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Lis Sjöberg

Title: Lecturer School/office: School of Health Sciences

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Phone: +46 19 303585

Room: P2123

Lis Sjöberg
Research subject Research environments

About Lis Sjöberg

Lis Sjöberg has been a lecturer in occupational therapy since 2012. She has a master's degree in occupational therapy from Örebro University. Lis has been employed at Örebro University since 2012 and previously worked as a registered occupational therapist at the University Hospital in Örebro, where she for 6 years was adjunct to Örebro University as a clinical lecturer in occupational therapy. Since 2014, Lis has been the programme coordinator for the Occupational Therapy program.

Research

Lis was admitted to postgraduate studies at Örebro University in 2014, in the subject Medical Science, specialization in Healthcare Sciences. The main supervisor is Professor Liselotte Hermansson, co-supervisor is Carin Fredriksson, PhD, and Helen Lindner, PhD. Lis' research domain is children with congenital limb reduction deficiencies, early interventions and outcomes, from a patient and family perspective. The research questions have their origins in clinical experiences. The research is often conducted in collaboration with the Limb Deficiency and Arm Prosthesis Centre at the University Hospital, Örebro (USÖ) and the Swedish association for children with limb deficiencies and their families

Lis is part of the research environment Research Enabling an Active Life (REAL) and the research team Treatment in Upper and lower limb Malformation or Amputation (TUMA) 

Teaching

In her assignment as programme coordinator Lis has an overall responsibility for the content and education pedagogy of the Occupational Therapy program. In addition, she is a course director and teaching within the program. Her teaching is mainly in professional development with areas such as occupational therapy for children and professional treatment. She also supervises thesis at the undergraduate level in the subject of occupational therapy. 

Publications

Articles in journals |  Conference papers |  Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries |  Manuscripts | 

Articles in journals

Conference papers

Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries

Manuscripts