We have a wide range of ongoing projects. What characterizes them is that they are carried out in co-production with various activities, organizations in the surrounding community locally, nationally and internationally. The interactive research approach is pervasive.

  • Co-design care in the context of sexual violence in Jönköping County (Survive) Collaborative project Region Jönköping County, Municipal Development, the County Administrative Board and HHJ. Helena Kilander is the lead researcher. Part of the the Samskapa programme, funded by Forte and the Region Jönköping County.
  • Cultural diversity in multiprofessional teams in healthcare and patient safety Collaboration between Manuela Schmidt at JA, JIBS, Metodikum and Qulturum. Funded by the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation and Futurum.
  • Data-driven segmentation and patient experience in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) care - a mixed-methods case study. Sofia Persson, Bertil Lindenfalk. In collaboration with Region Jönköping County and researchers from Dartmouth, USA.
  • Digitalisation in rural areas, Djursdala municipality as a testbed for digital development. Marlene Ockander, Bertil Lindenfalk, Sofi Fristedt. Part of the the Samskapa programme, funded by Forte.
  • Forum for Social Innovation Sweden National knowledge platform for social innovation. The JU node is coordinated by Sara Dahlin, Sofie Rotstedt. Funded by JU.
  • Utilized follow-up research of the introduction of an extended home visit program and new ways of working to identify children and families at risk in the child health care, Region Jönköping County. Ann-Christine Andersson, Marie Golsäter. Funded by Region Jönköping County.
  • The EU-funded research project KitNewCare aims to help health and care systems to deliver high-quality, cost-effective, accessible, and sustainable solutions, including technical innovations, to better embrace environmental sustainability and climate-neutrality, with a focus on kidney care. The project operates Trinity College, Dublin and runs from January 2024 to December 2027. It involves of a range of stakeholders including patients, healthcare professionals, NGOs, industry partners, and policymakers from different organizations and Countries around Europe. Ann-Christine Andersson, Boel Andersson Gäre.
  • KK Synergy System for Leadership Development-LDS research programme aimed at developing a systematic approach to leadership development. Sofia Kjellström, Gunilla Avby, Manuela Schmidt and other researchers at JU. Funded by the KK Foundation.
  • Interactive research of a Mobile health team for deaf older adults. Sofi Fristedt, Yashar Mahmud, Sofie Rotstedt. Part of the the Samskapa programme, funded by Forte. Collaborative project with a NGO for deaf persons and persons using sign language, Region Jönköping County, Municipal Development.
  • Re@Home, Evaluation of home rehabilitation for older people; using realist evaluation design. Sofi Fristedt, Marie Ernsth Bravell, and researchers from KI and Luleå University of Technology. Funded by Forte.
  • Region-wide IoT - Internet of Things, knowledge and experience exchange, common long-term IoT solution for the county's municipalities. Andrea Resmini, Bertil Lindenfalk mf. Funded by Vinnova.
  • Samskapa programme research programme on co-production, funded by Forte.
  • Take back the steering wheel. Evaluation of the NTF study circle for older women aimed at safer driving. Sofi Fristedt, Nerrolyn Ramstrand. Funded by Public Health Section, Region Jönköping County.
  • Welfare@Home, Welfare technology challenges from a user perspective. Sofi Fristedt in collaboration with HLK and Lund University. Funded by the Kamprad Family Foundation and Forte.

An important part of Jönköping Academy's research work takes place through the projects run by the doctoral students. Read more about this under Organization and the PhD students presented there.

Photographer: Johan Werner Avby