Defence of doctoral thesis Linjun Shi
Linjun Shi (Athena) defence her thesis in Disability Research. Title of doctoral thesis: Participation in everyday activities for children with intellectual disability in mainland China–The Development, verification and application of the instrument ‘Picture My Participation"
Report from a fruitful visit at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Maria Björk and Karina Huus from the School of Health and Welfare, Department of Nursing have in the first week of October visited the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. They encountered a sunny warm and welcoming campus. During the visit they met a lot of colleagues from different departments to discuss collaboration both within research and education.
Meeting in South Africa within strategic alliance for research
Four representatives from Jönköping University have visited South Africa to participate in strategic meetings and conferences within SASUF, an internationalization project where 38 universities in Sweden and South Africa have joined together with the aim of strengthening each other.
Belgian professor highlighted global perspectives in specialist dentistry
The CHILD researchers have had a visit from long-term collaboration partner Professor Luc Marks from Belgium. From a lifetime of experience, he shared a global perspective on specialist dental care for children and young people with a disability during a seminar.
Children with Disabilities can Participate in the Planning of Habilitation if the methods and knowledge of the Staff are Improved