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Dosent
Ingrid Tjoflåt { "honorific-suffix": "Dosent", "fn": "Ingrid Tjoflåt", "tel": "Telefon: 51834171", "email": "ingrid.tjoflat@uis.no" }

Avdeling/enhet Det helsevitenskapelige fakultet
Institutt/senter Det helsevitenskapelige fakultet
Rom KA A-235

Forskningsområder

  • Building clinical practice in different international settings
  • Health in Humanitarian Emergencies

Utvalgte publikasjoner

  1. Tjoflät I., Karlsen B.: Building clinical practice in the Palestine Red Crescent operation theatres in Lebanon: reflections from the perspective of an expatriate nurse, International Nursing Review , December 2013, Volume 60, issue 4 ( 545-549), DOI:1111/inr.12054 
  2. Tjoflät I., Karlsen B.:Challenges in sharing knowledge; reflections from an expatriate nurse working in a hospital in South Sudan, International Nursing Review, December 2012, Volume 59, issue 4 ( 489 -493) , DOI: 10.1111/j.1466-7657.2012.01020.x 
  3. Tjoflät I.: Practice studies in the nursing education , Sykepleien 8, June 21, 2012 ( Norwegian Article)
  4. Hossam Elsharkawi, Hakan Sandbladh begin, Tammam Aloudat, Andree Girardau, Ingrid Tjoflåt and Cecilia Brunnström: Preparing Humanitarian Workers for Future Disaster Response: A Red Cross Field Training Model, Humanitarian Publication Network, March 2010
  5. Tjoflät I., Bunch Haugen E.:Working in a refugee camp in Macedonia in 1999, Tidskrift for Norsk Sykepleieforskning , March 2007
  6. Tjoflät I. : A new post-graduate education for nurses , Abstract International Journal of Disaster Medicine, Volume 4., 2006 No 1-2
  7. Tjoflät I.: A patient story from a hospital in South Sudan, Abstract in Scand. J. Trauma Med 2005
  8. Tjoflät I.: Nursing practice in war zones , Abstract in Scand J Trauma Med 2002; 10 (2) suppl. 1 ISSN- 0805-6129
  9. Tjoflät I, Hansen H, Drevland W.: The dilemma between the guest role and the expert role in international humanitarian work, Embla no. 5, 2000. (Norwegian article)
  10. Tjoflät I, Bunch Haugen E.: Stress and coping among Norwegian Nurses working in War Zones,Vård i Norden, 1999, 54 (4), ISSN: 0107-4083               
  11. Tjoflät I. :The nurse and culture understanding , Tidskriftet Sykepleien, September 1999  (Norwegian article)
  12. Tjoflät I. : Nursing Practice in War zones and Wisdom Acquired , Vård i Norden, 1997, 17 (4), ISSN 0107 - 4083
  13. Tjoflät I. : A different student practice , Tidsskriftet Sykepleien January 1998 ( Norwegian article)
  14. Tjoflät I. : Experiences from work in areas of conflict, Abstract in the book of Abstracts, European Conference, Traumatic Stress in Emergency Services Peacekeeping Operations & Humanitarian Aid Organizations, University of Sheffield, England, March 1996
  15. Tjoflät I. : Experience from work in war zones , Master Thesis, University of Oslo, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Nursing Science, Publikasjonsserie 2/ 1996, ISSN 0801- 5597

Pågående forskning

Expatriate nurses experiences working together with local nurses in humanitarian missions a qualitative study

Arbeidserfaring

  •  Since 1991 to present extensive experiences in humanitarian work in different war/ conflict zones  for the International Committee of the Red Cross/ Red Cross/ Crescent Movement in Afghanistan, Kenya, Guinea, Lebanon, East- Timor, Iraq, Eritrea, Sierra Leone, Iran and India. Working in different positions as project manager, head nurse, teaching nurse and operating theatre nurse
  • Associate professor in Nursing/ Daily leader Network of Medical Sciences ( 50%), Department of Health Studies, University of Stavanger, 02.05.11- 02.09.12
  • Associate professor in Nursing, Department of Health Studies , University of Stavanger 17.08.09- 17.06.11 . 
  • Assistant professor in nursing, Department of Health Studies , University of Stavanger  02.01.96 -31.12.07
  • Personnel Officer, Mainly working with Emergency Response Unit ( ERU), Norwegian Red Cross May - December 2001
  • Teaching Nurse at the Post Graduate Education in Operation Theatre Nursing, Stavanger Ûniversity hospital  1989 - 1992         
  • Nurse / Operation Theatre Nurse in different wards in Stavanger University hospital 1980 - 1989 /1993- 1995

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner (fra CRISTin)

  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid; Hansen, Britt Sætre (2017). Building resilience in humanitarian hospital programs during protracted conflicts: opportunities and limitations. NetWork/Foncsi; 2017-05-04 - 2017-05-06.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid; Karlsen, Bjørg; Hansen, Britt Sætre (2017). Transcontinental knowledge sharing: Experiences of Malagasy and Norwegian nurse students participating in an exchange program. 2017-10-02 - 2017-10-03.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid; Karlsen, Bjørg; Hansen, Britt Sætre (2016). Promoting nursing care during humanitarian assignments overseas: Experiences from the perspectives of Norwegian nurses. 2016-05-18 - 2016-05-20.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid (2015). Å arbeide sammen med lokale helsearbeidere og andre grupper i en ERU operasjon. 2015-03-07 - 2015-03-08.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid; Urstad, Kristin Hjorthaug; Hansen, Britt Sætre; Bue Tjelta, Åsta Marie (2015). The implementation of Mobile Intensive Team in a hospital medical ward in Norway: A qualitative study. 2015-05-18 - 2015-05-19.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid; Girardau, Andree (2013). Training expatriate health professionals in cross cultural communication during humanitarian emergencies: an experience from the Red Cross (RC). International Council of Nurses ( ICN); 2013-05-18 - 2013-05-23.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid; Karlsen, Bjørg (2013). Building clinical practice in the Palestine Red Crescent operation theatres in Lebanon:reflections from the perspective of an expatriate nurse.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid (2012). Bruker for mye tid på skriftlige læringsmål.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid; Schad, Johannes S. (2012). Trauma management course: an International Committee of the Red Cross experience in Iraq. 2012-06-14 - 2012-06-16.
  • Tjoflåt, Ingrid (2011). Health in Emergencies- Training for disaster response. University of Agder; 2011-10-17 - 2011-10-19.