LECTURERDiagnostics, Acute and Critical
About Johan Nilsson
MSN, CCRN, PHRN, Doctoral student
Assistant Course Coordinator at the Postgraduate Programme in Specialist Nursing - Intensive Care
Lecturer in Nursing with Specialization in Intensive Care
Postgraduate Diploma in Specialist Nursing - Intensive Care & Prehospital Care / Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Nursing Science
Current position and affiliations
Johan is a Lecturer in Nursing with specialization in Intensive Care, Assistant Course Coordinator at the Postgraduate Programme – Intensive Care, and Doctoral student at the Institute of Health and Care Sicences, Sahlgrenska Academy. He holds a dual Postgraduate diploma in Specialist Nursing – Intensive & Prehospital Care, and a Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Nursing Sciences.
Johan has long-standing clinical experience of pediatric and adult somatic intensive care, prehospital care, as well as acute somatic and psychiatric care. He teaches and supervises degree projects at first and second cycle, and holds a pedagogical portfolio which includes, among other subjects; respiratory failure in intensive care, postoperative care in an intensive care context, Mobile Intensive Care consultations and Outreach projects, arrhythmias, acid-base and blood-gas interpretation as well as medical simulation.
He is one of the acting Coordinators for the internationalizations and collaborations network Nordinnett, as well as a board member and Treasurer at Tau Omega Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Research & Research Groups
The ongoing doctoral project is a collaboration project between the Institute of Health and Care Sciences at Sahlgrenska Academy, and the vascular surgery department at Sahlgrenska University Hospital. The project aims to investigate aspects of health and illness during diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of patients diagnosed with abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Johan is part of the Vascular Surgery Research Group at the Institute of Medicine, as well as the Acute and Critical Care Team (ACCT) Research Group at the Institute of Health and Care Sciences.