Isis Amer-Wåhlin, MD, PhD is a lecturer at the Perinatal Center, Department of Women and Child Health, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm (www.ki.se). She has long professional experience as a health care professional in Ob&Gyn as well as undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. She has actively participated in implementing new working strategies in obstetrics in several centers and is internationally requested as a lecturer in the field of obstetrics and patient safety.
The main research fields are related to medical technology and intervention decisions in obstetrics and she is a PhD from Lund University on a thesis evaluating new technology for intrapartum monitoring. The clinical research is in the field of perinatal medicine focusing on fetal monitoring during birth and the use of fetal ECG. She is a visiting professor in Lund University’s Master’s Programme in Human Factors and System Safety. Her research is trans‐disciplinary and oriented towards enhancing safety in healthcare.
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