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PROFRES keynote-talere

Vi benytter sentrale nasjonale og internasjonale keynote-talere til PROFRES ph.d.-kurs, workshop og symposium. Disse forskerne er benyttet ved ulike PROFRES arrangement i løpet av 2014, 2015 og 2016.

  • Per Nilsen

    Per Nilsen

    Per Nilsen is a Professor of Social Medicine and Public Health, with a particular focus on implementation science, at Linköping University, Sweden. He heads a research group which conducts research on implementation of evidence-based practices in health care and community settings to achieve better patient and population health. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Implementation and implementation research, 8-9 March 2016,  with his presentation Theory use in implementation research and Challenges in implementation. 

  • Eivind Engebretsen

    Eivind Engebretsen

    Eivind Engebretsen is Professor, Department of Health Sciences and Research Director at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. His field of research is the social epistemology of medical knowledge, i.e. how such knowledge is generated, used, documented, evaluated and exchanged throughout society. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Implementation and implementation research, 8-9 March 2016,  with his video-presentation The philosophical foundations of implementation research.

  • Lars Klemsdal

    Lars Klemsdal

    Lars Klemsdal is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social Science, University of Stavanger. His area of research is organizational sociology and theory, management of change and development and reforms in the public sector. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Implementation and implementation research, 8-9 March 2016,  with his presentation Implementation as sense-making and learning.
     

  • Birgitte Graverholt

    Birgitte Graverholt

    Birgitte Graverholt is Associate Professor and has her professional background as nurse. She is Head of Centre for Evidence-based Practice at Bergen University College.  She was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Implementation and implementation research, 8-9 March 2016,  with her presentation Itroduction to evidence-based practice and systematic views as fundament of decision-making.

  • Sigrun Ertesvåg

    Sigrun Ertesvåg

    Sigrun Ertesvåg is Professor of educational psychology at the Norwegian Center for learning environment and Behavioral Research in Education. She was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Implementation and implementation research, 8-9 March 2016,  with her presentation Design - and methodological challenges in research on implementation processes.

  • Kristin Hjorthaug Urstad

    Kristin Hjorthaug Urstad

    Kristin Hjorthaug Urstad is Associate professor at the University of Stavanger. She was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Implementation and implementation research, 8-9 March 2016,  with her presentation Evidence based implementation of instruction and councelling of patients who have undergone renal transplantation.

  • Tom Tiller

    Tom Tiller

    Tom Tiller is Professor at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PROFRES seminar on Practice-relevant research, 7 October 2015 with his presentation on Action  Research.

  • Lars Uggerhøj

    Lars Uggerhøj

    Lars Uggerhøj is Professor of social work at Aalborg University. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PROFRES seminar on Practice-relevant research, 7 October 2015 with his presentation What is Practice Research - possibilities and barriers in practice research approaches. 

  • Marcus Knutagård

    Marcus Knutagård

    Marcus Knutagår, PhD, Associate Professor at Socialhögskolan, Lunds universitet. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PROFRES Symposia User-perspectives in research and professional practice , 6 October 2015, with his presentation Welfare innovation - mending the gap.

  • Johans Sandvin

    Johans Sandvin

    Johans Tveit Sandvin is Professor in sociology at the Faculty of Social Science, University of Nordland. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Perspectives on the constitution and development of practical knowledge for changing professions, 10-11 March 2015 with his presentation Praxis and networks. He also participated at the PROFRES Symposia User-perspectives in research and professional practice, 6 October 2015 with his presentation Citizenship and User-involvement.

  • Steen Wackerhausen

    Steen Wackerhausen

    Steen Wackerhausen, Professor in philosophy at both Aarhus University in Denmark and UiN in Norway. He was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Perspectives on the constitution and development of practical knowledge for changing professions, 10-11 March 2015 with his presentation Practical knowledge and evidence-based practice.

  • Jonna Lappalainen

    Jonna Lappalainen

    Jonna Lappalainen, Associate Professor, director and lecturer at the Center for practical knowledge, Södertörn University. She was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Perspectives on the constitution and development of practical knowledge for changing professions, 10-11 March 2015 with her presentation Practical knowledge and ethics. 

