Anna Åkerberg is a PhD-student in Health and Welfare at the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering at Mälardalen University, Västerås. She holds a Master Degree in Public Health Science and has been working in the Health Technology are since 2011. As a Public Health Scientist, her goal is to promote health and prevent disease, and she is intrested in how to use technology for promotion of health, starting from the user perspective and including measurements and encouragements of physical activity. The overarching aim, from a public health perspective, is to promote health and to prevent disease.
Evaluation of the IngVaL Pedobarography System for Monitoring of Walking Speed (May 2018) Per Hellström, Anna Åkerberg, Martin Ekström, Mia Folke Healthcare Informatics Research (HIR)
The relevence of the user perspective in a project within health technology (Oct 2017) Anna Åkerberg, Maria Lindén Medicinteknikdagarna 2017 (MTD 2017)
Technologies for physical activity self-monitoring: a study of differences between users and non-users (Feb 2017) Anna Åkerberg, Anne Söderlund, Maria Lindén Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine (OAJSM)
Walking Intensity Estimation with a Portable Pedobarography System (May 2016) Per Hellström, Anna Åkerberg, Martin Ekström, Mia Folke 13th International Conference on Wearable Micro and Nano Technologies for Personalized Health (pHealth 2016)
Investigation of the validity and reliability of a smartphone pedometer application (May 2016) Anna Åkerberg, Anne Söderlund, Maria Lindén European Journal of Physiotherapy (EJP)
Posture Sensor as Feedback when Lifting Weights (Jun 2015) Per Hellström, Anna Åkerberg, Mia Folke 4th International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (ICAMPAM 2015)