Kari Bjerke Batt-Rawden
Background and activities
Key words: Music and health, public health, health promotion, community care, empowerment, social inequality, rehabilitaion, illness, disease; salutogenetic perspectiv. Qualitativ methods; Action research, Grounded theory, Phenomenology, Narratives.
PhD studies at the University of Exeter, England. Title: “Music and Health Promotion; The role and significance of music and musicking in the lives of men and women with long term illnesses”. Batt-Rawden belong the Sociology of the Arts group at Exeter University team: http://www.projects.ex.ac.uk/socarts/ and the Research Group in Health Promotion and Communiy Care at NTNU in Gjøvik in conjunction with Center for Health Promotion Research at NTNU in Trondheim (www.ntnu.no/rchpr). Member of Research group for technology, welfare and innovation (TWI)
- MDV6029 - Health promoting communities focusing on nature-culture perspectives
- FH3107 - Music as an Environmental Intervention and Quality of Care
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2019) 'Singing has empowered, enchanted and enthralled me' -choirs for wellbeing?. Health Promotion International.
- (2018) Tellnes, G., Batt-Rawden, KB and Christie, W. (2018). Nature Culture Health Promotion as Community building. Journal “Herald of the International Academy of Science. #1. Russian Section” (HIAS.RS). http://www.heraldrsias.org/. Herald of the International Academy of Science. Russian Section”. vol. 1 (1).