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Academic article
  • Glenton, Claire; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2019. When “Normal” Becomes Normative: A Case Study of Researchers’ Quotation Errors When Referring to a Focus Group Sample Size Study. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 1-6.
  • Arnesen, Sveinung; Bærøe, Kristine; Cappelen, Cornelius; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2018. Could information about herd immunity help us achieve herd immunity? Evidence from a population representative survey experiment. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 854-858.
  • Glenton, Claire; Carlsen, Benedicte; Lewin, Simon Arnold; Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies; Colvin, Christopher J.; Tunçalp, Özge; Bohren, Meghan; Noyes, Jane; Booth, Andrew; Garside, Ruth; Rashidian, Arash; Flottorp, Signe; Wainwright, Megan. 2018. Applying GRADE-CERQual to qualitative evidence synthesis findings—paper 5: how to assess adequacy of data. Implementation Science. 8 pages.
  • Colvin, Christopher J.; Garside, Ruth; Wainwright, Megan; Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies; Glenton, Claire; Bohren, Meghan; Carlsen, Benedicte; Tunçalp, Özge; Noyes, Jane; Booth, Andrew; Rashidian, Arash; Flottorp, Signe; Lewin, Simon Arnold. 2018. Applying GRADE-CERQual to qualitative evidence synthesis findings—paper 4: how to assess coherence. Implementation Science. 9 pages.
  • Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies; Bohren, Meghan; Glenton, Claire; Lewin, Simon Arnold; Noyes, Jane; Tunçalp, Özge; Booth, Andrew; Garside, Ruth; Colvin, Christopher J.; Wainwright, Megan; Rashidian, Arash; Flottorp, Signe; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2018. Applying GRADE-CERQual to qualitative evidence synthesis findings—paper 3: how to assess methodological limitations. Implementation Science. 8 pages.
  • Lewin, Simon Arnold; Bohren, Meghan; Rashidian, Arash; Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies; Glenton, Claire; Colvin, Christopher J.; Garside, Ruth; Noyes, Jane; Booth, Andrew; Tunçalp, Özge; Wainwright, Megan; Flottorp, Signe; Tucker, Joseph D.; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2018. Applying GRADE-CERQual to qualitative evidence synthesis findings—paper 2: how to make an overall CERQual assessment of confidence and create a Summary of Qualitative Findings table. Implementation Science. 13 pages.
  • Noyes, Jane; Booth, Andrew; Lewin, Simon Arnold; Carlsen, Benedicte; Glenton, Claire; Colvin, Christopher J.; Garside, Ruth; Bohren, Meghan; Rashidian, Arash; Wainwright, Megan; Tunçalp, Özge; Chandler, Jacqueline; Flottorp, Signe; Pantoja, Tomas; Tucker, Joseph D.; Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies. 2018. Applying GRADE-CERQual to qualitative evidence synthesis findings–paper 6: how to assess relevance of the data. Implementation Science. 11 pages.
  • Lewin, Simon Arnold; Booth, Andrew; Glenton, Claire; Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies; Rashidian, Arash; Wainwright, Megan; Bohren, Meghan; Tunçalp, Özge; Colvin, Christopher J.; Garside, Ruth; Carlsen, Benedicte; Langlois, Etienne V.; Noyes, Jane. 2018. Applying GRADE-CERQual to qualitative evidence synthesis findings: introduction to the series. Implementation Science. 10 pages.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Lundberg, Kjetil. 2017. ”If it weren´t for me…”: Perspectives of family carers of older people receiving professional care. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 213-221.
  • Bjørkdahl, Kristian; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2017. Fear of the Fear of the Flu: Assumptions About Media Effects in the 2009 Pandemic. Science communication. 358-381.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Glenton, Claire. 2016. The swine flu vaccine, public attitudes, and researcher interpretations: a systematic review of qualitative research. BMC Health Services Research. 15 pages.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Riese, Hanne. 2016. High stakes : an interview study of researchers' motivations for and experiences of being interviewed by journalists. Nordicom Review. 85-99.
  • Lewin, Simon; Glenton, Claire; Munthe-Kaas, Heather Menzies; Carlsen, Benedicte; Colvin, Christopher J.; Gulmezoglu, Metin; Noyes, Jane; Booth, Andrew; Garside, Ruth; Rashidian, Arash. 2015. Using Qualitative Evidence in Decision Making for Health and Social Interventions: An Approach to Assess Confidence in Findings from Qualitative Evidence Syntheses (GRADE-CERQual). PLoS Medicine. 18 pages.
