SHARE – Senter for kvalitet og sikkerhet i helsetjenesten
The PhD programme in Health and Medicine is a doctoral programme at the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Our research explores factors that can affect health and participation in schools and workplaces, an
The aim of our interdisciplinary research is to develop new knowledge of relational work in health a
We develop knowledge that examines the effect of digital learning resources and simulation on qualit
The network brings together researchers, clinical practitioners, and representatives of other stakeh
Health-promoting perspectives are becoming increasingly important for people living with various hea
Effective teamwork and sufficient communication are critical components essential to patient safety
The symposium is held 23-24 November 2021.
In the eHealth @ Hospital-2-Home project, a digital health service for chronically ill patients will
UiS researchers at the Faculty of Health has identified the urgent need to develop an educational pr
How do microbes affect human health, animal health and food security?
In this new paper, researcher at the University of Stavanger explore the associations between burden
This year we are introducing our webinar series as part of the project Caring Futures.
Health and social services in Norway have adapted recovery as base for the mental health and substan
This free-standing research course (10 ECTS) will be provided with experts in the field in a flexibl
The project aims to strengthen the capacity and quality of nursing and midwifery education at partne
COVCOM aims to develop effective, evidence-based video communication for translating complex but imp
SAFETY is an Erasmus+ project aiming at assessing the gap between theoretical and practical knowledg
The research group lead by Hanne R. Hagland studies metabolic flexibility in cell systems.
The Pumps and Pipes initiative fosters collaboration and transfer of knowledge between oil and gas a
How do migrant nursing home staff relate to religion in their work with patients who are approaching
A study showed that 15 % of the employees had high-strain jobs.
With an expanded model for IPS, 63% of people with severe mental illness who were unemployed found a
A review of research conducted on more than 92 000 employees in 15 countries suggests that employees