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(Re)habilitation – Individuals, Services and Society

The group conducts research in the fields of rehabilitation and children’s habilitation. The service users’ life situation, service delivery and cooperation between users and professionals is a prioritized area.

Rehabilitation is a specialized field that encompasses the individual, service organization, and health policy framework. Our research primarily focus on rehabilitation at the individual and service level.

The research group employs an interdisciplinary approach to (re)habilitation, with a strong emphasis on perspectives from the humanities and social sciences perspectives that allows us to examine dilemmas, challenges, and opportunities within the rehabilitation field.

The group employs a variety of research methods, with a particular emphasis in qualitative approaches, such as in-depth interviews, focus-group interviews, observational studies and document analyses.

The group is affiliated with Faculty of Health Sciences

Head of research group

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