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21. 9 million SEK awarded child and adolescent mental health research at Jönköping University

Press releases   •   Nov 21, 2018 13:26 UTC

The Swedish Research Council has granted the research unit CHILD at Jönköping University 21.9 million SEK for the research program “Mental health and participation in habilitation services for children and youth with disability”.

Teenagers prefer drinking at home

Teenagers prefer drinking at home

Press releases   •   Feb 26, 2018 07:57 UTC

Teenagers prefer home parties to drinking in outdoor places. In a new PhD thesis, Birgitta Ander explores the arenas of adolescent drunkenness. – Drinking in a home arena allows the teenagers to have increased control, over their own drunkenness and with whom they drink, says Birgitta Ander.

The internationalization of Sweden requires new models for occupational adaptation

The internationalization of Sweden requires new models for occupational adaptation

Press releases   •   Jun 19, 2017 08:54 UTC

Exposed social groups with international background require new models for occupational adaptation. In a thesis from The School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University, occupational therapist Ann Johansson explores how persons in vulnerable life situations can adapt to meet new challenges.

New Dean at School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University

New Dean at School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University

Press releases   •   May 17, 2017 11:45 UTC

​Dennis Larsson has been appointed Dean and Managing Director at the School of Health and Welfare from August 2017.

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​Prosthetic and orthotic service in developing countries

​Prosthetic and orthotic service in developing countries

News   •   Nov 12, 2014 06:54 UTC

How well do prosthetic and orthotic services work in countries characterized by poverty and civil war? Lina Magnusson, who last Friday became the first female Swedish prosthetist/orthotist with a PhD, wrote her dissertation on this topic.

​High family stress can impact a child’s immune system

​High family stress can impact a child’s immune system

News   •   Mar 03, 2014 06:56 UTC

High family stress can lead to the child’s immune system being affected,as a research group at the School of Health Sciences at Jönköping University and the Faculty of Health Sciences at Linköping University in Sweden shows in a study being published in the renowned American periodical Journal of Immunology.

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