At the division of Physiotherapy, we conduct education, postgraduate education and research within physiotherapy.
Malin Nygren-Bonnier is new head of division, and Joanna Kvist is new deputy head of division, effective October 1.
Erika Franzén has been appointed vice chair of the Doctoral Education Committee. Read more about the new organization at KI.
Balance training for persons with Parkinson’s disease was found to be value-for-money in a health economic study conducted by Conran Joseph, postdoc in the research group of Erika Franzén.
The Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP), is a membership division of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR). The Awards Ceremony will be held in Chicago, October 20.
uMOVE is a new core facility being developed at NVS, offering a state of the art platform for movement analysis. Erika Franzén is the scientific director.
Lena is awarded in recognition of her many years of contribution to excellent educational leadership in KI's educational activities.
The Work Environment and Health Award has been established to stimulate improvements and innovations relating to efforts in the field of work environment and health. The award was presented to Maria Hagströmer at the KI Work Environment Day, April 27.
The benefits of low-intensity physical activity can be more health beneficial than once thought, according to a study from Karolinska Institutet published in the journal Clinical Epidemiology.
Sweden’s first occupational therapists and physiotherapists with a Master’s in Dementia Care was awarded their diploma in the presence of HM Queen Silvia at a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Stockholm.