Division of Occupational Therapy
Dissertation: Emelie Mälstam
Welcome to Emelie Mälstam's upcoming dissertation lecture: Make My Day – Exploring engaging occupations in stroke prevention and promotion of health, December 8th at 09.30.
Forte grant to Staffan Josephsson
Professor Staffan Josephsson at the Division of Occupational Therapy receives SEK 4,810,000 for ”Utvecklande av narrativt baserade praktiker för ökad värdighet och delaktighet inom äldreomsorg”.
Congratulations Hólmfríður Ásbjarnardóttir - occupational therapist student of the year 2023
Hólmfríður Ásbjarnardóttir, student and digital ambassador at KI, has been awarded the Occupational Therapist Student of the Year 2023 award. The award goes to people who have demonstrated the value of occupational therapy in established and new arenas. Note: the news link is only available in Swedish.
Dissertation: Susanne Assander
Welcome to Susanne Assander's upcoming dissertation lecture: Evolving Reablement through Occupational Perspectives and Welfare Technology in Home Care, November 24th at 09.30.
Dissertation: Lisa Herulf Scholander
Welcome to Lisa Herulf Scholander's upcoming dissertation lecture: Narrative relations: resources for meaning-making and person-centred practices in geriatric care, November 10th at 09.30.
Global University Day
The International Comittée at NVS invites you to this year’s Global University Day celebration!
The event is open to all students and staff at NVS and aims to inspire to as well as inform about internationalisation at home and study options abroad.
Half-time review: Cecilia Johnsson
Welcome to the upcoming halftime review of Cecilia Johnsson's doctoral project Make My Day: Evaluation of effects and implementation of an eHealth-supported stroke-prevention program for primary health care, based on participation in health promoting engaging occupations, October 24th at 12.45.
Half-time review: Kajsa Söderhielm
Welcome to the upcoming halftime review of Kajsa Söderhielm's doctoral project F@ce 2.0, implementation and evaluation of person centred, team-based rehabilitation with information and communication technology support for people after stroke, October 23rd at 09.00 AM.
Substantial amounts in FORTE grants to colleagues at the division as well as to affiliated colleagues!
Susanne Guidetti, professor at the division of occupational therapy, receives SEK 23 991 000 in program grants for the project ”Framtidens hälsosamma åldrande- ett program för prevention och interventioner genom god och nära vård som stödjer ett bra vardagligt liv”.
Lena Rosenberg, professor at Jönköping University and affiliated to the the division of occupational therapy, receives SEK 5 000 000 in project grants for the project ”Särskilda boenden som teknologiska habitat – Digital teknik som stöd för medborgerlighet, delaktighet och värdighet för äldre som bor på särskilt boende”.
Halftime review - Anneliese Lilienthal
Welcome to the upcoming halftime review of Anneliese Lilienthal's doctoral project CARE WORKS (Caregiving & Aging Reimagined for Europe – Work fOr Respect, Knowledge, and Sustainability), February 1st at 10.00 AM.
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 division 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.
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).