Dr. Janet Mattsson is an Associate professor at the Red Cross University College and nursing care developer at the children’s preoperative and intensive care department at Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm Sweden. Her research mainly involves people's active participation and participation from a nursing and health perspective in a high-tech environment. I explore how technological development and digitization affect learning, health care and health in everyday life, for professions, institutions and society. Researching how technological development affects learning, health and health means she is interested in interactive processes that take place in a high-tech environment for longer or shorter time and what this means for nursing development in education, clinics and homes. She is also a research group leader for the research group MENT, Medical Education and Nursing Care in Technological environments, which is part of the Research Council of the Red Cross University of Health and Technical Development. Currently, she is a research leader for the project "See Me, Listen to Me, Meet Me", which focuses on the ability of children, parents and employees to participate, self-determination and learning in different clinical contexts and from different actors’ perspectives.