I defended my thesis in Public Health, An intersectional approach in social epidemiology: Understanding health heterogeneity, at the Unit for social epidemiology, Lund University, in 2017. Since then I have worked at the Department of Gender studies and the Medical faculty, LU. Since 2021 I am associate professor (docent) in Public Health.
- Inequalities in health, from an intersectional perspective
- Intimate partner violence
- Alternative knowledge claims in medicine
Current research and teaching
I am now doing research (together with Lena Gunnarsson) on attitudes towards and alternative knowledge claims about the copper IUD and the HPV-vaccine, primarily as these are communicated and discussed in Swedish social media (Forte, 2018-00951). I am also working (together with Anna-Karin Ivert) with a smaller project concerning the implementation of Region Skåne’s regional guidelines on intimate partner violence. Apart from this, I do research on health inequalities using an intersectional perspective.
My teaching is focused on contact surfaces between public health/medicine and gender studies, and on quantitative method.
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