The second Nordic Conference in Nursing Research will bring together researchers from all the Nordic countries. The conference aims to enhance improvements in nursing research methods and to create an arena for networking.
Professor Margerete Sandelowski, US, a world renowned research methodologist with expertise in mixed research synthesis and systematic reviews.
Professor Jo Rycroft-Malone, UK, has garnered an international reputation for research that bridges the evidence–practice gap and is one of the world’s highly cited researchers.
Professor Marit Kirkevold, Norway, is internationally acclaimed for theoretically informed inquiries and complex interventions.
Associated Professor Louise Locock, UK, is a qualitative social science researcher with expertise in patient and public involvement in research.
Programme and Abstract book (opens in new window)
Reference List Nordic Conference in Nursing Research 2016 (opens in new window)
15 June 18.30 – 19.30 at the House of Nurses,
Swedish Society of Nursing, Baldersgatan 1, Stockholm.
Map to Swedish Society of Nursing
The conference at Birger Jarl Hotel and Conference
Birger Jarlsgatan 61 A
+468 674 18 00
Map to the conference
Dinner at Stockholm City Hall
Map to Stockholm City Hall
Underground and bus, SL
It is recommended that you book your room in advance. Hotel rooms in central Stockholm are usually booked in June.
Information about hotel booking (opens in new window)
Travelling to Stockholm
Underground and bus, SL
+46-8-15 00 00
There is a lot of international flights to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport which is located 42 km north of the city. Flygbussarna Airport Coaches goes from the airport to Stockholm Central Station and takes approximately 45 minutes - www.flygbussarna.se Arlanda Express is a fast train to the Central Station which takes 20 minutes -www.arlandaexpress.com Bromma Airport is Stockholm’s city airport with domestic and some international flights. You can buy tickets to Flygbussarna Airport Coaches and Arlanda Express using payment card in ticket machines in connections to the departure platform. On Flygbussarna Airport Coaches is it also possible to buy a ticket by payment card on the bus.
The conference will take place at Birger Jarl Hotel and Conference
SE 104 32 Stockholm
The conference venue is located in the central of Stockholm. From Stockholm’s Central Station you can take a 20-minute walk or the green underground line (need to buy a ticket card) to Rådmansgatan, exit “Tegnergatan” and then a 5-minute walk to the hotel. Taxi from the Central Station is another alternative. For those not staying at the conference hotel there is an entrance to the conference from Birger Jarlsgatan 61A.
To travel by Stockholm’s public transports (underground/tram, local busses and commuter train) you need to buy a travelcard and tickets. There are tickets and travelcards for short and longer periods of time. Nearly all tickets are loaded on an SL Access card, which is an electronic smart card. You need to pay a fee of 20 SEK for the card itself, but you can re-use your card at future visits to Stockholm. There are single use travel cards with zone tickets valid for 1 or 2 hours depending on how many zones you travel in. There are also single use travel cards for 24 or 72 hours. Read more about the alternatives and how and where you can buy them http://sl.se/en/fares--tickets/
- Please print your name badge. It is important that you bring the badge to the conference as it ensures your admission to the conference activities.
- It's possible to bring your luggage to the conference but we are not responsible for it.
- Registration is binding but can be assigned to another person. If you wish to assign your registration to another person you must contact Lina Hammarbäck, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please also contact Lina Hammarbäck if you have a severe allergy!
- If you have booked dinner to Stockholm City Hall June 16:th you will receive a ticket during registration to the conference that is important that you keep. You need to show the ticket to be able to access Stockholm City Hall.