Inger Schou Bredal
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Publications 2014

Steindal SA, Bredal IS, Ranhoff AH, Sørbye LW, Lerdal A (2014)
The last three days of life: a comparison of pain management in the young old and the oldest old hospitalised patients using the Resident Assessment Instrument for Palliative Care
Int J Older People Nurs, 10 (4), 263-72
PubMed 25418556

Publications 2013

Hovind IL, Bredal IS, Dihle A (2013)
Women's experience of acute and chronic pain following breast cancer surgery
J Clin Nurs, 22 (7-8), 1044-52
PubMed 23480500

Publications 2012

Steindal SA, Ranhoff AH, Bredal IS, Sørbye LW, Lerdal A (2012)
Last three days of life in the hospital: a comparison of symptoms, signs and treatments in the young old and the oldest old patients using the Resident assessment instrument for palliative care
Int J Older People Nurs, 8 (3), 199-206
PubMed 22329702

Publications 2011

Stafseth SK, Solms D, Bredal IS (2011)
The characterisation of workloads and nursing staff allocation in intensive care units: a descriptive study using the Nursing Activities Score for the first time in Norway
Intensive Crit Care Nurs, 27 (5), 290-4
PubMed 21871805

Steindal SA, Bredal IS, Sørbye LW, Lerdal A (2011)
Pain control at the end of life: a comparative study of hospitalized cancer and noncancer patients
Scand J Caring Sci, 25 (4), 771-9
PubMed 21564152

Steindal SA, Sørbye LW, Bredal IS, Lerdal A (2011)
Agreement in documentation of symptoms, clinical signs, and treatment at the end of life: a comparison of data retrieved from nurse interviews and electronic patient records using the Resident Assessment Instrument for Palliative Care
J Clin Nurs, 21 (9-10), 1416-24
PubMed 22023535

Tøien K, Bredal IS, Skogstad L, Myhren H, Ekeberg O (2011)
Health related quality of life in trauma patients. Data from a one-year follow up study compared with the general population
Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med, 19, 22
PubMed 21477280

Publications 2010

Bredal IS (2010)
The Norwegian version of the Mini-Mental Adjustment to Cancer Scale: factor structure and psychometric properties
Psychooncology, 19 (2), 216-21
PubMed 19378351

Bredal IS, Sandvik L, Karesen R, Ekeberg O (2010)
Prognostic value of health-related quality-of-life parameters in early-stage breast cancer: an 8-year follow-up study
Psychooncology, 20 (10), 1102-7
PubMed 20737644

Tøien K, Myhren H, Bredal IS, Skogstad L, Sandvik L, Ekeberg Ø (2010)
Psychological distress after severe trauma: a prospective 1-year follow-up study of a trauma intensive care unit population
J Trauma, 69 (6), 1552-9
PubMed 20664371

Publications 2008

Schou I, Ekeberg O, Karesen R, Sorensen E (2008)
Psychosocial intervention as a component of routine breast cancer care-who participates and does it help?
Psychooncology, 17 (7), 716-20
PubMed 18033695

Publications 2005

Schou I, Ekeberg Ø, Ruland CM (2005)
The mediating role of appraisal and coping in the relationship between optimism-pessimism and quality of life
Psychooncology, 14 (9), 718-27
PubMed 15669084

Schou I, Ekeberg Ø, Sandvik L, Hjermstad MJ, Ruland CM (2005)
Multiple predictors of health-related quality of life in early stage breast cancer. Data from a year follow-up study compared with the general population
Qual Life Res, 14 (8), 1813-23
PubMed 16155769

Schou I, Ekeberg Ø, Sandvik L, Ruland CM (2005)
Stability in optimism-pessimism in relation to bad news: a study of women with breast cancer
J Pers Assess, 84 (2), 148-54
PubMed 15799889

Publications 2004

Schou I, Ekeberg Ø, Ruland CM, Sandvik L, Kåresen R (2004)
Pessimism as a predictor of emotional morbidity one year following breast cancer surgery
Psychooncology, 13 (5), 309-20
PubMed 15133772

Publications 2002

Schou I, Ekeberg Ø, Ruland CM, Kåresen R (2002)
Do women newly diagnosed with breast cancer and consulting surgeon assess decision-making equally?
Breast, 11 (5), 434-41
PubMed 14965708

Publications 1999

Schou I, Kåresen R, Lensby A (1999)
[Follow-up of women surgically treated for breast cancer]
Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 119 (24), 3567-9
PubMed 10563173