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  • Alexandra Brandt Ryborg Jønsson, Iben Emilie Christensen, Susanne Reventlow, Mette Bech Risør :
    Responsibilities of Risk: Living With Mental Illness During COVID-19
    Medical Anthropology 10. mars 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Cathrine Maria Boge-Olsnes, Mette Bech Risør, Gunn Kristin Øberg :
    How life events are perceived to link to bodily distress: A qualitative study of women with chronic pelvic pain
    Health Care for Women International 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Iben Emilie Christensen, Mette Bech Risør, Lone Grøn, Susanne Reventlow :
    Senses of Touch: The Absence and Presence of Touch in Health Care Encounters of Patients with Mental Illness
    Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 17. mars 2022 DOI
  • Christina Sadolin Damhus, John Brandt Brodersen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Luckily—I am not the worrying kind: Experiences of patients in the Danish cancer patient pathway for non-specific symptoms and signs of cancer.
    Health 03. mai 2022 DOI
  • Mette Bech Risør, Kjersti Lillevoll :
    Caught up in Care: Crafting Moral Subjects of Chronic Fatigue
    Medical Anthropology 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ditte R Hulgaard, Mette Bech Risør, Gitte Delholm Lambertsen, Charlotte Ulrikke Rask :
    Systemic family therapy for severe functional disorders in youths. A qualitative study in a psychiatric setting
    Journal of Family Therapy 05. januar 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Maria Fredriksen Kvamme, Catharina Elisabeth Arfwedson Wang, Trond Waage, Mette Bech Risør :
    ‘Fixing my life’: young people’s everyday efforts towards recovery from persistent bodily complaints.
    Anthropology & Medicine 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Maria Fredriksen Kvamme, Catharina Elisabeth Arfwedson Wang, Trond Waage, Mette Bech Risør :
    Careful expressions of social aspects: How local professionals in high school settings, municipal services, and general practice communicate care to youth presenting persistent bodily complaints
    Health and Social Care in the community 2019 DOI
  • Ditte Roth Hulgaard, Charlotte Ulrikke Rask, Mette Bech Risør, Gitte Delholm :
    Illness perceptions of youths with functional disorders and their parents: An interpretative phenomenological analysis study
    Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2019 DOI
  • Ditte R Hulgaard, Charlotte Ulrikke Rask, Mette Bech Risør, Gitte Delholm :
    ‘I can hardly breathe’: Exploring the parental experience of having a child with a functional disorder
    Journal of Child Health Care 2019 DOI
  • Mette Bech Risør, Nina Nissen :
    Configurations of diagnostic processes and practices: an introduction
    Publicacions URV 2018 DOI
  • Helle Haslund, Mette Bech Risør :
    Vi har efterhånden fundet vores egne ben som forældre: Forældreskab og sundhedspleje i spændingsfeltet mellem velfærdsstat og privatsfære.
    Tidsskrift for forskning i sygdom og samfund 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Sara Marie Hebsgaard Offersen, Mette Bech Risør, Peter Vedsted, Rikke Sand Andersen :
    Cancer-before-cancer. Mythologies of cancer in everyday life
    Medicine Anthropology Theory 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Magdalena Skowronski, Mette Bech Risør, Rikke Sand Andersen, Nina Foss :
    The cancer may come back: experiencing and managing worries of relapse in a North Norwegian village after treatment
    Anthropology & Medicine 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Silje Vagli Østbye, Catharina Elisabeth Arfwedson Wang, Ida Pauline Høilo Granheim, Kjersti Elisabeth Kristensen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Epistemological and methodological paradoxes: secondary care specialists and their challenges working with adolescents with medically unexplained symptoms
    International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Silje Vagli Østbye, Maria Fredriksen Kvamme, Catharina Elisabeth Arfwedson Wang, Hanne Haavind, Trond Waage, Mette Bech Risør :
    ‘Not a film about my slackness’: Making sense of medically unexplained illness in youth using collaborative visual methods
    Health 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Johanna Laue, Hasse Melbye, Mette Bech Risør :
    Self-treatment of acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease requires more than symptom recognition – a qualitative study of COPD patients’ perspectives on self-treatment
    BMC Family Practice 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Magdalena Skowronski, Mette Bech Risør, Nina Foss :
    Approaching Health in Landscapes: An Ethnographic Study with Chronic Cancer Patients from a Coastal Village in Northern Norway
    Anthropology in Action 01. mars 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Magdalena Skowronski, Mette Bech Risør, Nina Foss :
    The significance of cultural norms and clinical logics for the perception of possible relapse in rural Northern Norway – sensing symptoms of cancer
    Qualitative Research in Medicine & Healthcare 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Tone Seppola-Edvardsen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Ignoring symptoms: The process of normalising sensory experiences after cancer
    Anthropology in Action 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Rikke Sand Andersen, Mark Nichter, Mette Bech Risør :
    Introduction. Sensations, Symptoms and Healthcare Seeking.
