Artificial Intelligence och Intelligent Systems
Behavioral medicine, health and lifestyle (BeMe-Health)
Care, Recovery and Health
ChiP - Children’s rights to health, protection, promotion and participation
Co-production research in health and welfare
Learning and Optimisation
Sustainable lifestyle and health from a public health perspective
Sustainable working life
The research group for studies in democracy, power and citizenship (DEM)
Normcritical perspectives in the research into social vulnerability
Person-centred care and communication
Prolonged independent life
Metasynthesis on recovery
The project aims to integrating findings from qualitative studies in order to promote a deeper understanding of the meaning of recovery.
By synthesizing results of qualitative studies it is possible to explore the meaning that is attributed to recovery in different contexts, and thus also develop an in-depth understanding of the process of recovery. In the first stage our research, which is conducted by several minor constellations of researchers in our group, focuses on patients' experiences of recovery in different contexts. The results are expected to contribute knowledge that can form the basis for further research on how recovery can be promoted.
The objective is to create a basis for further research on how recovery can be promoted in different clinical contexts