Graduate School of Health Sciences is a unique venture between Luleå University of Technology, Department of Health and Norrbotten County Council, which together plan, implement, fund and control research for medium-care programs.
By jointly developing a joint graduate school, professional development and enhanced joint interoperability skills develop research in health care and rehabilitation. A joint graduate school also helps to create a unique research environment that provides support, structure and context for the student.
The overall objective of the Graduate School of Health Sciences is to create cognitive prerequisites for effective health promotion and health care.
Graduate School of Health Sciences started 2010-02-01 and will last until 2012-12-31
Graduate school two main profile is e-health and diseases and health care. The initiative provides a unique opportunity to develop synergies and enhance research skills in business and patient-oriented research with the following starting points:
1). Need-based research questions;
2). Research in support of accessibility at all levels
3). Research that supports the change in the structure and implementation of results.
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