Projects in Progress

Rehabilitation, by its nature, is multidimensional. Therefore, there is a wide variety of research topics within the field. This is reflected in the research projects currently under way at Reykjalundur. Research at Reykjalundur complies with specific rules about research. In particular, there is an emphasis on the rights of participants and the importance of having all required permissions prior to starting the project.

Research projects currently under way:

  1. Results of a follow-up of a cognitive behavioural interventions based on mindfulness
    Principal Investigator: Inga Hrefna Jónsdóttir, Chief Psychologist
  2. Further Development of the Occupational Self Assessment Scale (OSA)
    Principal Investigator: Margrét Sigurðardóttir occupational therapist
  3. Individual experiences of multimodal rehabilitation
    Joint project between Reykjalundur and Akureyri University
    Principal Investigator: Guðrún Pálmadóttir, Associate Professor, University of Akureyri
  4. Individuals with functional symptoms: Clinical presentation, rehabilitation outcomes and future prognosis
    Principal Investigator: Guðrún Karlsdóttir, Medical Director, Neurological Rehabilitation
  5. Impact of rehabilitation on sleep in women with arthritis
    Principal Investigator: Marta Guðjónsdóttir, physiologist and Research Manager
  6. Results from the treatment of tobacco addiction at Reykjalundur
    Principal Investigator: Jónína Sigurgeirsdóttir, nurse and Quality Manager