Associate Professor

Anne Haugstvedt

Field of work

Employed at HIB/HVL since 2004. Near 15 year experience as a nurse /specialist nurse in pediatrics and diabetes at Oslo University Hospital. Education: PhD (University of Bergen, 2012), master in sociology (University of Oslo, 2001), “helsesøster” (Akershus University College, 1995), Bachelor in nursing (Bergen University College, 1986). 

Courses taught

  • Lecturer in the following topics: research methods, statistics, translation and validation of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs), evidence-based practice, clinical audit, empowerment, health service user involvement, health promotion, diabetes in general and diabetes in various phases of the life span (including pediatric diabetes and diabetes in nursing homes).

Research areas

  • The use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in research and national quality registers.
  • Development, testing, and evaluating structured follow-up models with the use of PROMs in clinical practice. 
  • Diabetes and psychosocial aspects in various phases of the life span; 1) adolescents and the use of carbohydrate counting as tool for insulin dosing, 2) sexual health among women with type 1 diabetes, 3) hypoglycaemia in elderly with diabetes receiving home care, 4) the use of the use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) in people with type 2 diabetes. 
  • The implementation of evidence based practice and evidence based guidelines.
  • Diabetes epidemiology.

Research groups