Ann-Christine Andersson hold a position as associate professor, researcher and senior lecturer at the Jönköping Academy for Improvement of Health and Welfare, School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University, Jönköping, Sweden.
Ann-Christine’s research topic and interest are about Quality Improvement, organizational development and leadership within Health and Welfare organizations.
Ann-Christine’s research is interdisciplinary within the area of Quality Improvement and includes organizational perspectives and introduction of new regulations and collaboration, as well as more person-centered research about co-production and co-design. She defended her thesis: Quality Improvement in Healthcare: Experiences from a Swedish County Council Initiative, 2013 at the institute of technology, Linköping University. She is supervising PhD students from different fields, leadership and adult development, learning and sensemaking, quality management, national quality registers research, migration, and introduction and use of e-health systems in psychiatry, all focusing on research about quality improvement and co-production. She is also engaged in research projects in collaboration with other organizations
and Universities, both in Sweden and abroad. Ann-Christine teach and supervise students in the master program Quality Improvement and Leadership of Health and Welfare as well as other educations. She is an engaged lecturer, both inside the University, towards other Universities and external organizations and authorities. In cooperation with the NHS in UK, she was part of developing a MOOC in quality improvement, and has a broad range of national and international contacts and engagements.