1. Dahlberg, K., Dahlberg, H. & Nystro¨m, M. (2008). Reflective Lifeworld Research. Lund: Studentlitteratur.
2. The philosophical analysis has partly been carried out a in a collaborative research project that involves Bournemouth university, UK and Va¨xjo¨ University, Sweden, and have been previously published in Todres, L., Galvin, K. & Dahlberg, K. 2007. Lifeworld-led healthcare: revisiting a humanising philosophy that integrates emerging trends. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy, 10, 53 63. Dahlberg, K., Todres, L. & Galvin, K. 2009. Lifeworld-led healthcare is more than patient-led care: an existential view of wellbeing. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy.
3. Cf. Smith, S. J. & Lloyd, R. J. 2006. Promoting vitality in health and physical education. Qualitative Health Research: An International, Interdisciplinary Journal, 16(2), 245 267.
4. Biology is important for the understanding of health, and biological health is the core of medicine. The meaning of biological health must be included in the clinical practice of caring science, but is not included in a caring science theory, that is existentially based.