Clinical Science, Intervention and Technology is the the interface to academic health care. A close partnership between academia and healthcare enables fostering the next generation of professionals in health care and research. The department of clinical science intervention and technology is focused on undergraduate-, and graduate education as well as research. There are 13 units and one section at the department. Each head of division is responsible for undergraduate- and graduate education as well as research. Undergraduate education includes training of audiologists, physicians, speech pathologists and radiographers.
Karolinska Institutet (KI) mission is to improve human health through research and education. Fundamental values as well as an ethical and humanistic approach are core components.
Our values are based on outstanding academic activity where the common goal for both research, training and development is improved health. All activities must be based on the fundamental principles of democracy, social responsibility, ethics, transparency and human equality. All activities should have a patient perspective and meet the requirements of social, ethical and economic sustainability in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki.