Of course Research Gate comes with plenty of caveats, such as the fact that most researchers go to the actual journals website rather than Research Gate to find articles to read.However it’s easy to read the numbers off of Research Gate, so that’s what I use.Meaning that I have enough publications, barely, to apply for docent.
Before being interviewed by a national news program, Rapport.
It was further promoted by different organizations, such as Män för Jämställdhet. What was really cool was that Sven Bremberg was asked by Acta Paediatrica to write an editorial which he called So I had my 15 minutes of fame.
Therefore, I have (15/2) (30/2) 15 (15/2) = 45 hours of supervision.
Theses 2-4 are currently being revised for publication!
While I had a few hours here and there, such as in Brain Development or Sexual for Psychologists and Reproductive Health for Midwifery students, my main group of teaching hours came from giving guest lectures in the Epidemiology masters track in a course called Applied Epidemiology 3- Methods for outcome Evaluation of Public Health interventions. In addition to teaching, I also supervised four midwifery students as they completed two theses.
Two of these were in the spring of 2017, while the other two were in the fall of 2017.
According to Scholar Google, in 2016, I had a total of 116 citations, but by the end of 2017, I had 194.
My h-index also increased from a 6 to a 9 and my i-index from a 5 to a 9.
I thought enough nuance was lost when publishing it, as word counts affected how many details I could say.
But trying to make a 5 minute video left very little room for nuance.
So perhaps more news on them in the 2018 year in review 🙂 Therefore, in total, I have 62 hours of classroom teaching time, as well as 45 hours of supervision time.