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Centre for Culture and Health

The Centre for Culture and Health works on a broad basis within the area of culture and health. We launch and support various forms of research, education and evaluation on the theme of culture and health. We also compile and provide interdisciplinary competence for specific tasks, both within and outside academia.

The purpose of the Centre is to:

  • stimulate efforts within both research and education in order to shed light on the relationship between culture and health.
  • particularly stimulate cooperation between various researchers and disciplines, as well as between academia and society.
  • support the work with seeking financiers of research within the field of culture and health in close cooperation with the university's research advisors.
  • support the dissemination of knowledge of the development of the research field through various activities.

With our website we wish to spread information, knowledge and experience within the area – aimed towards those of you who are researching or working with health issues or are simply part of the interested public. Here you can read about The Centre For Culture and Health, projects and profiles of researchers at the University of Gothenburg. Moreover, the web site provides a broad overview of the research field and current news, both from a global and from a national perspective.

We explain the concepts.

What is Culture and Health?

We explain the concepts.

We give strategic support to interesting initiatives within the research area of culture and health.

A question for the parliament

Culture and health is a hot topic.

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A spider in the web

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Page Manager: Lovisa Aijmer|Last update: 3/18/2013

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