New research article from Marianne Kvande et al.
Filming for the PRACTA project
Yesterday 26.10. a movie was made of the large project PRACTA: Promoting
Active Ageing in Public Health Care: Recognizing Patient Psychosocial Needs and Enhancing
Doctor Interpersonal Competencies that the Center is involved in.
After a long day of filming the crew is satisfied.
Left on the picture are the two PRACTA members Mirosława Adamus and Mariusz Jaworski.
Good representation from the Center on the EPH Conference in Milan
The Center had a workshop where the theme was: Health Promotion in everyday settings: The Nordic way.
Here Geir Arild Espnes led the Workshop together with Elisabeth Fosse from the HEMIL-Center in Bergen.
From the Center Unni Karin Moksnes, Siw Tone Innstrand, Marit Christensen, Beate André and Gerd Inger Ringdal had presentations.
In addition Arnhild Myhr (see below) had an electronic poster at the conference.
«International conference: «Children with cancer and their families»
Mary-Elizabeth Bradley Eilertsen participated and presented a poster at the:
- 47th SiOP, Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology, Cape Town, South Africa. 8-11 October, 2015. “Resilience and mental health in parents of children surviving acute lymphoblastic leukemia"
If interested in more information please contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parts of the center will be a central focus area in HIST/new NTNU 2016-2023
"Health in Context" is adopted as one of the central focus areas for research in HIST/New NTNU - with an allocation of 3 million (NOK) every year for the next eight years!
The central focus consists of three research areas: Health Promotion, Activities and Participation, and Mental Health.
The EEA-project: The long-term ill patients return to work by providing ICT skills
where the Center is involved with the Foundation for Society, is progressing. These days, after having done a survey about possibilities for doing the education in ICT for long term patients to strengthen their possibilities to come back to work-life, the social-workers in the program are getting training. The social workers report both positive and challenging, it is positive to be part of such a positive projects, but have been challenging to find places to do the patient training. The patients not only need ICT skills but also need motivational support to start the training. The training program for social workers therefore involve both.
Picture: The Social Workers in the project getting trained in motivational skills.