Kajsa Norbäck joined CRB in September 2020. Her PhD project explores ethical and clinical aspects of recruiting children with cancer to research studies, including ethical values and challenges related to consent- and assent processes. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, combined with ethical analysis, she explores the experiences and perspectives of health care professionals, and ethical review board members, as well research experiences among children and their parents.
Kajsa Norbäck holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Psychology from Uppsala University. She has experience from feasibility research of complex e-Health interventions within psycho-oncology, and stress reduction through compassion- and mindfulness training. She strives to use her interest in psychological and existential consequences of disease to further research- and clinical ethics in pediatric settings.
Children with cancer
Recruitment to research
Exploring the ethical values and challenges related to asking children with cancer and their parents to partake in clinical studies and obtaining informed consent.
Caring for patients
Nurses encounter ethical dilemmas in their daily work. But there are also moral dimensions to nursing practice.
We are interested in the ethical issues that arise in clinical settings: In association with diagnosis, treatment and the organization and delivery of health care