Marie Elf
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Sustainability in nursing: a concept analysis
A AnAaker, M Elf
Scandinavian journal of caring sciences 28 (2), 381-389, 2014
1942014
Shared decision making in designing new healthcare environments—time to begin improving quality
M Elf, P Fröst, G Lindahl, H Wijk
BMC health services research 15 (1), 1-7, 2015
952015
Oral health and quality of life among patients with head and neck cancer or haematological malignancies
KE Öhrn, PO Sjödén, YB Wahlin, M Elf
Supportive care in cancer 9 (7), 528-538, 2001
802001
Nurses’ perceptions of climate and environmental issues: A qualitative study.
A Anåker, M Nilsson, Å Rocklöv, M Elf
Journal of Advanced Nursing 71 (88), 1883-1891, 2015
652015
The case of value-based healthcare for people living with complex long-term conditions
M Elf, M Flink, M Nilsson, M Tistad, L von Koch, C Ytterberg
BMC Health Services Research 17 (1), 1-6, 2017
602017
Satisfaction with information and quality of life in patients undergoing chemotherapy for cancer: the role of individual differences in information preference
M Elf, K Wikblad
Cancer nursing 24 (5), 351-356, 2001
482001
A systematic review of the psychometric properties of instruments for assessing the quality of the physical environment in healthcare
M Elf, S Nordin, H Wijk, KJ Mckee
Journal of Advanced Nursing 73 (12), 2796-2816, 2017
452017
Self-reported fatigue and associated factors six years after stroke
M Elf, G Eriksson, S Johansson, L von Koch, C Ytterberg
PLoS One 11 (8), e0161942, 2016
442016
The physical environment, activity and interaction in residential care facilities for older people: a comparative case study
S Nordin, K McKee, M Wallinder, L von Koch, H Wijk, M Elf
Scandinavian journal of caring sciences 31 (4), 727-738, 2017
392017
Design quality in the context of healthcare environments: a scoping review
A Anåker, A Heylighen, S Nordin, M Elf
HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal 10 (4), 136-150, 2017
332017
Using system dynamics for collaborative design: a case study
M Elf, M Putilova, L von Koch, K Öhrn
BMC Health Services Research 7 (1), 1-12, 2007
272007
A dynamic conceptual model of care planning
M Elf, M Poutilova, K Öhrn
Scandinavian journal of caring sciences 21 (4), 530-538, 2007
262007
Assessing the physical environment of older people’s residential care facilities: development of the Swedish version of the Sheffield Care Environment Assessment Matrix (S-SCEAM)
S Nordin, M Elf, K McKee, H Wijk
BMC geriatrics 15 (1), 1-11, 2015
242015
An audit of the content and quality in briefs for Swedish healthcare spaces
M Elf, I Malmqvist
Journal of Facilities Management, 2009
24*2009
An assessment of briefs used for designing healthcare environments: a survey in Sweden
M Elf, M Svedbo Engström, H Wijk
Construction Management and Economics 30 (10), 835-844, 2012
232012
Implementation of open educational resources in a nursing programme: experiences and reflections
M Elf, E Ossiannilsson, M Neljesjö, M Jansson
Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning 30 (3), 252-266, 2015
222015
“It’s lonely”: Patients’ experiences of the physical environment at a newly built stroke unit
A Anåker, L von Koch, A Heylighen, M Elf
HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal 12 (3), 141-152, 2019
192019
A comparative study of patients’ activities and interactions in a stroke unit before and after reconstruction—The significance of the built environment
A Anåker, L von Koch, C Sjöstrand, J Bernhardt, M Elf
PLoS One 12 (7), e0177477, 2017
192017
The association between the physical environment and the well‐being of older people in residential care facilities: A multilevel analysis
S Nordin, K McKee, H Wijk, M Elf
Journal of Advanced Nursing 73 (12), 2942-2952, 2017
182017
Questioning context: a set of interdisciplinary questions for investigating contextual factors affecting health decision making
A Charise, H Witteman, S Whyte, EJ Sutton, JL Bender, M Massimi, ...
Health Expectations 14 (2), 115-132, 2011
172011
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