Affiliated to EducationDepartment of Clinical
About Joanne Fuller
About Joanne Fuller Joanne was awarded a PhD degree at Sydney University, Australia in 2015. She is a registered pharmacist in Sweden and holds a Masters in Pharmaceutical Science from Uppsala University, Sweden with a major in Pharmacotherapy. Following the award of her PhD, she undertook a post-doctoral collaborative position at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research (WIMR), Sydney. Subsequently, she returned to Sweden and completed a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) with health economics from Gothenburg University, Sweden. She now works as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Health and Care Sciences and the University of Gothenburg Centre for Person-Centred Care - GPCC (www.gpcc.gu.se).
Research Joanne Fuller's research focuses on person-centred care (PCC) and the patient’s perspective of medicine taking and medicines’ burden.
Integrating Health Promotion with and for Older People - eHealth (IHOPe) – Evaluating remote integrated person-centred care - Protocol of a randomised controlled trial with effectiveness, health economic, and process
Zahra Ebrahimi, Emmelie Barenfeld, Hanna Gyllensten, Patricia Olaya-Contreras, Andreas Fors, Eva Fredholm, Joanne M. Fuller, Mahboubeh Goudarzi, Birgitta Krantz, Karl Swedberg, Inger Ekman
BMC Geriatrics - 2023
Commentary: how person-centred is pharmaceutical
Meaningful use of a digital platform and structured telephone support to facilitate remote person-centred care - a mixed-method study on patient
Why do patients struggle with their medicines?-A phenomenological hermeneutical study of how patients experience medicines in their everyday