  • Riese, Hanne; Carlsen, Benedicte; Glenton, Claire. 2014. Qualitative research synthesis: How the whole can be greater than the sum of its parts. Anthropology in Action. 23-30.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Muftuoglu, Ingrid; Riese, Hanne. 2014. Forskning i media: Forskere om motivasjon og erfaringer fra medieintervjuer. Norsk Medietidsskrift. 188-208.
  • Hartveit, Miriam; Thorsen, Olav; Biringer, Eva Aaker; Vanhaecht, Kris; Carlsen, Benedicte; Aslaksen, Aslak. 2013. Recommended content of referral letters from general practitioners to specialised mental health care: a qualitative multi-perspective study. BMC Health Services Research. 7 pages.
  • Nielsen, Ann; Carlsen, Benedicte; Kjellberg, Pia Kürstein. 2013. Nielsen, Ann; Carlsen, Benedicte; Kjellberg, Pia K. (2013) Positive attitudes towards priority setting in clinical guidelines among Danish general practitioners: A web based survey. Health (Irvine, Calif.). 188-192.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Julie, Riise. 2013. Fastlegenes dilemma: Pasientvelferd eller kostnadshensyn. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift. 349-358.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Sataøen, Hogne Lerøy. 2013. "Når pengene rår, forsvinner andre verdier i systemet”: Helsearbeideres syn på den norske samhandlingsreformen [Health care workers’ view on the Norwegian Coordination Reform]. Nordiske organisasjonsstudier. 29-54.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Hole, Arne Risa; Kolstad, Julie Riise; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2012. When you can't have the cake and eat it too. A study of medical doctors' priorities in complex choice situations. Social Science and Medicine. 1964-1973.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Glenton, Claire. 2012. Scanning for satisfaction or digging for dismay? Comparing findings from a postal survey with those from a focus group-study. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 8 pages.
  • Winde, Lee Diana; Alexanderson, Kristina; Carlsen, Benedicte; Kjeldgård, Linnea; Wilteus, Anna L; Gjesdal, Sturla. 2012. General practitioners' experiences with sickness certification: a comparison of survey data from Sweden and Norway. BMC Family Practice. 8 pages.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2012. From absence to absenteeism? A qualitative cross case study of teachers' views on sickness absence. The Journal of Socio-Economics. 129-136.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Glenton, Claire. 2011. What about N? A methodological study of sample-size reporting in focus group studies. BMC Medical Research Methodology.
  • Johansen, Ingrid Hjulstad; Carlsen, Benedicte; Hunskaar, Steinar. 2011. Psychiatry out-of-hours: a focus group study of GPs' experiences in Norwegian casualty clinics. BMC Health Services Research. 132.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Bringedal, Berit. 2011. Attitudes to clinical guidelines - do GPs differ from other medical doctors? BMJ Quality and Safety. 158-162.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. The last frontier? Autonomy, uncertainty and standardisation in general practice. Health Sociology Review. 260-272.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Kjellberg, Pia Kürstein. 2010. Guidelines; from foe to friend? Comparative interviews with GPs in Norway and Denmark. BMC Health Services Research.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Aakvik, Arild; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2008. Variation in practice: A questionnaire survey of how congruence in attitudes between doctors and patients influences referral decisions. Medical decision making. 262-268.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Dobbeltmoralens voktere? Intervjuer med fastleger om sykemelding. Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning. 259-275.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2008. "What lies beneath it all?" - an interview study of GPs' attitudes to the use of guidelines. BMC Health Services Research.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Aakvik, Arild. 2006. Patient involvement in clinical decision making: the effect of GP attitude on patient satisfaction. Health Expectations.
  • Glenton, Claire; Nilsen, Elin Strømme; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2006. Lay perceptions of evidence-based information - a qualitative evaluation of a website for back pain sufferers. BMC Health Services Research.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2005. “Saying no is no easy matter”. A qualitative study of competing concerns in rationing decisions in general practice. BMC Health Services Research. 19 pages.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Iversen, Tor; Lurås, Hilde. 2005. Markedsforholdenes betydning for allmennlegenes praksisutøvelse. Økonomisk forum. 20-28.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Iversen, Tor; Lurås, Hilde. 2005. Markedsforholdene har fortsatt betydning for fastlegenes praksisutøvelse. Økonomisk forum. 7-10.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Iversen, Tor; Lurås, Hilde. 2005. Markedsforholdene har fortsatt betydning for fastlegenes praksisutøvelse. Økonomisk forum. 7-10.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2004. Hvordan påvirker fastlegeordningen legens skjønnsmessige<BR/>avgjørelser? Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning. 33-47.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Professional Support of Self-Help Groups: A Support Group Project for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. 289-303.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2003. Introduction of the Patient-list System in General Practice: Changes in Norwegian Physicians’ Perception of their Gatekeeper Role. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care. 209-213.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Fastlegenes erfaringer med fastlegeordningen. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 1322-1324.
