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Camilla Warnicke

Position: Affiliated Researcher School/office: School of Behavioural, Social and Legal Sciences

Email: Y2FtaWxsYS53YXJuaWNrZTtvcnUuc2U=

Phone: 46 019 6025894

Room: USÖ S-huset

Camilla Warnicke
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About Camilla Warnicke

Camilla Warnicke is Associate professor, affiliated with Social Work. She works at Region Örebro County as a researcher and trainer at the Sign Language Interpreter and Deaf-Blind Interpreter Education. In addition to research, Camilla works part-time at the Grants Office (RÖL) as a research funding advisor.

Camilla Warnicke is an authorized interpreter between Swedish and Swedish Sign Language (STS).



Camilla Warnicke's research focuses on social equality, participation and interaction between people and between people and society. Her research is primarily related to interpretation between Swedish and Swedish Sign Language (STS), deaf people and people with deafblindness.



Camilla Warnicke supervises theses and teaches at basic, advanced, postgraduate and doctoral level. She has been teaching since 2007 at the Sign Language and Deaf-Blind Interpreter Education in Örebro (Fellingsbro Folk High School).

She gives lectures on research funding for researchers and doctoral students at Region Örebro, and supervise PBL-groups at the Medical Program.

She is responsible for and gives courses in Remote interpretating for all of Sweden's sign language interpreter training courses and is regularly employed as a course leader and lecturer at the bachelor's program in sign language and interpretation at Stockholm University.



Camilla Warnicke is assistant supervisor to Charlotte Ryman, doctoral student at the Department of Health Sciences at Örebro University.


Collaborations and assignments

Camilla Warnicke has several research projects, among other things she researches interaction during mediated calls via Video Relay Service (VRS). The VRS enables remote calls at between people who use Swedish sign language who use a video telephone and people who use spoken Swedish and use a telephone, and vice versa. An interpreter mediates the conversation. In her thesis project, Camilla Warnicke investigated the interaction between the participants in VRS. After her defense, Camilla Warnicke has continued with this research by using Conversation Analysis (CA) to analyze how interpreters at the service use different types of resources during the interaction. In projects related to this research, collaboration takes place with IKK; Linköping University.


Current assignments

Camilla Warnicke works as a researcher in several projects:

Remote interpreting between a spoken and a signed language (ReS) a project at Region Örebro County

Social equality and road safety - a preliminary study on disability and vision zero a collaboration between Region Örebro County and Örebro University funded by the Swedish Transport Administration

Better communication in individuals with congential deafblindness (BeCom) a Forte-funded project in collaboration with Linköping University

Specialized water dance intervention for people with multiple disabilities (SVAN) a project at Region Örebro County

Health literacy within cancer care, a doctoral project at Region Örebro County

Camilla Warnicke is employed as a referee-examiner in scientific journals related to interaction, interpretation and sign language.


Completed missions

Camilla Warnicke has had assignments in collaboration with the National Knowledge Center for Deafblind Issues (Nkcdb) related to interventions for people with deafblindness


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Articles in journals

Articles, reviews/surveys

Chapters in books

Conference papers

Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries