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Kristina Glise

MD, PhD

Phone: +46 31-342 07 00 
kristina.glise@vgregion.s

Publications

Glise K, Wiegner L, Jonsdottir I.H.
Long-Term follow-up of residual symptom in patients treated fpr stress-related exhaustion
BMC Psychology, 2020

Dahlman A.S, Blennow K, Zetterberg H, Glise K, Jonsdottir I.H Growth factors and neurotrophins in patients with stress-related exhaustion disorder
Sciencedirect, 2019

Björk L, Glise K, Pousette A, Bertilsson M, Hoolmgren K
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nvolving the employer to enhance return to work among patients with stress-related mental disorders – study protocol of a cluster randomized controlled trial in Swedish primary health care
BMC Public Health, 2018

Jonsdottir I.H, Nordlund A, Ellbin S, Ljung T, Glise K, Währborg P, Sjörs A. (2017)
Working memory and attention are still impaired after three years in patients with stress-related exhaustion.
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology

Kristina Glise (avhandling) Exhaustion disorder - identification, characterisation and course of illness 
Göteborgs universitet, Maj 2014

Glise K, Ahlborg G Jr, Jonsdottir IH. Prevalence and course of somatic symptoms in patients with stress related exhaustion: Does sex or age matter? 
BMC Psychiatry, 2014 Sammanfattning på svenska

Jonsdottir IH, Nordlund A, Glise K, Ellbin S, Ljung T, Währborg P and Wallin A. Cognitive impairment in patients with stress-related exhaustion 
Stress, Mars 2013

Glise K, Ahlborg G Jr and Jonsdottir I.H. Course of mental illness in patients with stress-related exhaustion. Does gender and age make a difference? BMC Psychiatry, Mars 2012

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

Jonsdottir IH, Hägg DA, Glise K, Ekman R. Monocyte chemotactic protein-1 (MCP-1) and growth factors called into question as markers of prolonged psychosocial stress. 
PLoS One, November 2009

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