    Anthropology in Action 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Eva A.M. Van Eerd, Mette Bech Risør, Marcus Spigt, Maciek Godycki-Ćwirko, Elena Andreeva, Nick Francis m.fl.:
    Why do physicians lack engagement with smoking cessation treatment in their COPD patients? A multinational qualitative study
    Npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Camilla Hoffmann Merrild, Mette Bech Risør, Peter Vedsted, Rikke Sand Andersen :
    Class, social suffering, and health consumerism
    Medical Anthropology 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Stina Lou, Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen, Lone Hvidman, Olav Bjørn Petersen, Mette Bech Risør :
    What do you think? the collaborative practices of choice and care in a Danish obstetric ultrasound unit
    Anthropology & Medicine 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Hilde Nordahl Karterud, Ole Rikard Haavet, Mette Bech Risør :
    Social participation in young people with nonepileptic seizures (NES): A qualitative study of managing legitimacy in everyday life
    Epilepsy & Behavior 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Anne Mette Bach, Mette Bech Risør, Axel Forman, Lene Seibæk :
    Practices and Attitudes Concerning Endometriosis Among Nurses Specializing in Gynecology.
    Global Qualitative Nursing Research 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Camilla Hoffman Merrild, Rikke Andersen Sand, Mette Bech Risør, Peter Vedsted :
    Resisting 'reason'. A Comparative Anthropological Study of Social Differences and Resistance Toward Health Promotion and Illness Prevention In Denmark
    Medical Anthropology Quarterly 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Sara Marie Hebsgaard Offersen, Mette Bech Risør, Peter Vedsted, Rikke Sand Andersen :
    Am I fine? Exploring everyday life ambiguities and potentialities of embodied sensations in a Danish middle-class community
    Medicine Anthropology Theory 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Stina Lou, Camilla P. Nielsen, Lone Hvidman, Olav Bjørn Petersen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Coping with worry while waiting for diagnostic results: a qualitative study of the experiences of pregnant couples following a high-risk prenatal screening result
    BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Magnus Hjortdahl, Peder Andreas Halvorsen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Rural GPs’ attitudes toward participating in emergency medicine: a qualitative study
    Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Tone Seppola-Edvardsen, Rikke Sand Andersen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Sharing or not sharing? Balancing uncertainties after cancer in urban Norway
    Health, Risk and Society 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Mikka Nielsen, Anders Petersen, Mette Bech Risør, Mette Rønberg :
    Introduktion.Diagnoser: Organisation, kultur og mennesker
    Tidsskrift for forskning i sygdom og samfund 2016 DOI
  • Johanna Laue, Hasse Melbye, Peder Andreas Halvorsen, Elena Andreeva, Maciek Godycki-Cwirko, Anja Wollny m.fl.:
    How do general practitioners implement decision-making regarding COPD patients with exacerbations? An international focus group study
    The International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • May-Lill Johansen, Mette Bech Risør :
    What is the problem with medically unexplained symptoms for GPs? A meta-synthesis of qualitative studies
    Patient Education and Counseling 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Eva van Eerd, Mette Bech Risør, Carolien van Rossem, Onno CP van Schayck, Daniel Kotz :
