Maria Larsson-Lund
Maria Larsson-Lund

Maria Larsson-Lund

Professor and Head of Subject
Luleå University of Technology
Occupational therapy
Division of Health, Medicine and Rehabilitation
Department of Health Sciences
+46 (0)920 493833
S130 Luleå

Professor Larsson Lund research is focusing on the digitalization of society and how the increased use of everyday technology influence health  and participation involving activities in the homes as well as at work and in public places. The research is also focusing on how technology can facilitate engagement in activities,  support  work ability and  increase participation through improved match between users and technology. She is also experienced in leading improvement work  of hingher eduacation focusing on on digitalization, digital competence and e-learning. In particular, the intrest has been on  enhancing future occupational therapists digital competence to match the future needs in the digitalized knowledge society.


Article in journal

Everyday activities outside the home are a struggle (2020)

Narratives from two persons with acquired brain injury
Olofsson. A, Larsson-Lund. M, Nyman. A
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol. 27, nr. 3, s. 194-203
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Patterns of participation (2020)

Facilitating and hindering aspects related to places for activities outside the home after stroke
Malinowsky. C, Olofsson. A, Nyman. A, Larsson-Lund. M
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol. 27, nr. 3, s. 204-212
Article in journal

Perceived occupational value in people with acquired brain injury (2020)

Nyman. A, Kassberg. A, Larsson-Lund. M
Article in journal

Places visited for activities outside the home after stroke (2020)

Relationship with the severity of disability
Olofsson. A, Nyman. A, Kassberg. A, Malinowsky. C, Larsson-Lund. M
British Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol. 83, nr. 6, s. 405-412
Article in journal

Gender and diagnostic impact on everyday technology use (2019)

a differential item functioning (DIF) analysis of the Everyday Technology Use Questionnaire (ETUQ)
Kottorp. A, Malinovsky. C, Larsson-Lund. M, Nygård. L
Disability and Rehabilitation, Vol. 41, nr. 22, s. 2688-2694