Janet Mattsson have specifically devoted her research to complex care situations and pedagogical encounters such as how she learnt and what they learnt in clinical practice from a multimodal perspective, as well as the interaction school, clinic, student. Her field is within the pediatric intensive care context. Her research is interdisciplinary between nursing and medical education. Theoretically, she is anchored in pedagogical theories and nursing theories, especially Patricia Benner’s thoughts on holistic nursing have been of great importance to her. Methodologically, her research primarily derives from a qualitative approach with phenomenology and interpretative phenomenology as foundation. Data collection takes place through interviews, participatory observations and action research in various care-related contexts.