All publications

Competence center for lived experience and service development – KBTs employees have contributed to numerous research projects, articles, booklets and books. Below, you will find a collection of our publications (some are in Norwegian). See User Interviews User-reports for a list of all published User Interviews User-evaluations, and concluded projects for a more thorough description…

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Books and book chapters

2019 Høiseth, J. R. (2019). Medforskerrollen – i spenningsfeltet mellom anerkjennelse, kooptering og “tokenisme”. O. P. Askheim, I. M. Lid, S. Østensjø (Red.), Samproduksjon i forskning (s. 214-228). Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. 2017 Pedersen, R., Norvoll, R. & Bjørgen, D. (2017). Pasientens perspektiv i psykiske helsetjenester. R. Pedersen & P. Nortvedt (Eds.), Etikk i psykiske helsetjenester (s. 91-116).…

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Service user involvement for adults

Competence center for lived experience and service development (KBT) is aiming to emphasize user involvement in health services and hospitals. What is it about? Pasient- og brukerrettighetsloven [The Patiens’ Rights Act] promises rights for users of health services, and states in § 3-1 that: The patient is entitled to participate in the implementation of his…

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Service user involvement for children and youth

There is increasing focus on the importance of the service user perspective in developing health services. Children and adolescents have previously had little involvement in this process, and been underestimated for the benefit of observing adults like parents or professionals. Competence center for lived experience and service development (KBT) thinks it’s important to raise these…

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User Interviews User evaluation – Ålesund municipality

The services being evaluated in Ålesund was Psykisk helseteam (Mental health team), manned apartments for people with mental health issues, DPS Vegsund, and DPS Sjøholt. Ålesund was facing a series of challenges concering accessibility, information and communication in its services. Service users should receive support and guidance in making decisions regarding their treatment. Service user…

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