• Beyond guidelines: Discretionary practice in face-to-face triage nursing 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This article draws on ethnographic data from a Norwegian emergency primary care clinic (EPCC) to explore nurses’ discretionary application of guidelines. Specifically, it analyses nurses’ discretionary use of the Manchester ...
    • The challenges of implementing AV1 successfully in school. 

      Hjellum, Siri (Master thesis, 2020)
      Every year, many children and adolescents are prevented from attending school because of poor health. AV1 is a tool for chronically ill children and adolescents, which allows virtual contact with peers and school to reduce ...
    • The commensuration of pain: How nurses transform subjective experience into objective numbers 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Social Science and Medicine;Volume 233, July 2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-05-24)
      Commensuration—the transformation of different qualities into a common metric—has recently received increased scholarly attention. While mostly studied at the meso- or macroscale, this article extends the focus to microscale ...
    • Do nurses rate diseases according to prestige? A survey study 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F.; Album, Dag; Rasmussen, Erik Børve (Journal of Advanced Nursing;Volume 76, Issue 7, July 2020, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-20)
      Aims: To see whether nurses rate diseases according to prestige and, if so, how their ratings compare to the disease prestige hierarchy previously uncovered among physicians. Design: Cross-sectional survey. Methods: In ...
    • Erfaringer med Oppfølgingsteam 10-15 i bydel Gamle Oslo 

      Karlsen, Jonas Zeggag (Master thesis, 2020)
      Denne oppgaven er en miljøterapeutisk studie av forebyggende arbeid blant ungdom. Miljøterapi innebærer blant annet at man tilrettelegger for mestring og synliggjør ressursene til ungdommen. Studien ser nærmere bestemt ...
    • Experience, stereotypes and discrimination. Employers’ reflections on their hiring behavior 

      Birkelund, Gunn Elisabeth; Johannessen, Lars E. F.; Rasmussen, Erik Børve; Rogstad, Jon Christian (European Societies;Volume 22, 2020 - Issue 4, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-06-06)
      This article explores the relationship between labor market discrimination, stereotypes and employers’ experiences with immigrant workers. Based on interviews with 58 employers, recruited as part of three randomized field ...
    • Flertydighet og fleksibilitet: En etnografisk studie av legevaktens profesjonsgrenser 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Norsk sosiologisk tidsskrift;Årgang 2, nr. 3-2018, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-06-08)
      Denne artikkelen er en etnografisk studie av profesjonsgrenser på arbeidsplassen – også kalt arbeidsplassjurisdiksjon. Mer spesifikt fokuserer artikkelen på grenser for diagnostikk, slik disse ble trukket mellom leger og ...
    • Narratives and gatekeeping: Making sense of triage nurses' practice 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Sociology of Health and Illness;Volume 40, Issue 5 - June 2018, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-04-17)
      It is well documented that emergency service staff consider some patients to be ‘inappropriate attenders’. A central example is ‘trivia’, denoting patients with medical problems considered too ‘trivial’ to warrant attention. ...
    • Stability and change in disease prestige: A comparative analysis of three surveys spanning a quarter of a century 

      Album, Dag; Johannessen, Lars E. F.; Rasmussen, Erik Børve (Social Science and Medicine;Volume 180, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-05)
      In this paper, we present a comparative analysis of three survey studies of disease prestige in medical culture. The studies were conducted in 1990, 2002 and 2014 using the same research design. In each of the three rounds, ...
    • Workplace assimilation and professional jurisdiction: How nurses learn to blur the nursing-medical boundary 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Social Science and Medicine;Volume 201, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-03)
      In theorising ‘the system of professions’, Andrew Abbott emphasised how jurisdictional boundaries in the workplace are far fuzzier than those specified in law. A key reason for this fuzziness is the process he characterised ...