CESAR group welcomes Rose-Marie Isaksson as new member in the network


Rose-Marie Isaksson is a registered nurse and PhD. She works at the department of research and development at the Norrbotten County Council, but also since 2013 as a visiting lecturer in Linköping at the Institution for Medicine and Health.
Rose-Marie received her PhD at the Department of Nursing and the Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine at Umeå university in april 2011. The title of the thesis was “Symptoms, prehospital delay and long-term survival in men vs. women with myocardial infarction – a combined register and qualitative study”. Since 2014 she is one of the members in the researchgroup SymTime, a multicenter observational study where STEMI and NSTEMI patients from the north parts and southeast parts of Sweden answer a questionnaire about their symptoms and actions in the prehospital phase. The study has the base in Linköping.
Her major interest goes out to symptoms, prehospital actions and gender in myocardial infarction and other heart diseases in the cardiovascular care area. She is also interested in cardiovascular epidemiology, life style and different ethical aspects in care.