- 2013. Stigma of Schizophrenia: Assessing Attitudes among European University Students. Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS). 40-48.
- 2018. Stord DPS - Fagdag: Ansvarlig for fagdag med 23 deltakare, Ansvarlig arrangør for fagdag for døgnavdeling Stord DPS. Jeg leverte workshops og trainings i kommunikasjon og selvmedfølelse. .
- 2018. Psykodynamiske perspektivet.
- 2018. Stress og psykiskhelse. Invitert av Norske Arkitekters Landsforbund - NAL for et event om stress og psykiskhelse for studentene og ansatte på Bergens arkitekthøgskole.
- 2018. Speaker på helsekonferansen til Kostreform Norge. Foredraget handlet om humor, latter og helse. Det var 110 personer i publikum og foredraget ble sendt på Norsk radio.
- 2018. Psykiatri faget; kurs for sykepleierstudentene .
- 2017. Migration and Health; Cultural Competence in the Modern Psychiatry .
- 2013. Symposium: Distributed Creativity: A Cultural Psychological Perspective: Social Creativity in Everyday Relations and Professional Contexts by Erik Edwin Leonard Nordstrom; Tatyana Rodda Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark .
- 2018. «Et smil forlenger livet!» .
Edwin L. Nordstrøm is a clinical psychologist in Helse Fonna and a PhD fellow of the Department of Psychosocial Science (Faculty of Psychology) at the University of Bergen, Norway. Nordstrøm researches migration and health. He is currently working on his PhD project, Clinical encounters with immigrants suffering from mental health problems. Nordstrøm is a member of the research group Society and Workplace Diversity.
Nordstrøm has over 10 years of international experience working and studying abroad. He is an international trainer and often engaged as speaker or trainer at national and international conferences and congresses. He has taught courses in cultural competence in Norway and Azerbaijan and given highly appreciated workshops in psychology in Malta, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Turkey, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, and England.
Nordstrøm has been doing international research at the University of Cambridge and over years been an active member in the European Federation of Psychology Students Associations (EFPSA).