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dr. T.B. Hafsteindottir Assistant Professor

  • Department of Public Health, Healthcare Innovation & Evaluation and Medical Humanities (PHM)
  • Julius Center Research Program Methodology

T.B. Hafsteindottir

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Biography

Dr. Thóra B. Hafsteinsdóttir, PhD, MScN, BSc, RN, is senior researcher at the Department of Nursing Science, Julius Center, University Medical Center Utrecht, Department of Health care for people with chronic illness at the University of Applied Sciences, and at the Department of Nursing Science, Julius Center, University Medical Center Utrecht as well as Professor of Nursing at the Faculty of Nursing, University of Iceland. Dr. Hafsteinsdóttir was born in Iceland, received her Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) in 1984 from the University of Iceland and started her clinical carrier in intensive care nursing. She moved to the Netherlands, received her Master of Science in Nursing in 1994 and her PhD from the University of Utrecht in 2003, entitled Neurodevelopmental treatment in the Early Stage of Stroke. In 2012 she received her Senior Research Qualification: Good Clinical Practice Certification in 2012 and her Senior Teaching Qualification in 2015, both from Faculty of Medicine, University Utrecht. Dr. Hafsteinsdóttir supervises various research and development projects both in the Netherlands, Iceland and international. She serves on numerous international committees, including the organizing committee of the Institute for Global Healthcare Leadership, which will be held in London September 2018. Dr. Hafsteinsdóttir has numerous publications on nursing care and management of patients with stroke and leadership in nursing. She reviews manuscripts for various peer-reviewed international journals and gives lectures nationally and internationally.

Side Activities

  • Dr. Hafsteinsdóttir was elected as a director on the board of directors of the Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) honor society of nursing (Sigma) in 2014 and since November 2015 she is serving for a 4 year term 2015-2019.  Sigma Theta Tau International is an honor society of nursing with more than 135.000 members and has 300 chapters in more than 90 countries worldwide. https://www.sigmanursing.org/why-sigma/about-sigma

    Chair of the Johanna Diepeveen-Speekenbrink Stichting (JDS-Stichting) since 2010.

    Member and board liaison of the editorial board of Journal of Nursing Scholarship of STTI since 2017.

    Dr. Hafsteinsdóttir is the past president of the, Rho Chi at Large Chapter of STTI in the Netherlands. In 2011 she was elected as the first STTI Region Coordinator in Europe and was re-elected in 2013. She serves on numerous international committees, including the organizing committee of the Institute for Global Healthcare Leadership, which will be held in London September 2018.

Research Output (44)

Postdoctoral nursing researcher career:A scoping review of required competences

Numminen Olivia, Virtanen Heli, Hafsteinsdóttir Thóra, Leino-Kilpi Helena, jan 2020, In: Nursing Open. 7 , p. 7-29 23 p.

Postdoctoral Nurses' Experiences With Leadership and Career Development:A Qualitative Study

de Lange Wendela, Kars Marijke C., Poslawsky Irina E., Schuurmans Marieke J., Hafsteinsdóttir Thóra B. 21 okt 2019, In: Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 51 , p. 689-698 10 p.

Development and testing of an analytic rubric for a master's course systematic review of the literature:A cross-sectional study

Gamel Claudia, van Andel Sanne Gratama, de Haan Willemina I, Hafsteinsdóttir Thóra B 12 dec 2018, In: Education for health (Abingdon, England). 31 , p. 72-79 8 p.

Perspectives of parents and nurses on the content validity of the Family Empowerment Scale for parents of children with a chronic condition:A mixed-methods study

Segers Elisabeth W., van den Hoogen Agnes, van Eerden Irene C., Hafsteinsdóttir Thora, Ketelaar Marjolijn 13 nov 2018, In: Child Care Health and Development. 45 , p. 111-120 10 p.

Increasing value and reducing waste by optimizing the development of complex interventions:Enriching the development phase of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Framework

Bleijenberg Nienke, de Man-van Ginkel Janneke M, Trappenburg Jaap C A, Ettema Roelof G A, Sino Carolien G, Heim Noor, Hafsteindóttir Thóra B, Richards David A, Schuurmans Marieke J 1 feb 2018, In: International Journal of Nursing Studies. 79 , p. 86-93 8 p.

Implementation and feasibility of the stroke nursing guideline in the care of patients with stroke:A mixed methods study

Bjartmarz Ingibjörg, Jónsdóttir Helga, Hafsteinsdóttir Thóra B. 1 dec 2017, In: BMC Nursing. 16

Refining the MRC framework development phase: towards successful complex interventions

Bleijenberg N., de Man-van Ginkel J. M., Trappenburg J. C. A., Ettema R. G. A., Sino C. G. M., Heim N., Hafsteindottir T. B., Richards D. A., Schuurmans M. J. sep 2016, In: Journal of Advanced Nursing. 72 , p. 46-46

Ward-based interventions for patients with hemispatial neglect in stroke rehabilitation:A systematic literature review

Klinke Marianne E., Hafsteinsdóttir Thóra B., Hjaltason Haukur, Jónsdóttir Helga 1 jan 2015, In: International Journal of Nursing Studies. 52 , p. 1375-1403 29 p.

Psychiatric nursing care for adult survivors of child maltreatment:A systematic review of the literature

Van der Zalm Yvonne C., Nugteren Willem A., Hafsteinsdóttir Thóra B., van der Venne Cokky G J M, Kool Nienke, van Meijel Berno 1 jan 2015, In: Perspectives in Psychiatric Care. 51 , p. 71-78 8 p.

Perspectives on global nursing leadership:International experiences from the field

Buckner E. B., Anderson D. J., Garzon N., Hafsteinsdóttir T. B., Lai C. K.Y., Roshan R. 1 dec 2014, In: International Nursing Review. 61 , p. 463-471 9 p.

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