Milla Rosenlund

Milla Rosenlund
University of Eastern Finland | UEF · Department of Health and Social Management

Master of Health Sciences Master of Social Sciences


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I currently work as a project researcher for PROSHADE-project at the University of Eastern Finland. The aim of the PROSHADE is to make research on promoting the use of evidence and information as well as practice of shared decision making. The project also aims to develop digital tools for information sharing and shared decision making. I'm doing myös PhD-research at the project concentrating on shared decision making in healthcare among both patients/citizens and healtcare professionals
September 2016 - November 2019
University of Eastern Finland
Field of study
  • Health and Human Services Informatics
September 1994 - May 2001
University of Helsinki
Field of study
  • Social Sciences: Economics, Political Science, Communication Studies


Publications (5)
Objective: This scoping review will explore the meaning and content of patient-generated data in epilepsy care decisions. Introduction: Clinical decisions about management of long-term conditions such as epilepsy are based on multiple factors, including efficacy and safety of interventions, experiences of professionals as well as patient prefere...
The purpose of this study was to assess the project management of a national health information technology project focused on developing digital health care services. An e-questionnaire was sent at the end of the development project, and 93 experts (18%) from five university hospitals responded. The questionnaire was based on the Common Assessment...
Information quality has an important role in health care as digital services provide patients and healthcare professionals more opportunities for searching and utilising information. Information quality is one of the key factors affecting user satisfaction, perception of digital service usability and intention to use the service. The conceptual fra...
Healthcare professionals play a key role in supporting self-care among patients and clients. Their attitudes and behaviors may influence a patient's capacity to use electronic services (e-services) and may increase patients' trust toward a technical solution. The technology acceptance model explains information systems use and the important variabl...
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Lähivuosien sosiaali- ja terveydenhuollon palvelujen sähköistämisen yhtenä tarkoituksena on tukea kansalaisen aktiivisempaa otetta oman hyvinvointinsa ylläpitämiseksi ja edistämiseksi. Uudet teknologiat ja palvelujen sähköistäminen voivat kuitenkin aiheuttaa eriarvoistumista väestöryhmien välillä, sillä esimerkiksi ikääntyneiden valmiudet sähköiste...


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