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Marie Hasselberg

Karolinska Institute
Visiting scholar:
  • 2012 and earlier
  • 2016 Second Semester
  • 2017 First Semester

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Apart from making important contributions to morbidity and mortality world-wide (WHO), injuries as a health problem have special characteristics (Byass et al. 2013). Some mechanisms of injury, such as...
In resource-poor settings, poor and marginalised populations have little access to burn injury emergency care, which is crucial to achieve the best possible clinical outcomes. The mHealth system developed...
In the context of a collaboration between Stellenbosch University (SUN) and Karolinska Institutet (KI) the project aims to facilitate the diagnosis and care of burns patients in resource poor areas, building...

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Hasselberg, Marie, Netta Beer, Lisa Blom, Lee A. Wallis, and Lucie Laflamme. 2014. Image-Based Medical Expert Teleconsultation in Acute Care of Injuries. A Systematic Review of Effects on Information Accuracy, Diagnostic Validity, Clinical Outcome, and User Satisfaction. PLoS ONE 9 (6). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098539.

Journal Article

Boissin, Constance, Lucie Laflamme, Lee Wallis, Julian Fleming, and Marie Hasselberg. 2015. Photograph-Based Diagnosis of Burns in Patients with Dark-Skin Types: The Importance of Case and Assessor Characteristics. Burns 41(6):1253–60.

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Boissin, Constance, Julian Fleming, Lee Wallis, Marie Hasselberg, and Lucie Laflamme. 2015. Can We Trust the Use of Smartphone Cameras in Clinical Practice? Laypeople Assessment of Their Image Quality. Telemedicine and e-Health 21(11):887–92.

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Wallis, Lee A, Julian Fleming, Marie Hasselberg, Lucie Laflamme, and Johan Lundin. 2016. A Smartphone App and Cloud-Based Consultation System for Burn Injury Emergency Care. PLOS ONE 11(2):e0147253.

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Wallis, Lee, Marie Hasselberg, Catharina Barkman, Isaac Bogoch, Sean Broomhead, Guy Dumont, Johann Groenewald, Johan Lundin, Johan Norell Bergendahl, Peter Nyasulu, Maud Olofsson, Lars Weinehall and Lucie Laflamme. 2017. A roadmap for the implementation of mHealth innovations for image-based diagnostic support in clinical and public-health settings: a focus on front-line health workers and health-system organizations. Global Health Action, 10(sup3), 1340254.

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Hasselberg, Marie, Lee Wallis, Paul Blessing and Lucie Laflamme. 2017. A smartphone-based consultation system for acute burns – methodological challenges related to follow-up of the system. Global Health Action, 10(sup3), 1328168.


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