  • Eva Schwarz

    Eva Schwarz

    Eva Schwarz, Accociate professor with PhD in Philosoph, is working as a senior lecturer and researcher at the Center for Studies in Practical Knowledge at Södertörn University. She was one of the keynote speakers at the PhD course Perspectives on the constitution and development of practical knowledge for changing professions, 10-11 March 2015 with her presentation Practical Knowledge and knowledge constitution.

  • Emeritus Professor Hugh Barr

    Hugh Barr

    Hugh Barr, MPhil, PhD, is Emeritus Professor of Interprofessional Education and Honorary Fellow at the University of Westminster with visiting chairs currently in the same field at Curtin in Western Australia and Kingston with St George’s University of London, Greenwich and Suffolk in the UK. Professor Barr was keynote speaker at the PhD course Collaborative work in changing environments – interprofessional and interorganisational collaboration 14-15 October with his presentation Towards closer collaboration in education, practice and research.

  • Professor John Carpenter

    John Carpenter

    John Carpenter is Professor of Social Work and Applied Social Science, School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol. Prof. Carpenter has over many years carried out research for the Department of Health in England on de-institutionalisation and multidisciplinary community services for adults with serious mental illness, violent mentally disordered offenders and assertive outreach teams. He was keynote speaker at the PhD course Collaborative work in changing environments – interprofessional and interorganisational collaboration 14-15 October with his presentation Grounding interagency collaboration in evidence.  
     

  • Dr. Sarah Hean

    Sarah Hean

    Dr. Sarah Hean is an EU funded Marie Curie-Sklodowska Fellow at the University of Stavanger and Associate Professor at Bournemouth University, UK. Dr. Hean was one of the keynote speaker at the PhD course Collaborative work in changing environments – interprofessional and interorganisational collaboration 14-15 October with her presentation Theoretical quality and competence in Interprofessional and Collaborative Practice.
     

  • Professor Atle Ødegård

    Atle Ødegård

    Atle Ødegård is a clinical psychologist and Professor in interprofessional collaboration at Molde University College. Ødegård holds a Prof II position at the Centre of Innovation research at the University of Stavanger. He was one of the organizers and keynote speakers at the PhD course Collaborative work in changing environments – interprofessional and interorganisational collaboration 14-15 October. 

  • Professor Martin Gjelsvik

    Martin Gjelsvik

    Gjelsvik is Research Manager at IRIS and holds a Prof II position at the Centre of Innovation research at the University of Stavanger. Gjelsvik was keynote speaker at the PhD course Collaborative work in changing environments – interprofessional and interorganisational collaboration 14-15 October with his presentation Collaborating for innovation – the role of leadership.

  • Med. dr. universitetslektor Kerstin Ulin

    Kerstin Ulin

    Ulin er sykepleier og med.dr. universitetslektor i vårdpedagogik vid Institutionen för vårdvetenskap och hälsa, Sahlgrenska akademin, Göteborgs universitet. Hun deltok under PROFRES Symposiet Profesjonell praksis i endring 3. september på UiS med presentasjonen Person-centrering inom Hälso-och sjukvård- Innovation och implementering i klinisk praxis.

     

  • Professor Katrin Hjort

    Katrin Hjort

    Hjort er dr. phil. i uddannelsesvidenskab samt mag.art. i litteratur og psykologi. Hun er professor i pædagogik ved Institut for Kulturvidenskaber, Syddansk Universitet, Danmark. Hjort er også professor II i profesjonsstudier ved UiA. Hun deltok under PROFRES Symposiet Profesjonell praksis i endring 3. september på UiS, med presentasjonen Ændringer i arbejdet med mennesker – kvinders omsorg, professionel velfærd og affektivt arbejde.

  • Professor emeritus Anders Lindseth

    Anders Lindseth

    Anders Lindseth er professor emeritus ved Senter for praktisk kunnskap, Universitetet i Nordland. Lindseth deltok under PROFRES Symposiet Profesjonell praksis i endring 3. september på UiS, med presentasjonen Hvordan utvikle praktisk kunnskap gjennom forskning?

  • Professor Jens-Christian Smeby

    Jens-Christian Smeby

    Smeby er professor og stedfortredende leder ved Senter for profesjonsstudier, Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus. Smeby deltok under PROFRES Symposiet Profesjonell praksis i endring 3. september på UiS med presentasjonen Kjennetegn ved profesjonell kunnskap og ekspertise.