Just recently, Forte, a government agency under the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, allocated funds to research projects within the frame of Forte’s annual open call for applications and within the call for applications Applied welfare research. At Linnaeus University, three researchers have been granted a total of SEK 8 million for their research projects.
Within Forte’s annual open call for applications, the following researchers have now been granted funds:
Viktor Kaldo, professor at the Department of Psychology, has been granted a project grant of SEK 4.97 million for the project “En kluster-randomiserad utvärdering av en klassrumsbaserad intervention för at minska lågstadielärares arbetsrelaterade stress”.
Mikael Dahlberg, senior lecturer at the Department of Pedagogy and Learning, has been granted a project grant of SEK 1.941 million for the project “Utvecklingsbanor för ungdomar på Maria-mottagningar vid treårs-uppföljning”.
Within Applied welfare research, the following researcher has been granted funds:
Torbjörn Forkby, professor at the Department of Social Work, has been granted SEK 990,000 in planning grant for the project “Connected Children. För en kunskapsbaserad och innovativ prevention”.
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