Report
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Nyborg, Karine. 2017. Healer or Gatekeeper? Physicians' Role Conflict When Symptoms Are Non-Verifiable. No. 10735. No. 10735. .
  • Norheim, Ole Frithjof; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Legens doble rolle som advokat og portvakt i Fastlegeordningen Evaluering av fastlegeordningen. 19. 19. .
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2001. Why not study self-help groups? A perspective on the transactions between self-helpers, health professionals and researchers in health care. 11. 11. .
Lecture
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2017. Vitenskapsformidling: Holdninger og handlinger i forbindelse med svineinfluensa-utbruddet i 2009.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. Hva kjennetegner en god forskningsrådssøknad.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. Forskeres erfaringer med media.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Samhandlingsreformens konsekvenser for eldre: Pasientrettigheter, pårørende og koordinering av tjenester.
Popular scientific lecture
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Samhandling på kryss og tvers.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2011. Smitter sykefravær?
Academic lecture
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Bjørkdahl, Kristian. 2019. Enacting Pandemics: How Health Authorities Use the Press and Vice Versa.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2018. How to make qualitative research syntheses useful.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2018. Beating vaccination hesitancy: A survey experiment from Norway.
  • Teig, Inger Lise; Bærøe, Kristine; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2016. Equitable healthcare: On the potential impact of politicization, bureaucratization and medical standardization of healthcare distribution on social health inequality.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. The swine flu vaccine, public attitudes, and researcher interpretations: A systematic review of qualitative research.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Monstad, Karin. 2015. Samhandlingsreformens konsekvenser for eldre: Pasientrettigheter, pårørende og koordinering av tjenester.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. Pårørenderollen i eldreomsorgen.
  • Bærøe, Kristine; Teig, Inger Lise; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. On the potential impact of politicization, bureaucratization and medical standardization of healthcare distribution and social health inequality.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. Fear of fear of the flu: The third person (and other strange effects) in the H1N1 outbreak.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Thou shalt versus thou shalt not: A meta-synthesis of GPs’ attitudes to clinical practice guidelines.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Mixed methods – Blandede metoder.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Forskeres opplevelse av å være i media.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Er fastlegen med på å prioritere?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Er fastlegen med på å prioritere?
  • Nyborg, Karine; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. The Gate is Open. Primary Care Physicians as Social Security Gatekeepers.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Science in Society.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Generalisering i kvalitativ forskning.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Generaliserbarhet i kvalitativ forskning.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Riese, Hanne. 2013. Forskere om formidling gjennom media.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2012. Introduction: Dilemmas in the doctor’s role: Findings, methods and future challenges.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2012. Bør fastlegene være portvakter?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2011. Rapportering av kvalitative studier i helsefaglige tidsskrift: Eksemplet N i fokusgruppestudier.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2011. Fastlegen som forvalter: Portvakt og døråpner.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2011. Attitudes to clinical guidelines - do GPs differ from other medical doctors?
  • Winde, Lee Diana; Alexanderson, Kristina; Carlsen, Benedicte; Anna, Løfgren; Gjesdal, Sturla. 2011. A comparative study of Norwegian and Swedish GPs’ experiences with the task of sickness certification.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. What about N? A systematic review of sample-size reporting in focus-group studies.
