ; Volume 16 (1). s. 1-15
- Lewin, Simon; Glenton, Claire; Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies; Carlsen, Benedicte; Colvin, Christopher J.; Gulmezoglu, Metin; Noyes, Jane; Booth, Andrew; Garside, Ruth; Rashidian, Arash Using Qualitative Evidence in Decision Making for Health and Social Interventions: An Approach to Assess Confidence in Findings from Qualitative Evidence Syntheses (GRADE-CERQual).PLoS Medicine 2015 ; Volume 12 (10).
- Carlsen, Benedicte Why are primary care physicians avoiding rationing decisions and what can be done about it? The case of Norway. I: Decision Making in Medicine and Health Care. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2007 ISBN 1-60021-870-9..
- Carlsen, Benedicte; Nyborg, Karine Healer or Gatekeeper? Physicians' Role Conflict When Symptoms Are Non-Verifiable. IZA Institute of Labor Economics 2017. 31 pages IZA Discussion Papers(No. 10735)
- Carlsen, Benedicte; Nyborg, Karine The Gate is Open: Primary Care Physicians as Social Security Gatekeepers. Department of Economics, University of Oslo 2009. 26 pages Memorandum from Department of Economics, University of Oslo(07)
- Carlsen, Benedicte The changing role of gatekeepers: Rationing and shared decision-making in primary care. Universitetet i Bergen 2006. (ISBN 82-308-0146-0) 120 pages
- Norheim, Ole Frithjof; Carlsen, Benedicte Legens doble rolle som advokat og portvakt i Fastlegeordningen Evaluering av fastlegeordningen. Rokkansenteret 2003. 23 pages Rokkansenteret Working Papers(19)
- Carlsen, Benedicte Forskere blir ikke skremt av dårlige erfaringer med medier. 2016.
- Carlsen, Benedicte Hva kjennetegner en god forskningsrådssøknad. 2015.
- Carlsen, Benedicte Pårørenderollen i eldreomsorgen. 2015.
- Carlsen, Benedicte; Monstad, Karin Samhandlingsreformens konsekvenser for eldre: Pasientrettigheter, pårørende og koordinering av tjenester. 2015.
- Carlsen, Benedicte Pasienten har for mye makt i norsk helsevesen.. 2015.
Prioritizing health care tension and interplay between legal, political, economic and perspective - 229141/H10Dec. 1, 2013 - Nov. 30, 2017 | Uni Research Rokkan Centre
Science Communication: Actions and reactions on the 2009 swine flu outbreakDec. 1, 2013 - Nov. 30, 2017 | Uni Research Rokkan Centre
The role of the GP for health, welfare and working participation among patients with depressionSept. 1, 2016 | Uni Research Rokkan Centre