Publications for Ulrica Swartling
Co-author map based on ISI articles 2007-

Publications mentioned in social media 2 times*

Keywords

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Journal Articles

Ulrica Swartling, Mats Hansson, Johnny Ludvigsson and Anders Nordgren
  "My parents decide if I can. I decide if I want to." Children’s views on participation in medical research
 
Altmetric usage: 2

  Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 2011, 6(4), 68-74.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 1

G. Helgesson, M.G. Hansson, Johnny Ludvigsson and Ulrica Swartling
  Practical matters, rather than lack of trust, motivate non-participation in a long-term cohort trial
  Pediatric Diabetes, 2009, 10(6), 408-412.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 7

Ulrica Swartling, G. Helgesson, M G Hansson and Johnny Ludvigsson
  Split views among parents regarding childrens right to decide about participation in research: a questionnaire survey
  Journal of Medical Ethics, 2009, 35(7), 450-455.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 5

Ulrica Swartling, Gert Helgesson, Mats G Hansson and Johnny Ludvigsson
  Parental authority, research interests and children's right to decide in medical research - an uneasy tension?
  Clinical ethics, 2008, 3, 69-74.

Ulrica Swartling and G Helgesson
  Self-assessed understanding as a tool for evaluating consent: Reflections on a longitudinal study
  Journal of Medical Ethics, 2008, 34(7), 557-562.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 5

Gert Helgesson and Ulrica Swartling
  Views on data use, confidentiality and consent in a predictive screening involving children
  Journal of Medical Ethics, 2008, 34(3), 206-209.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 7

Ulrica Swartling, S Eriksson, Johnny Ludvigsson and Gert Helgesson
  Concern, pressure and lack of knowledge affect choice of not wanting to know high-risk status
  European Journal of Human Genetics, 2007, 15(5), 556-562.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 10

Ulrica Swartling, Gert Helgesson and Stefan Eriksson
  Limited relevance of the right not to know - reflections on a screening study
  Accountability in Research, 2007, 14, 197-209.

Gert Helgesson, Johnny Ludvigsson and Ulrica Swartling
  How to handle informed consent in longitudinal studies when participants have a limited understanding of the study
  Journal of Medical Ethics, 2005, 31(11), 670-673.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 15

Ulrica Gustafsson Stolt, Gert Helgesson, Per-Erik Liss, Tommy Svensson and Johnny Ludvigsson
  Information and informed consent in a longitudinal screening involving children: a questionnaire survey
  European Journal of Human Genetics, 2005, 13(3), 376-383.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 17

Ulrica Gustafsson Stolt, Per-Erik Liss and Johnny Ludvigsson
  Nurses’ views of longitudinal genetic screening of and research on children
  British Journal of Nursing, 2005, 14(2), 71-77.

Ulrica Gustafsson Stolt, Johnny Ludvigsson, Per Erik Liss and Tommy Svensson
  Bioethical theory and practice in genetic screening for type 1 diabetes
  Medicine, Health care and Philosophy, 2003, 6(1), 45-50.

Ulrica Gustafsson Stolt, Per-Erik Liss and Johnny Ludvigsson
  Parents want to know if their child is at high risk of getting diabetes
  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2003, 1005, 395-399.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 4

Ulrica Gustafsson Stolt, Per-Erik Liss, Tommy Svensson and Johnny Ludvigsson
  Attitudes to bioethical issues: a case study of a screening project
  Social Science and Medicine, 2002, 54(9), 1333-1344.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 12

Johnny Ludvigsson, Ulrica Gustafsson Stolt, Per-Erik Liss and Tommy Svensson
  Mothers of children in ABIS, a population-based screening for prediabetes, experience few ethical conflicts and have a positive attitude
  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2002, 958, 376-381.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 4

Ph.D. Theses

Ulrica Gustafsson Stolt
  Aspects in bioethics: Theory and practice in a preventive screening for type 1 diabetes
  2003.


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