Are you curious about research in medicine and health? If so, you might be interested in this fall’s course from KBT and AFFU.
The course is aimed at those who would like to qualify themselves in research and user involvement. No prior knowledge is required to participate, but you may well be engaged in an organization and have a wish to become a co-researcher in a project.
The topics will include:
What constitutes good knowledge on mental health?
What demands should be made of researchers.
What is bias in research?
How to read and evaluate research articles – what are good research questions?
How and where to find good and trustworthy articles.
How user experiences contribute to quality in research, and how to promote this in research and evaluation.
The second day you will be encouraged to present a project you would like to explore further.
AFFU hosts two nights on the topic of research. On the third night, KBT will present their experiences from their work with promoting user experiences in research and evaluation. As a whole, the course will provide insight into medicine, health and user experience.
The course will takes place in autumn, and over Christmas:
November 22 12:00 – 15:30
December 1 12:00 – 15:30
January 10 12:00 – 15:30
There are 12 slots left.
Contact Heidi Westerlund on firstname.lastname@example.org or 406 05 996 for a noncommittal conversation if you would like to sign up, or just to know more about the course.
TEXT AND PHOTO: Heidi Westerlund
TRANSLATION: Lasse Barr