Doctoral course HT 2022: Challenges in research on health and welfare technology: from user needs to sustainable implementation
Challenges in research on health and welfare technology: from user needs to sustainable implementation gives 7.5 credits and is given digitally at one-quarter-time. The course is a collaboration between Jönköping University, Halmstad University och Mälardalen University.
This PhD-level course provides a broad introduction to theories and methods within co-production and participatory research design as well as 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 their 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 setting and convey in-depth knowledge of theories, models and research methods that are of practical use in the PhD students own research.
- The complexity in research on health and welfare technology
- Theories, models and research methods within co-production and participatory research
- Theories, models and research methods within implementation research
- The process from needs to implementation
- Ethical approaches
The course is planned to start w. 40 2022 - w. 8 2023 and will be given digitally.
The application will open 1/1-2022 and close 31/5-2022.
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