Jönköping Academy's seminars are open to anyone who is curious and wants to learn more.

Autumn 2023

Unless otherwise stated below, the meeting is online, please use this link: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/61508363628

September 5, 3.00-5.00 pm

Seminar on Existential health research and practice - the opportunity to coordinate good efforts within different disciplines and in different arenas. Cecilia Melder University College Stockholm and Karin Thörne, Margareta Stenmarker, Micael Edblom from Region Jönköping County.

Highlights from the spring and summer conferences - all JA staff who attended summarize the highlights.

The seminar will be held in Swedish.

September 12, 3.00-4.30 pm

Understand, predict & improve - on measurements and data analysis for business development

Mattias Elg, professor at Linköping University and longtime collaboration with Jönköping Academy.

The seminar will be held in Swedish.

October 3, 3.00-4.30 pm

Mobile home and care team for elderly deaf people - unique project in Sweden

The care team consists of deaf assistant nurses who visit elderly deaf people in their homes. The project aims to improve the health of a target group who often avoid applying for home and care interventions due to communication challenges and the risk of misunderstanding. Åsa Gustavsson, project manager at Jönköpings Läns och Dövas Teckenspråkigas förbund, shares experiences from both the project and the work with academia. Researchers Yashar Mahmud and Sofi Fristedt from Jönköping Academy will share preliminary research results.

The seminar is held in Swedish and will be interpreted in sign language.

Location: The School of Health and Welfare, Ga442 

October 17, 3.00-5.00 pm

Welcome to JA's "jam session" to prepare research applications for upcoming calls. We create application texts that can be adapted to the appropriate call, in areas such as knowledge management, health centers, non-profit public partnerships, how to include the patient/family perspective in the writing process, etc.

Registration no later than 10/10 to sofi.fristedt@ju.se

Ga626 (floor 6) at the School of Health and Welfare

November 7, 3.00-4.00 pm

From district nurse to entrepreneur

Emma Grundström, founder of Evig AB, has developed a reporting support for health and social care organizations. As a district nurse, she saw the need for a better system and took her experience from clinical work with her when she changed career and started her own business. Emma talks about the journey from idea to reality.

The seminar will be held in Swedish.

December 5, 3.00-4.30 pm

JU's work with social innovations - new ways to solve societal challenges.
Sara Dahlin, Sofie Rotstedt mf, Mötesplats Social Innovation at JU.

The seminar will be held in Swedish.

PhD student Patrik Haraldsson presents an article.