Meghan Bradway now holds a Doctorate degree in Health Sciences


Meghan Bradway received her Doctorate PhD in Health Sciences on March 12, 2021. She defended her dissertation at UiT The Arctic University of Norway.

From left to right: Associate Professor Stein Olav Skrøvseth (Dissertation Chair), Associate Professor Rune Pedersen (Chair of the Assessment Committee), Principal Adviser – Professor Eirik Årsand and Dr. Meghan Bradway. Photo: Hasse Berntsen
From left to right: Associate Professor Stein Olav Skrøvseth (Dissertation Chair), Associate Professor Rune Pedersen (Chair of the Assessment Committee), Principal Adviser – Professor Eirik Årsand and Dr. Meghan Bradway. Photo: Hasse Berntsen

Mobile health technology is evolving at record speed. Bradway's doctoral dissertation is about how health researchers must adapt to the ever-changing and rapid development that mobile health technology constitutes. - And that in turn also changes the way we do health research, says a very happy Meghan Bradway who has now been appointed Doctor of Health Sciences.

She defended her dissertation: mHealth: opportunities and challenges for health intervention research. You can submerge yourself in her doctoral thesis here.

- I am of course happy and a little tired. It has not struck me yet that I can call myself a doctor now. I think I defended my dissertation well. In fact, I would go so far as to say that I had fun despite all the nerves underneath. My opponents asked constructive and interesting questions, and we had a good discussion, says a very happy Bradway.

Recording of the dissertation will be available for one month here.

Meghan is a researcher at The Norwegian Centre for E-Health Research.

We congratulate her very much!