About the eHealth Institute
The e-Health Institute at Linnaeus University acts for a sound, knowledge-based use of digital technology, well-suited for its purpose, within nursing and care. We work with knowledge on how the digital technology can increase patient participation in nursing and care and make it more secure and sustainable in the long term.
The e-Health Institute is a dynamic, interdisciplinary knowledge and learning environment that offers education and seminars within e-Health. We carry out research and evaluation projects with focus on user and citizen utility. We also offer single-subject courses and a master’s programme in e-Health.
The e-Health Institute has a broad research approach – with focus on the use of medicines and the introduction of digital technology and Big Data – and collaborates with one the foremost research environments at Linnaeus University, Linnaeus University Centre for Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA).
We also run several research and evaluation projects in collaboration with authorities, municipalities, county councils, companies and organizations.
Project: Regional development in welfare technology and e-health services in cooperation (RUVeS) The project RUVeS is managed by the eHealth Institute at Linnaeus university, Sweden, in cooperation wit…
Project: Expecting a child in Arabic and Swedish! Norm-critical innovative design for interactive antenatal care Funding organisation: VINNOVA
Information Institute (iInstitute) The information field, or the iField, resorts to interdisciplinary approaches to enrich and facilitate generation, transfer and curation of data, information, and kno…
Platform eHealth A strategic platform for eHealth at Linnaeus University that will contribute to collaboration and increased knowledge exchange. Within the platform, researchers from many different fie…
- Researchers at Linnaeus University have developed health services that facilitate communication between healthcare providers and patients News
eHealth – Improved Data to and from Patients The research in the eHealth area within Linnaeus University Centre for Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA) will result in novel ways for systema…
- Anna-Lena Nilsson Project manager
- Clara Axelsson Project manager
- Göran Petersson Senior professor
- Jean Stevenson-Ågren Senior lecturer
- Lena Fossdal Finnas Administrator
- Lina Hellström Phd
- Lina Nilsson Senior lecturer
- Malin Johansson Östbring DOCTORAL STUDENT
- Nils Schönström
- Ola Nordqvist Doctoral student
- Olof Björneld Doctoral student
- Sandra Hedberg Faculty coordinator
- Stefan Lagrosen Professor
- Tora Hammar Senior lecturer