  • Ravneberg, Bodil; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Sykefravær i den videregående skolen. Hvordan oppleves det av lærerne?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Sykefravær blant lærere- Syke og friske skoler.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Hva med N? En systematisk oversikt over utvalg i fokusgruppestudier.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. GPs' views on clinical guidelines.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Fastlegenes portvaktrolle.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2009. The last frontier? Autonomy, uncertainty and standardisation in general practice.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2009. The last frontier? Autonomy, uncertainty and standardisation in general practice.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2009. Egenrapporterte data fra leger.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Hvorfor følger ikke allmennleger retningslinjer?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Hvordan er sammenhengen mellom legens handlingsfrihet og rettferdig fordeling av helsetjenester?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Fastlegers sykemeldingspraksis.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Fastlegers erfaringer med sykemeldingsrollen.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2007. Thou shalt versus thou shalt not. A qualitative meta-synthesis of GPs’ attitudes to clinical practice guidelines.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2007. Hvorfor følger ikke legene kliniske retningslinjer? En kvalitativ meta-analyse.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2007. Fastlegens forhold til retningslinjer.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2006. The changing role of gatekeepers.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2006. How should Norwegian policymakers address the ethical and practical challenges of rationing health care resources and ensuring high quality of care?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2006. Has sharing information anything to do with sharing decisions?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2005. Patient autonomy in clinical decision making: The effect of GP attitude on patient satisfaction.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2005. Hvor viktig er pasientautonomi for pasientene?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2005. Health and health care in Tanzania, Uganda and Ethiopia.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2004. Norwegian general pratitioners’ experience in rationing decisions.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2004. Legers integritet i skjønnsmessige avgjørelser.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2004. Legen som portvakt i fastlegeordningen.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Legens erfaringer ett år etter.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Introduction of the patient-list system in general practice: Changes in Norwegian physicians’ perception of their gatekeeper role.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Introduction of the patient-list system in general practice: Changes in Norwegian physicians’ perception of their gatekeeper role.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2003. Introduction of the patient-list system in general practice: Changes in Norwegian physicians’ perception of their gatekeeper role.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Er legen portvakt i fastlegeordningen?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Why not study self-help groups? A perspective on the transactions between self-helpers, health professionals and researchers in health care.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Portvakt eller advokat. Evaluering av FLO.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Hva skjer med legen som portvakt i Fastlegeordningen?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Evaluering av fastlegeordningen: Hva skjer med legen som portvakt?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Evaluering av fastlegeordningen.
Editorial
  • Noyes, Jane; Carlsen, Benedicte; Chandler, Jackie; Colvin, Christopher J.; Glenton, Claire; Gülmezoglu, A. Metin; Lewin, Simon; Rashidian, Arash. 2014. Optimizing the world's nursing and midwifery roles to meet the Millennium Development Goals for maternal and child health more effectively. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2699-2702.
Reader opinion piece
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Hysteriske mannlige stemmer. Bergens Tidende.
  • Aslaksen, Aslak; Pedersen, Otto Halvard Brun; Carlsen, Benedicte; Hartveit, Miriam. 2009. Vi har tatt utfordringen. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 2136-2136.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2009. Skal vokte dobbeltmoralen. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).
Short communication
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Science Communication. Actions and Reactions on the 2009 Swine Flu Outbreak. Nordicom Information. 85-88.
  • Aslaksen, Aslak; Pedersen, Otto Brun; Carlsen, Benedicte; Hartveit, Miriam. 2009. Vi har tatt utfordringen. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 2136.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2009. Legers skjønn og andres skjønn. Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning. 64-65.
Academic anthology/Conference proceedings
  • Bjørkdahl, Kristian; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2019. Pandemics, Publics, and Politics - Staging Responses to Public Health Crises. Palgrave Pivot.
Compendium
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Nyborg, Karine. 2009. The Gate is Open: Primary Care Physicians as Social Security Gatekeepers. 07.
Feature article
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2019. Er forskere interesserte å uttale seg i media? Forskning.no - Blogg.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Forskere som formidlere. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Jamtvedt, Gro; Flottorp, Signe; Nordheim, Lena Victoria. 2013. Stol ikke på all forskning :. Fysioterapeuten. 6-7.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Dristighet – nytt mantra fra Forskningsrådet. Forskning.no : nettavis med nyheter fra norsk og internasjonal forskning.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Jamtvedt, Gro; Flottorp, Signe; Nordheim, Lena Victoria. 2011. Stol ikke på all forskning. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Hvordan skal vi si nei? Bergens Tidende. 3.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Nyborg, Karine. 2009. Porten er åpen. Dagens næringsliv.
  • Bærøe, Kristine; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Med rett til å psykemelde. Morgenbladet.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Norheim, Ole Frithjof. 2000. Kan økonomene gi oss mer helse? Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).
Doctoral dissertation
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2006. The changing role of gatekeepers: Rationing and shared decision-making in primary care.
Interview
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2018. Kollektiv ansvarsfølelse økte «ja» til vaksinering.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2016. Forskere blir ikke skremt av dårlige erfaringer med medier.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. Pasienten har for mye makt i norsk helsevesen.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. Nytt graderingssystem for kunnskapssammendrag.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2015. Fåfengt prioritering.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Mener pasientene har for mye makt.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2014. Forskere er fornøyd med medienes formidling.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Sykehjemmene tar belastningen.
