Knowledge is most valuable when it is shared generously – read the annual report for Centre for Resilience in Healthcare.
In 2022 there has been a high activity level in terms of application for funding, mobility, internationalization, and strategic efforts to position the Centre in the forefront of the research field.
About SHARE – Centre for Resilience in Healthcare
The Centre for Resilience in Healthcare (SHARE) is currently one of eight research centres at the University of Stavanger (UiS). The Centre was established in 2017 at the Faculty of Health Sciences. Together with the national partner at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gjøvik (NTNU Gjøvik) it constitutes Norway’s largest research group studying quality and safety in healthcare.
SHARE is a multidisciplinary Centre with over 70 researchers affiliated including nurses, medical doctors, psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapist, lawyers, sociologist, engineers, radiographers, and safety scientists.
The Centre’s main pillar is the solid base of PhD scholars conducting research in areas such as interdisciplinary teamwork, co-production, involvement, telecare, regulation, evaluation of improvement measures, and analysis of healthcare processes. Many of the PhD scholars apply a resilience perspective to their research topics. Currently, SHARE has 35 ongoing PhD projects.
SHARE’s revenue is based on two components: basic funding from the University of Stavanger and reallocated overhead funds from externally funded research projects affiliated with SHARE.
Find more information about the centre's financial status here.
Patients and families engaged in resilient healthcare systems
Patients and their families contribute to the resilience of healthcare systems. This is particularly evident as global h...
Greater focus on the role of informal caregivers
Maja Hassel, next of kin and caregiver, thinks this year’s conference theme "Caregivers - from extra work to sound invol...
Two worlds colliding: exploring the boundaries between system resilience and individual resilience
A recent webinar organised by the Resilient Health Care Network focused on the intersection of individual psychological ...
Digital national conference on informal caregivers’ challenges
The pandemic created practical difficulties in organizing the annual national caregiver conference as usual, but in retr...
Calls for more international research collaboration
Professor Stephen Billett from Griffith University Australia, is involved in several of SHARE – Centre for Resilience in...
The 6th International Conference on Youth Mental Health
All 10 Co-Researchers and two Researchers from SHARE attended the international youth mental health conference in Copenh...
Gathers international researchers at the University of Stavanger
SHARE – Center for Resilience in Healthcare is hosting an international quality and safety in healthcare seminar at Ydal...
UiS researchers carry out project for the Norwegian Board of Health Supervision
Sina Furnes Øyri and Inger Johanne Bergerød have been awarded a contract research project on a nationwide supervision of...
Successful all-digital symposium for SHARE
SHARE at UiS arranged a fully digital international symposium for early career research at the end of November.