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Education in health innovation

Health Innovation at Halmstad University is a university wide concept where selectable courses in health innovation are offered at Bachelor, Master, and doctoral level. These courses are cross-programme and can be read by all students at Halmstad University.

Health Innovation I – theory and methods 7.5 credits

This autumn the Master course Health Innovation I – theory and methods (7.5 credits) starts and it is open for application to Master and doctoral students from all programmes. You can also apply to the course as a stand-alone course. The course is a unique possibility for those who want to profile their education.

When you add the course Health Innovation I – theory and methods and Health Innovation II – perspective as well as an examination paper with health innovation orientation to your education, you can get a health innovation orientation to you Master’s degree regardless of what your degree programme is. Your examination paper will be supervised by a supervisor from your programme as well as a supervisor from health innovation. This will make your degree unique in a field that is important and in high demand.

More information will follow.

Aside from these courses, HISS (Health Innovation Summer School) is arranged in collaboration with Uppsala University. The target group is Master's students, doctoral students and young researchers. HISS has been developed with an international and interdisciplinary perspective.

Specific health innovation elements

Aside from the cross-programme education, there are health innovation elements within the educational programmes which are adapted after the programmes' orientation. For example, Digital Design and Innovation arranges design projects in collaboration with external enterprises and organisations, in their digital design studio.

Updated 2017-07-10