  • Sataøen, Hogne Lerøy; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Sykehjemmene tar belastningen.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Hvor viktig er pårørende for eldre pasienter?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2011. Mistenkjer sjuke kollegaer.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Vil kutte i sykelønna.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Tar pasientenes side.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Tar pasientenes side.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Syketiltak uten effekt.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Dagsnytt.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2009. Mener legene er blitt for snille.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Leger bruker skjønn – sykemelder ulovlig.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Frykter at staten kun tenker økonomi.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2006. Turboleger skaper dyrere helsevesen.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2006. Legene er redde for å si nei.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2004. Selvjustis om lister. Intervju.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2003. Portvakt eller advokat?
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Vi forventer mer. Leger redde for å miste klienter.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Fastleger livredde for å miste pasienter.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Fastlegeordningen gir mer makt til pasientene.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Fastlegene bøyer av for pasientene.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2002. Bedre legeservice. Fastlegeordningen gjør legene redde for å miste pasienter.
Programme participation
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Norgesmagasinet. Debatt med Allmennlegeforeningen om sykemelding.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2008. Norgesglasset (Om legenes holdninger til sykemelding).
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2004. Resultater fra evaluering av fastlegeordningen.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2004. Feilslått fastlegeordning.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2004. Fastlegeordningen.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • Bjørkdahl, Kristian; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2019. Enacting Pandemics: How Health Authorities Use the Press — And Vice Versa. 16 pages.
  • Bringedal, Berit; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2018. Styring for kvalitet og likebehandling. Norske legers syn på styringsinstrumentenes betydning. 22 pages.
  • Bjørkdahl, Kristian; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2017. Pandemic Rhetoric and Public Memory. What People (Don’t) Remember from the 2009 Swine Flu. 23 pages.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2007. Why are primary care physicians avoiding rationing decisions and what can be done about it? The case of Norway.
Abstract
  • Winde, Lee Diana; Alexanderson, K; Carlsen, Benedicte; Kjeldgaard, L; Wilteus, Anna Løfgren; Gjesdal, Sturla. 2012. A comparison of Norwegian and Swedish General Practitioners' experiences with sickness certification. European Journal of Public Health. 207-208.
Poster
  • Bringedal, Berit; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2013. Professional autonomy versus governmental control:Doctors’ attitutdes to clinical guidelines.
  • Winde, Lee Diana; Alexandersson, Kristina; Carlsen, Benedicte; Kjeldgard, Linnea; Wilteus, Anna Lofgren; Gjesdal, Sturla. 2012. A comparison of Norwegian and Swedish GPs’ experiences with sickness certification. �.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2010. Guidelines; from foe to friend?
Academic literature review
  • Glenton, Claire; Colvin, Christopher J.; Carlsen, Benedicte; Swartz, Alison; Lewin, Simon; Noyes, Jane; Rashidian, Arash. 2013. Intervention protocol: Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of lay health worker programmes to improve access to maternal and child health: qualitative evidence synthesis. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
  • Glenton, Claire; Colvin, Christopher J.; Carlsen, Benedicte; Swartz, Alison; Lewin, Simon; Noyes, Jane; Rashidian, Arash. 2013. Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of lay health worker programmes to improve access to maternal and child health: qualitative evidence synthesis. 83 pages.
  • Carlsen, Benedicte; Glenton, Claire; Pope, Catherine. 2007. Thou shalt versus thou shalt not: a meta-synthesis of GPs' attitudes to clinical practice guidelines. 971-978.
Introduction
  • Bjørkdahl, Kristian; Carlsen, Benedicte. 2019. Introduction: Pandemics, Publics, and Politics — Staging Responses to Public Health Crises. 1-9.
Interview Journal
  • Carlsen, Benedicte. 2011. Allmennleger mest usikre på retningslinjer. Dagens medisin.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

Developing and implementing the GRADE-CERQual approach: Confidence in the Evidence from Reviews of Qualitative ResearchThe GRADE-CERQual approach provides a transparent method for assessing the confidence of evidence from reviews of qualitative research, and indicating this confidence to end users, such as guideline panels or decision makers. CERQual uses a similar approach conceptually to other GRADE tools, but is intended for findings from systematic reviews of qualitative evidence. Carlsen is participating in the GRADE-CERQual project group. Website: https://www.cerqual.org/

 

Communicative Circuitry of the Green Shift (COGS)(COGS) will follow the communication activities of three Norwegian research projects that focus on separate aspects of the so-called “green shift”. The project is lead by the Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo. Website: https://www.sum.uio.no/english/research/projects/communicative-circuitry-of-the-green-shift/index.html