Anette Arnesen Grønlie

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Academic interests

  • Implementation research

  • Intervention research

  • Child and adolescent mental health

  • Prevention science

PhD Project

Støtte til mestring (STM) / Supportive Parents - Coping Kids (SPARCK) is a preventive parent training intervention, aimed at parents of children (4 to 12 years) with elevated, yet sub clinical, levels of internalizing and/or externalizing symptoms. The intervention is designed to give tailored support to families with children showing early signs of anxiety, depression, conduct problems, cooperation challenges, or a combination of these. Between 2018 and 2021 SPARCK was developed, tested in a pilot study and optimized in two cycles using a mixed methods design, in collaboration with seven Norwegian municipalities. The overarching aim is to develop an effective, flexible and usable intervention, which takes the needs and contexts of both families and primary care service providers into account. SPARCK will be evaluated in a larger effectiveness study, in close collaboration with stakeholders and end users.  

In addition to testing the intervention’s clinical effect, we will also study barriers and facilitators to successful and sustainable implementation of SPARCK, in a hybrid effectiveness and implementation study. My PhD project is mainly on the implementation part of the project, and involves studying implementation factors and strategies of SPARCK, aiming for an effective, usable and sustainable intervention.

Background

  • From 2021: PhD candidate, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo and the Norwegian Center for Child Behavioral Development (NUBU)

  • Senior Adviser at NUBU since 2010

  • Research assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, 2009/2010

  • Master in Psychology, University of Oslo, 2009

  • Bachelor in Psychology, University of Oslo, 2007

Funding and collaboration

My PhD project is financed by the NUBU and is part of the research project Supportive Parents - Coping Kids (SPARCK).

Supervisors

Main supervisor and PI on SPARCK: Truls Tømmerås (NUBU)

Co-supervisor: Ragnhild Bang Nes (UiO / FHI)

Tags: Developmental psychology, Health psychology, Preventive psychology

Publications

  • Grønlie, Anette Arnesen; Apeland, Anett Kristin; Askeland, Elisabeth & Christiansen, Terje (2016). Hvor godt predikerer to spørsmål barns risiko for problematferd? Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. ISSN 0332-6470. 53(4), p. 269–275.
  • Grønlie, Anette Arnesen & Dageid, Wenche (2016). Subjective Well-Being Among HIV-Positive South Africans: The Influence of Resilience and Social Capital. Social Indicators Research. ISSN 0303-8300. p. 1–18. doi: 10.1007/s11205-016-1280-y.
  • Dageid, Wenche & Grønlie, Anette Arnesen (2015). The associations between resilience, social capital and self-rated health among HIV-positive South Africans. Journal of Health Psychology. ISSN 1359-1053. 20(11), p. 1463–1473. doi: 10.1177/1359105313513623.
  • Dageid, Wenche & Grønlie, Anette Arnesen (2015). MEASURING RESILIENCE AND ITS ASSOCIATION TO SOCIAL CAPITAL AMONG HIV-POSITIVE SOOUTH AFRICANS LIVING IN A CONTEXT OF ADVERSITY. Journal of Community Psychology. ISSN 0090-4392. 43(7), p. 832–848. doi: 10.1002/jcop.21710.
  • Dageid, Wenche & Grønlie, Anette Arnesen (2013). The associations between resilience, social capital and self-rated health among HIV-positive South Africans. Journal of Health Psychology. ISSN 1359-1053. doi: 10.1177/1359105313513623.

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