Research domain: Sustainable growth
Within the research domain of Sustainable Growth, researchers and PhD students with different knowledge perspectives are brought together to conduct studies intended to increase knowledge on how children and young people’s health, well-being and conditions for growth can be promoted.
The aim of the research is to contribute knowledge and understanding to children’s and young people’s health, well-being and conditions for growth, and what this entails for both young people’s conditions during adolescence and in the future, as well as the challenges facing society in the area of health and welfare.
The research domain includes the following project clusters:
- Growth patterns and lifestyle
- Quality and rights within care
- Life opportunities, school and education
- Conditions for growth and quality of life
The Field Leader is Maria Nyholm, Senior Lecturer in Public Health.