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Emina Hadžibajramović

PhD

Statistician

Doctor of Medical Science

Fil. Lic. statistik, Statstician
Tel: +46 31-342 07 14 
emina.hadzibajramovic@vgregion.se

Research Areas

Working as a statistician in close collaboration with applied researchers made me realise that there is a gap between statistical theory and solutions on the one hand and praxis in medical research on the other hand. So my mission is to bring these together. Therefore my research is both methodological and applied. Given the fact that many epidemiological studies are observational and that data are collected by means of self-reported questionnaires, intrigued me to focus on analysis of ordinal data. This resulted in licentiate thesis in statistics 2013. Measurement properties, validation and further development of multi-item questionnaires is another topic of interest in my research. Year 2015 I defended my doctoral thesis in medical science, which was based on data material from KART-study (Aspects of validity in stress research). As regards applied research, longitudinal association of psychosocial working conditions and stress-related ill-health have so far been in focus.

I teach statistics at basic and advanced levels. As an adjunct lecturer at the Health Metrics unit at the Sahlgrenska Academy I participate at bachelor, master and doctoral courses in statistics.

Ongoing Projects

I am involved in most of the ISMs ongoing research projects in my role as statistical expertise. Currently analysis of sick-leave, work ability and return to work are my main area of interest. Development of questionnaires and application of novel statistical methods for analysis of questionnaire data is an ongoing and never-ending project.

Publications

Emina Hadžibajramović (avhandling)
Aspects of validity in stress research - Measurement properties and the application of selfreported stress questionnaires
Göteborgs universitet, December 2015

Hadzibajramovic E, Ahlborg jr G, Håkansson C, Lundgren-Nilsson Å och Grimby-Ekman A. Affective stress responses during leisure time: Validity evaluation of a modified version of the Stress-Energy Questionnaire. 
J Public Health, September 2015

Hadzibajramovic E, Ahlborg G Jr, Grimby-Ekman A, Lundgren-Nilsson Å 
Internal construct validity of the stress-energy questionnaire in a working population, a cohort study 
BMC Public Health 2015

Eva Sahlin, Agneta Lindegård, Emina Hadzibajramovic, Patrik Grahn, Josefa Vega Matuszczyk & Gunnar Ahlborg Jr. 
The Influence of the Environment on Directed Attention, Blood Pressure and Heart Rate—An Experimental Study Using a Relaxation Intervention 
Landscape Research, 2014

Lindegård A, Larsman P, Hadzibajramovic E, Ahlborg G Jr. 
The influence of perceived stress and musculoskeletal pain on work performance and work ability in Swedish health care workers. 
Int Arch Occup Environ Health, Maj 2014

Emina Hadžibajramović (Lic.uppsats) 
Discriminant Validity of the Stress - Energy Questionnaire Regarding Work and Leisure Time 
Örebro universitet, Februari 2013

Lindwall M, Hadžibajramović E, Ljung T, Jonsdottir IH. 
Self-reported physical activity, but not aerobic fitness, is related to mental health. 
Mental health and physical activity, 2012  Sammanfattning på svenska

Dellve L, Hadzibajramovic E, Ahlborg G Jr. 
Work attendance among health care workers: prevalence, incentives and consequences for health and performance. 
J Adv Nurs, September 2011

Jonsdottir I.H,, Rödjer L., Hadzibajramovic E., Börjesson M., Ahlborg Jr G. A prospective study of leisure time physical activity and mental health in Swedish health care workers and social insurance officers. 
Prev Med, November 2010

Glise K, Hadzibajramovic E, Jonsdottir IH, Ahlborg G Jr. Self-reported exhaustion: a possible indicator of reduced work ability and increased risk of sickness absence among human service workers. 
Int Arch Occup Environ Health, Juni 2010

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