PhD student at CAMES
Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynaecology
No. of publications: 3
Keywords: Assessment; Invasive fetal medicine procedures; curriculum development.
Vilma Louise Johnsson focuses on training and assessment of invasive fetal medicine procedures. With a Delphi-study, she aims to achieve consensus on the content of a curriculum for CVS/AC training as well as items to be included in an assessment tool to assess trainees performance.
She aims to collect validity evidence for the use and interpretation of the assessment tool from current study and automatic performance scores based on motion analysis. Furthermore, she plans to do a transferstudy to investigate the impact of context variation during training.
Johnsson V, Tolsgaard M, Hyett J, Gembruch U, Windrim R, Khalil A, Tiblad E, Slaghekke F, Paladini D, Nayahangan L, Sundberg KM, Nørgaard LN, Petersen OB. Consensus on Training and Assessment of Competence in Performing Chorionic Villus Sampling and Amniocentesis: An International Delphi Survey. Fetal Diagn Ther. 2021;48(10):720-737.
Johnsson VL, Pedersen NG, Worda K, et al. Plasma progesterone, estradiol, and unconjugated estriol concentrations in twin pregnancies: Relation with cervical length and preterm delivery. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2019;98(1):86-94.
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