Stikkord: CHPR

  • An ICHW Interview with Dr. Siw Tone Innstrand

    In the new ICHW interview, Dr. Siw Tone Innstrand talks about her research on healthy workplaces and the exciting project between NTNU Center for Health Promotion research (CHPR) and UC Berkeley Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces (ICHW) on: Understanding Healthy Workplaces: Cross-Cultural Comparisons between Norway and the United States. The full interview can be found here.

  • Visit to the National University of Singapore

    In November members of the Center visited a research group working at Alice Lee Center for Nursing Studies Young Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. The Center presented a range of different research projects, one of them was `Health promotion worthwhile? – Reorienting community health care services`  

  • Professor Geir Arild Espnes was awarded Folkehelseprisen

    Congratulations to Professor Geir Arild Espnes who was awarded the public health prize/ «Folkehelseprisen». The award jury panel states: Geir Arild Espnes has contributed significantly to putting public health on the agenda, both nationally and internationally. He has been involved in research, teaching, lectures, project development and networking to promote public health. In 2009 he founded…

  • Healthy Workplaces Core Researchers Awarded the 2018 Peder Sather Grant Program

    Dr. Christina Maslach and Dr. Siw Tone Innstrand have been granted the 2018 Peder Sather Grant Program Awards for their research project, Understanding Healthy Workplaces: Cross-Cultural Comparisons between Norway and the United States. The Peder Sather Center is dedicated to fostering and developing international research and educational collaboration between UC Berkeley and Norwegian academic institutions.…

  • New Stipendiat Position

    The Centers Kjersti Grønning has been awarded a PhD-stipendiat position from The Norwegian Nursing Association (Norsk Sykepleierforbund) to run the project «Insights into improving evidence-based-practice in health care services: involving undergraduate nursing students in clinical research settings (INSIGHT)». Congratulations! The project is based on a previous research application by Kjersti, Beate André and Geir Arild Espnes.…