    Experiences of tobacco smoking and quitting in smokers with and without chronic obstructive pulmonary disease-a qualitative analysis
    BMC Family Practice 2015 ARKIV / DOI
  • Hilde Karterud, Mette Bech Risør, Ole Rikard Haavet :
    The impact of conveying the diagnosis when using a biopsychosocial approach: A qualitative study among adolescents and young adults with NES (non-epileptic seizures)
    Seizure 2015 DOI
  • Nina Nissen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Diagnostic fluidity: working with uncertainty and mutability
    Publicacions URV 2018
  • Mette Bech Risør :
    Caught up in care – chronic fatigue and self-management
    2021
  • Mette Bech Risør :
    AFFECTIVITY IN CLINICAL ENCOUNTERS: THE POTENTIAL OF ‘ACTIVITY’ IN DIAGNOSING CHRONIC FATIGUE
    2021
  • Maria Fredriksen Kvamme, Mette Bech Risør, Catharina Elisabeth Arfwedson Wang, Trond Waage :
    Suffering, agency and care in medically unexplained symptoms (MUS). An ethnographic study of the social course and reframing of MUS in Norwegian youth
  • Tone Seppola-Edvardsen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Kreftpasienter etter endt behandling - hvordan forstå og håndtere kroppslige sensasjoner og symptomer?
    2020
  • Peder Andreas Halvorsen, Mette Bech Risør, Hasse Melbye :
    The Stethoscope 2030: Towards Personalized Diagnostics With Digital Auscultation
    2019
  • Mette Bech Risør :
    Subjectivities at stake - the crafting of agency and personhood during clinical assessment of CFS/ME
    2018
  • Mette Bech Risør :
    Subjectivities at stake – the crafting of agency and personhood during clinical assessment of CFS/ME (chronic fatigue)
    2018
  • Mette Bech Risør, RS Andersen :
    Caught in bureaucratisation? Different disciplinary approaches to symptom negotiations in Northern GP-clinical practice
    2017
  • Maria Fredriksen Kvamme, Mette Bech Risør :
    “We know what it really is but…” Explanations, concepts and metaphors applied to medically unexplained symptoms in youth by health and other involved professionals in a Norwegian city
    2017
  • Mette Bech Risør, Rikke Sand Andersen :
    Sensationer, symptomer og social praksis
    2016
  • Natassia Brenman, Anna Witeska-Mlynarczyk, Nina Nissen, Mette Bech Risør :
    Somatosphere: Configurations of diagnostic processes, practices, and evidence: a conference report
    2016 FULLTEKST
  • Maria Fredriksen Kvamme, Mette Bech Risør, Catharina Elisabeth Arfwedson Wang, Silje Vagli Østbye :
    Vil ha ungdommenes historier
    20. mai 2015
  • Mette Bech Risør :
    Symptoms in context - symptoms in the making
    2015

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    Forskningsinteresser

    Mette Bech Risør er professor i medicinsk antropologi. Hun har i en lang årrække beskæftiget sig med forskning i funktionelle lidelser, men hendes forskningsinteresser dækker også andre felter, herunder symptomopfattelse, sygdomsopfattelser, sundhedssystemer og sundhedsadfærd i hverdagslivet. Teoretisk er hun især inspireret af kritisk teori, men også af fænomenologi/livsverdensbegrebet og teorier om helse, sykdom og lege-pasient relasjoner. Hun har operationaliseret disse teorier i analyser af videnstyper, sygdomsforklaring og rationalitet.

    Mette Bech Risør har stor erfaring med at samarbejde tværfagligt med sundhedsprofessionelle, ikke kun praktisk erfaring men også med fokus på det metodeudviklende aspekt af tværfaglighed. Hun har stor undervisningserfaring, vejledererfaring og har iværksat/leder flere større forskningsprojekter. Hun er derudover redaktør for (tidligere hovedredaktør i 15 år) og initiativtager til et tværfagligt tidsskrift: Tidsskrift for Forskning i Sygdom og Samfund.



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