Area of interest
Work disability | Vocational rehabilitation | Evidence synthesis | Health economy
Alexander is a PhD student at the Faculty of Health Sciences at Oslo Metropolitan University. He completed his Master’s degree in Physiotherapy in 2017 at Oslo Metropolitan University. He has experience as a physiotherapist in primary care, and as a researcher at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
Alexander’s PhD research focus on effectiveness and health economy aspects of vocational rehabilitation. Currently, he is investigating the effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation with evidence synthesis and the health economy of motivational interviewing and a stratified vocational advice intervention on return to work in the MI-NAV study.
Follow Alexander's research work on Researchgate.
Work disability and musculoskeletal pain
Can Motivational Interviewing facilitate Return-to-Work in sick-listed people with musculoskeletal disorders? Read more about the project here.