National PhD course – Challenges in research on health and welfare technology: from user needs to sustainable implementation

This digital 7.5 credits, one-quarter time PhD-level course provides a broad introduction to health and welfare technology, and theories and methods within co-production and participatory research design, and within implementation research.

PhD-students will deepen their knowledge of and acquire analytical and critical approaches to current research within health and welfare technology, using current challenges as point of departure. The general learning outcomes of the course are that the PhD-students will deepen their knowledge of the complexity in implementation of health and welfare technology in different settings and convey in-depth knowledge of theories, models and research methods that are of practical use in the PhD-students’ own research.

The course is planned for week 40 2023–week 8 2024 and will be given digitally. Registration will open 1 January 2023 and final registration date will be 31 May 2023.

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