Doctoral StudentThe Life Context and Health
About Elin Siira
Elin Siira is a doctoral student at the Institute of Health and Care sciences with a great interest in care and aging. Elin has a bachelor's and a masters' degree in Sociology from Umeå University.
Elin's research revolves around innovative solutions in elderly care and explores contested areas such as informal/formal care as well as the relationship between care and technique. The name of the research project is "Prerequisites for peer-to-peer support for elderly persons perceiving involuntary loneliness: The Health-Sharing Co-operative (HSC)". Main supervisor is Axel Wolf.
Ederly care, innovation, peer-to-peer, loneliness
Co-production of Peer-to-Peer Care Practices: The Case of a Social Innovation in Elderly
Care Practices Among Older People: Collective Constitutions On The Boundaries Between Formal/Informal
Person-centered care and peer-to-peer care practices among older
Beyond the definition of formal care: Informal care arrangements among older swedes who are not
Hur förstås och motarbetas ojämlikheter inom vård och hälsa i dagens omvårdnadsforskning? En litteraturöversikt och diskussion kring användningen av intersektionell analys inom
What can intersectionality do for nursing and nursing for intersectionality? A review and
Mutual care among older
Peer-to-peer support between older people: Care as an everyday
Ylva Bladh, Linda Lotare, Nea Mellberg, Gunilla Nordenfors, Elin Siira