Ann-Kristin Olsson

Clinical Medical Science

Ann-Kristin Olsson

Title

Reg Nurse, Perfusionist, doctoral student in medical science

Department/unit

School of Health Science
Blekinge Institute of Technology
School of Health Science
SE-371 79 Karlskrona
Sweden
Phone: +46 455/385496

Email: ann-kristin.olsson@bth.se

Title of Thesis work

Effects of cardiopulmonary bypass on hemostatic function

Overall aim of the thesis

Studies will increase the knowledge about disorders of hemostatic mechanisms associated with cardiac surgery and may have implications for clinical management.

Dissertation plan and preliminary time schedule

2011 - 2016

Main supervisor

Name: Sören Berg
Title: MD, PhD
Affiliation: Dept of Cardiovascular medicine, faculty of Health Sciences, Linköping
E-mail: soren.berg@liu.se

Assistant supervisors

Name: Erik Håkansson
Title:
MD, PhD
Affiliation:
Dept of Cardiovascular medicine, faculty of Health Sciences, Linköping University, Sweden
E-mail:
erik.hakansson@liu.se

Name: Joakim Alfredsson
Title: MD, PhD
Affiliation: Dept of Cardiovascular medicine, faculty of Health Sciences, Linköping
E-mail: joakim.alfredsson@liu.se

Name: Rolf Svedjeholm
Title: Professor
Affiliation: Dept of Cardiovascular medicine, faculty of Health Sciences, Linköping
E-mail: rolf.svedjeholm@liu.se

Name: Johan Berglund
Title: Professor
Affiliation: Blekinge Institute of Technology, School of Health Science, SE-371 79 Karlskrona, Sweden
E-mail: johan.berglund@bth.se

Financing and affiliations

Employed as a PhD-student at School of Health Science

Networks

I am a member of:

SWESECT, Swedish Society of Extra Corporeal Technology

SCANSECT, The Scandinavian Society of ExtraCorporel Technology

Professional background/interests

I graduated as a reg. nurse in 1988 and worked in the Medical department in Karlskrona until January 1997. Then I started to work in the cardiothoracic clinic, which was newly started in Karlskrona. After working on the cardiothoracic ward, I graduated from specialist training in intensive care and shortly after I graduated from specialist training in anesthesia. I worked in the Thoracic Intensive Care unit for 1 year and started as a anesthetic nurse in 2001. 2005 I was offered the opportunity to educate myself as a perfusionist. The education is located in Aarhus, Denmark, and generates a Masters in Cardio Vascular Technology. During my employment in the thoracic clinic, I have worked with clinical trials and have been responsible of coordinating the research in the clinic. The 1st of October 2010 I began my employment (50%) as a project assistant in BTH, School of Health Science  and was admitted as PhD-student in Linköping on the 13th of April.

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