Since PhD-graduation in November 2011 Nordgreen have been actively involved in scientific publications, grant applications, supervision of students on a master and PhD level. Nordgreen is leading a 1-year continued education program in self-help and internet-based treatment and introduced Internet-based treatment in the training of psychologists at the University of Bergen. She has since 2012, as the principle investigator, received funding from different sources (scientific programs, health authorities and innovation programs). The common goals of the grant applications and projects have been to develop innovative ways of delivering evidence-based Internet-based treatment. Please see Intromat for more information rearding the most recent project funded by ICTPplus Lighthouse. The projects she has chaired have received national and regional awards for innovative use of ICT within the health-setting.
The results from her research have been implemented in routine care in western and eastern Norway in primary and secondary care services (www.emeistring.no). Nordgreen is an elected member of the eHealth Task Force of the European Federation of Psychological Associations.