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2020-10-02

International research webinar series on health and welfare technology

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Mälardalens University has initiated and hosts unique international research webinar series on health and welfare technology. The aim of these webinars is to increase research capacity in health and welfare technology and get inspired by the international research.

Stay tuned and book your calendar- Every first Thursday in a month, at 15.00-16.00 (CET).

Do not miss the first webinar on 8th October 15.00-16.00 (CET):

What is evidence? Addressing evidence in health and welfare technology interventions - different perspectives.

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Health systems are facing huge challenges of growing aging population, unexpected global challenges, decreasing numbers of health and care workers and budget constraints. Thus, new technologic solutions are increasingly needed to promote health and wellbeing, prevent ill-health and enable efficient provision of health and social care services.

Health and welfare technology is a relatively new research area and requires shifting mindsets away from traditional methods and ways of conducting research. It is no longer about competition, It is about collaborations, mutual learning and co-production of scientific knowledge. Thus, no single scientist can do it alone! HWT research requires broad collaborations of multi-professional and multidisciplinary scientific teams across public and private sectors.

HWT international webinar 2020;1: What is evidence?

  • 2020-10-08 15:00–16:00
Zoom
This webinar is part of the Health and Welfare technology research webinar series, hosted by Professor Sarah Wamala Andersson. Topic: What is evidence? Addressing evidence in health and welfare technology interventions - different perspectives.

Contact

Professor

Sarah Wamala Andersson

+46214806973

sarah.wamala.andersson@mdh.se