Pernilla Omérov

Institutionen för vårdvetenskap

Titel: Lektor, programansvarig för psykiatrisk vård avancerad nivå

Telefon: 076-636 50 51

E-post: pernilla.omerov@mchs.se

Adress: Marie Cederschiöld högskola, Box 11189, 100 61 Stockholm
Besöksadress: Folkungagatan 127

Forskningsområde

Pernilla Omérov disputerade vid Karolinska Institutet 2014 med avhandlingen ”Parents that have lost a son or daugther through suicide – towards improved care and restored psychological health”. Hennes forskningsområden är främst relaterade till suicid- post och prevention med inriktning på klinisk praxis. Hon är också intresserad av metodutveckling

Akademiska meriter & examen

2014 Medicine doktor
2005 Medicine magister
2004 Specialistsjuksköterskeexamen inom psykiatrisk vård
1995 Leg SSK

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Viktoria Wallin, Elisabet Mattsson, Pernilla Omerov, Anna Klarare (2022). Caring for patients with eating deficiencies in palliative care—Registered nurses' experiences: A qualitative study
Viktoria Wallin, Pernilla Omerov, Elisabet Mattsson, Anna Klarare (2021). Experiences of food and mealtime from the perspective of patients with chronic life-limiting disease: a mixed-method systematic review
Pernilla Omerov, Åsa Kneck, Lina Karlsson, Agneta Cronqvist, Jennifer Bullington (2020). To Identify and Support Youths Who Struggle with Living-Nurses' Suicide Prevention in Psychiatric Outpatient Care
Joachim Eckerström, Emelie Allenius, Marjolein Helleman, Lena Flyckt, Kent-Inge Perseius, Pernilla Omérov (2019). Brief admission (BA) for patients with emotional instability and self-harm: nurses' perspectives - person-centred care in clinical practice.
Jennifer Bullington, Mona Söderlund, Elisabeth Bos Sparén, Åsa Kneck, Pernilla Omérov, Agneta Cronqvist (2019). Communication skills in nursing: A phenomenologically-based communication training approach
Pernilla Omerov, Åsa Gransjön Craftman, Elisabet Mattsson, Anna Klarare (2019). Homeless persons' experiences of health- and social care: A systematic integrative review
Pernilla Omerov, David Titelman, Ullakarin Nyberg (2018). Population-Based Surveys That Include Suicide-Bereaved Family Members: Ethical and Methodological Considerations
Pernilla Omerov, Rossana Pettersen, David Titelman, Tommy Nyberg, Gunnar Steineck, Atle Dyregrov, Ullakarin Nyberg (2017). Encountering the Body at the Site of the Suicide: A Population-Based Survey in Sweden.
Tommy Nyberg, Ida Hed Myrberg, Pernilla Omerov, Gunnar Steineck, Ullakarin Nyberg (2016). Depression among Parents Two to Six Years Following the Loss of a Child by Suicide: A Novel Prediction Model
Rossana Pettersen, Pernilla Omerov, Gunnar Steineck, David Titelman, Atle Dyregrov, Tommy Nyberg, Ullakarin Nyberg (2015). Lack of Trust in the Health-Care System After Losing a Child to Suicide: A Nationwide Population Survey
Pernilla Larsson Omerov (2014). Parents who have lost a son or daughter through suicide: towards improved care and restored psychological health
Rossana Pettersen, Pernilla Omerov, Gunnar Steineck, Atle Dyregrov, David Titelman, Kari Dyregrov, Ullakarin Nyberg (2014). Suicide-Bereaved Siblings' Perception of Health Services.
Pernilla Omerov, Gunnar Steineck, Kari Dyregrov, Bo Runeson, Ullakarin Nyberg (2014). The ethics of doing nothing. Suicide-bereavement and research: ethical and methodological considerations
Pernilla Omerov, Gunnar Steineck, Tommy Nyberg, Bo Runeson, Ullakarin Nyberg (2014). Viewing the body after bereavement due to suicide: a population-based survey in Sweden
Pernilla Omerov, Gunnar Steineck, Bo Runeson, Anna Christensson, Ulrika Kreicbergs, Rossana Pettersén, Birgitta Rubenson, Johanna Skoogh, Ingela Rådestad, Ullakarin Nyberg (2013). Preparatory studies to a population-based survey of suicide-bereaved parents in Sweden
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Pernilla Omerov, Gunnar Steineck, Tommy Nyberg, Bo Runeson, Ullakarin Nyberg (2013). Psychological morbidity among suicide-bereaved and non-bereaved parents: a nationwide population survey
A Björkdahl, U Nyberg, B Runeson, Pernilla Omérov (2011). The development of the Suicidal Patient Observation Chart (SPOC): Delphi study
Johanna Skoogh, N Ylitalo, Pernilla Omerov, A Hauksdóttir, U Nyberg, U Wilderäng, B Johansson, M Gatz, Gunnar Steineck (2010). 'A no means no': Measuring depression using a single-item question versus Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS-D).
Pernilla Larsson (Omerov), Sonia Nilsson, Bo Runeson, Barbro Gustafsson (2007). Psychiatric nursing care of suicidal patients described by the Sympathy-Acceptance-Understanding-Competence model for confirming nursing

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