Division of Occupational Therapy
Christmas and New Year's Greetings from the Division of Occupational Therapy!
Here is a Christmas and New Year's greeting from all of us at the Division of Occupational Therapy!
KI's press department writes about the World Occupational Science Conference (WOSC) 2022
The inaugural World Occupational Science Conference (WOSC) took place August 18-20, 2022 in Vancouver, Canada. Read the press department's description of the event, where several of the department co-workers who participated in the conference also take part.
Forte funds Lena Rosenberg's Everyday Matters project
Lena Rosenberg, research group leader for the interdisciplinary research group Everyday Matters at the department of occupational therapy, receives SEK 4,979,000 in project grants for "Understanding the relationships connecting everyday life, care, and the physical environment in nursing homes – a new collaborative framework".
Interview on the topic of Stroke rehabilitation with Susanne Guidetti (in the journal Medicinsk Vetenskap)
On behalf of the journal Medicinsk Vetenskap, chief editor Cecilia Odling interviews Susanne Guidetti on the topic of making a difference for stroke-affected people in their everyday lives.
Global University Day
The International Comittée at NVS invites all students and staff from the study programmes in nursing, occupational therapy and physiotherapy at the department to an event which will focus on internationalization at home and study options abroad.
Debate article (in Swedish) in Dagens Medicin
In the article, Lena Rosenberg, Margarita Mondaca and Lena Borell react to a report by SBU on nature-based initiatives in special housing, so-called "indoor green interventions".
How do you develop and evaluate interventions with a focus on the elderly with impaired cognitive ability?
Lena Rosenberg and Charlotta Thunborg participate in a Forte webinar (in Swedish).
Announcement of grant from Ingela Petersson Lies Memorial Fund
Karolinska Institute hereby announces the 2023 grant at the Division of Occupational Therapy, Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (NVS).