- Erik Olsson nominated for STINT’s scholarship program Teaching Sabbatical 2020-09-21
- Article published in JMIR 2020-09-18
- Article published in BMJ Open 2020-09-14
- Article published in European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care 2020-09-10
- Article published in Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020-08-17
U-CARE Seminar Series: Myocardial Infarction and Mild Cognitive Impairment – a qualitative study, Thea Liljeroos
U-CARE Seminar Series: Gender bias in academia: Much ado (about nothing), Joanne Woodford
U-CARE Seminar Series: On contextual differences in the implementation of patients' access to the journal / open notes in the US and Sweden, Maria Hägglund
Welcome to register your interest to participate in the project ENGAGE
Are you a parent of a child previously treated for cancer? Do you feel like you need support in order to feel better? We in the U-CARE group at Uppsala University are currently working on a research project in which parents are invited to participate in a feasibility study of a web-based self-help programme. We have developed the programme together with parents of children previously treated for cancer. We among other things investigate whether parents want to use the programme and whether they find it helpful. Professor Louise von Essen is the principal investigator and the project is supported by the Swedish Cancer Society, the Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund.
If you are interested in participating or would like to know more, visit www.u-care.se/Engage, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 018-471 65 77. Register to the project at www.u-care.se/Engage, recruitment code: [UCR1]. Please note that you can participate in the project only if you understand written Swedish.
If you are interested in conducting research over the internet, it is possible to use the U-CARE-portal. The Portal is an internet-based platform that has been developed within the interdisciplinary research programme U-CARE. Via the Portal, both experimental and observational studies can be performed. For example, interventions such as self-help programmes can be delivered and evaluated here.
To make use of the knowledge and experiences of the public, we invite people to participate in our new citizen panel U-CARE IDEA (Involving, Democratic and Experience-based research).
Presentation of U-CARE
EIT Health - Innovation Game
Patient and public involvement
Presentation av U-CARE inför Almedalsveckan 2013
EIT Health at Uppsala University - Blodomloppet